The U House demonstrates how one could achieve perfect interior and exterior fluidity and continuity with material, colors and space. This spectacular house is created by architect, designer and owner Natalie Dionne who wanted to create a family home coupled with her interior design practice. The unique ‘U’ shape of the house allows you to harmoniously enjoy the central garden from many rooms in the house. An impressive Sunburst Honey Locust tree greets you in the garden surrounded by an Ipê wood deck that favors easy indoor-outdoor activities.
Located at the last (4th) floor of a turn of the century building, this charming condominium in Sweden features three rooms with a chic arrangement and a bright and open floor plan. The refurbished, recently renovated residential space accommodates a young family looking to relocate. Welcoming inhabitants with an open living/dining/kitchen space and two quiet bedrooms overlooking the courtyard, the stylish apartment can easily become a dream home – all you need is a few personal items to sweeten the interiors. Dark floors in the hallway are beautifully contrasted by light floors in the social and private rooms. Windows capture views from both sides of the building and invite natural light inside. A balcony to the west, accessible via the living room, quenches thirst for fresh air and unobstructed surrounding views. Adorned with a bright color scheme captured by carefully chosen furniture and furnishings, the spaces found on Alvhem provide comfort and a calming, refreshing atmosphere.
The RR Penthouse isn’t your average dwelling – it’s innovative, inspirational, and a far cry from the average toned down monotony of the average minimalist interior! This duplex apartment turned sophisticated bachelor pad is the work of award-winning architect Guilherme Torres, a man known for his impeccable ability to juxtapose playful creative interior elements with powerfully masculine modern design. The RR Penthouse is a stellar example of Torres’ unique techniques and methods; the walls are decked out in rough polymer cement for an industrial appeal and vivaciously furnished with avintage 1970s palette to create an incredible urban playground of texture and color.
Imagine having your house filled with furniture elements that you can simply grab individually by a handle and carry them from place to place. Scandinavian designer and architect Mattias Sternberg from Studio Vision A&D came up with this original design idea and applied it in creating the Carry-On Stool. You may argument that by nature, small chairs are portable. That is true, but this project comes with a fun, barrel-like appearance that would normally be harder to pick up. So the little “artifice” not only adds a special charm, but also comes in handy. Created from an upholstered textured tweed body and a natural wooden handle, the stool is fresh and original-looking, making it a good addition for a contemporary living space or for the children’s room. Where would you place it?
The Emme Outdoor Collection from Missoni Home will bring spring to your garden or patio no matter the season!
Take a moment to let your interior design ideas extend to the outdoors… Does your old, faded furniture need a pop of color? How about a few fresh patterns?
The Emme Outdoor Collection should be able to give you a little inspiration – this set is an entire family of playful prints and vivid hues perfect for mixing and matching. Many of these signature fade-resistant fabrics are even available separately, so you don’t need a Missoni pouf or pillow to enjoy this unique look.
Chances are that you wouldn’t believe this functional and chic little home was once a garage. Owned by Darren Issac and located in Camden, UK, the bright and beautiful house was designed by Knott Architects to perfectly use every inch of space so that it looks much larger than it actually is.
Downstairs there’s a bedroom and a wetroom nicely separated by glass screens and a large wardrobe that also acts as a divider. A small office room adds to the charm, and not only overlooks the street but proves just as useful as it doubles up as a guest bedroom whenever needed.
You probably never realized how lucky you’d be if you find a tree stump? Tree stumps can be used for such many things and some manufacturers already produce furniture and items of decor made of them.
For example you can make a stool, a side table, a lamp, a vase and even a planter of a single tree stump. You can group several such things together and they will looks even better. Each of them will be unique. Check out these original decor ideas where tree stumps are used and choose your next DIY project from them.
The aptly named Black Pearl Studio is an ambitious complete renovation by Studio Rolf.fr and Zecc Architecten. This incredible interior design has a lot of inspiration to offer those who have a desire to delve in to the details.
The interior is distinctly industrial, but the furnishings (some of which are by Studio Rolf.fr) are a wonderfully unconventional mix of contemporary minimalism and rough rustic whimsy. One unique feature after another serves to delight the imagination – a hot tub on the roof, surprising textures on select ceilings, and a full workshop on the ground floor. The home decor seems strongly inspired by the spirit of sculpture.
Welcome to a colorful small apartment in Barcelona, Spain, especially designed to answer the living needs of a young couple. Found on MiCasa, this happy home is filled with personality and original design elements. Tall ceilings, exposed beams, pipes and plenty of color-all these elements reinvent the sober industrial style and contribute to a fresh atmosphere. With a clever and space-saving layout, every corner of this small apartment is taken advantage of to the fullest. A bright orange armchair and ottoman is the focal point of the living area and creates a wonderful reading spot next to the large window. Practical furniture solutions (a coffee table on wheels, built-in storage space, a suspended small bed) give the sensation of a decluttered, playful home. How do you appreciate the overall design style of this apartment? See any decor ideas you would like to use in your own crib?