This cheerful cottage by the beach belongs to designer Alison Kandler, and its décor shows how much the owner loves bright colors and pretty shabby chic pieces. Here every room is like a bright fairy-tale, with its patterns and colorful accents. How can a room not look happy with periwinkle and green diamonds painted on the floors? Have a look at the bedroom: reclaimed barn beams give this room instant patina, while whisper-pink floors add a feminine touch. I love the bathroom! Vintage, feminine and so warm with this pink bathtub it makes you think of having a cool bath feeling a vintage pin up diva. Every corner of this house is amazingly sweet!
If you don’t live somewhere on a tropical island, it sometimes gets cold in your place. To avoid freezing you’ll need a fireplace and maybe a radiator. We got used to hiding radiators to prevent them from spoiling the décor of the space but this roundup will change your mind! These designer’s radiators look so eye-catching and so cool that can complement any room design and become a great part of décor. Radiators with storage space, glass ones with beautiful geometric designs, eye-catching metal pieces or colorful heaters, vintage or super modern – I’m sure you’ll find an idea for you here! Get inspired!
Everyone needs some rest from time to time, and this article is really relaxation-inducing. The Para Hammock is a highly welcoming, tension-relieving furniture piece by Chaffee Graham. The unconventional swing is made using over 700 pieces of walnut that are all connected in an integrated and flexible grid via a Para cord. Flexing walnut tiles provide ultimate comfort and relaxation. The hammock is especially treated and finished to be outdoors and resist all types of weather. Each piece is handcrafted one by one, providing value and diversity. Place it between two powerful trees and enjoy a state of relief. Let this swinging hammock slowly take you away in one gentle, lazy afternoon.
This eclectic loft residence designed by Slesinski Design Group is located in Hollywood, California, United States. Every inch is designed here with perfect taste and elegance, the color scheme is very beautiful: beige, brown, grey and cream. Here you’ll see a cool mix of touches of different styles: concrete walls and ceilings, industrial pipes, refined floors and exquisite works of art. The master bedroom is stunning: though it’s small, the bed can be hidden inside the wall – so smart! I also love the art works here and soft gold and bronze touches, they make the room light and refined. The living room is amazing – the colors, sculptural furniture and simple lights make it special. On the whole, the loft looks airy and very inviting.
Many of us face the problem of lack of space in our homes. But even if you have a small house or apartment, there are still some ways to make it look bigger, let’s have a look.
- Open-plan space. Eliminate all the walls and space dividers as an open space looks much bigger than it is.
- Use cold colors and white. These shades also make any home look more spacious and airy.
- No massive lights or furniture. If a room is small, try not to clutter it and the less furniture you use – the better.
- Mirrors. Mirror details are fantastic to make any space look much bigger, and a mirror ceiling can almost double the room.
- Contrasts. Add a couple of bright touches to the calm room décor to make the space wider. A colorful accent in the further corner of the room will attract attention and make everyone look across the room, so it will look bigger.
Find examples for every tip below and choose your own variant!
A clock can become a very eye-catching detail in any interior if it’s original enough. One of such things is Haoshi Design’s Cuckoo X clock that comes with two birds – it’s modern interpretation of a traditional cuckoo clock. It’s a battery-powered clock, made of resin, has two birds, one in the clock perched on the side and the other on the wall facing the clock. The birds meet each hour, on the hour, “so they can keep each other company”, says Haoshi Design. In traditional models, cuckoo clocks have only one diligent bird to tell time, which is a little lonely, but here we got two – and that’s fun!
Scandinavian style is not just décor but a lifestyle, I think. This beautiful Norwegian family loft belongs to photographer Trine Thorsen and is done right in this style. The loft is attic and not very big but smartly designed: every inch of space is used and the basic color for every Nordic interior – white – makes the space visually bigger. I love the use of dark blue, black and dark brown accents that are original still don’t spoil the common harmonious color scheme. There are no patterns, just a couple of geometric art works, and big windows to bring some natural light in.
If you ask me what’s the best desk for a manly office, I’ll say that it’s an industrial one. This style has gained popularity recently, and many such are included in modern interiors. An industrial desk is something of piping and wood, the wood may be recycled or new, and recycled planks make the table look rustic. There are some really special models like a desk made of car or plane parts – they look not only industrial but also futuristic and cool! If you are a crafty person, go make your own industrial desk – the colors and shapes are up to you, so you’ll get the most unique piece ever! Get inspired by the furniture below!
Some artists can tame even the toughest materials and bend them at will, creating some of the most unique shapes and designs. We’ve already shared fantastic Why Knot table by artisan Kino Guerin, and today I’d like to continue this theme sharing the whole collection by this designer; there are benches, shelves and tables which feature smooth curves and look like they’ve been tied in a knot. The “Apple Table” is a piece with a versatile and multifunctional design, the “Simple Twist Shelf” seems to defy gravity with its artistic design, the “Nebula Table” sits perfectly level and stable and stands out with its knotted and twisted base and the “C Shelves” are the simplest of all the pieces but definitely not lacking style or functionality. Each of these sculptural pieces can make a statement in any room!
This Barcelona apartment with its French inspired feel is full of pieces by designers that we all know. I love the décor, it just can’t be more stylish! The floors are stunning and provide warmth, texture and pattern harmoniously. The space looks very elegant, and every room is like no other – it has its special charm and peculiarities. The furniture is mostly mid-century modern and very stylish – pieces by famous designers are stunning, and every detail here looks like a part of some masterpiece. The colors are rather vivacious but still subdued, together with natural wood they make the space cozy and inviting. This apartment is chic in every detail, even the smallest one!
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