Transformable furniture is already a trend because it’s modern, stylish and solves the problem of the lack of space, which is often in our dwellings. This MK1 from Duffy London coffee table is a transformer – from coffee to dining table in seconds! You can choose from Oak, Walnut, Ash or high-grade Birch plywood as well as numerous custom finishes. The coffee table has a complex design, original and eye-catching, while the dining version has completely sleek lines. The table is changed with two simple moves, and voila – you can have a meal! This pretty table is ideal for a small living space!
This residence is a studio and a house in one, is a working and living space for multiple residents. It’s called Atelierhouse Residence by Harry Thaler. The interior is modern and kind of minimalist, with white walls and ceilings, every corner is full of light. To continue the style Harry Thaler also made the furnishings: warm, clean, easily movable ones in nailed pine and black MDF do the trick. Made for the space, the pieces include a single and double bed that have closable fronts and are set on casters for maximum flexibility. The closet has an exterior of unfinished wood and interior of black-painted MDF. The dining table’s floor lamp has a wood-box base and a frame shaped like industrial piping. Functional and stylish, isn’t it?
Mid-Century modern is an architectural, interior, product and graphic design that generally describes mid-20th century developments in modern design, architecture and urban development from roughly 1933 to 1965. Mid-century style is trendy right now, and many designers create various pieces of furniture inspired by this style. The mid-century chairs are rather bright and original, I think that they are exactly the thing that make the mid-century interiors bright and cheerful. Various patterns and unusual shapes are awesome and attention-attracting, these chairs are really inspiring and look great not only in a mid-century interior but also in a modern one.
Marble and wood are natural materials that are beautiful without any decorations – just because of their textures. This kitchen is made of these two materials and it’s so luxurious though natural-looking. Pure lines and the combination of materials create an impressive kitchen with sculptural touches. The kitchen island combines marble and wood, the marble covers the part around the sink as water could be ruinous for wood. The rest of the furniture is made of dark wood, and there are lots of spaces for storage made in the same luxurious manner. Those for storing glass have LED lights to accentuate the pieces.
Converting industrial spaces into living ones is becoming a trend. This eclectic colorful house in Toronto was a café a century ago, and now – just have a look! The walls are white, and the floors are covered with dark tiles and in some rooms with light wood. Colorful furniture with different patterns and amazing works of art look so well in the background of these walls and floors. I like the fact that some things from the café were left for décor – a large window shop and some appliances that were used for cooking food and drinks, this way they’ve become beautiful and original décor elements.
Cinnamon decorations are not only beautiful but also very aromatic. They are ideal not only for autumn décor but also for winter ones. You can easily decorate your home with cinnamon sticks that will bring the festive spirit and aroma. The easiest way to decorate the home with these sticks is to put them onto the placemats or into some bowls with pinecones and fruit. Make a pretty Christmas ornaments using cinnamon sticks, cranberries and dried fruit. Attach them to the wreath or around the candles to make them look Xmas-like. Look for more cool ideas below and craft some cool cinnamon decoration for this Christmas!
Naturally curved hardwood flooring is a thing so exquisite that it can make any interior a masterpiece as the beauty is in details. Bolefloor takes its name from its source material – bole meaning trunk of a tree. Their technology allows more material harvested per tree, thereby minimizing the need to cut more down. And each floorboard is unique – as is each tree in the forest. This very funky floor is available in oak, ash, cherry, maple or walnut. The Bolefloor follows the natural curve of the wood and so each piece of this floorboard is unique! Pure luxury!
Villefranche-sur-mer is a picturesque village in the south of France. Mediterranean nature and climate are so amazing that sometimes you want to let them inside. That’s why this cool apartment in this town has so many nature-inspired touches and glass doors letting fresh air and light in. Lots of green color in design, photo wallpapers and big windows work for it. The interior is originally eclectic, with modern furniture and lots of different colors and art works. An original feature that attracts attention is a large concrete wall in a pretty colorful interior. The bathroom reminds of tropical jungle due to the orange walls and green floor. The space is bright and stylish, without excessive details.
Cranberries are traditional for Christmas décor and table. That’s why we’ve gathered these ideas of Christmas décor using cranberries – with branches and without. Use cranberry branches for a Christmas wreath, for a centerpiece or for placemats décor. Cranberries themselves are amazing not only for cocktails but also for various decorations. Put cranberries into a candleholder, into a bowl with pinecones, into a lantern to add a festive touch. A nice idea for outdoors is to freeze some cranberries in the shape of a wreath or a glass – if the temperature outside is below zero, you’ll have nice cranberry décor.
Looking for a brilliant idea to save some space? Wanna a find an extremely functional piece for your interior? Designer Funn Roberts has been commissioned by actor Vincent Kartheiser to renew his interior design. As the apartment was quite small, Fun had to optimize the space and make it functional. He therefore created this mobile bed which when not in use, can be fix near the ceiling, creating space. The bed looks very comfy and stable – the owner sleeps on it and then voila! He raises it above and nobody will ever find it! What’s good about it, is that it’s possible to enjoy the space that has another function during the day.
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