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30 Unique Hanging Planters To Help You Go Green

Mi, 17.08.2016 - 18:02

Plants invigorate the home! In an era where connecting with nature often requires scheduled trips, bringing the outdoors inside is a welcome relief from the plaster and concrete that makes up our everyday surroundings. But what if you’re short on space to accommodate ordinary houseplants? This post has the answer! Hanging planters make it easy to start a vertical garden wherever you are. Whether you’re looking to enliven your office cubicle or want to freshen up the atmosphere of your apartment, this list of stylish planters is sure to offer some ideas. We know you’ll find something to suit your budding indoor garden no matter your style.


Buy It: $34   

Jellyfish Hanging Planters: Let’s start with something especially impressive, perfect for modern and classic interiors alike. Sea urchin shells form the body of the jellyfish and the long tendrils of the tillandsia air plants represent the hypnotic tentacles – just hang them up with the included clear string and enjoy the illusion of jellyfish floating gracefully as if underwater.



Buy It: $24   

Octopus Hanging Planter: Handcrafted in Italy, these air plant holders offer a different take on nautical style – this time, with an adorable sleepy octopus woven from soft yarn. These sweet octopi are available in a huge range of colors.



Buy It: $30   

Tiny Hanging Pot Planters: Macramé hangers are a classic part of any bohemian chic interior, retro and timeless all at once. The planters aren’t included, but the ones pictured here are just 4 inches in diameter to give a sense of scale.



Buy It: $47   

Hanging Shell Planters: These pure white ceramic shells would look beautiful within any decor style. Nautical themes are especially popular in bathrooms and kitchens, where air plants like these absolutely thrive due to the extra humidity.



Buy It: $52 for 1   

Cute Planters With Legs: They look like they could jump up and do a little dance at any moment! Fully glazed ceramic makes them easy to clean, but they don’t have drainage holes so be prepared with a little pea gravel instead.



Buy It: $25   

Overhead Hanging Planters: Ever wanted to grow an herb garden in your kitchen, but don’t have enough space to store the planters on shelves or counters? Unlike similar upside-down planters, these are made from high-quality ceramic for a more high-end aesthetic. A carefully engineered reservoir gradually waters the plants and a mesh panel keeps soil in place.



Buy It: $15   

Unique Vertical Succulent Planter: Triple up on your amount of succulent greenery without using up more space! These vertical planters are perfect for small spaces and the brass, silver, and bronze hues would look great in an apartment decorated with industrial or luxury themes.



Buy It: $135 for 3   

Porcelain Hanging Planters: Lather, porcelain, and maple come together to create charmingly simple planters that would look gorgeous in a Scandinavian or minimalist interior. The smooth matte finish allows the plants themselves to take center stage.



Buy It: $41   

Wood And Leather Wall Hanging Planter: Rustic and modern interiors alike would benefit from a simple wooden planter like this one. Straps are available in tan, red, green, blue, and black to match your favorite color palette.



Buy It: $60   

Hexagonal Wall Hanging Planter: Geometric decor is still hotter than ever! Hexagons are great for making modular designs – hang them flush together or spread apart, the choice is entirely yours to make. Each planter is handmade by artisans in California.



Buy It: $65 for 1   

Porcelain Wall Hanging Planters: Like river-polished stones, these ceramic planters feel organic and easy on the eye. Include these within a minimalist interior to help break an emphasis on straight lines or sharp forms.



Buy It: $27  

Novelty Hanging Planter: First things first – the planters themselves are not included with this set. Otherwise, the hangers themselves are a stylish solution for outdoor vertical gardens. This design is intended to hold any pot with a 6 inch diameter.



Buy It: $72   

Elephant Shaped Wall Hanging Succulent Planter: Here’s a fresh take on a vertical wall gardens! Turn your favorite succulent varieties into living artwork with this handmade wooden planter frame. Each one ships with ready-planted succulents and cacti over a bed of preserved Spanish moss.



Buy It: $74   

Humming Bird Shaped Wall Hanging Planter: Bird loves are sure to appreciate this one. The wood stain is especially impressive, giving the illusion of a verdant hummingbird over a smooth landscape. Use this piece in rustic or desert-themed interiors for a gorgeous effect.



Buy It: $69   

Owl Shaped Wall Hanging Planter: Owls are just too cool! This piece includes a reclaimed branch as a perch, enhancing its prominence as a 3D wall sculpture.



Buy It: $75   

Cat Shaped Wall Planter: Don’t forget feline aficionados! Everybody knows someone who can’t have enough cat-themed decoration in their lives. This would make a wonderful gift for a cat owner – vertical gardens are extra appreciated since kitties can’t dig in the dirt or eat the leaves as they might with ordinary houseplants.



Buy It: $79   

Tree Shaped Wall Planter: The best thing about cacti and succulents is the maintenance factor. They do best in indirect sunlight so you can hang them anywhere, they’re drought-resistant so they’re more likely to survive long vacations without their owners, and they’re quick to provide offshoots to expand your garden.



