This project was a thorough remodel of a 1950s house by prominent Portland architect Saul Zaik. The architect thoroughly reworked the interior floor plan, relocating the master bedroom and bathroom to the rear of the house, creating a mudroom, office, and laundry room, changing the proportions of a family room that had been expanded and was out of scale with the other rooms, upgrading the windows throughout, and vaulting the ceilings in the addition. The interior is light and inviting, with super stylish modern and mid-century furniture. Lots of warm-colored, almost orange wood and patterned textiles all over make the interiors very cozy.
A vintage closet is a dream because an elegant and refined interior will always inspire you to dress in a beautiful way. Make it light or pastel to visually expend the space and achieve a light and inspiring feel. Adorable vintage or vintage-inspired furniture will be the base of your closet: dressers, mirror armoires, beautiful mirrors, a refined couch or bench, maybe an exquisite dressing table. Polish the look with a vintage chandelier and several lamps and voila! A vintage closet isn’t always a feminine thing, it can easily become gender-neutral or masculine, to make it feel manly add industrial touches and details or go art deco. Look at the ideas below to get inspired!
Noneli is a LED floor lamp with a simple and harmonious shape unveiling a charming personality. The contrast between the solidity of the base and the thinness of the graphic stem is also emphasized by the choice of both materials and finishes. The three feet base is made of wood ash, while the stem is made of tubular steel. It seems to stand out against the empty space of the room, by drawing a trajectory impressively ending with a LED light source. With its twiggy while important presence, Noneli imposes itself in the domestic environment and creates a beam of light to place near to the sofa, in a reading corner or on the working desk.
I’m a sucker for minimalist interiors, and I just couldn’t walk past this house. Located north of Copenhagen, this beautiful early 1960’s house in the woods is pretty much the perfect retreat from the busy noise of the city. The interior is open plan, it’s done in the classical minimal color scheme: black, grey and white, there is just a couple of bright accents here and there. My favorite place here is the dining zone that is located next to the glazed wall – this is perfect for having a meal and enjoying the outside as if you were there. Actually, there are more glazed spaces and that really makes the inside merge with outside.
If you designed a beautiful vintage kitchen, then your dining room or dining zone should continue the décor theme, so make it also beautifully vintage. Choose the epoch you love, then go decorating! In vintage interiors the walls and floors are often whitewashed, or you can make the floor in natural wood. The furniture maybe also whitewashed for a refined look or upholstered with some beautiful floral fabric. If you want a shabby chic touch, find some shabby furniture at the flea market. For a rustic touch, make or buy some pallet furniture. Crown it all with a statement chandelier and candelabras and voila! Get inspired by the ideas below!
We all got used to minimal, mid-century or other trendy chairs created by modern designers but what would you say to a fun caricature chair? 56Studio offered a concept of caricature as furniture and created these super fun chairs with a feel of various characters. 56Studio hijacked mainstream cultures and pop icons such as well-known singers, models, cartoon and movie characters and used them as a tool for communicating. This project has turned into a playground of minimal lines, quirky forms and glitzy materials. The result is, just like caricature drawing, a collection of chairs that is graphically sarcastic, animated in its details, and meticulously unique in the craft of upholstery.
The Montana Glass Home, painstakingly rendered by Cutler Anderson Architects, is a great example of modern construction. Glass walls, tapered columns and a floor plan that flows as gracefully as the river in front, make it hard to distinguish indoors from outdoors. The interiors are done in modern style, and every room is full of warm-colored natural wood that makes them so inviting. The open floor plan kitchen/dining/living area is fronted and backed with floor-to-ceiling windows with virtually no walls in evidence. The bedrooms in the home are constructed to create an ideal family or guest situation, with the master, two extra bedrooms and private apartment located on the upper level. The use of materials, furniture and accessories makes the house extremely cozy and inviting.
Sunrooms or just a sun corner is a must in spring when it’s too cold for you to stay outside. I’d like to share wonderful vintage sunroom décor ideas that will definitely make you swoon! What I love most of all about every vintage space is adorable refined furniture, no matter if you buy it from designers, at a flea market or make yourself. Go for beautiful floral rugs, bedspreads, tablecloths and pillows to make the space cozier and cuter. Statement lights and chandeliers will help you to create an atmosphere, and candelabras, marble planters and other accessories will polish the décor. Get inspired!
Buster & Punch, the London-based design brand, saw aesthetics in traditional bulbs and created Buster Bulbs. These are LED bulbs with a traditional pear shape; for the filaments they’ve gone with rational straight rows, giving the impression of computer-controlled order versus the imperfect squiggles of an incandescent filament. The resin light pipe at the center of the bulb allows the bulb to create a subtle ambient light, whilst at the same time throw focused spotlight onto tables and surfaces below. The glass for the bulbs is offered with three options for tint: “Gold,” “Smoked” and “Crystal.” These bulbs are an industrial eye-candy suitable not only for various spaces at home but also in bars and cafes.
This minimal modern apartment by LOFT SCZECIN is minimal in color but not personality. The walls and ceilings are completely white, while the floors are covered with light-colored natural wood, and that all makes the interiors beautifully clean and the rooms look more spacious than they are. Such cleanliness is a great way to make all the furniture pieces and photographs stand out and fill the home with light. There isn’t much furniture to keep the space uncluttered and all the furniture is modern with mid-century touches. I love the minimalist white kitchen that is really a great space for cooking, simple and functional, everything you need is at hand here. What would you say to such minimalism?
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