This charming Oslo apartment belongs to graphic designer Steffen Olsen and his partner. The interiors used to be gloomy and dark but white paint helped them to change into light and airy; mid-century furniture has carefully been selected throughout the apartment. There are a lot of colorful touches and fun details that create a mood; I love the use of industrial pieces that aren’t too rough and perfectly continue the décor theme. There are some glam touches like works of art and little statuettes that add fun and chic to the apartment. So, the space was turned into a playful, light and inspiring one, these guys really know what to do!
Farmhouse style is one of the sweetest and the most inviting as its traditionalism makes any space super cozy. Wanna know how to create such a bedroom? Choose the color scheme you like: calm and pastel or, on the contrary, bright and cheerful. Rustic and shabby chic furniture will be the base of your décor; you can also add some industrial pieces or decorations – they’ll look good. To give your bedroom that special traditional rustic look, add natural and maybe rough wood and woven items. For French farmhouse style go for refined vintage furniture and light textiles. Look at the ideas below and get inspired for creating a wonderful farmhouse bedroom!
Looking for a lamp that isn’t just a lamp? Check out the Focal Point Lamp by Designlump, which is a great example of a functional modern lamp with an original design.The cube-like, porcelain shade rotates on the lacquered, solid copper base letting you direct light wherever you need it. Depending on the direction of the light, you can use it for direct lighting, as a decorative light, or as lighting to bounce off the wall to create a mood. A 15 foot, mint green, cloth-covered cord completes the lamp. This piece is perfect both for your home and for an office due to its smartness and functionality.
Located in Belgium’s Walloon region, this inspiring holiday stone house by Dehullu Architecten flaunts a pitched roof reminiscent of the local architectural language. Underneath, spaces filled with light make you feel outdoors. Past floor-to-ceiling doors, a colorful display of light, texture and simplicity are collected in a rustic-inspired interior design, which is absolutely opened to the outdoors. Framed with tall windows running from floor to ceiling, the new living spaces were added in this wooden addition. Deep overhangs shape the glazed terrace, offering the possibility of lifting the deck to make the home seem like it’s hovering above the soothing hillside.
Farmhouse style is cute and cozy, it’s perfect for families as it creates a wonderful atmosphere. We’ve already discussed how to decorate a kitchen in this style, and now let’s have a look at a couple of living rooms. A living room that is a family room is created for spending time together with your family and friends, so turn it into a paradise of coziness: wooden ceiling beams, rustic shabby chic furniture, natural wood and stone in décor and an awesome stone fireplace. The color schemes can be different: calm and pastel or, on the contrary, bright and patterned – there are ideas for everybody, get inspired!
Inspired by their cats desire to sleep on or under something, Levantin Design have created a side table named KRATER. The inspiration for the table was a rebellious spirit of our cat prefers to sleep “on something” – under the table, under the chair and so on. Hallmark of the table appeared outdoor bowl (krater – ancient Greek bowl), if made of paper twisted in scanty origami. Originally conceived industrial character table especially emphasizes the imitation of corrugated metal on the top. Get more free space under the table is a comfortable resting place for your pet, as well as ideal for storing useful things.
This sleek, modern interior renovation was done by Matthew Bremer of Architecture in Formation. This 1,500 square foot duplex penthouse is a one-of-a-kind home with a sexy, sophisticated vibe. A minimal color palette lets the architectural details take the stage, like the origami folded, plate steel and Corian staircase that leads to the second floor. There’s a series of wall panels that mimic the lights of the Manhattan nightscape. The white panels are back-lit with LEDs giving the apartment a dreamy backdrop of its own. The sculptural staircase helps to section off the large living area without closing it off. A mirrored, back-lit wall in one of the bedrooms, featuring the same dashed pattern as the white wall downstairs, disguises the TV screen.
Farmhouse décor has become of the hottest trends, and it’s not surprising because such design makes any space cozy, warm and inviting. A kitchen is a place where everyone gather to cook, eat and talk, so it’s often the heart of the house, and designing it in farmhouse style is great decision! Farmhouse means rustic and kind of traditional, so classic kitchen furniture, rough wooden beams and a table is a good base for such a kitchen. Go for woven baskets, shabby chic details and upholstered furniture – that will make your kitchen really comfy and continue the décor theme. Get inspired by the ideas below and turn your kitchen into a farmhouse paradise!
The perception, interaction and contradictions are brought together in the Stone Foam Stool by designer Matthijs Kok. This stool looks hard but it is unexpectedly soft as adding clay grains and pigment to liquid soft foam gives the expanded foam a raw stone texture. During expanding, the stone foam takes over the shape of the mold. The clay granules are soaked from the casting and hereafter the stone texture appears. Finally, the casting is finetuned with multiple gray shades for a more natural result and the chrome legs are attached to the seat. So, don’t let the chair deceive you – it’s as soft as a baby’s backside!
Brazilian architect Angélica Araújo designed Apartment 22 that is a perfect place for relaxing moments, when one wants to enjoy the natural landscape and calm colors. The design here is focused at the comfort appreciation, using cutting-edge technology, through automation equipment, differentiated lighting, blinds and special glass. The colors are earthy, taking inspiration from ore, stones and wood. Special glass separates the bedroom and the bathroom/closet area: the glass becomes opaque at the touch and provides privacy to the user. The eco-leather that coats the floor of the bedroom and the living room, ensures comfort and practicality. Beautiful art works finish and polish the apartment décor.
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