Pandora sideboard by Pedro Sousa stands out for the functional character and for the touch of vibrant colors. It assumes itself as a piece, the main function of which is storage, presenting several compartments of different sizes and formats that adapt to the daily needs of the user. In 100% solid oak, this sideboard has four drawers, two doors and one box, giving the possibility of changing the position and adapt the function. The exterior of this exclusive piece is presented in natural solid oak with touches of vibrant color in matt lacquered MDF that can be customized according to the taste of the client. The straight lines mark the sideboard that stands out for its dynamic details, making it a great piece for any residential or commercial environment.
Located on the shore of the Gate Lake, on a slightly sloping land of almost 80 000 pi2, this cottage by architect Eric Joseph Tremblay is located near the border of a mature cedar wooded area with inclined majestic trunks. The cottage’s exterior covering is made of stones and cedar, natural and site specific materials, the roofs follow the site’s slope in order to minimize the volume and harmonize its integration in the landscape. The interior of the chalet looks very fresh and nature-inspired: beige, grey, green and light-colored natural wood seem to continue the landscape outside, and mid-century modern furniture makes the space cozier and more inviting.
The festive décor theme is to be continued! Today we’ll talk about Christmas front door décor – I know that many of you are looking for fresh Christmas ideas already. Make your front door cute with a wreath snowman, faux colorful gifts, small fir trees, cool frames with ornaments and even deer and fairy-tale creatures! Use the traditional red, silver, gold and green to make your front door sparkle! If you aren’t ready for this and want something more natural, use pinecones and acorns, fir tree wreaths and bells for your decorations. Below we have some ideas to show you how to make your front door really Christmas-like, enjoy and get inspired!
Cristina Bulat has designed The Unbutton Collection, a sideboard and two bedside tables, that were inspired by the clothes of Pin-Up models. The Unbutton Collection represents the harmonious meeting between the Scandinavian Design, characterized by clear forms and natural finishes, with the influences of the Pin-Up culture. The drawers are made of solid oak wood with linden veneer on the top face. The Unbutton Collection will be soon launched on the market and will be available almost all of the RAL palette of colors. The furniture is so whimsy and playful, it will add fun and humor to your space.
Olympia Ceramica reinvents the bathroom furniture and appliances by offering an innovative unexpected approach with My Bag. Why is it called so? Because My Bag is a combination between a bag, a sink and plenty of storage, it’s a washbasin that folds into a single easily transportable case. Clever and colorful, this system stands on a base made of raw wood that contrasts with the rest of this creation. Inside this box, the valve can be folded to hide in this amazing case. The basin is accessorized to suit many configurations, it can receive a soap dispenser, a storage compartment leather, mirror and so on.
Thanksgiving is a wonderful family holiday, and home décor should be cozy and inviting because your family and the closest ones will come to your place. Today we’d like to share some decorations for your front door because it’s one of the first things that your guests will see. Try faux fall leaves, flowers in fall colors, dried herbs, garlands and wreaths – how many you’ll take and what kind they will be is up to you. Distressed signs are extremely trendy now, so you can make one for your entrance; lanterns will bring soft light. Don’t forget that it’s a harvest holiday and use vegetables and fruits for décor, especially pumpkins! Get inspired by the ideas below and make your entrance inviting!
A modern person can hardly live without iPads, iPhones and iPods, and I think that most of use have at least one such thing. Storing them comfortably for users is a very actual problem to discuss, and YOHANN iPad stand is one of the most eye-catching solutions. In a unique combination of high functionality, minimalist design and intuitive use, the YOHANN iPad stand is one of the few to grab attention. Despite being incredibly simple, the single piece props your tablet at 3 different viewing angles in landscape or portrait mode, on any surface or even on your lap. Available in a glassfiber-reinforced polymer covered in white or black piano lacquer finish as well as handcrafted wood versions, this stylish stand is one to add to the iPad’s desirability.
How do you imagine a house for complete relaxation? Dutch bureau 2by4-architects designed this amazing home in Loosdrecht, Holland, right in a lake, on a tiny island. The surrounding nature embraces the house and lamost comes inside due to the lots of glass used in decor. When the weather is fine, the northern part of the house can be opened, and the living room can become a large terrace and deck in one. The wooden part of the façade can also be taken off and the house can become an open space under roof. Thanks to the glass walls in the western and eastern part of the house, it’s always full of light and the panoramic views are stunning!
Two weeks are left before Halloween and it’s high time to get ready for it! Start from outdoor décor, and first of all, have a look at your front porch – it will be the first thing your guests will see! Decorating your front door isn’t ’ difficult task, it requires just some materials and imagination. A door wreath is a popular and simple decoration, available in any store and easy for DIYing it. A couple of spooky garlands, spiders, snakes and witches’ stuff will continue the décor theme. Faux bats, cheesecloth for a spider web, or even a monster instead of your door – let your imagination go wild!
Designed by Katharina Eisenkoeck, the ‘Nomadic’ lamps are inspired by early 20th century travel items such as leather flasks, suitcases and armory. These lamps are modern lanterns that can be carried around and used in a variety of different positions. The lamps’ angled leather handles are made using ‘Cuir Bouilli’ – an ancient method of boiling and shaping leather, and it develops its own unique character, becoming more personal to the user. Made from cast concrete, the three lamps are cordless and can be recharged via an induction charging system built in to an accompanying shelf. The charging system and the light source were developed in collaboration with the Austrian LED research company Lumitech. The light itself can simply be switched on and off through a touch sensor. Genius!
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