It’s rather chilly outside and sometimes we don’t feel comfortable with that. To raise your mood and feel warm you can spruce up your home for winter making it cozier and more inviting, so that your spirits raised immediately when you come in. Today we are talking about living rooms, and there are many ways to comfy up your space. Fur and knit blankets, cover, ottomans and pillows are a mush in this case because soft and warm fabrics do their best. Candles and lanterns will create an ambience; and why not add a couple of holiday touches already? Look how to cozy up your living room for winter below and get inspired!
With bold, black outlines, these storage modules look like two-dimensional images hanging on the wall or sitting on the floor. Frame, from by Lassens, comes from a Mogens Lassen sketch done in 1943 and the result is a collection of square boxes in cubic frames that can either be hung on the wall, joined together, stacked, or placed on the floor on their own. The options are limitless – you can create a classic shelf with one or two or a massive, sculptural grouping. You can also use them with or without doors. Frame comes in six colors: white, light grey, dark grey, black stained ash, oak, and pale green.
The house is located near the popular tourist resort in Serbia. To minimize disturbance to the site and as a reference to the surrounding hilly terrain, the house is built into the hillside. The outside is designed by combining and connecting the two main monolithic volumes, light & dark. These forms merge with the natural environment of low pine vegetation and steep rocky terrain. The inner décor is simple and modern, and the traditional and the contemporary were merged to create a unique aesthetic and a structure sympathetic to its surroundings. I love ethnic touches added to the interior, they give it a character.
In the winter bedrooms and bathrooms seem to be the coziest places in the world because you can get into your warm bed or bathtub and feel comfy like nowhere else. Bedroom décor is especially important to make you wake up with joy in the morning. Knit and fur bedspreads, blankets and rugs will make your room cozy just in one second! Speaking about the bedding, why not choose some Scandi or Alpine motifs, or some cute warming up colors? A fireplace will warm up any space, so if you have an opportunity, add one. Of course, all the attributes of coming Christmas are welcome to raise your mood – from stockings to wreaths and fir trees – why not start the holiday earlier?
We’ve found another super creative piece for a man’s cave! It’s Eco lamp by Lucmo made from parts found in the scrap – so unusual and so cool! It has an unconventional look and a very eco-friendly origin; the piece is a 12V lamp with special led which looks like Edison bulb with warm light. To me Eco lamp reminds a peculiar nest with some unusual light inside it. Such an industrial lamp will be a amazing in large loft spaces, masculine zones and even offices. The lamp is available in various sizes, and you can even order your own size.
This incredibly beautiful and eye-catching loft is a creation of A+Z Design Studio. The place looks like heaven or a fairy-tale, so what’s the secret? Exposed brick clad, double height ceilings and massive black framed windows create a wonderful industrial space, then a dreamy leather sofa, amazing draperies and a cool lantern resembling a hot air balloon create an ambience. The color scheme is rather dark and dramatic, there are splashes of bold colors here and there, for example, bold red furniture in the kitchen. I love the statement tiles in the bathroom and the super creative workspace, where ideas come to your mind themselves. The master bedroom is very tender and relaxing, taking all the bad thoughts away. What a perfect place to live!
Fireplaces create an ambience and keep us warm when it’s cold outside, they are one of the coziest pieces for any room. You can create a special nook around your fireplace, it’s especially cool when you don’t have much space but want to feel the coziness and warmth sitting next to it. When I see these nooks, I only think of curling there till spring comes because they are so gorgeous! Soft seats or even daybeds next to a fireplace or hearth, cushions on the floors or dining zones next to the fire – this is the comfiest place in the world after your bed in the morning. Have a look at the ideas and design your own one.
Today we’re spotlighting a compact kitchen that interior designer and furniture maker Katrin Arens Arens designed for a young restaurateur couple in Bergamo. The kitchen is built largely from salvaged scaffolding wood with a dramatic back wall of iron sheeting that wraps around the range hood. The dishwasher is to the right of the sink and there’s a freestanding fridge to the left, out of the photo frame. Arens uses all-wood drawers and cabinets with basic carved openings in most of her designs. The white finish is a pigment that has to be brushed on the wood several times; otherwise it won’t last. The wood counters are sealed to waterproof them.
Architect Bill Yudchitz asked his son, Daniel, to help him create a self-sustaining multi-level family cabin in Bayfield, Wisconsin. Floor-to-ceiling doors open the structure to the elements and provide a protective layer when not in use. The inner décor is simple and modern, with lots of natural wood incorporated. Aluminum pipes were repurposed as ladder steps leading from the sleeping loft to the roof deck. A rainwater catchment system feeds a cistern and outdoor shower. A standing-seam steel roofing panel clads a portion of the exterior, while the aluminum pipes also serve as the railing for the roof deck. The family cooks all their meals at the fire pit outside.
Mini bathtubs and mini bathtub shower combos go a long way to mitigating the problem of a small bathrooms. If your bathroom fixtures are spectacular, who notices how much space there is? With more density in urban areas, and smaller condo sizes – it’s an important choice for a remodel or new build. And the smaller the space, the more it will be defined by that choice. We’ve collected a few of the most impressive designs below to help you narrow the field. They are modern, eye-catching, dashing and really save in case you don’t have much space. Mixing functionality with an opportunity to relax having a bath makes them perfect, get inspired!
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