The new LOFT kitchen by Snadeiro proposes an interesting concept. The furniture was designed with raw, natural materials and worn finishes and, as such, has a strong industrial personality. Elements such as metal accents oxidized by time, big shelves and rustic wood features are resurfaced here in a design with urban appeal and with an overall look that’s rough but elegant. Wood, metal and glass are combined in various ways, resulting in a design that stands out with its original and contrasting personality. The aged effect is particularly noticeable in the case of the metal structures but also on the laminated wood elements. The LOFT kitchen only includes the essentials and this makes it really practical and space-efficient.
This small Swedish apartment is harmonious both in its subtle color scheme and its running motif, it’s a perfect example of Scandinavian décor. Neutral, simple, cozy and very inviting – that’s what I can say about this home. Lots of white and natural wood of light shade make this apartment light and comfy, and as it’s the home of a musician, you can see a clever use of music instruments as décor, it is both playful and practical. The furniture is very simple and cozy, only the big armchair stands out, there’s a lot of greenery that makes the home feel fresh and lively. Enjoy the beauty of simplicity looking at the pics!
Minimalism is a super trendy and cool style for decorating any space, it means seeing beauty in strict and clear lines and angles. Today I’m going to show you once more how beautiful this style may be, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy these minimal dining rooms and zones. Start from decorating in truly minimalist colors like black, grey and white, and add bright accents if you want. Not to get a boring space, play with textures and materials: there are a lot of super modern surfaces to try, and of course concrete and wood. If you feel not cozy enough, add some touches of other styles like mid-century to achieve a comfy look. Get inspired by the ideas below!
Designer Ana Arana presents a kitchen concept called Gali, which is an unbelievably compact kitchen with a sink, a fridge, a cooker surface, a cutting board and a dining table. This is the best solution for small spaces, so amazing for small apartments! Today we don’t need any special place to eat food, we can do it everywhere but cooking food still requires some special place and appliances, that’s why Gali is a great solution for those who don’t want to waste a lot of space for that or just cook seldom. Gali will allow you to save a lot of space while having everything necessary at hand in case you feel inspired to cook some masterpiece. The kitchen consists of four modules that can be easily disassembled and packed if you want to move.
Architect Anne Sophie Goneau remodeled this 130-year-old flat saving the original architectural features and creating an absolutely new space in minimalist style with industrial touches. She highlighted the red brick wall in the living room by leaving it bare and protecting it behind museum-quality glass. The steel beam original to the building was left exposed but toned down with gray, flame-proof paint. It runs the length of the flat, delimiting the passage area. A radiant hot water heating system was installed under a new concrete floor slab above the old foundation. An original hemlock wood wall clads the corridor leading to the bathroom. This apartment is a nice example of creating a cool modern space preserving eye-catching old features.
I continue spoiling you with minimalist eye-candies, and today the article is about minimalist bedrooms. Minimalism isn’t really popular for bedroom décor, and today I’ll reassure you and show you how cool this style is. Light grey and white will make your bedroom more spacious, black accents will become a perfect contrast. Concrete is a typically minimalist material perfect for any space décor, if you feel that it’s too rough for a bedroom, go for natural wood. Maximize the light, especially natural, add truly minimalist furniture, try a platform instead of a bed. Look at the cool examples below and get inspired by perfect minimalist lines!
It’s so great to stay outdoors, the weather is amazing! Puzzling over how to renovate your terrace or patio? We offer you to do that in cool minimalist style because it’s clean and very trendy. Go for clean and strict lines, concrete and stone surfaces and laconic furniture. If you want some warmth, you can also decorate your deck or terrace with wood, or put some wooden furniture and pillows. Glass is also a very minimalist material, so don’t hesitate to use it for décor. Minimalist water bodies and fountains are an amazing addition to such outdoor spaces. Get inspired by the stylish ideas below!
As part of their residency at Bold Machines, Sebastian Misiurek and Arianna Lebed of Simplus Design created SuperMod, a modular wall system that has been 3D printed. This system creates a versatile aggregation of storage that is equal parts function and beauty. The wall fluctuates between different sized modules to accommodate various types of storage needs, making it an ideal place for your favorite books, plants, spirits and more. SuperMod makes an excellent partition, that can divide space or stand on it’s own to enhance it. Individual modules can be detached and swapped out to create more or less porosity and achieve different levels of visibility through the piece.
A 1840s red-brick facade in the heart of Manhattan hides behind its walls a beautiful family home full of contrasts. The house blends a classic style with contemporary pieces of modern art and a subtle industrial vibe: an eclectic multicolor sitting area is followed by a sophisticated master bedroom and ensuite, decorated with antiques and a soft neutral color palette. The large basement that opens out to the garden was converted into a family room and a spacious kitchen. I like how numerous bold pieces that make the interiors vivacious and more cheerful. This house is a perfect example of a well balanced eclecticism with big doses of glamour and sophistication.
Super realistic looking 3D epoxy floors will turn your bathroom or toilet into an exciting outdoor space and thrill you! Imperial, a company from Dubai, has cornered the 3D floor design market for now, but this product is too popular to remain exclusive for long. According to Imperial, liquid 3D floors are a recent innovation first used in hotels, offices, and shopping centers. However, they insist it’s a misconception that decorative screed can only be used in the bathroom or toilet – in fact, 3D floors are suitable for any room. Enjoy some jaw-dropping example of 3D flooring, if you dare!
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