How do you imagine a French chateau? Something vintage, rough stone and small windows? This castle is like no other! It’s Châteaux de la Resle, a non-typical French country side estate, that has been splendidly renovated and decorated to meet the 21st century. The exquisite blend of antiques with modern and contemporary decor generates an interesting juxtapositon of styles that gives the hotel an exclusive and sleek look. The accessories are very colorful and bring cheerful atmosphere to the calm and peaceful walls of the antique and beautiful chateau – that’s not what we expected to see but it’s such an amazing décor idea!
Beach or coastal Christmas is a rather non-typical thing, unusual and original. There are no fir trees, no traditional ornaments, snow and snowmen – but there are so many cool things instead! A beach Christmas means sand, warmth and sun, and what decorations can you choose for a coastal Christmas? Take some branches and decorate them with shells and star fish, make a tree of driftwood or glue shells into a tree. DIY some ornaments – fill them with sand and shells, write something beach-like. Decorate wreaths and your mantel with star fish, shells, corals, burlap and driftwood. Add some shells and corals to the bowl with Christmas ornaments and Merry Coastal Christmas!
This enjoyable ‘Mood’ collection is ideal for relaxation during the day, especially if you put this furniture outside. The upholstery is crafted from weather-resistant environmentally-friendly yarn and the wood is teak – perfect for outdoor living. The back rails are powder coated aluminum. The collection includes sofas, long chairs, chairs and tables. The cushions are available in various sizes and colors of fabric or outdoor leather. Just imagine lying on this bed and watching the falling stars. And there’s plenty of room for two – how romantic would that be? This collection will definitely set the mood for outdoor fun.
This Thai house is balancing between European and Asian architectural traditions and ground and sky. Architectkidd Co. Ltd. Seem to solve issues arising from the landscape surrounding it in high style. The main house is set asymmetrically on top of a conglomerate of much more rounded guest quarters, a geometric contrast to the structure below. The elevated main living spaces also provide greater views of their surroundings. The interiors are minimalist and rather simple, with quiet colors – the attention is attracted to the views from the windows, while angled girders obscure the view inward from afar, masking private spaces without cutting them off completely.
Christmas is not so far as it seems, so why not dip into all that charming stuff? Think of your Christmas décor, how do you see it? Traditional, vintage, Scandinavian or rustic? Today we’ve rounded up some pics for those who are interested in something modern – examples of minimalist Christmas décor. Black, grey, white and natural wood – these are the main components here, and then use your imagination for creating a perfect minimalist atmosphere: branches with garlands instead of a tree, black baubles, concrete vases for branches, transparent acrylic trees and lots of candles on the minimalist tables or just on the floor. Have a look at the ideas below and find your own inspiration for your minimalist Christmas!
Here’s one more practical and stylish furniture piece – LMNTS by meerlef, a designer studio from Netherlands. It’s a modular, multifunctional storage system that can serve as a cabinet, sideboard or room divider, or maybe just as a piece of art. It’s made from wood veneer, there are different types of wood like ash, walnut, elm, wenge, teak. Actually, each drawer has its own color and texture, and it’s useful because it would be easier to remember where you put your things. There are lots of functions and ideas to use LMNTS in different rooms like living room, kitchen, home office and maybe even usual office.
This fantastic Scandinavian kitchen is located inside a classic 70s house of BO BEDRE news editor Birgitte Schinrud Skjerven. Clean lines and white and bright surfaces in marble, corian and wood create a light and airy feeling perfect for cooking and entertainment. White is the main color but there are few bright yellow accents that highlight the calm and peaceful atmosphere. The fantastic glass rangehood is a design statement in this kitchen. Other beautiful features are also the corian and marble bench top or the wood shelves in the dining area. An important thing is a hearth in the corner and a chair with several books – it gives so much coziness to this clean minimalist space!
Moroccan and Arabesque-inspired tiles have the shapes, the colors, the drama. From kitchen splashbacks to bathroom walls and whole floors, these looks are a great how-to guide on how to bring an exotic twist to your decor. They come in various colors, often very colorful, and help to accentuate the space or add color to it. You may use Moroccan tiles anywhere: in the kitchen, in the bathroom, for the floors or walls in the hall or in any room you like. Below you’ll find some brilliant examples how to use Moroccan tiles in the décor, get inspired!
Swiss designer Florian Hauswirth has designed a collection of bedroom furniture including an ash shelving unit with components made by a bookbinder. The three-tier Bookbinder Shelf features two ladder-like oak side frames and four shelves, joined by wooden components that hook under the side struts. The shelving unit can be enclosed by adding colored panels to the ends or flaps with tabs to the front, which were made of cardboard covered with textile by a bookbinder. The Radius Edge Bed features a simple curved joint on the legs. The Bedbox is made in the same materials as the panels for the shelving unit. The idea itself is very original, simple and very right-on.
In this Moscow apartment despite of the minimalist style, there is much comfort and coziness. The goal when decorating and designing this space was to manage to blend comfort with the practical and functional side of an apartment. Designed by a team from ZE|Workroom studio, the apartment acquired a very homey feel and a cozy and yet minimalist interior with bold accents. The space was designed open, with white walls, light wood and turquoise accents. There is plenty of storage space hidden with the help of these accents, and that make the home even more practical. The bathroom is very calm, in beige shades, with no bold colors to have an opportunity to relax.
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