This stunning black and white bathroom with a retro vibe is a nice example of how a classic space could look. Every detail here is super stylish and looks amazing: white tiles on the walls and white ceiling are complemented with black and white floor with a stylish pattern. I especially love the appliances – they are all retro and look amazingly elegant. The shower cabin is fantastic – though it’s a very modern thing in itself, it looks vintage and the gilded frame is fabulous. The storage and furniture are done in dark colors to continue the décor theme and they don’t clutter the space. This bathroom décor leaves a lasting impression of a gorgeous retro space decorated with a perfect taste.
This modern home in Vancouver is a stunner, it looks amazing not only outside but also inside. The architecture is pretty modern and minimalist with those concrete parts, and weathered wood finish looks rustic. The almost full glass back side of the house makes for a nice view. The interiors are modern with lots of bright accents that catch the eye. I love the extensive use of wood inside: several walls are covered with various types and shades of wood, and it looks stunning and natural-like. Trendy geometric and marble decorations are very beautifully used in décor; the views are amazing thanks to the glass wall in the back. The home is very lively and dynamic, there are lots of décor ideas to steal, so get your pin button ready!
Everyone loves Christmas! Every year we gather, decorate our homes, trees, cook amazing dinner and warm up together, and you can make your Christmas even cozier and warmer decorating it grey. Grey isn’t a boring color as many of us used to think – no! It can bring coziness and rustic vibe or minimalist chic – it depends on the decorations you prefer. Rock beautiful grey stone and concrete for a minimalist feeling; try grey wood, fur, knitted and crocheted pieces, and they will give your space a stunning warming up atmosphere. Try a grey tree, ornaments, candleholders and various décor pieces and add a silver sparkle – let your Christmas shine!
Three first things that come to my mind when I see the Mesa Kitchen by Schiffini are clean lines, sleek surfaces, and minimalist details. This kitchen is not only the heart of the home but also its soul, it’s a place to experiment, live, and indulge. It displays new methods of using materials like wood and stainless steel with closed cabinets for storing your kitchen equipment and it will help you to maintain a clutter-free kitchen. With a fresh design that redefines spaces to create continuity between kitchens and living areas, Mesa is a kitchen you will love. It is the essence of modern design and is ideal for every taste and preference.
This apartment belongs to Finish designer Joanna Laajisto and her photographer husband Mikko Ryhänen, and this is Scandinavian decor at its finest. This This 1928 remodeled space is beautifully restrained and bathed in white, and it’s a gorgeous example of a Nordic interior with a mid-century modern vibe. The color scheme is kept very simple: black, grey and white with natural wood. Here every detail and piece is aimed at something: though the interior is white, there are pretty wooden furniture pieces and a fluffy carpet to make it look cozier and more inviting. I love the accents made with art works, photos and mirrors on the walls – so simple but so great! What a perfect Scandi space!
Wall murals make any interior look stunning and create special atmosphere in the room depending on their theme and style. If you are after natural look photorealistic murals are the way to go. Natural landscapes, people, city scapes and other pictures are available in the photorealistic wall murals and wallpaper. Wallpaper murals come in various designs as well as materials. They can be used to decorate all of the walls in the room depicting various scenes or gardens and animals. It’s a great way to decorate kid’s room and create a special atmosphere in other rooms. We’ve rounded up for you some of the most breathtaking wall murals, enjoy and get inspired!
What makes furniture especially chic is simplicity with a couple of eye-catching details and no excessive touches. And that’s exactly what comes to mind when you see the new Y furniture collection by Kutarq! The collection consists of three products: Y Side Table, Console Y and Bedside Cube, and in every piece geometric steel rods embrace solid wood surfaces. The Y shaped metal frame gives a touch of originality to the versatile Console Y. Y side table retains the signature of the Y shaped steel rod frame and the solid oak surfaces have been sanded giving it a smoother aspect. The bedside Cube combines a colored squared low table and a solid oak cube that looks trapped by the table. This collection will be an ideal complement to any modern interior.
Do you like vintage homes? If you do, then you’ll be excited about this whimsy family home, built in 1950 and renovated by interior stylist Anne-Marie Frazer and her husband Klaas-Jan, a cabinet maker. Hand-crafted decor with vintage pieces that the owners restored accomplish a very personal and charming home, full of character. The playful interiors, decorated in a soft pastel palette, are creative and whimsical, while keeping a great laid-back feel inside this low-maintenance family home. Even the accents here are very soft and sweet; lots of light and adorable vintage and shabby furniture create a very cozy and inviting atmosphere – ideal both for kids and adults.
Thanksgiving is not far, and it’s high time that we thought of some cool decorations. We’ve rounded up some easy and very cozy ideas for porch décor that won’t take much time to realize yet are very cool. You can easily turn your porch into a sweet rustic space putting some hay and pretty pumpkins and gourds onto the porch. Put the pumpkins onto old barrels or right onto the floors and steps to achieve that cottage look. Candle lanterns and lanterns full of pumpkins will look amazing, stylish and glass will them from bad weather conditions. Put a rockie with pillows and blankets and enjoy fall!
Can a clock become a focal point and accentuate your interior? Yes, sure! Especially, if it’s the block Clock by Cincinatti studio Such + Such. Block Clocks are designed and carved from locally found hardwoods – North American Black Walnut and North American Hard Maple. Produced in Cincinnati, the Block Clocks are an exploration of both traditional craft and digital manufacturing. Each clock is individually numbered and offered in locally found hard woods; driven by a battery powered Quartz movement. I love the geometric design of the clocks, they look kind of futuristic, especially with those hands on the sides. Such a piece will really make a statement in any modern interior.
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