In Greek mythology, the Sirens were dangerous yet beautiful creatures, portrayed as femme fatales who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island. And you can feel a mystic creature and see your different reflection with this Sirens Mirror/Light by Olga Bielawska. It combines a round mirror on a shiny spun copper base that extends from the wall, with ambient LED lighting, to create a gentle attention grabber. Of course, such a mirror won’t be a comfy choice to have a shave in the morning but it can become a cool accent and great idea for a hallway or a living room.
Hot season is not so far, and it’s high time that we thought of some beach retreats to relax and sunbathe. Have a look at the example of a beach house interior – it’s a tiny enclave just outside a major city, up along the coastline. Interior designer Brett Mickan has taken a simple, unpretentious holiday home and created a colorful beach retreat. There are cool mid-century accessories and some furniture, picture windows give an opportunity to enjoy the views of the sea. The colors are bright and remind of sea coast – green, turquoise, blue, and wicker furniture is also a characteristic feature of a vacation home. Fun and fresh and stylish without being too precious.
Here are some best product and furniture designs which were covered on DigsDigs during March 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 March 2014 too.
Here are some best house and apartment designs which was covered on DigsDigs during March 2014. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.
- Modern Home With Colorful Accents In Bordeaux
- Eixample Residence Mixing Modern Decor And Vintage Elements
If you have a small bathroom, don’t worry – it can be decorated with style and elegance, not worse than a big one, and a small space always looks cozier. What the ways to decorate it to use every inch to advantage? Here are some tips. First, a shower cabin is the best choice for a small bathroom – it would save lots of space and looks amazing. Second, clever storage is the key to success, so choose a vanity with drawers of some comfy open shelves as they don’t look heavy, and a radiator is a good place for hanging towels. Look at the inspiring ideas below and pin some designs for yourself!
This chair is made of the most unbelievable material you could imagine, and I can say it’s really a new level of recycling – even a shoking one. The B1 Chair by Yanik Balzer and Willem Rabe proposes to repurpose the bone matter of a deceased person, typically between 5 and 10 kilograms after dehydration, to create an entity that acts both as an object of remembrance and utility. As the amount of bone material varies, an elaborate software algorithm determines the material distribution on a case-by-case basis. These results in every chair having a unique inner skeleton and overall weight, while maintaining the same outer shell. A discreet dedication on the backrest credits the material supplier for generations to come.
IKEA furniture and accessories are extremely popular and we seem to be waiting for every collection! Bright, modern, practical designs which don’t cost a lot – that’s why we love it! And the new 2014 “On the Move” collection is no exception. It’s created specifically for the young, urban crowd living in smaller spaces, the new collection offers a range of pieces for every room in the home, with lightweight materials, bright colors and multifunctional design woven throughout. Pieces of the collection – which range from seating to dishes, lighting to plant stands, and tables to storage units – are designed for flexibility and movability in order to adapt to the evolving needs of urban dwellers looking to live more simply and do more in the space they have.
If you have a small bedroom but want to decorate it with style and using some smart ideas – have a look! Besides the bed, we all need some storage for clothes, so a bed with drawers or cubbies under it is a good idea; the same can be done in the headboard or in the footrest. Add some lights above the bed – romantic garlands or practical small lamps for reading, they are a must! A cool idea is also a bed with corner lights. If you have an alcove, a bed there is amazing as this way you’ll distinguish your sleeping zone. Use every inch of space for storage or décor elements, and you’ll succeed in decorating! Scroll down to get inspired.
Must is a fairly stunning selection of contrasting objects of décor that can transform a regular bathroom into a fancy vintage-like boudoir or an elegant environment defined by quality and sophistication. From marble countertops, shabby chic shelves, gorgeous mirrors to golden accessories and classy cabinets, Must mingles harmonically aesthetics with functionality. Almatarea used luxurious materials like Brown Onyx, Paonazzetto, Fior di Pesco Carnico, along with stone and wood. Straight contemporary lines, vintage feeling, precious materials, innovation – this is the new bathroom philosophy suggested and expressed by the exclusive Italian brand, Altamarea. This unique collection of bathroom furniture and accessories will absolutely blow your mind!
This 124 square meter apartment located in Kiev, Ukraine, was designed by Olena Yudina with two separate areas: a private section and one for guests. Off the small corridor is a guest bedroom, bathroom, dressing area, and laundry room, while opposite, there rests the living room, bedroom, dressing area, and another bathroom. White sets the tone of the apartment without being too stark and clinical. While wood floors cover most of the interior, the kitchen has a warm grey tile. The wood warms up the interior. Besides the white and shades of grey, fresh green is sprinkled throughout by way of live plants. The white brick brings texture thanks to the darker grout that was used.
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