Colors raise the mood, make the space lively and cheerful. This crazy colorful house is located in Great Britain, and the interior is nothing of a traditional one. The owner is a young Englishman who likes passionate colors, so he showed his personality is every room of this house. The calm-colored walls became a great background for bold pieces. I love shabby chic furniture pieces in different colors and pop art wall pieces that really make the house a colorful paradise. Every room of the house looks bold and relaxed, even the home office with a shabby chic mint desk. Get inspired by the crazy yet chic mixes of colors and enjoy!
Attic spaces are considered to be difficult to decorate due to the roofs of various shapes. But the challenge is accepted! Let’s look at some examples of attic bathroom décor that use every inch space at maximum and look very stylish and elegant. The main secret is to put your bathtub, shower cabin or storage under the lowest part of the roof as you don’t need height to relax in the bathtub or store the towels and other bathroom stuff. All the other pieces can be put in the rest of space as you like it and as it looks practical for you. Below you’ll find some ideas to do that in the best way, enjoy and get inspired!
Andreu Carulla shows the essence of a spiritual place with Bernardes Bench created for a former convent, Les Bernardes Cultural Center, that needed special seating for their many events. This is a Beech wood, handicraft wickerwork bench that “captures the austerity and discretion attached to a religious convent’s ambiance and translates it into a seat, while making it comfortable as well.” Its appearance is lightweight but the materials make it robust and enduring. Such a seating is great not only for a religious place but also for your space – both indoors and outdoors, due to the durable materials and modern design.
Located in Milan, Italy, Casa con Dependance by Disegnoinopera is a modern residence with a casual yet sophisticated design and décor. There are no dead spaces here, and every little area has a function. The interior is modern and eye-catching, with simple yet beautiful details. The sitting area is a very organized space, where everything has a designated place, including the TV. A tiny dining area is tucked in the corner of the room and features an eye-catching chandelier with a modern-industrial appeal. The bedroom has a very relaxing and intimate feel, with an earthy, neutral color palette, long curtains, a chic chandelier and glass doors that open onto a beautiful terrace. What a cool example of modern designs!
Summer is time of bright colors, add some to your interior! Neon shades are very modern, cool and bring freshness to any space, and in winter when you miss bright hues, they will raise your mood. Implement neon carefully and with taste into your interior, don’t be excessive. A neutral space with several bright neon splashes will look fantastic, whatever you take: a neon chair, shelf, lamp, painting, or even the whole wall or door. An unusual solution for a bathroom is a neon bathtub or sink, it looks very eye-catching. Dip into the gallery below and rock cool neon hues!
Perpetual movement in a stable furniture piece? It’s real with the Misfits Sofa System by Moroso! Designer Ron Arad experimented with the possibilities of physical dynamism when designing it. In what seems like a drift away from the typical static sofa set structure, Arad’s creation is designed to evoke a gracefully continuous motion. The Misfits Sofa System consists of five wool-covered modules—three seats with a backrest and two low-lying ottomans. Set on a metal frame, it features sinuous heat-resistant polyurethane foam padding which tightly hugs each swaying curve of the frame’s silhouette. Each unit that makes up this sofa system can be altered, rearranged, and modified in an almost unlimited array of arrangements for optimal comfort.
The Cube House by AR Architects is a great example of how a cool house can be built on a long and narrow lot. The long concrete bench that runs the length of the house and then continues into the exterior courtyard is my favorite part of this clever house. This bench also plays the role of a seat and a storage – so comfy and practical! The way the home opens to the exterior makes this smaller house bigger, expanding its living space. The interior is rather modern and simple: neutral colors, mostly white, not much furniture not to clutter the space.
Graffiti for home décor? Unexpected! Modern and industrial design can really welcome such solutions – just a statement wall in your room. The theme and colors of this graffiti can be any that you like – from a giant panther to something pop art like. The colors are often very bold and contrasting because a statement wall should attract attention. Such a decoration looks good on brick walls, in a skater’s home, in teenager rooms. The best place for it is a living room but a graffiti is also suitable for almost any space, from a kitchen to a bedroom. Would you dare to design such a wall?
When I first saw this lamp in black, I thought ‘wow’! The design is very stylish, eye-catching and cool! Designer Jonathan Dorthe created this Black Penta Lamp, and it’s a new wrinkle to suspension luminaires. Five bends form the pentagonal silhouette that gives the piece its name, while the look was inspired by the formal simplicity and artistic execution of the art of origami. The material chosen by Dorthe to effect this manipulation is simple black matte acrylic—resilient enough to undergo the requisite bends, attractive enough to draw admiration, elusive enough to proffer a bit of mystery. The sides are perforated, which allow the light to escape in a diffuse pattern.
This small Parisian loft belongs to a girl, and she designed it herself. The style is modern, with light touches of shabby chic and industrial. The design completely reflects the personality of the owner, she likes personalized and unique things, that’s why she brought an unusual bookcase, a knitted pouf and many other peculiar things. Big windows and white walls could have looked too cold but the details she added made the atmosphere warm and cozy. The interior is mostly open-plan, and the zones are divided with the help of a bar counter, various floor décor and so on. I like the simplicity of the bedroom design with its calm green and purple touches – so fresh, so girlish! Get inspired!
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