Buy It: $40   

Heart Shaped Succulent Wall Hanging Planter: Although the succulents are not included with this planter, the shape and idea are both very neat. Spread the love in your home by cultivating your own heart-shaped vertical garden anywhere.



Buy It: $13   

Hanging Glass Wall Planters: Plants that do well in water – like philodendron cuttings – look wonderful in transparent planters. Technically, these are likely a little too small to accommodate fish as the pictures show, but the transparency still makes it easy to include colorful stones to coordinate with your decor.



Buy It: $45   

Porcelain Planter Hung From Rope: Soft yarn rope and matte porcelain is a match made in heaven. This ceramic planter measures up at a petite 4 inches wide, perfect to hang in a small space like a compact home office or on the rare bare wall in the kitchen.



Buy It: $12   

Diamond Shaped Hanging Planter: Does your geometric decor theme need a touch of the organic? This planter combines the best of both worlds. Biodegradable 3D printing technology makes it perfect for the sustainable home. Drainage holes allow for a range of plant possibilities, although this piece would work well as a hanging holder for office supplies or other small objects as well.



Buy It: $30 for 2   

Coconut Shell Hanging Planter: Natural coconut shell gains a fresh second life as a beautiful planter. Thai artisans create each one by hand. This style would look equally at home in a tropical, bohemian, or Asian style interior theme.



Buy It: $33 for 2   

Hemispherical Hanging Planters: Made from resin rather than wicker as it appears, these planters are ideal for indoor or outdoor use. A sealed inner bowl and drainage plug make plant maintenance so much easier than more restrictive options.



Buy It: $35   

Hanging Planter With Wood Hook: So many hanging planters on the market are missing this one crucial element! This planter includes a natural wooden hook so you won’t be restricted to ceilings alone. This package includes the macramé sling and the hook so you can supply the planter you’ve been waiting to use.



Buy It: $38   

Modern Hanging Planter: Rugged PVC construction, stainless steel hanging cables, and ample drainage holes ensure this planter (and hopefully, the plants you put in them) can withstand the elements indoors or out.



Buy It: $35   

Triangular Hanging Planter: One of the most desirable features of hanging planters is the fact that you can choose a pot of any shape, not just flat-bottomed. This handmade cacti/succulent holder includes plenty of drainage holes to preserve the health of low-water plants.



Buy It: $12   

Conical Concrete Planter: Concrete is the ultimate decor material for industrial-themed homes. Complement your dedicated color palette with the selection of red, rose, or white accents. The rope hangers are included, but the plants are not.



Buy It: $76   

Scalloped Conical Planter: Celadon-glazed porcelain comes together in the shape of a cone, with one scalloped edge to provide visual interest beyond the plant that takes root inside. Organic hemp cord makes hanging easy and eco-friendly.



Buy It: $48   

Tapered Porcelain Planter With Drainage: Asymmetric decor is a growing trend in modern home design. This piece fits the bill just perfectly with its pinched seam and swirling folded reservoir. Leather cord offers a unique alternative to the typical chain link or woven string hanging options.



Buy It: $34   

Hanging Terrarium Planter Kit: Everything you need to grow vibrant low-maintenance tillandsia in one easy package. This set includes two vented terrariums with flat bottoms and twine hangers, attractive river pebbles, live green moss, and a convenient spritz bottle of air plant fertilizer to keep your terrarium looking healthy for years to come.


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3 Concrete Lofts With Wide Open Floor Plans

Di, 16.08.2016 - 17:50

Concrete, an open floor plan, and lots of space define these three gorgeous spaces and they prove lofts don’t always have to be cold and dreary. The first home featured uses chalkboard paint to highlight the raw feel of the space. Large windows and piped lighting make loft number two the perfect combination of modern and contemporary. Lastly, the third loft is a 3D design and is darker than the others. This home has large circular lighting and leather furniture.


Visualizer: Denis Bespalov  

Visualized by Denis Bespalov, this loft uses sunny yellow to add a pop of color to the space. Concrete walls and floors are warmed up by natural wood cabinets in the kitchen and bookshelves.




The kitchen bar sits perfectly behind the yellow couch. This makes watching TV while grabbing breakfast an easy task. A design like this also designates different living zones in a large space.




Keeping things wide and open, the kitchen shelving is designed without cabinet doors. You can see the different items artfully displayed. The designer carefully made sure that there was pops of yellow mixed in. The back side of the cabinet is also painted black to match the rest of the loft.




Black painted walls can sometimes be too dramatic and dark. In this home, the homeowners have the luxury of chalk paint! This fun accent adds life to the dark walls while still looking industrial chic.




The white metal barstools lighten up the room and are perfect against the black walls. A yummy breakfast is ready to be enjoyed on this floating bar. In the background you can see the chalkboard being used.




A large window in the kitchen lets in lots of natural light. The light wood of the cabinets looks organic and matches the rest of the raw feel of the space. A few stainless steel accents are kept out for visual interest.




Pretty jars filled with cooking ingredients make this loft feel like a home instead of a warehouse.




To not break up the darkness of the walls the outlets have been painted completely. This makes them hard to notice and does’t interrupt the design.



