Archive for January, 2012

January 25, 2012

Minimalist Cat Shelter With Colorful Cushions That Doubles As A Nightstand

If you have a cat at home, you have some pet furniture for sure. It’s always hard to find something stylish to integrate your décor. Binq Design has presented the Bloq, a modern living solution for you and your pet. With a minimalist cube design, the Block is a high-quality piece you can use anywhere in your home. It is perfect as a side table in your living room as well as a night stand in your bedroom. It can be customized by choosing from three glossy finishes and from 13 trendy-colored cushions made of a specially tailored material for your pet. Your precious kitty will love lounging by your side in this lovely shelter. It gives a pet a chance to feel comfortable at its own small home. It’s really stylish, minimalist and simple but everything genial is simple.

 
January 25, 2012

Minimalist Bright Juicy Furniture To Paint Your Autumn

Enjoy bright colors of autumn with these two fantastic collections of furniture by Biesse Spa! Blitz is an original collection by designer Pepe Tanzi, it’s glowing with all the colors of the rainbow. Minimalist stylish look of steel legs is compensated by this bright palette. The functionality is beyond praise: you may easily make a nice soft bed of a stylish sofa. The armchairs are really universal: they can decorate both an office and a living-room. The second collection is called Palio that means ‘gown’. Why gown? Have a look at the removable upholstery that was inspired by origami. The upholstery wraps up the furniture and, of course, the bright juicy colors would refresh any interior.

 

January 25, 2012

Cheerful Bright House In Minimalist Style In Portugal

This beautiful modern house is located in Portugal. The interior is modern, cozy and in warm tones. Cheerful red, orange, intense wood colors create a joyous atmosphere. Minimalism is softened with some details and accessories like a fir pouffe, carpets or bedspreads. Stylish sleek surfaces in the kitchen and bathroom are black but they don’t spoil the cheerful impression of the house. Windows form floor to ceiling let the light in. The bedroom is calmer: the ceiling is not decorated in wood, it’s white, the floor is blue, orange pillows, lamps and wall are harmonized by a black bedspread. In whole, the impression is very bright, it makes you want to live there.

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January 25, 2012

Childhood dream prepared to guide a seating experience: The Stacking Throne

The Stacking Throne comes in a neat colourful stack that reminds me of the games I used to play in my childhood. Me and my friends used to build ourselves forts and small cities from armchairs and cushions. I bet that this beautiful collection of thrones can replace that in a child’s play. Designed by Amsterdam-based designer Studio Laurens van Wieringen, the Stacking Throne was a private commission, especially designed for 1 year old girl, Bodile.

She is a very lucky child, getting her own contemporary throne designed. Five different sized thrones will guide her seating experience throughout her childhood. The colourful pieces of furniture can be stacked to allow the little girl to reach the table and lowered as the child grows. The remaining chairs can be used as shelving units. These are all made from a combination of foam, soft coating, lacquered wood and steel.

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January 23, 2012

Ghost Tree Coat Rack

Erich Ginder created the Ghost Tree Coat Rack as part of the organic and haunting Ghost series which can make a variety of statements from eco-awareness to modern industrialism depending on the viewer. The smooth rubberized finish and untamed leafless branches combine to create a sleek modern coat rack that offers wonderful usability and solid craftsmanship. The circular contemporary base provides reliable support while contrasting elegantly against the detailed knobs and twigs of this ghost tree.

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January 23, 2012

Three-level loft style apartment in Brussels with amazing features

There are a lot of extraordinary living spaces out there and out mission is to find the most interesting urban and rural residences in our quest for the perfect dream home. Inspirational architecture and motivating interior design are the keys to having a large visual memory of details and the information provided helps in understanding how these homes were built. Great architects have an amazing talent of combining form, function and dream into fascinating, creative homes customized for each owner. I wanted to make sure that you will be paying attention to the details of this home, other than technical info like its 7,211 square feet living surface or the three floors sheltering the public and private collection of living spaces.

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January 23, 2012

The Future of Vespa Scooters as We Know It

If you’re wondering where the role of “Go-Green” campaign comes into play in your interior decor scheme, here’s the answer: the scooter-turned workstation! The scooter was named Vespa, which means ‘wasp’ in Italian, because of the vehicle’s two-stroke engine’s buzzing sound. When tougher emission laws and restrictions for sustainable living came into effect, the scooter production had to be shut down and all of them went to the junkyards.

Here’s such an iconic 1968 model Vespa Sprint, which was beyond restoration possibilities, saved from the junkyard and turned into a piece of designer furniture. The traditional characteristics of the scooter were retained: the rear half has been converted into a functional workstation and the look is completed by adding a laptop stand on the front. The scooter has been repainted in bright red colour that adds to the “fun” quotient. Do you want to the scooter for a ride without worrying about the helmet hair?

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January 21, 2012

Veggie Sofa : Mango Fruits Sofa Design Inspired by Christianvivanco

We all know the mango is the delicious tropical fruits. These Cool and Trendy Sofa design idea were come from the mango fruit and vegetable. Mango is the smart idea that inspire the designer to make the comfortable sofa for our live. The contrast color of these sofa : green and yellow remind us with the split rape mango. This sofa designed for the whole family, comfortable, soft and with a huge personality and can put on the livingroom or the family room. The whole ideas that we can see in this veggie sofa were accommodate the need of stylish and trendy look. If You are planning to buy the sofa, this Mango Fruits Sofa Design Inspired can make the livingroom or family room will look different then others and I am sure your neighbour will admire it. For more details, please visit the Christianvivanco website.

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January 20, 2012

Vividly colored chic apartment in Nimes, France

Colors are fascinating and help enhance our experiences with cool design. This is why today we chose to showcase a vividly colored apartment located in Nimes, France. Each pattern, each shape and each detail were carefully selected by artist couple Myriam and Dominique. The large apartment is their home, a beautiful, bright and colored space. Located in a 1835 building, the apartment features high ceiling and large windows that seem to invite fresh air and sunlight inside.

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January 20, 2012

Tine K Home Spring/Summer 2012 Collection is White and Alluring

The classy Tine K Home Spring/Summer Collection is back at fairs across Europe. When it comes to decoration, Tine K Home provides the ideal base to work off with their decor items. The latest collection has a lot of white in it, but Tine hasn’t limited the color tone: it has chalky, smoky gray and natural wood tones along with some hints of blue and violet, stripes and ethnic prints, which give this collection, a good personality.

The almost-white collection allows you to be creative and imaginative; it also adds to the elegance of the interiors. Now colour lovers may not find the idea of a neutral base, but many a times, a gray linen sofa with decorative cushions might change the mood of the entire room. When you look at the collection, you can find yourself imagining the pieces in different rooms, with different colours and patterns surrounding them. It has very warm, natural and subdued tones that provide a certain comfort in your homes. Overall, it’s neither shabby nor stylish; rather it’s clean, wholesome, contemporary, and elegant with a rustic and ethnic appeal. Would you like to make your home a Tine K Home?

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