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.
Roundabout Studio have designed a home in Toronto, Canada, that has a focus on music and entertainment. Facing the street, the perforated window screens are all small sections of the larger pattern, offering an abstract, fragmented glimpse of the feature inside. The main spaces are organized around an interior courtyard and a series of large-scale skylights that help to stream sun into the depths of the building, while retaining a great amount of privacy. The public zone consists of an open plan kitchen and dining room, living room, interior courtyard and a double height performance area, located in the heart of the building. Every space is eye-catching in its own way, look at the pics and get inspired!
Dark and light wood combined in one piece is a new hot trend in décor, and they look very unusual and eye-catching! Dark and light or stained and natural woods are skillfully fused together to create bold surface decoration on these contemporary wood furniture pieces. Such modern items are awesome for any modern, minimalist and natural interior, and you can easily incorporate them into any other type of décor. Stools, chairs, tables, benches and sideboards in light and dark wood can easily accentuate your home décor, and they are so natural-looking! Get some inspiration from the ideas below!
Bram Vanderbeke started out with an idea to design a container for the future, to let people start to dream about their future and to escape all the busyness of their surrounding environment. His fascination led to Endless, a light/mirror that lets you look into infinity to see the endlessness of the future. The series features lighted mirrors in three different sizes with a movable translucent mirror. When you move the mirror, you capture different light patterns that allow you to see into infinity, or if you’re feeling vain, you can place yourself in the frame. The frame is made of cast resin that can come in different colors. Make a step into the future!
It’s spring and it’s time to think about beach houses and cottages where you’ll spend this summer vacation and all the weekends. Clovelly House by Brett Mickan Interior Design is a great example of a stylish modern beach house – exactly how a contemporary beach retreat without any old-fashioned details should look. The house is amazingly relaxing, the color palette is of sea and sand, with just a couple of bright splashes. My favorite space is the dining room with glass walls to let the sunlight in and amazing dark blue stools – I’d never leave that place! Wicker and natural wood make the home warmer and more inviting, while sea-inspired shades refresh the interior. What a clean lined and contemporary take on an endless summer of family and friends!
Geometric décor is a huge trend today, geometric pattern are right everywhere. Make your home office super stylish with trendy geometric patterns and pieces, let’s see how to do it easily. Painting walls with geo patterns is a cool and easy idea, it can be easily realized by yourself. Sculptural geometric furniture and accessories will become a real eye-catcher for your home office. Designers create lots and lots of awesome geometric shelves and desks that will compliment your space. Geometric textiles like curtains, pillows and rugs will polish the interior, they are also easy to DIY and very budget-friendly. Get inspired by the cool examples below!
Bandas Space is a new concept by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola that lets you create the perfect setup in your home. Bandas is made up of modular components, like chairs, poufs, rugs, and pillows, that let you mix and match and design your own space. All of the individual pieces can be interchanged with their consistent color schemes and patterns running through the line. The chunky embroidery look ties the collection together. Each of the items comes in various colors too, so you can design really unique compositions, that’s what I love about this concept – an ability to feel a designer.
Jordan Parnass Architecture has designed a creative loft solution for a 500 square foot apartment in New York. The concept was exploiting every opportunity for storage, and then combining the kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping loft into an intricately sculpted wood-paneled central service core. The space outside of the core area would remain as flexible as possible, and all surfaces and cabinetry would be finished in a high-gloss white to emphasize their adaptability. The end result is a highly efficient, flexible living space that accommodates the demands of both the client’s professional work and personal lifestyle. The finished apartment feels modern, airy, open and personal.
Spring is a great time for changes of any kind, including you living space. An easy and fast way to change your home for spring is using bright textiles – curtains, rugs, pillowcases and table runners. We’ve just told you about curtains and rugs, so now we’ll see some other colorful textiles. Bright and mixed upholstery is an amazing idea for a living room, one bright is just enough to enliven the space. Floral and watercolor bedspreads and pillows are a nice spring touch for any spring bedroom. Most of such textiles can be easily DIYed, so have a look and get inspired for turning your interior into a fresh one!
Aquariums are not only calming and beautiful but also a great décor feature for any interior. Dutch interior designer Robert Kolenik has created an absolute eye-catcher, a kitchen island that includes an aquarium under the top, which effortlessly lifts just with the press of a button. Apart from being a one of a kind design object, it is surprisingly functional. Seemingly an oversized aquarium, the intelligent L-shape hides generous space for storage and equipment, and that is so important for any kitchen. It is available in a limited edition and can be made to measure, so hurry up to enliven your kitchen with this eye-catcher!
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