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This London apartment belonged to photographer Simon Apton, and as soon as you look at the photos, you immediately understand that the owner is a creative person.
Not everyone takes a tree topper for Christmas tree décor but I can say that this thing can accentuate your tree and make it look really personalized.
From the makers of the super-portable T1 lamp comes an equally minimalist counterpart that feels right at home on the top of your desk.
This Japanese apartment is called Ao Studio by Keiji Ashizawa Design, and it was designed taking into consideration all the requires of the owners, who wanted to have a spacious open-plan apartment to rest from the fuss, to work and to have fun with friends.
Many of us face the problem of lack of space, and if you are one of us, this article is for you. We’ve already discussed space-saving Christmas décor ideas, and today let’s see what small Christmas trees you can take and hot to decorate them in the best way.
Today we see lots of original kitchen designs, let’s have a look at one more cool ideas – the EtKøkken (Akitchen) with its fantastic industrial appeal.
Los Angeles architect Ray Kappe built a multilevel house for his family back in 1967, and the results still resonate today.
Marsala has officially become the 2015 color of the year! If you don’t know what this color is, just remember Italian Marsala wine, it’s deep red.
Wanna make you kitty happy? Here’s a way! Delphine Courier has designed the CatCube, a geometric nest made from cardboard that is designed and manufactured in Belgium.
Located in an older part of Stockholm, this airy apartment in a protected 18th century heritage building received the sensitive restoration it deserved from London-based Scandinavian design duo Studiomamma.
Recyclable and renewable materials such as coconut and wood fibers, cardboard and cork are used to make eco-friendly and temptingly tactile screens, wall coverings and room partitions.
The English Mood Kitchen will add a touch of countrified glam to your home – and not just in your kitchen.
I’m a sucker for Scandinavian design: it’s characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality and has become such a popular design trend in the last few years.
If you have a closet at home, lighting is a very important thing for it: without it organization is much more difficult and you won’t want to get dressed in such a gloomy space.
Spanish studio MUT Design has created modular kitchen units from materials commonly found elsewhere at home: copper, ash and marble.
Somewhere in New York, away from the chaos of the city, its the frenetic pace and its daily madness, there is a quiet and calm countryside that hides beautiful landscapes and cozy charming farmhouses.
Many of us live in apartments in big cities and not in houses, we don’t have a terrace or a garden but there’s still a way to decorate your outdoors: make your holiday balcony look so cool that everyone would envy!
Designed by Willi Bruckbauer, this amazing kitchen features a large natural oak tree trunk (complete with bark) butting up to a thick concrete slab.
SAOTA together with interior designers Antoni Associates completed a dream holiday home in Shelley Point, South Africa.
Today we’ve prepared a whole list of wintery color combinations that go hand-in-hand with the cooler-temperatures and hot chocolate-sipping evenings.