Jo-a have designed a contemporary sideboard named Neus. The Neus sideboard is eye-catching, surprising and invites you to take a closer look. At first glance, its slender lines, its generous size and its long asymmetric legs will attract your attention. Now let your hand glide over the warm wood of the cabinet to test the opening of the articulated shutters that slot together like a jigsaw. Stand back and let your eyes wander over this piece of furniture, the low shelf on which some objects are placed: a vase or a pretty cup. The Neus shows how a minimalist and restrained piece of furniture can be eye-catching.
This dreamy barn renovation in the Czech Republic would be the perfect burst of inspiration, and it’s definitely a non-typical barn renovation. The amazing transformation was done by Oooox design firm with the utmost level of coolness and gorgeousness. Here the minimalistic approach works so well for a countryside retreat: despite is restrained color palette, the Boooox Heritage Barn still feels warm and inviting. The high barn ceilings were used in a smart way, and the barn got two floors: the first for the common spaces, and the second for the private zones like a bedroom and a closet. The terrace outside continues the stylish minimalist theme with its wooden deck and a big hearth.
Let it snow! Playing snowballs outside is a very fun activity loved by kids and adults – it immediately creates a festive mood! If you want some snow not only outside, or just don’t have snow in winter, then you’ll love these ideas for winter décor. You can easily make cozy fabric snowballs and make a crazy snow fight inside, make a garland or a wreath of them, or just put them everywhere you like. A fun idea is making snowball ornaments with glitter or sea salt and decorate your Christmas tree. Make a pile of snowballs of the materials you like and put them into a pretty bowl for an original centerpiece. Bring some snow inside!
Created by designer Benjamin Graindorge, FallenTree is a minimalist bench made from little more than a slab of glass and a carefully carved oak tree. Both parts are perfectly combined to create this remarkable piece of furniture with practical function and conspicuous design. The idea of the project was to highlight the natural beauty of the real tree, which looks very dramatic, to emphasize the nature of wood as a living substance. Graindorge chose to leave the original branches from the tree intact as support on one end of the bench as reminder of the wood’s living origins because this way the tree looks strong, inflexible and eye-catching.
We’ve seen many industrial spaces converted into homes, and today we’ve got one more eye-candy, it’s a converted steel factory. The interiors have a darker consistency found in almost every room. The steel panel walls give a design nod to what the space used to be while creating a different texture and surface. The large art pieces found throughout the house add a certain drama mostly due to size. Every room has its own special character and colorful accents: bright over-sized wall art pieces, a giant Goth chandelier, a giant hearth and Buddha statuettes. The home is very original and absolutely unforgettable: who could think that it used to be a steel factory?
Making snowmen is an amazing and cheerful outside activity, not only for children but also for adults. You can bring a humorous touch to your home décor making snowmen decorations inside and outside. Snowmen ornaments are wonderful for tree décor, for centerpieces and mantels – just put them in a bowl. You can make or find vintage-inspired ones, and that looks just breathtaking! An original idea is making a Christmas tree in the shape of a snowman, so funny and unexpected! To speak about outside, you can make a real snowman of snow or decorate your front door with wreaths in the shape of a snowman. Get inspired by more ideas below and bring some humor home!
A spacious one-room apartment in Dnepropetrovsk has been successfully converted into a two-room apartment without losing the visual volume. The kitchen is located along the panoramic windows, the dining room is situated in front of the kitchen that can accommodate a lot of guests. The sofa area in the ensemble with built-in cupboard is situated at the entrance to the living room. Natural materials and the combination of textures of wood, marble and surfaces of grey walls in the living room and compound blue color in the bedroom were used in the interior finishing. All furniture was chosen given both maximum comfort and pleasant tactile sensation.
Interior designer Summer Thornton took a masculine approach to the remodel of an early 1900s French Tudor in Evergreen Park, Illinois. The house was overhauled for a single man—one who likes to entertain—and the plan allows for ample growth and plenty of guests. With its classic French range and industrial accents, the grand-scale kitchen is a healthy mix of modern warmth and ruggedness. A long marble-topped island runs down the center of the eat-in kitchen ending with a circular dining table. Large baskets tucked below the island add an extra layer of storage in the kitchen. Thornton’s firm designed and built all the cabinetry, including the columns of rustic open shelves on either side of the range.
Gold and white is a refined color combo that looks gorgeous for every occasion, and Christmas is no exception. White reminds of snow, and gold looks very exquisite and helps to make an accent. Gold and white or ivory ornaments will make your tree look stylishly vintage; white tableware with gilded edges looks stunning and very festive, your guests are sure to appreciate. White and gold stockings and garlands will look amazing in your home, and will give your décor an elegant flavor. Decorate your mantel with gilded candleholders and white candles, gold and white ornaments and branches – create your own magic Christmas fairy-tale!
What if there was an easy way to creatively upgrade your home, without the hassle of handiwork? There’s a great idea! It’s Edera, a decorative modular system envisioned by Italian designer Loris De Grandi and produced by Formabilio. The project consists of rhomboid elements able to grow and evolve, starting from a soft carpet to become a headboard for beds and sofas. The base element has two equilateral triangles with soft padding and fluffy felt with contrast stitching and non-slip bottom. The Velcro strips along the sides of the triangle allow a fast and intuitive connection between the modules, ensuring a perfect seal in the carpet version, while the practical snap buttons allow you to create compositions to be hung on the ceiling or fixed to the wall.
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