If you are decorating a coastal or beach house, or just want a piece of beach in your home, this roundup is for you. A coastal kitchen is a fantastic peaceful place where you’ll feel relaxed and holiday-like. For decorating a beach-inspired kitchen take aqua and turquoise or blue shades, you can mix them with light grey or white. Add natural, maybe rough wood, beach-inspired lanterns or lights, brass and some distressed furniture and signs. Don’t forget to use your beach treasures for décor: shells, urchins, corals and pebbles. Get inspired by various coastal kitchens below and create your own beach-inspired space!
For those who have a cat or several cats this Kitty Kasa collection by ARNI Says. This is a set of stackable modules that act as little homes for cats. We’ve seen many cat homes but these are modular and you can create your own combinations of them. The Kitty Kasa is like full service condo housing, but for cats. There’s the Kitty Kasa Gym module that comes with a scratching post and holes to keep your cat happy and exercised. After they’re tired of the gym, they can prowl to the Kitty Kasa Recreation center, complete with a mouse for kitty entertaining. Finally, they can go to sleep and rest in the Kitty Kasa Bedroom, that’s sturdily built and can be used indoors or outdoors.
If you can’t have a weekend out of the city, create a boat home and enjoy sea inside the city! Just like this boathouse in New York by Brooklyn design company Fredericks & Mae. A curtained sliding glass door leads to the entry hung with a fishing trap. The interior is coastal, of course, light, with natural wood; the room has a much-used hammock with a view, and the low chair is a canoe seat with new caning. The furniture in the bedrooms is distressed, the atmosphere is light and easy due to lots of white color. What a brilliant and simple idea for escaping for a weekend!
Arranging a wardrobe is a difficult task if you don’t have enough space, that’s why today we’ve gathered a bunch of ideas to save your space while having enough storage for your clothes. Build the wardrobe around the window, just include the window into your design and build around it. Use the wardrobe as a wall divider, in front of the bed or build it in with a TV. If you’ve decided to exclude the TV from your bedroom or to place it some other wall than the one in front of the bed, then you can use that area creatively and cover the entire wall with a huge storage unit. You can also organize vertical storage or hide lots of things inside the bed. Look for more smart storage ideas below and organize your space!
If you look at this furniture, you’ll immediately understand that it reminds you of … humans! From mustachioed wall clocks to hatted lamps and grinning nightstands, DAM & Friends’ collection of home furnishings includes pieces with personality each their own! I’d say that to me these pieces remind of different smiles. Crafted using traditional Portuguese techniques, each playful piece has a story to tell about the culture. The colors are beige and white, and the design is suitable for any modern space, including a kids’ room – so much fun! Check this furniture below and get inspired to add it to your own interior!
This striking modern Canadian home in sweeping hayfields is a wonderful example of a modern rural home open to nature. The house is constructed from 100-year-old beams salvaged from a series of warehouses collected by industrial designer Omer Arbel. Not a single reclaimed plank was cut or altered, giving the home its distinctive geometric look, described by Arbel as a piece of origami in the landscape. The interior is modern and covered with lots of different wood – the walls, the floors, the ceiling and furniture, and that makes the home cozier. I like lots of lights and the glass walls that allow nature going inside and merging with the interior becoming its part.
Summer parties are fantastic! They are even better when they are outdoor – we can enjoy not only food and conversation but also fresh air, sunlight and summer aromas. Every party needs a table, so we’ve rounded up several midsummer table settings that strike with their beauty! You can find colors according to your tastes – peach, red, orange, purple, pink or blue, I’d say that blue table settings look very refreshing. I also advise to try serving natural and rustic tables as rough wood and edible centerpieces of vegetables and fruit look amazingly summer-like! Take wild flowers for décor to get that light and casual summer look. Get inspired by more ideas below!
Modern trends inspire designers to look for beauty in ordinary and very simple things. No excessive décor is needed as you can see beauty in casual things that surround you. One of such things is the Bulbbox, by Ángel Tausía, it is pretty much just want it sounds like – a lamp made with a box of bulbs. A matte white aluminum box holds a series of burned out bulbs and bulb fragments along with one bulb and socket that actually works. The working socket is attached to a red textile covered cord that adds a pop of color to the piece. Great for modern and industrial spaces!
This contemporary townhouse residence designed by Mim Design is located in Melbourne, Australia. Chambers Street townhouse residence encompass three levels of beautifully composed spaces focusing on superior finishes and detailing throughout to showcase a highly effective planning and design strategy. I like the interior style and the use of colors: modern, laconic, dramatic and with cool accents; black details make a frame. Locally sourced handmade brick tiles span the 3 levels adjacent to the staircase to provide a vertical integration feature. Stone throughout bathrooms and kitchen add a softness to the strong monochromatic palette. Efficient use of space throughout the living zone creates a well-proportioned, comfortable and clean lined interior.
Many of us have balconies, and it’s great to spend time outdoors, including a balcony. That’s why we’ve rounded up several amazing accessories and furniture pieces that will save space in your balcony, that’s cool not only for small balconies but also big ones. The first thing that every balcony needs is greenery, so buy some awesome pots to attach to the rails, or make vertical gardens to save some space. Another necessary piece is a table to have a glass of wine, choose a table to hang it on the rails or even to hide in the floor! The seating options can be also space-saving, they can be folding or hidden. Look at the brilliant options for your balcony below and choose something for décor!
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