Roche Bobois is a big French manufacturer of home furnishings, which has stores on all continents. One of the most developed directions of its activity is the production of leather sofas and armchairs. It offers several beautiful collections in this direction. One of these collection named Les contemporains unites the most modern and stylish sofas of this company. This collection is enlarged by new interesting models every six months and this is why it is so up-to-date and has a so many different sofa’s designs. The best features of this collection are very high quality leather and great variety of bright colors. You could find sofas almost in all colors because several of them are even presented in more then 100 colors. [Roche Bobois]
In a complex design world, we have a tendency to overdo it – to see negative space as the enemy and cover every square inch of a room in colors, patterns, knick knacks, artwork and other elements. We’re often taught that when it comes to design, a room is a blank slate to be filled with items that reflect your own personal tastes in every corner. However, all too often, it is easy to forget the power of white. Simple and pure, using white as the primary principle of your design can make a louder statement than even the boldest patterns in the world.
The truly impeccable arrangement of furniture and showpieces or the perfect blend of contrasting vibrant colors, it is just hard to say that what makeThe truly impeccable arrangement of furniture and showpieces or the perfect blend of contrasting vibrant colors, it is just hard to say that what makes this roof terrace’s interior mellifluous. It could be observed that a uniform pattern has been followed in the organization of all the rooms, at the same time an effort has been made to add a distinct flavor to each. s this roof terrace’s interior mellifluous. It could be observed that a uniform pattern has been followed in the organization of all the rooms, at the same time an effort has been made to add a distinct flavor to each.
Vintage is so amazing! This style gives coziness and warmness to any place, especially if, like in this case, several styles are mixed. The house is located in Melbourne, Australia and belongs to illustrator Paula Mills who decided to decorate her house herself, according to her taste. She decided to knock out some walls to create a lighter and brighter living space — a sort of blank canvas on which to layer more color and texture. The bits and pieces they’ve collected from the various places they’ve lived throughout the years — South Africa, England and now Australia — reflect a global aesthetic that is unique to their family and creates a comfortable and creative environment.
We’ve posted a lot of colorful rooms recently and it’s time to show you some cool dining rooms. Some of them feature a lot of colorful elements while some others have only several of them. You can easily use these ideas as to make a big upgrade of your dining are as to simply refresh it up. Enjoy!
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.
This modern bright and airy apartment is located in Brazil. Clear, modern sleek lines and black and white color scheme make the house airy and fresh. To add some softness, the designers used beige color, and to make colorful accents they put some bright furniture around. Giant windows form floor to ceiling let the day light in; a storage wall in the living room is a smart variant for storage. Thanks to white and beige the space looks bigger. Minimalist white kitchen with wood is made funnier with the help of colorful tiles on the left wall. They are all different and help to make the place alive. The same shade of brown wood used everywhere in the apartment gives a special feature to it. It’s like Brazil itself – bright, fresh and colorful, full of light.
It’s not always warm or sunny in some parts of Canada but this apartment will definitely give the owners some cheerfulness as it’s bright and colorful. A fusion of art deco details with something traditional and a little bit pop art style. Bright cushions, coffee tables, interesting pictures – all these details make the space lively and fresh. Rugs, wooden floors and comfortable furniture make the apartment cozy. The furniture and color of the walls are neutral to highlight bright accents. The chandelier in the bedroom is fantastic! Golden base and green bubbles look very unusual together and remind of summer.