Visualizer: Landusheva Nastia  

This loft is a bachelor’s best friend. White walls marry wooden floors and concrete ceilings.




One of the most one-of-a-kind accents in this loft is the tubular light fixture above the table and chairs. Blending in, yet standing out, this light works well in this space.




A sunroom off the kitchen welcomes natural light but stays within the same color scheme as the rest of the home. By not closing this space off, more light can flood the large living area.




The kitchen island works in contrast with the rest of the cabinets. The cooktop is modern and the industrial exhaust makes a statement in the home. Gray oversized window treatments make the loft feel more lived-in.




From this angle in the kitchen looking toward the dining space and living room, the exhaust lines up with the TV. This makes a play on lines and visually brings the room together in an interesting way.




A textured backsplash in this loft breaks up the monotony of the wood grain cabinets. The under mount lighting makes it even more noticeable.



Visualizer: Nina Zaitseva  

This dramatic home has special accents that make it custom for the homeowners. Instead of using traditional sized brick for the exposed walls, the brick is elongated. This adds an interesting texture to the living room.





Round hanging lights give the dark loft an circular element. This shape is then repeated in the mounted clock on the wall. Each wall is adorned differently.




The rounded light fixture resembles a candelabra.Of course, the light can now be turned on with a flip of a switch. No need to light each “candle.”




The wooden table is a natural element invited into this otherwise industrial loft. The table is simple, yet contemporary. Gray upholstered chairs and a candle centerpiece bring it together.




Different seating options help define the different living areas in this open loft. The couches are where the living space can be, the dining table sets the dining space apart, and the kitchen island lets you know you’re now entering the space to prepare food.




The lights reflecting off of the hanging chandeliers draw your eyes upward. The reflection of the light on the concrete adds more texture to the room.




The kitchen is well appointed with lots of cabinet space and counter space. Instead of being bare, the designer left out three jars filled with food ingredients. This makes the space feel more inviting.




Candelabras are an interesting idea in this space. This lighting reflects an older time and then contrasts with the modernity of the reclaimed loft space.




One of our favorite rooms in all 3 lofts, this bedroom is the perfect blend of masculine and feminine. The chandeliers are light and elegant while the elongated exposed brick feels more rustic.




A soft love seat is placed at the end of the bed for additional seating. The TV is builtin while closet space surrounds it.




Scanning out a little further in this image, you can see there is a painting added to the right wall. This breaks up the brick design and adds more shape to the room.




The entryway to this home is simple, but overstated. You can see that the table is illuminated with multiple black pendents. This greets guests and lets them know that this space is different.




The floor plan of home three is a great way to get a feel for the space. There are two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a large entryway.


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3 Modern Style Apartments Under 50 Square Meters (Includes Floor Plans)

Mo, 15.08.2016 - 18:59

Did you ever think that an apartment of tiny size can’t pack a big style punch? Well, you’re wrong. These three are all under 50 square meters but are stylish and thoughtfully designed. There are many different ways to make a small space feel larger. To begin, you may want to have a space have multiple uses. An example would be a wall which can hold a T.V. and hold a desk for an office. You can also use vertical storage instead of laying everything on the ground. After moving around furniture and looking at layouts, you’ll be ready to make a small space look massive!


Visualizer: The Goort  

This bright and tiny apartment is located in Kyiv, Ukraine. Visualized by The Goort, this home is only 48 square meters.




This is one of the simplest ways to enjoy this multi-use room. The wall in the back, where the couch faces, has white storage closets and teal bookcases. It looks sleek and simple in this photo.




The designer makes the most of the space by having it serve different purposes. Here, a screen comes down from the ceiling. Movies and games can be projected onto this screen. Once you’re done using it, put it away to save space!




If you’re not watching TV or enjoying the simplicity of the space you can move the closet to reveal an in-home office! The teal blue background compliments the yellow accents and makes the surprise more stylish! The yellow side chair can be moved to be an office chair in seconds.




A peek around the corner of this tiny apartment reveals a cute kitchen. The teal backsplash matches the inside of the living room office. The small dinette chairs also match.




Tall ceilings in this small apartment are highlighted by lighting behind the built-in headboard. The room feels bright and full of color, even though there is only one yellow throw and a blue chair. This is proof that sometimes less is more.




Surprisingly, the bathroom has brown as an accent. The toilet and tile behind it are white but the rest of the room has brown accents. This gives the space an open feel and doesn’t overdo the teal and yellow.




The original floor plan of this small home was awkward and didn’t flow well. When you walked in the front door you walked into a closed off hallway. The kitchen and living room were separated by the bedroom.




The revised floor plan made the most of the space. Now, when you walk into the home you are walking into the living room. This is open and makes the space feel bigger. The bedroom has more privacy being in one corner of the home instead of in the middle.




Another great aspect of having the bedroom on one side is that the balcony is central to the living room and can be accessed from the main living space and not just the bedroom. This is good for entertaining. By moving the bedroom, the kitchen looks larger too.



Visualizer: Maxim Nizovkin  

This apartment is much more moody and masculine than the first. Visualized by Maxim Nizovkin, this home is only 45 square meters!




