Young Ukrainian designer Yaroslav Galant was inspired by the traditions and culture of his country and created this embroidered furniture. The collection includes poufs, a couch, several varieties of coffee-tables, a round dinner table, a bed, night-tables, a folding-screen, a wardrobe, a hanger, a chandelier and a bracket, TV-stand or equipment, as well as two kinds of wall panels, a bath, a wash-basin, four mirrors and benches. It’s made of Corian with the help of absolutely modern technologies that let colorful threads to be woven into the material. Galant fused old and new, traditions and the latest technologies, the furniture is a masterpiece.
This amazing home in modern style belongs to Danish jewelry designer Stine A. Johansen. Stine has decorated the apartment with a mix of design classics and flea market finds. The interior is very calm – white walls and simple wooden floor of natural color, all the furniture is also simple and minimalist, and this creates a great frame for the works of art displayed. All the objects are very colorful, they bring a fresh touch to every room. It’s kind of a classical Scandinavian home with bright accents made with the help of cool pictures.
The Ferre outdoor furniture proves yet again why minimalist pieces rule the area of furniture design. This elegant and fashionable furniture collection, which features a sofa, an armchair, dining table, and a low table, is designed by French designer Cedric Dequidt. The cushions used in the sofa and armchair are supple and cuddly, which makes it an enjoyable and comfortable experience. To complete the elegant touch of the collection, the dining table and low table have stylish glass table tops.
Happy Weekend! Check out this wonderful house in South Africa. The owners wanted a lot of light so when they bought the house they tore down many walls and made the house more open.
Where ever you sit in the house you can see the sky. They wanted a feeling of space and a feeling that one is out. They also have tried to have things all over the house that describes their lives. For example, driftwood which they found during a beach walks, beautiful worn furniture from European flea markets, etc.
Functional and simple modern furniture is tall in the saddle now. This storage unit called An Furniture by Seoul designers KAMKAM is inspired by ax sheets (A3, A4, A5, etc) have “Golden Ratio” that promotes productivity by keeping the dimensions always in the same ratio of width: length when they are folded in half. Each piece can be reconstructed or configured the way you need: you can create a closet, a bookshelf, a storage cabinet and a drawer. The piece looks like a furniture sculpture, it’s irreplaceable, especially if you live alone. The colors would match almost any space.
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.
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.
We all like plants! They make the space fresh, alive and cozy, plants give us oxygen. There are many modern pots for them – funny, with photos or just colored but these pots are also stylish. They are ideal for a minimalist light space where much color is not desired. Pots by Domenic Fiorello are beautiful and elegant. These are not only pots but also shelves. The designer assures us that the plants have everything they need in there even though you don’t see it. Still, because the pieces are made of wood, I think you should be careful with the amount of water of give to the plants. Also, you should choose small plants. You can place the pots anywhere on the wall so that they are a good space-saving solution. Style, comfort and neutral color – isn’t that a great combination?