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21 Trendy And Eye-Catching Geometric Bedroom Décor Ideas

Wed, Mar 11, 2015 | Bedroom designs |

Geometric décor is incredibly trendy right now because such décor isn’t only modern and simple to create yourself, it’s also universal for men, women and even children. There are two most popular ways to incorporate geometric patterns into bedroom décor: bedding or headboards. Buying or making some cool geo bedding is the easiest idea to bring fashionable patterns to your space, you can choose various colors and figures and change them as often as you want. A geometric headboard is a real attraction that highlights your sleeping place, and you not only make it but also paint it. You can also go for geometric art pieces, lamps, chandeliers, wallpapers or even floor décor. Get inspired by the ideas below and make your bedroom pop!


Unique Atlas Table From Angled Oak Blocks

Wed, Mar 11, 2015 | Tables

Today it’s so difficult to surprise anyone with furniture design but still modern designers manage to do that! Berlin-based The Fundamental Group works within the realm of what they call “the architecture of fascination,” and their Atlas Table bears this out. Made from alternating, angled blocks of oak and smoked oak, just thinking about what the glue-up must have involved is kind of crazy! Such a cool and unusual wooden table will be a centerpiece is your kitchen or dining zone, it is simple and original at the same time – a perfect idea for any modern home!


Modern Art Collector’s Family Home In White And Neutrals

Tue, Mar 10, 2015 | Modern home designs

I’ve seen many art collector’s home but I haven’t seen anything so airy and light like this home in Brazil by architect Consuelo Jorge. The main challenge in the development of this project was having to transform this apartment into a place where family and art could live together in harmony. The chief concern was to shelter the works of art in a modern bold ambiance without leaving aside the coziness and playfulness of a home. The style chosen for décor was modern and simple, the main colors is white with some neutral touches to create a perfect frame for art works yet a great home ambiance. The works of art, spread all around, give you a feel of being in an art gallery.

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21 Cute Pastel Easter Décor Ideas To Try

Tue, Mar 10, 2015 | Decorating |

Pastels just can’t be more natural than at Easter! Decorating in pastels gives the celebrating or just the family meal such a warm feeling that I just can’t help admiring it! Doing it is easy: take fresh spring flowers and make cool arrangements and centerpieces choosing a sweet pastel vase. Take pastel candles, tableware and textiles for table décor, and take a look at the food: you can always continue the chosen color scheme with it: paint eggs and make cakes and cupcakes in pastel shades, you’ll love them! You can also make some cute decorations of eggs or imitating eggs in various colors, or even create an Easter tree with them and of course in pastels. Dip into the cuteness below and enjoy!


Dynamic And Colorful IKEA Bedroom Renovation

Mon, Mar 9, 2015 | Bedroom designs

Does your bedroom seem to you boring and old-fashioned? Have a look at this IKEA bedroom renovation and I’m sure that you’ll get some inspiration for changes! The style is modern and very colorful, it’s a great contemporary space for those who love bright shades and dynamics. The designer successfully solved the problem of lack of space with the help of a big sliding door wardrobe from IKEA, and the TV was also hidden inside. To make the space comfortable and functional, the designer used various lights: a wall light, a chandelier, a floor lamp for different purposes and to create various atmospheres.


Industrial Masculine Loft Designed With Minimalist Zones

Mon, Mar 9, 2015 | Minimalist home designs

This awesome loft by Domus Nova can boast of a cool mix of styles: minimalist and industrial, a bit masculine and a little futuristic. The exposed brick walls, the wide plank flooring on the downstairs level and the black herringbone flooring upstairs, and the industrial vibe of the kitchen are all fantastic features that strike from the first sight. I love the contrast between the zones: getting from absolutely industrial kitchen and dining zone to the living room, which is rather futuristic, then to the minimalist and masculine bedroom – it just blows your mind! Sometimes these rooms even seem to be parts of different dwells, and what do you think?


25 Coastal And Beach-Inspired Sunroom Design Ideas

Sat, Mar 7, 2015 | Terrace and garden designs |

It’s spring now but I can’t stop thinking about the coming summer and wonderful time on some beach. If you have a beach house or just feel inspired by the seaside, you just need to have a beach-inspired sunroom! Why not design it right now and feel that sea spirit? There are several sea-inspired colors that will look amazing: navy, orange, red, aqua, turquoise and white. Add driftwood, rope and sea creatures like urchins, shells, sea stars and wicker furniture to make the space cozier. If it’s a beach cottage, then maximize the size of the windows for a fantastic view and you can add blinds if the sun is getting annoying sometimes. Get inspired!


Whimsy LLAMA Clothes Rack For Modern Living Spaces

Sat, Mar 7, 2015 | Shelves

Spanish designer André Simón has created LLAMA, a fun way to keep your clothes off the floor. A funny piece of furniture to dress it up or keep it naked. LLAMA concept blends utility with identity and confronts heritage with contemporary lifestyle. With a strong graphic expression, LLAMA is a funny solution for today´s domestic urban environment, it’s a clothes rack with an animated and simple expression. Its function and its easy construction are evident. LLAMA is a piece of furniture for all of the clothing that gathers up in your living space and is perfect for those who tend to leave their clothes all over the floor.


Mid-Century Madrid Apartment In Warm Colors

Fri, Mar 6, 2015 | Mid-century home designs

Light-filled and airy, this Madrid apartment in an 1809 building is actually a lot smaller than it looks. Last renovated in the early 1970s, owner and mid-century design fan Fernando Garcia called his longtime friend, interior designer Erico Navaso, for help in organizing the layout of his new home. Poky interior walls were removed, the original shutters for the windows were found and reinstalled and the yellowed pine floorboards were softened with bleach. Throughout, Fernando’s ever changing collection of 50s design can be seen, its elegant lines a perfect contrast to the renovated space. The apartment became very stylish and elegant, bravo, designers!


Floral Patterns For Home Décor: 37 Cool Ideas

Fri, Mar 6, 2015 | Decorating

It’s spring and everything around is awakening. You can bring a part of this spring charm indoors if you pay attention to floral patterns – get these spring blooms inside! You can say that floral patterns are only feminine but that’s not true, they are suitable for vintage, boho chic, farmhouse and many other décor styles including modern. Floral textiles are a wonderful way to bring a spring feel to your home: curtains, bedspreads, tablecloths and rugs can become a budget-friendly yet very stylish addition to décor. Floral upholstery for the furniture is also a great idea, take some colorful floral fabric and DIY your piece! Look at the pics below and bring spring vibe to your home!