Blacks, grays, and whites are the only colors you see when you look at this Moscow apartment. In contrast to the darkness and masculinity, there is a photograph of a woman on the wall as the centerpiece. Although it brings a womanly touch to the room, it, too, is black and white.




A wooden countertop with barstools adds more seating for the living room and also opens the space up. The countertop is the same wood as the desk, which brings some consistency to the space.




Even though the apartment is made up of straight lines and shadows, there are elongated tubular lights hanging from the ceiling. These lights hang at different heights and are unique to the room.




Limiting the amount of accents make the ones that are included have more authority in the small apartment. Sketch figurines and black candle holders are simple, yet elegant.




The fun texture below the mounted T.V. is showcased with lighting. This makes the items on display feel as if they are extra special. A white vase breaks up the darkness of the candle holders.




By matching the couch and chaise lounger, the designer makes the furniture appear to be attached visually. This keeps the room from looking cluttered.




A home office has everything needed to get work done. Facing the window, this space is one of the main “zones” in the small apartment. When not in use, the chair can be swiveled around to offer extra seating in front of the television.




A white entryway draws attention to the mounted black and white photographs. There is a photograph of a woman, that defines the space, and a supporting image of two men in helmets.




The kitchen is filled with lots of light thanks to the oversized windows. The black window outlines give a fun architectural tie-in to the black accents and dark gray cabinets of the apartment. A high gloss backsplash reflects the rest of the room.




Black barstools make room for lots of guests and also offers a place to sit and enjoy a meal. The appliances in this apartment are tiny, but sleek and built-in with the rest of the kitchen.




Interestingly enough the high gloss backsplash of the kitchen makes the space feel bigger. It doubles everything since it’s mirrored and gives the illusion of more counter space.




You wouldn’t know a bedroom was hiding behind this large white wall in this Moscow apartment. Left to the entryway, your attention is brought to the kitchen and living room. You don’t realize there’s space that’s hidden.




When the wall is pulled back there is a step up bedroom! The bed is placed in a platform, which makes the room seem larger. There are drawers built into the platform which is perfect for extra clothing.




Both the tubular lights and the wall texture are repeated in this room along with the living room. Another feminine art piece, this time a painting, is hung in this room to combat the dark masculinity. Gray bedding is perfect and matches the rest of the home.




In this image you can see how the owner can close off the bedroom or keep it open when guests come. Sliding panels reveal the additional space and create privacy.




This floor plan shows how you would walk into the space and not realize there is a bedroom to your left. The bedroom is hidden until the panels are pulled back. This puts the focus on the main living spaces.



Visualizer: b4 team  

A cozy space is created in this small apartment which is create for a young couple. A thick rug is accented with pillows and low-to-the-ground seating.




More nooks and crannies invite the homeowners to curl up with a good book. This window seat has coordinating pillows and a fun red reading light.




A gallery wall in a small space can be pulled off! These art prints are carefully hung behind a kitchen table and chairs. There’s a good mix of white, pastels, and wood grain to keep the gallery from feeling too heavy.




When decorating a small space, remember to add varying heights with art. These art pieces are varied and added on top of each other.




This bedroom has an accent wall behind the bed and a fun rug to anchor it all together. The ceilings appear larger because the bed is nearer to the floor and so are the other seating options. Built in shelving that raises to the ceiling exaggerates the height as well.




From the other angle of the kitchen table and chairs you can see into the kitchen. White cabinets hide clutter but a bamboo shelf holds most used items for accessibility.




Don’t be afraid to leave pretty dishes out! This adds personality to your home and helps it look lived in. The fun geometric mugs balance out the organic bamboo cutting boards perfectly.




When you’re in a small space sometimes there isn’t a lot of closet space. Even if that isn’t the case in this home, there is an entire extra wardrobe room! A large mirror lets the homeowner get ready quickly. Large baskets keep seasonal clothing organized and put away.




The bathroom in this home is peaceful. White tile and a woven trash basket make this space feel relaxed and serene. When you have a small space, sometimes it’s best to keep the bathroom simple.




This image allows you to see the entire home from above. You can see where the unique rooms, like the wardrobe and reading nook, fall. There isn’t really a living room, but more livng little corners.




You can tell by the floor plan that this tiny apartment is truly different than most. There is a lounge zone and you must walk through the wardrobe to get to the bedroom.


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Tasteful Indoor Garden Inspiration In Two Open Layout Homes

Fr, 12.08.2016 - 19:12

Are you looking for houseplant inspiration that really stands out from the rest? These interior gardens just might inspire you to think even bigger. This pair of lovely modern homes uses indoor garden installations to draw the eye from anywhere in the room, a useful feature considering the scale of their spacious open layout interiors. Each home takes a different approach – the first features a freestanding bamboo garden, and the second adorns the wall with a vibrant vertical garden. Both techniques are easy to tweak to suit your needs, given a little DIY experience and a skilled green thumb.


Architect: KDVA Architects  

This interior in Moscow takes inspiration from the simple and balanced forms of traditional Japanese design. It boasts a 110 square meter layout, stretching its functionality with spare furniture and an open yet compartmentalized layout for a freer sense of movement. But the most striking feature just might be the carefully manicured bamboo garden occupying the junction near the main walking paths.




