Throw yourself back a few years and you may remember Konstantin Achkov’s flat-packed plywood furniture made without glue or screws. He continues his original designs with the Electron Chair and Lese collection made with the same “puzzle principle”. Electron is made out of beech plywood cut with a CNC router. There isn’t a single screw or drop of glue used in the constructions —instead he chose to use pin joints—falling even more to its puzzle-like nature. In addition to the Electron Chair, Achkov has also released the Series “Lese”, which includes a lamp, chair and table/stool design. The trio continues the puzzle theme with jointed legs and bases that fold into each other when packed down. Industrial chic and attention to details, so unique!
This beautiful colorful eclectic duplex located in Paris, France has been recently designed by Sarah Lavoine. The interior is modern, lively, eclectic and refreshing – all these features were achieved with the use of colors. I love how black and turquoise were used in the white background to attract attention – they look so eye-catching and so bold! White color reflects and increases the light that comes through the window. There are many details that you’ll like: rough wooden beams on the ceiling, chic mid-century modern furniture, industrial lamps and accessories. All together, these things look like an integral whole – so harmonious and inviting!
If you are decorating your beach house or just want to add a sea-inspired touch to your interior, a nautical staircase is an ideal variant – not too into your eyes and rather easy to make. Natural worn wood is ideal as it reminds of a deck. You can paint it with blue and white – just some stripes will be great, or maybe dividing the staircase in two contrasting parts – blue and white? Make a brass pipe handrail detail – it feels like you are on a boat! Handrail made from rope looks very original and is so easy to make! Get more inspiring ideas below!
Looking forward to a vacation? Need a holiday badly? There’s a way to relax at home, without leaving your home office. Fuut is a feet hammock by Three Dot studio, it was create for those who spend a lot of time at the desk and need as much comfort as possible. It’s very useful for your health as the strain on the vessels won’t be so strong. The hammock can be easily attached to any table – a desk, a picnic table or a usual one, and you’ll feel a sea breeze and sunlight! Get relaxation during working, it’s possible with Fuut!
Blending the home into landscape? Yes, please! This extraordinary Pierre house by Olson Kundig Architects is carved into stone! It merges with the landscape so well that seems a part of it. The Pierre house has an open plan kitchen, dining and living space, two bathrooms, two bedrooms and an outdoor terrace providing a wonderful view. The interior is modern with traditional touches but what is special about the décor is playing with contrasts. One of the great ideas to preserve the main structure of the site even inside the house was to use raw materials in contrast with the luxurious accents.
Vintage style is very popular and so exquisite! How can one style a vintage ceiling? Here are 3 cool ideas to create one! Anaglypta is a textured and embossed wallpaper, and you can take it in floral and antique, or a pattern that looks like tiles for an antique look. Mixing it with coffers is also a great idea and looks very impressive. There are crown molding designs that are decorative, fitting in with the vintage style, so pay attention to them. A ceiling medallion is a cool way to make a statement, you can place it at the base of a pendant light, chandelier, or vintage ceiling fan, or just on its own. These ideas are perfect for rooms that are 1.5 or double height.
Today there are many popular décor styles: minimalist, Scandinavian, steampunk and some other but if you love classics, if you consider it the best idea for home décor, you’ll be excited about this collection! Storica International furniture collection by Ceccotti consists of real masterpieces of classic furniture design with refined vintage touches. The furniture is made from wood and metal, it boasts of sleek lines, noble wooden shades and attention to every detail; here you’ll find a piece for almost every room. The collection shows the whole beauty and luxury of classic vintage. The designs are so exquisite and eye-catching that I can’t take my eyes off!
Summer is an amazing season, full of sunlight and bold colors, so why not bring some summer touches into the décor? Start from your bedroom as it’s a place where you wake up every morning and you need inspiration for the day. I think that soothing hues of soft peach combined with white and strokes of green create a calm and tranquil ambiance in this summer bedroom. Brass accents add a touch of elegance on the side tables – your mood will raise due to such beauty and elegance! Layers of textiles, embroidered sheets and soft wool blankets for those fresh nights complete the look of this delightful bedroom.
Water is the source of life, it’s so refreshing and so natural in every space! Backyard ponds, fountains and other water bodies that can enliven your patio or garden. If you don’t have enough space to accommodate a pond or you consider making it too difficult, we offer you to decorate your outdoor space with a mini pond. This is an amazing idea for any outdoors, including a front porch or a terrace – it’ll take just little space! The easiest way to make it is to use a container as a base for a pond, and then you can place whatever you like: water plants, flowers, even fish or toads. You can hide the pond in the earth, or decorate it as if it’s antique, or just leave as it is. Get inspired by the examples below!
We’ve already told you of Boxcar Planter by Urbilis – these are stylish planters from solid walnut and white bone accents, ideal for a modern home. I was so happy to find out that the company partnered with 13 artists to turn a set of planters into works of art. They had previously looked awesome and could decorate any modern home but these ones are pearls! The solid wood planters have been modified, painted on and even be-jeweled by artists from all over the United States. Here you’ll find different colors, styles, decorations and patterns – every artist expressed himself or herself in these designs. Enjoy the adorable pics below!
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