Designer Thorsten Francks made this fantastic table called Tischlein for those who like to draw. It’s a creative place for a child or an adult. The table has 1800 sheets of paper of 24 various colors. You can always write or count something if you’re near this small table. The design itself is very simple: it’s a maple table of light color on four thick legs to contain all the paper. It’s a nice sample of modern furniture that combines simple design, functionality and style. If your child likes to draw or you have a friend who is a drawer or a designer – that will be the best gift.
Look at these fantastic chests of drawers! Bright juicy colors and simple stylish design, that’s all we love in modernist furniture. This amazing collection is called A2 from Zweeds. They are available in several forms and colors, you can choose different modifications: with chests or just niches, smaller or bigger, caramel orange, navy blue or any other color. If you don’t want anything bright, choose a white one. I like the back side of the sideboard with a geometrical pattern, it gives even more style. Thank to a big variety you can choose one that suits exactly your room. Such a piece of furniture will be a great addition to any contemporary living room.
Hey, guys, smile! Pelly Chair by designer Laura Väinölä is designed in different funny shapes including smiles. The chair is made of some colorful pegs and a holder; the pegs are covered with soft fabric. This is a very funny and playful piece aiming at grown-ups and their kids. This amazing seat develops creativity in the children: they may arrange any patterns and colors as they like; it’s also delightful for the grown-ups as you can change the look of the chair according to your mood. It’s a practical and exciting design for anybody, choose your colors and patterns and change the seat as you like every day!
If you want to add something fresh and funny to your interior design, but at the same time to keep the modern style of your room, then you should to check out a cool sideboard – Babol by Emmebi. It combines design and functionality and could perfectly decorate as a dining or living room as a bedroom. Thanks to its original playful design it also could be liked by children and could fit for their kids room interiors. Babol is the lacquered sideboard with silk-printed decorations. These decorations have a shape of bubbles and are available in green, blue and black color. In the last version this sideboard looks very trendy and could become an ideal complement for a modern black and white interior design. You could find more information about these cool and trendy sideboards on Emmebi site.
Designed by prominent Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein, Stratos visually references a folded sheet of paper, endowing the chair with a striking leaf like form. The Stratos chair shell is made from recyclable, mass coloured polypropylene and is available in a choice of 11 exciting colours.
The new pieces designed by Daphna Laurens presented in the collection “Cirkel” have a shared basis, the circle. Two dimensional drawings and ideas took shape during the last months in their workshop by modifying this elemental shape. Composing, cutting and twisting the surface, adding or removing lines, applying materials and colour resulted in the design of this new coffee table.
Check out this house/villa in Sweden where Susanne Gillerås lives together with her husband and one child. Susanne has her own interior design shop in Falun and when it comes to interior design she likes old stuff. She finds most of her furniture’s and interior design stuff at different auctions. Watch and enjoy!
Defying gravity, our unique upside-down planter encourages abundant greenery at home and at work, without sacrificing floor space. Designed by Patrick Morris, the Boskke Sky Planter is definitely a head turner. Its unique style isn’t just for aesthetics, its functional as well. The self-watering pot reduces the frequency with which you’ll need to water your plants.
Happy Wednesday! Check out this house that is a major renovation and extension to an original 1930’s Californian bungalow in Melbourne’s inner-north. Reacting to the established convention of jarring juxtaposition of existing ‘old’ and introduced ‘new’ architectural elements ; the ‘Blurred House’ offers an alternative proposition; that of a blurring between ‘old’ and ‘new’ to produce a hybrid. Gradually transitioning from the vernacular to the contemporary, the division of architectural elements are deliberately ambiguous, producing a unique formal and visual language.
Viewed from the street, the house appears largely unchanged, with a small clerestory window the only hint of reconfiguration. Both internally and externally; moving through the house, new materials, spatial characters and formal language is progressively introduced. By the time of arrival in the back yard, the house has evolved into a different building; no longer recognizable from its original starting point; an architectural ‘rabbit in a hat’.
Happy Tuesday! Check out this holiday house that sits on a west facing hillside in a bush clad bay in the Marlborough Sounds.
The architects intended to create a delicate platform amongst trees for life to unfold. The house is in two parts, each with a fine roof that follows the lie of the land. The upstairs living areas are one large space with decks at each end to enjoy both the morning and afternoon sun. Downstairs bedrooms float amongst the trees with windows opening across the tree tops.