Bamboo is fast growing, hardy, and provides perhaps one of the easiest ways to create a miniature “forest” right in the home.




Outside of the vibrant green focal point, the rest of the interior sticks to a minimalist palette based on stone and sand. Natural textures keep things simple throughout.




Streamlined furniture and fixtures preserve the emphasis on pure space and form. This ultra-focused approach is challenging but worthwhile.




Basic metal framing serves as a coat rack at the entryway. There’s still plenty of space to add extra shelving or drawers if demand for storage increases.




The bedroom has a unique configuration with the mattress raised on an upholstered platform. It’s a comfortable place to sit and relax, enjoy the window view, or sprawl out with a book. Strong linear forms leave open space toward the ceiling – an uncomplicated view that won’t distract from sleep or concentration.




A unique volume houses the bathroom separate from the rest of the suite, looking almost like a passageway.




The tub’s position at the forefront of the bathroom space allows the resident to feel connected with the rest of the bedroom and even yields a sliver of the view through the window across the room.




Now let’s take a quick look at the children’s bedroom. This space breaks away from the neutrals and strict minimalism of the rest of the home and adopts a muted fuchsia to suit its young residents.




Offset beds help each sibling feel as if they have their own individual space.




A pair of workspaces overlooks the city below. Adjustable lamps, modular storage boxes, and delightful modern chairs make homework more comfortable.




Behind the bookshelf, a little furnished nook offers a somewhat private space to study or read.




While the rest of the home makes great use of light colors and simple surfaces, the bathrooms adopt a darker theme to create a relaxing atmosphere.




Just look at that distinctive shower fixture! It is reduced to its most basic components, drawing the eye like a bold yet minimalist sculpture.




Designer: Marta Gord   

This apartment was designed with a young family in mind. The open living room layout offers plenty of space for the two young children to roam and play, with natural elements and vivid colors to stimulate their senses. Inspiring typography and attractive modern decor keep the parents feeling happy and comfortable.




Two very different types of gardens spice up the interior. Behind the sofa, a variety of aquatic plants provides a comfortable habitat for the vibrant fish within.




This vertical garden serves as a stunning focal point near the television and is one of the first things guests see as they enter the home.




Decor represents all of the elements in turn: airy curtains, aquatic teal accents, grey stone tiles, faux fireplace, etc.




Functional storage solutions make it easier to keep the home tidy without going too far into the minimalism territory. Open shelves always add character.




The kitchen is a lovely open space decked out in textural grey cabinetry and playful tiles. Everything here is simple, smooth, and doesn’t detract from the decorative elements that benefit the living room as a whole.




Although the layout technically follows the principals of an open layout, smart dividers contribute toward effective compartmentalization.




Husk chairs (designed by Patricia Urquiola) further the geometric theme present throughout the living area.




Soft materials and subdued colors bring out the comfort of the bedroom. The headboard wall and bedframe are fully upholstered, and layered carpets give the feet a warm place to land first thing in the morning.




Patricia Urquiola’s popular Husk Chairs make a second appearance. They again tie into a geometric theme, this time with the chevron floors and rugs.




A private office area makes it easier for the parents to get stuff done while the kids spend time occupied elsewhere.




Glossy barely-translucent doors conceal the wardrobe for a neater appearance in the bedroom.




Finally, the very best part! This whimsical bedroom is incredible, almost like it comes straight from a storybook. Polka dots and magical pendant lights set the stage for imaginative play.




The younger child can feel right at home in the house-shaped bedframe, while the older child sleeps in the coveted spot facing toward the window.




Built-in features make this little study area just as useful as it is adorable. Cork boards, framed prints, organizers, calendars, and more. This bedroom has everything a growing child could want.



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Modern Masterpiece in Bel-Air

Do, 11.08.2016 - 17:31

Chances are, most of us will only get to lay eyes on a home such as this through our computer screens. Designed by Paul McClean, this mansion has a stunning seven bedrooms and twelve bathrooms! Found in Bel-Air, California, you’ll soon see that the dramatic city view is one of this home’s best features. You can see the twinkling lights of the city in almost every room. Along with a spectacular view, it appears that each bedroom has access to the expansive patios. With such lovely weather in California, the windows can be slid open and guests can wander outside and inside of the space.



Wouldn’t you love sitting on one these black couches and drinking champagne while looking over the city? The owners of this home get to do just that every day of their lives! This home has sweeping views of the twinkly lights at night.




There is much drama to be had in this massive mansion on a mountain in California. The electric fireplace runs the length of the stone wall. Black furniture in two different spots are anchored by rugs.



Architect: Paul McClean  

A large home bar makes entertaining easy as cake in this Bel-Air home. The bar has stone countertops and black barstools. Blue under shelf lighting in the back makes it look ultra cool.




Even during the day (or early morning) the room looks fantastic. Black leather furniture is highlighted with throw pillows and a few blankets. Two side tables, closer to the bar, are made with twisted stacked books.




