Have you ever thought that veggies can be used not only for food but also for original table settings and be eaten yet? Create an adorable veggie centerpiece, use them for each placemat or as table runners. The ideal time for doing that is spring, summer and Thanksgiving, of course, when vegetables are super actual on the table. Mix veggies with flowers and herbs in a beautiful way to create a rustic statement or give your table a Provence. Decorate napkins, utensils and utensil holders, centerpiece and just table statements. Below you’ll find adorable and cute ideas carrots and peppers, cabbage and radish, asparagus and peas, herbs and various greenery, get inspired!
Kitchen is perhaps the most important and comfy space in the whole home if you have a family: there you gather, cook together, talk, maybe eat. This space is designed by talented Senalee Kapelevich of SVK Interior Design, the kitchen is dreamy – creamy walls, white cabinets offset by black countertops for a little oomph, fresh mint green accents and raw wood island top and shelving. The design is modern, with little industrial and mid-century modern touches: industrial tabletops and chairs, shelves and a fridge; mid-century tableware and lamps. Black touches make a perfect contrast with light interior and mint green details.
A top floor apartment in an iconic 1950’s building in São Paulo, Brazil was renovated by architect Filipe Ramos to meet the needs of the owner who travels quite a bit. The original concrete slabs were kept intact and exposed as they work just as well today as then did in the 1950s. Large scale furniture was used as the space is open and the owner likes to throw parties where plenty of seating is needed. There’s also room for a dance floor if the mood strikes. The dining room is a step up from the living room and features black stained concrete floors. White shelves were installed to hold toys and collectibles that he brings back from his travels.
A room with view is a stunning space – it makes you feel relaxed, it attracts attention and it turns your room into a special space. Today I’ve rounded up bathrooms with view – these are almost spas because a wonderful view while you are taking a bath is adorable. If you have an opportunity and no neighbors – just make glazed walls near your bathtub or right everywhere, and you’ll never regret! The larger the windows are, the more joy you’ll get, and make simple windows without dividers to maximize the light. A glazed ceiling is also a great idea to enjoy the sunlight and the sky, it’s a cool way to get a view when you have neighbors close to your home. Get inspired by the ideas below!
Handmade in Brooklyn, VOLK Furniture has a distinctive playfulness that showcases hard materials yielding to various attempts at aesthetic softening. Brian Volk-Zimmerman, the company’s founder and designer, has a thing for unexpected details, such as a nice fabric-lined drawer, an intentional shadow reflecting the physical shape of a mirror, or a cutout from one furniture piece found performing decorative duty in another. Natural marble, cork, and bleached ash lend an elegant sensibility to the lively collection shown at ICFF, which can also be ordered up in a variety of fine materials. I love each piece – the design is very eye-catching and the selection of the materials is rather curious.
Three-storey Mountain View residence by SoNo Arhitekti nestles into a hillside near an Austrian Alpine village. Its position near the top of the hill allows for impressive views, so the house was designed to take advantage of this. The house is framed by reinforced concrete and cross-laminated timber, this arrangement made it easy to create entire walls of glazing in front of some of the rooms, offering residents panoramic views. Interiors are modern, full of natural light and natural colors, with different combinations of materials that develop a warm welcoming atmosphere. Peculiar outdoor design and eye-catching yet simple inner design make a great combo, get inspired!
We’ve already told you of home offices with views but what about cooking and eating? These two things can be amazingly inspiring if you have a kitchen with a view. Go for a glazed wall, or big or folded windows to enjoy the view that you have – or a terrace with a view. A good idea is to place it in front of the kitchen island, your dining zone or a breakfast nook because this will give you an opportunity to enjoy outside while cooking or eating. A great view is a cool way to transform the space into a very inviting one, just open the windows and relax a bit!
This molded plywood chair for kids from Think & Shift is the perfect private hideaway. They wanted to create a space where kids could get away from the noise, the hustle and bustle, the busyness of the day care environment. It has a comforting sense of enclosure, and fits up to two toddlers at once. Made of bent plywood, the upholstery is easily removable for cleaning. The four, swooping semi-circular sections allow for plenty of child-friendly configurations inside the pod and look aesthetic. Curled up, stretched out, sideways, on their heads – you know kids. The chair is uncommonly low to the ground, which tells your toddler right away that this is their space.
Located in Manhattan, New York, the Chinatown loft has been here since the 1980s but a few years ago it was renovated by Buro. The renovation transformed it into a one-bedroom loft with 1.5 bathrooms. By getting rid of the individual rooms, the architect opened up the space allowing light to travel through and to illuminate all the areas like it should. A sculptural wall with a wavy design and it integrates the laundry area, the powder room and lots of built-in storage and works as a space divider. The apartment features whitewashed exposed brick walls and even some of the original vintage wallpaper in the kitchen that contrast with the new additions, the modern furniture and the minimalist designs.
While it’s not for everyone, these spaces embrace the concept of the transparent bedrooms, each of them has some glazed part. These parts can be a wall or walls, a ceiling, especially an attic one, or just all the walls and the ceiling. Glazing is usually made to enjoy the stunning views, that is super actual if you don’t have any neighbors and live somewhere in the wood, in the mountains or on the coast. Sometimes the glass wall I the one that separates the bedroom from the rest of the house, and it’s done for dividing the space yet making it airy and bigger. If you are open to experiments and want to invite the outdoors inside, go for a glass bedroom design!
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