Alessandro Zambelli’s DINN is a ‘musical clock’ for the Italian brand Diamantini&Domeniconi, that takes inspiration from La Campanella (The Little Bell), Paganini’s most famous concerto, in which the orchestra’s hand bell plays a key role. The round face of the clock takes bare essentials almost to an extreme, and within the circle is one bright, attention-grabbing spark of originality – it’s a small, unexpected bell that contrasts brassily with the essential face of the timepiece. The precious detail stands out as the clock’s dining ‘heart’. No numbers, no patterns, just pure minimalism and an eye-catching detail! Genius!
The combination of yellow and black is one of the most contrasting ever because these color are opposite: the first is one of the brightest colors and the second is a complete absence of light, so their combination is vibrant. Modern kitchens are often done in black or other dark shades, and that gives them a sterile look. We offer to add some bright touches like yellow ones, to make the kitchen more cheerful and add volume to it – just like in this one. Just several chairs and cabinets – and voila, your kitchen looks dramatic and just stunning!
Here are some best product and furniture designs which were covered on DigsDigs during September 2014. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out. Don’t forget to check out best house and apartment designs of September 2014 too.
Here are some best house and apartment designs which was covered on DigsDigs during September 2014. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.
- Train Depot To Cozy Modern Cottage Conversion
- White Scandinavian Apartment With Natural Wood Accents
There’s nothing better than sitting in front of the fireplace when it’s so cold outside! I can’t imagine my home without it, fire brings warmth, coziness and kind of romance to any space. Many of us have fire bowls and fireplaces outdoors and indoors but today I’d like to tell you of a special type of fireplace that have become popular recently – glass fireplaces. Modern technologies give us this fantastic opportunity to watch the fire from all angles, and it seems that fire is right in the room, without any boundaries! Nothing prevents you from enjoying the flame and you’ll notice how the atmosphere becomes warmer and cozier. Look at the models below and pick your own one!
Shape Up Lighting by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio is a celebration of geometric shapes, and materials. The abstracted lampshade forms, some made of hand-blown glass by glass designer John Hogan, are networked via connecting cords and hubs. Versatile, the pendant lighting has four primary shade shapes: metal cone, glass sphere, cylinder, and arc. When combined with L&G’s adjustable height option, the lamps can be adjusted in height at any time via the solid brass counterweight and pulley hardware. The resulting modular system allows the shapes to be suspended and composed indefinitely in response to a space’s architecture and function. These playful collages change traditional notions of symmetry in favor of a dynamic spatial harmony.
This vacation home is located in Great Britain and is characterized by the openness to the outside. It consists of several wooden cubes, some of them are open, and the others are rather closed – they are for the private zones. The interior is simple, minimalist and very elegant; the home is decorated in lots of white and light natural wood, and there are some accents in that beautiful blue and grey shade. The space is completely open and uncluttered – kind of Japanese ultra-minimalism in the English countryside. The glass walls make you think of coming outside, and a large wooden deck supports that desire. Elegant and stylish minimalism with dark blue touches – that is really worth attention!
Industrial style is very trendy today and it’s not necessarily rough. We’ve already told you of some industrial eye-candies that really inspire, and today it’s all about beds. An industrial bed is associated with something of metal piping or tubes, shabby chic wood and wheels, and such a thing looks good not only in an industrial interior but also in a shabby chic, vintage, minimalist and even romantic girlish interior. If you don’t want a harsh look, just add accessories that will make the bed look softer and play with colors. The good thing about it is that you can DIY an industrial bed and personalize it up to your space – that’s not difficult! Look how to style such beds on the photos below and make a statement in your bedroom!
The natural properties of wood are part of the design in Jalmari Laihinen’s Broken collection. Wood cracks, breaks and has defects, and Broken is an ongoing investigation into breaking wood. Often pieces with imperfections are discarded as unwanted, but their value should be embraced as unique. That’s why the connecting parts, the legs of stools and tables for example, have been broken, showing splinters of wood at the points of rupture. Laihinen’s work combines cabinetmaking, carving and furniture design with the aim to produce playful, thought-provoking works. Would you dare to make a statement in your home with such furniture?
This beautiful house is located in Melbourne and designed by local architect Clare Cousins. This contemporary home shows the Australian love for large open-living spaces with big window walls that open to the garden, the mix of mid-century modern furniture with contemporary pieces and the white crisp interiors with color splashes everywhere like watercolor wall art, colorful rugs and pieces of furniture. Every room or zone has its own character and is separated from others visually but not really not to clutter the space. I love the lightness and openness of the home, it looks so lively!
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