It’s easy to take a dip in this beautiful infinity pool. The city sky meets the water perfectly and it feels as if you might drop off the side. Illuminated blue, this pool is more like a club in Las Vegas than a personal residence.




In this home, the seating never ends. On top of the seating by the pool, there are gray couches and chairs to lounge on. Stainless steel accents make the home look rich. The sculpture beside the couch and the legs of the coffee tables coordinate to bring the outdoor living room together. Green decor balls on the table break up the darker hues.




When you have such a massive space it’s important to designate different zones. Zones can be anchored by rugs. You can tell by looking at this room that there are three seating areas. The first is by the fireplace, the second is on the black rug between the two chairs, and the third is at the barstools.




White sleek floors are kept sparkling to mimic the use of lighting throughout the home. On either side of this living space you can see oversized chandeliers that hang from the ceiling. These lights give the room symmetry and an air of elegance. The dramatic lighting created by the canned lights in the ceiling is multiplied by the reflection in the stone wall.




The use of books to add accents in this space is inspiring. The acrylic bookstand in this image keeps a magazine or book open to a certain page for viewing. This is fun to direct guests to or to keep your place when you’re reading leisurely. The teal book on the left also adds another hue to the dark space. Don’t forget the throw pillows! A hint of shimmer comes off the pillows and matches the rest of the room.




In a home as grand as this you would expect it to have all the bells and whistles. This home theater is perfect for relaxing in with friends and family The color scheme is different than the rest of the home and there are many tan shades used. Tiered theater seating faces the screen and two sculptural cherries sit playfully on the coffee table. Cozy blankets are thrown over the couches and are made available for relaxing with.




One of the few places within this home without a view of the city, this hallway speaks for itself. The white walls and white floor floods the space with reflected light from the three pendents. A steel railing and steel baseboards are cohesive.




Almost every bedroom at 864 Stradella has access to the pool and a breathtaking view. This bedroom has very little color. The white bedding is modern and the white throw pillows keep the view as the focal point. The simple bench at the bottom of the bed is also unfussy.




This purple bedroom has a little bit more going on than the last bedroom. Placed on a thick gray rug, the bed is filled with purple bedding and throw pillows. There are different seating options throughout the room and there is a large mirror, leaning on the wall, which multiplies the view. A favorite accent is the pendent light which hangs in the corner to the right of the bed.




One of the most colorful items used in this home as an accent is the painting hanging on this bedroom wall. The painting has brighter neon colors and features a man playing guitar. The colors from the painting are then carried throughout the room. The red from the art is then duplicated on the two pillows on the bed. Everything in the space is symmetrical except the two pieces of art. One is on the side wall and the other is right above the bed.




With a closer look at the painting you can tell that it really does define the room. Even the magnificent cityscape in the background fades in comparison to the art.




This hallway in 864 Stradella is made of glass. You can see completely through it and inside it. A sculpture sits dramatically inside on the left and a cream walkway leads you to the opening doors.




From this angle, you can see the home bar as well as the large wine collection from outside. An outdoor walkway is perfect for a late evening walk. Each side of the house is artfully lighted and this gives the home a cinematic feel. The wine wall is backlit with blue.




An elongated fire pit welcomes guests and can be seen from the different bedrooms in the home. From here you can see the use of different lighting to give each area of the home a different energy and feel. A large grass awaits bare feet from the pool and bedrooms.




Meant for entertaining guests, this home has plenty of spaces dedicated to having a good time. This billiards room is modern. There is a high pile rug under the pool table and contemporary art hanging on the walls. A lit-up piece of art depicts a downtown city, which could be the same city that the home overlooks.




What a clever way to display your hundreds of bottles of wine! This wine wall is illuminated with a blue light and can be seen through the home. It’s canned lights on all sides treat the bottles as if they were rare paintings in a museum. Now we just wonder how they get the bottles down when they’re ready for a glass!




Counter space is something that comes in abundance in this Bel-Air home. Marbled stone gives the room a classic look while stainless steel appliances keep it up-to-date. A hostess won’t have to miss a minute of talk since the kitchen overlooks the living room.




The landscaping around this home is pristine. Lighting is used to create excitement and expectations up the drive. Shrubs are cut alongside the wall and you can immediately see through to the sculpture in the entryway.




With a massive California home comes a massive car collection. These sports cars call this showcase garage home. Black tile is lit up with lots of canned lighting. Each car is expertly parked and maintained.




Instead of looking like a garage, this space looks like showroom. Each luxurious car is parked at an angle. Why is there a need for flatscreen TVs in a garage? We’re not sure, but it looks cool!




When approaching 864 Stradella you’ll have to go through this gate which is lit up. In the background you see parts of the home and can see the tall ceilings and windows of glass.




Another outdoor space in this home has white flooring that blends in with the inside of the home. There are sculptures in the garden that are lit up and meant to be enjoyed.




In this image, you can see the dining room table which has access to outside. Once outside in a courtyard the flooring seems to match that of inside. There is a flatscreen TV, a fire pit and a couch to relax on. Different spaces in the home are interconnected by their access to outside.


