Broste Copenhagen is a popular Danish interior brand, whose collections cover home decor objects such as candles and lanterns, tableware, home textiles and other decorative items. Their new 2015 collection is fine combination of pastel colors and natural materials, which is their interpretation of the Scandinavian spring. It’s inspired by the life of a working artist and it gives the feeling of stepping into an artist’s workspace. They teamed up with illustrator and graphic designer Silke Bonde, who has created a collection of posters with handmade prints of watercolor. She found her inspiration in the bright evening of the Nordic summer and the natural, organic shapes.
This minimalist apartment for a family of seven is in the center of Copenhagen. The whole apartment is just 70 meters but it looks very spacious and there’s enough space for everyone. The color scheme is light grey and white to visually expand the space, and there are natural wood touches and black accents. I think that the large eat-in kitchen is the real heart of the apartment: due to smart storage and a functional kitchen island everyone can be accommodated. I love the beautiful stucco decor on the ceilings and the columns that add a refined twist. Though the color scheme is rather cold, warm-colored wood and rugs give the apartment a cozy feel.
Wood crates are a timeless item to have in your home, it gives a light industrial and shabby chic touch to your interior and can be used in so many ways! A wood crate coffee table is a great way to add storage and keep a handy place to set things down on as well. Wood crate bookcases are a great way to create shelving and there are so many ways you can stack them to create the look you are going for. Goodbye are the wicker baskets, in are the crates! This a great storage solutions for blankets, pillows, or just the clutter that happens in the living room. Get more creative ideas below and get inspired!
Koichi Suzuno and Alicja Strzyzynska of Torafu Architects have designed a very original, functional and versatile piece of furniture: it’s a children’s seat that splits in half to reveal a doll house inside. The painted white beech plywood chair splits vertically and hinges open to reveal a small space on each side. The chair’s slanted arms become roof gables, while the divided hollow seat provides four ledges for placing tiny furniture. When split apart down the middle, the chair reveals the shape of a house with a red gable roof. Kids can play with their toys and stow them away with other small objects by shutting the chair closed once playtime is over. I’m sure that your kids will be happy and you’ll save a lot of space!
This hipster house is located in Melbourne and was built by Pleysier Perkins. The house is modern and really stylish, there are no unnecessary details and every touch is a part of the concept. Modern black and white kitchen can boast of warm wooden beams on the ceiling and retro style tiles. The living room is white and one of the walls is glass to get more sunlight and fresh air in; there are several retro touches and some pop art – just like hipsters love! Though the floors are stone, the furniture is cozy and warm to make the space cozier. The same retro tiles as in the kitchen decorate the bathroom, and it looks laconic and cool. That’s how hipsters live in Australia, do you like it?
Though it’s the end of January, I’d say that spring is in the air already. It’s time to think over some super cute spring decorations to welcome the coming season. I offer you to begin from signs – sign are cute, easy to make and there is an incredible amount of ideas to realize. A piece of old fence, a crate or a pallet can become a nice base for the future sign; grab some paint of the color you like and write what you want: some word or quote about spring that you like. If it’s an outdoor decoration, don’t forget the top coat to prevent the sign from spoiling. Add willow, fabric decorations or twigs and voila! Get inspired by the ideas below!
The MM01 by mob rethinks the way a sound system inhabits a space. Aesthetic and functional quality merge, culminating in an active speaker system with tube amplifiers. The active speakers system is a technology where each speaker has an amplifier, optimizing the operation of each transducer, increasing linearity, reducing distortion and losses and avoiding crossover networks. The equipment integrates Bluetooth tech, airplay, two mini plug, and two RCA inputs, making it possible to connect many devices, even a turntable. It’s so perfect for spinning records, in fact, that underneath its marble top is a layer of neoprene for complete sound cushioning!
Amchit Residence in Nahr el Mott, Lebanon by BLANKPAGE Architects is a fantastic example of a home where you can rest merging with nature around. The sprawling three-level oceanfront oasis is constructed of minimalist steel slabs enclosed by glass and wooden decking. The soothing, minimalist palette seen on the home’s exterior is influenced by the natural hues of sand and sea. Soft, neutral-hued furniture and textiles highlight the wood paneled ceilings and steel beams. I’m excited about the master bedroom with the serene oceanfront views. Solid panes of glass provide unobstructed panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and a one can enjoy the view and a cup of coffee outdoors on the private wrap-around balcony. So stunning!
I know that many of you don’t like winter because of its colds, so you are looking forward to spring with its freshness, greenery, sunlight and warmth. That’s why today I decided to dedicate my article to the flower arrangements that you can make to feel spring in the air. Bulbs are an easy way to get a fantastic spring-like decoration – just plant them beforehand and wait, spring will come with the flowers! Willows, lilies of the valley, daffodils, hyacinths, tulips – just put or plant them into a pretty vintage teapot or into a cute tea cup, and voila! There’s nothing more beautiful than spring blooms on your windowsill or mantel, feel the waking up of nature with them!
Do you like skateboarding? If you do, you’ll love this idea by Zanocchi & Starke, Wall Ride, a versatile wall mounted rack, great for those who want to proudly display their skateboard. With Wall Ride the wheels of your skateboard never risk dirtying the walls and the graphic of the shape is always in plain sight. Three hooks and two shelves allow you to hang and host anything else used in everyday life. Making it also useful for those who do not have a skate yet! Furthermore, the same slot used to slide the skate into the rack serves as a handy bottle opener. Leave your cares, open a beer, take your skate and enjoy the ride!
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