This unusual sink design presents a geological story of history and perseverance – and of course pure whimsy. Penta creates a visual of fluid formations within its combination of clear and solid materials that almost cause you to hesitate before turning the faucet on. The clear sections are created with Chroma and the solid formation is made with Dupont Corian. The contrast between the Dupont Corian and Chroma in Penta is enhanced as light passes through it allowing for the creative use of directional lighting to create plays on shadow and reflection for a 3 dimensional storyline to the sink and its surrounding environment. The nature inspired shape suggests that water has eroded holes through the vessel sink.
Boho chic interiors are very popular because they are bright, colorful and with their special charm. Today we’ve gathered a bunch of cool boho chic terrace designs for you to choose for the coming outdoor season. Choose colorful fabrics, Moroccan lights, green plants and wicker furniture – isn’t that relaxing? You can create such a design easily and don’t be afraid of pops of colors – that’s what you need; despite of the climate conditions you have, organizing a gypsy-inspired terrace is a cool idea in spring and summer. Feel a gypsy or a Moroccan, enjoying the sunlight and tea and lying on the bright cushions.
We’ve seen many multifunctional furniture pieces that save place, and here’s one more brilliant idea, the Cabinet-desk, by Laura Petraitytė. When closed, this piece of furniture doesn’t look that exciting, just a small storage piece. Flip the front door down and you see a fully-functioning workspace hidden within a cabinet. It’s a compact desk that’s easily accessed, has plenty of storage, comes with a built-in LED light, and also has integrated AC sockets to plug your gear into. Shut the door to establish boundaries at the end of your workday. Then easily convert it to your office when it’s time to get to work!
This dramatic villa is located in Rotterdam, Netherlands. You can say that the design is gloomy and too dark but just look how striking and dazzling they are! You are kind of dip into this charming atmosphere of all shades of grey – from pearl grey to dark ones. Every pace has its own accents like a giant glass bubble chandelier, stub coffee tables, fantastic stone and glass fireplace that is used a room divider. The materials chosen show luxury: natural wood, leather, glass. Every space continues the style, it’s perfectly elegant and cool. That’s a fantastic example of modern design where every space is accentuated and the style is like no other.
Many of us choose neutral shades for home décor as it’s rather traditional but some of you may think it’s boring. We’ve gathered a bunch of dining rooms in these colors to prove you that it’s not true. For example, choose Scandinavian style for your dining room and decorate it with calm shades, cozy fabrics, green plants and rough wood – it’s gorgeous! What about minimalist style? Sleek surfaces, clean lines, rough wood and stone for décor – an ideal clean and modern space. Looking for something more comfy? Get the modern style with touches of mid-century modern – retro furniture, neutrals and old-fashioned tableware and utensils – that’s the style!
Organizing a hallway is an important thing, especially if it’s not big. A minimalist hanger/charger/organizer, the Dutchman breathes new life into the joint of the same name used for centuries in utilitarian woodworking. Sliding “dutchmen” make it truly customizable so you can make it work for all your needs. Here you can charge your phone, hang your keys or clothes. Using both walnut and river-recovered pine, the Dutchman completely originates in North Carolina, USA. The river pine or “old growth pine” was cut more than 150 years ago. This rough wood is cool for manly interiors but would also work in any modern one.
This amazing house by Finnis Architects in Brighton East, Australia, is a modern 3-storey house with one floor excavated. The underground floor has a garage and utility spaces, while the upper floors are dedicated to the day and night areas. The day area is strategically situated on the ground floor, so that it can blend in with the outdoors spaces situated at the same level. The outdoors space is very important in the layout and it consists of focal points. One of them is the small patch of lawn, very carefully landscaped. The interior is modern and luxurious, lots of light and wide open spaces with smart accents look great.
Gothic style is a very original and exquisite one, some people would say it’s gloomy but it’s up to you how to decorate – you can make it rather bright. I love new gothic style, which saves the colors and the atmosphere but uses minimalist furniture and sleek surfaces. Today we’ve gathered a bunch of gothic dining rooms and kitchen for you to get inspired. Stone, wood, exquisite works of art and draperies of wine colors – isn’t that luxury that we lack today? For those who love modern features, new gothic style is the best one – minimalist interiors in black, red, grey and white, with striking contrasts and refined lines. Scroll down to enjoy the pics!
Have you seen temples of Cambodia? They really impress with their fantastic architecture; built many centuries ago they are still standing. Perhaps the most popular of them is Angkor Wat, a beautiful temple in the capital of the country that was built in the 12th century. There the tree roots and branches overrun the wall, and iIt inspired Olivier Dollé for creating Angkor Table Design Collection. The table features a multiplex birch wood structure finished in veneered wood dyed in black. It’s leaning leg imitates a natural branch motion and is veneered in oak as is the branch table top. The three black legs are furnished with oak feet. Available as a coffee table, dining table and writing desk, the project is an interesting addition for a large array of modern interiors.
The most creative homes usually belong to designers or artists because they know what they want and how to express it in the best way. I can say that about this home of fashion designer David Delfín and architect-turned-photographer Gorka Postigo in Madrid, Spain. This unique loft with breathtaking high ceilings has been filled with contrasts, provocation and tons of creativity. The space is an eclectic mix that blends a mid-century modern style with a soft industrial backdrop. White painted wooden floors, walls, ceilings and beams douse the entire space in a Scandinavian look and feel, while clusters of art and framed photographs add a sense of modernity. What an incredible job!
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