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Beautiful Modern Minimalist Loft With A View

Mi, 10.08.2016 - 18:14

This beautiful home is located near Lviv, Ukraine. Designed by Marta Gord, there is a keen use of cozy gray hues used all throughout the home. Even though moody shades are embraced, the home feels light and airy. Lots of natural light fills the rooms and the tall ceilings make the space feel larger than it is. The use of line art on the walls in the different rooms also brings character to the home. Along with the gray, a light pink is used as an accent color. This breathtaking industrial loft with a view is the perfect place for a young family to grow.



Your eye immediately is drawn to the fun line art hanging on the wall in this loft-like living room.




You can see in this image that there is a hallway that overlooks the living room. By using a glass railing, the space seems more open and airy.




To add to the airy-ness of the space, a large sketch of flowers is placed on the left wall. This is then accented by white and silver pendents that are organically bended every which way.




When looking up, you can see that the wood of the ceiling and loft space is kept natural. This gives a raw feel to the space but also warms up the gray. A light pink is used to bring both the dining table and couch together. There are pink throw pillows on the couch and coordinating cushion pillows on the dining table chairs.




A view such as this brings green into the space and helps define the room. Large windows cover the walls and there’s a view of the outdoors along the entire side of the home.




The contrast of the orange fire and white brick is artistic and creative in this space. When you mix in the marble steps, all of the elements come together and create a one-of-a-kind aesthetic.




Anything other than a light, wispy sketch of flowers wouldn’t have worked in this loft living room. Without taking away from the outdoors, the black and white drawing is fun and unfinished. This speaks to the space since there are a lot of natural elements used, like the natural wood grain accents.




One of the other colors used in this home is light pink. This abstract art piece is perfect leaned up against a low-to-the-ground shelf. It adds height to the room and a contrast in color. The texture is also complimentary to the wood grain on the shelves.




A white entryway to this home hides coats and other accessories. The sleek steel handles work well with the rest of the room. As you look into the living room, you notice there’s a wooden coffee table that looks like it brings the outdoor view in.




Large custom gray shelves make organizing easy in this home office. Along with the built-in desk, there is a love seat where the home owner can mix up their seating. A few throw pillows and a throw helps the space feel informal.




On the other side of the room you can see another black and white floral sketch art piece hanging on the wall. This piece is related to the other art used in the living room. The art tells a story. Even though we know that flowers are bright and colorful, this piece is black and white. This tricks out mind into thinking of more colors, even though the space is gray. The green rug on the floor helps bring more life to the study.




This master bedroom is masculine and sculptural. Two large pendent lights illuminate the bed and make it feel like it’s more of a stage production. Lighting behind the wall adds even more drama to the room.




You can’t miss the expansive view while enjoying a meal or paying bills at this dining table. Fun pendents in organic shapes draw the eye upward and outward onto the rolling hills. Pink cushions connect this room in the industrial loft to the others.




A view of the open floor plan helps the reader know where things are located in the home. The living room, dining space, and kitchen are all within a few feet of one another. Each is connected to the cement-like beam which is in the middle of this image.




When designing a home, it’s always a good idea to think of things practically. Even though a T.V. doesn’t really fit into the theme of the house, the designer made the most of the large wall by adding a projector. The home owners can enjoy films on their large white wall from different zones on the first floor.




Not much hardware is used in this kitchen. Instead, each cabinet is opened without handles. This style choice adds to the sleekness of the home and affirms that there is a minimalistic style here.




This type of kitchen, using grays and marble, can easily become too cold and sterile. Instead of being boring and void of life, the designer added under-the-counter lighting. This warm glow under the bar makes all the difference.




Even the bathroom has some light pink accents! If you look closely, you’ll notice the toothbrush holder and kleenex holder are both pink. This small color addition connects the rest of the home and adds a fun twist on the gray.




A loft isn’t a loft unless it has a spacious bathroom with a soaking tub. This tub is deep and perfect for relaxing in. Details have been thought out, like the towel warmer hung on the wall above the tub and the ledge holding candles behind the toilet.




White, spa-like towels make this bathroom feel like a retreat. Two simple candles are lit on the ledge behind the toilet. You’ll also notice the cover for the toilet brush is – you guessed it – light pink. By using a color like this throughout the home, it seems calculated and interconnected.


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Superhero Home Decor For Themed Rooms & Parties

Di, 09.08.2016 - 18:45

Superheroes are one of those pop culture interests that nobody really grows out of. Even if you don’t want to go all out with superhero decor in the living room, these accessories are perfect for a home office or bedroom – appealing to mature comic fans and enthusiastic children alike. Many are inexpensive enough to work as themed party decorations, while others would make wonderful gifts for dedicated and knowledgeable collectors. Need more ideas? Make sure to check out our other “geeky” accessory guides too, including this collection of Star Wars decor and this Game of Thrones collectibles mega-list.


Buy It: $100   

Captain America Shield: Glossy, bright, and substantial, this 24-inch replica of Captain America’s shield is sure to make an impression alongside your Marvel collection – and cosplayers will be glad to know that it includes the arm straps too.



