Designer Eneida Tavares has created Caruma, a collection of one-of-a-kind vases and containers that combine Angolan basket-weaving and ceramics. These vases and containers are inspired by Tavares’ Angolan roots, as well as the region in which she produces her designs and are made using pine needles named Caruma. Tavares seeks to demonstrate the possibility of a relationship between construction techniques and to create an intercultural dialogue with her work. Starting from colors, textures, artisan techniques, gestures and habits of daily life as input to recreate a new landscape through objects and experiences. The mix of shapes, textures and natural materials is so incredible and eye-catching, that these vases will be in the highlight in every space.
There’s always a certain pleasure that can be derived from looking into the private homes of artists and designers, as we actually get to see how they choose to live and how their creativity unfolds. Not surprisingly, the private residence of eclectic and multitalented London-based interior designer Danielle Moudaber is a riot of unusual shapes and objects, all set against a dramatic backdrop of soothing blue walls and swirling white decorations. Reminiscent perhaps of the palace of some fantastical King of the sea, Danielle Moudaber ’s apartment was designed, as she says, to ‘sooth her soul’ and remind her of the endless blue of the Mediterranean as seen from a seaside terrace. Get inspired by the design masterpiece below!
A sunroom is the most actual thing right now when it’s not too cold and not too warm yet, enjoying the sunlight in this transitional season is a must. If you have some space, organize a small sunroom or a sun corner, and even this small space will give you a lot of joy. How can you organize it? Just put some seating of your choice – a small sofa, an armchair or some chairs and add a coffee table to put your book and your favorite cup on it. Add cozy textiles to make the sunroom feel comfier: lace curtains, a rug and a couple of soft pillows is right what you need. Get inspired by the ideas below and organize your own sun corner!
Sea Glass is a new collection of handcrafted mosaic. Created by Sara Baldwin for New Ravenna, Sea Glass is inspired by walks along the Eastern Shore of Virginia, where Baldwin would find pieces of glass “smoothed by years of waves and sand.” The eight patterns depict natural elements, as well as ornamental motifs. Aurelia, Chinoiserie, Folia, and Plum Blossom are florals, each with its own style and scale. Chinoiserie of course has an oriental flavor, with intricate trees, flowers, and birds. Folia is simpler, a decidedly delicate pattern with sinuous lines. Dune, Clouds, and Tempest use small rectangular pieces to simulate their namesakes. All Sea Glass mosaic is custom created to size each installation; the designs come in over 70 glass colors.
An old factory on the Copenhagen docks was converted into a stunning four hundred square meters loft, where the natural light is the heart of the interior design. The space layout was arranged following the progression of the sunlight that comes in through its thirty-four windows. The color scheme was also chosen to match the mood of the natural light at certain times of the day in the different areas of the loft. There are no partitions either to obstacle the flow of natural light, only a wall that separates bedroom and bathroom. The owners have carefully selected iconic pieces of twentieth-century design and works of contemporary art to decorate the loft with an exquisite taste.
Stripes are timeless for everything, beginning from your outfit and to your home décor, that’s why today we’d like to tell you about cool striped home décor ideas. How can you rock them in your interiors? Stripes are suitable everywhere: on the walls, on the floors and on the ceilings; it’s usually a black and white combo but you can also go for any of your favorite shades: gold, blush, blue, green and so on. Striped furniture is also a great thing and you can easily DIY it; textiles and accessories will look awesome and can be made yourself. Striped things mix very well with bright colors and other patterns, so go use stripes in your home!
Forget all the old homes and pet beds! PETMONSTER is a ludic approach to the pet-house that takes ergonomics, functionality, aesthetics, material &manufacturing process into consideration for a happier, healthier Fluffy & Fido. An integrated motion sensor and smart app connectivity give owners updates and peace of mind when they’re away. With antennae, atomic legs, vibrant colors, silly shapes and an overall funky retro aesthetic, they’re a playful, smart alternative to the commonly drab dog and cat houses out there! This is really a super modern, almost futuristic house for your pet, a new word in pet-friendly designs!
Fresh and cozy bachelorette oasis in downtown Los Angeles was renovated for a young graphic designer/shoe designer who bought it as her first home. The 1100-square-foot studio has a wall of windows keeping the space light and bright. The fresh color palette centers around crisp white, soft mint green, light treys, and natural woods, which help infuse personality without overwhelming the space. A bold, patterned rug anchors the living room, which has a sectional sofa and a coffee table from West Elm that adjusts to table height so you can eat in front of the TV. Efficient storage, smart zoning and vivacious décor make this home an ideal one for the young owner.
Are you a passionate cycler? Then perhaps you faced the question of storing your bike many times. Here are some cool and convenient ideas to store your bike without spoiling the interior.
- Attach it to a frame hanging on the wall. This is a perfect idea for Scandi and minimalist interiors that aren’t overloaded with furniture and decorations.
- Attach close to the ceiling. It’s awesome if you don’t have enough space even on the walls – looks very creative!
- Put it on the holder. If you have several bikes, it’s an ideal solution but of course you’ll need some free space.
- Attach it using one of the wheels. That’s a cool idea for a long and narrow space, you can place the bike vertically, for example, in the corner.
Get more creative ideas and examples below!
Remember we told you about cool geometric ideas for home décor? These tiles are exactly for those who have chosen such décor. Imagined by Austrian designers Patrycja Domanska and Tanja Lightfoot, these hexagonal concrete tiles named Edgy have captured our attention with a blend of versatility, simplicity and elegance. Versatile in style, color and placement, the hexagonal concrete tiles can cover a whole wall, decorating different areas or punctuating design lines along walls and across rooms. These new, modern and versatile concrete tiles have a three-dimensional asymmetry that makes them pop out; there are two different tile types: one is three dimensional, the other two and half dimensional. Whether you use them inside or outdoors, these decorative modern cement tiles allow you to construct a multitude of patterns and designs based on a hexagonal base model.
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