Buy It: From $10   

Avengers Throw Pillows: Add some color and character to your living room with this modern range of pillows featuring Avengers members past and present. The full collection includes other favorites like Nick Fury, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, and so many more. The entire series color coordinates pretty well so you can assemble your own dream Avengers team.



Buy It: $20   

Superhero Alphabet Throw Pillow Cover: Not only does this pillow bridge the unique intersection between superheroes, typography, and 8-bit style artwork. And where else can you find decor that combines Marvel and DC Comics characters all in one tidy design?



Buy It: $20   

Minimalist Superhero Throw Pillow Cover: Are you looking for decor that speaks to your inner comic book buff without raising questions from guests that aren’t quite as savvy. This pillow cover would also make a nice compromise if your housemate has banned pop culture memorabilia in the living room.



Buy It: $30   

Iron Man Poster: This pair of prints is part of a series that juxtaposes iconic superheroes with the “face behind the mask” at least as far as recent box office hits are concerned. Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man definitely made an unforgettable impression on comic fans – and introduced a whole new generation to the series in the process – which is more than worthy of a little fine art recognition.



Buy It: $35   

Bat Man Poster: Here’s another pairing from the same print series, this time featuring Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016).



Buy It: $25   

Minimalist Batman Vs Superman Poster: Sweet and simple, two familiar profiles in one clean minimalist print. The printmaker can accommodate any size upon request, but the listed price is for a 13″ x 19″ print.



Buy It: From $19   

Batman & Catwoman Posters: These beautiful watercolor-style prints would look good anywhere. It often proves especially difficult to find tasteful prints featuring Catwoman – and home decor showing this mysterious duo together is even harder to find.



Buy It: $9   

Batman – Arkham Origins Poster: Gamers and Batman fans alike are sure to appreciate this poster featuring Batman against a backdrop of villains. This poster is sized at 12″ x” 21, not too big but large enough to stand out even in a lavishly decorated game room.



Buy It: $4   

Justice League Minimalist Style Poster: It’s hard to go wrong with minimalist artwork, and this poster is just perfect for a Pop Art deco style. Plus, if you’re excited about the new long-awaited Justice League films in the making, this poster will keep that anticipation topped up to the max.



Buy It: $2   

Avengers Minimalist Style Poster: Here’s a similar poster in an even more minimalist style, this time for Marvel fans. This poster reduces each character to only their most recognizable features – easy for longtime fans to identify. The colors are bold and modern, and the price is low enough to serve as decor for a one-off event like a birthday party or perhaps a viewing party for the anticipated 2018 film.



Buy It: $9   

Wolverine Poster: Featuring official movie poster artwork from the 2013 film, this poster’s distinctive ink wash style is a nod to the film’s setting in Japan. It’s stylish and simple but most of all it’s a must-have for fans of the film or even just the character.



Buy It: From $99   

Superhero Shadows Die Cut: How cute are these? If you’re searching for superhero-themed artwork to hang in a nursery or child’s bedroom, it would be hard to find a more inspiring choice than these incredible die cut prints by Jason Ratliff. Each one is precision cut from thick aluminum and comes with a certificate of authenticity.



Buy It: From $40   

Realistic Superhero Figurines: Kotobukiya is a Japanese figure manufacturer known for quality and attention to detail, easily surpassing anything else in a similar price range. Each officially licensed figure includes a magnetic base for easy display – a great choice for serious collectors. Koto has created figures for each of the most popular Avengers in both classic and modern costume styles.



Buy It: $41   

Iron Man Bookends: These stylish bookends are made of weighty plate metal stamped into the shape of Iron Man’s profile as he blasts off into the sky. Check out the other options for Hulk and Spider-Man options too.



Buy It: $61   

Batman Bookends: Encourage kids to read along with Batman with this minimalist pair of black bookends.



Buy It: $11   

Hulk Mug: This 12 oz. ceramic mug is perfect for people who really need to have their morning coffee before playing nice with others in the morning. When coworkers see the big green fist, they’ll know not to mess with Hulk when he’s angry.



Buy It: $23   

Iron Man Helmet Night Light: These lights are too cool! The 3D effect is an optical illusion – the panel is actually flat, but the creative geometric wireframe style makes it appear to stand out like a hologram. Change the light color to suit your decor, or smoothly cycle between all seven options with the automatic color change mode.



Buy It: $22   

Iron Man Night Light: Here’s another version in the same style as the previous light, this time featuring Iron Man’s entire bust. Both models come with USB adaptors so they can plug right into your desk at work or at home.



Buy It: $45   

Hulk Fist Wall Light: “HULK SMASH!” Kids and adults alike can appreciate useful collectibles like this one. This battery-powered wall light can affix to just about any surface, perfect for use as a bedside lamp or convenient nightlight. The 3D cracked-effect decal completes the package for a more convincing look.



Buy It: $30   

Thor’s Hammer LED Night Light: Thor’s Hammer Mjolnir is powerful enough to destroy mountains. But in this case, Thor (mercifully) just wanted to redecorate a little. It looks just like any other piece of 3D wall decor in the daytime – nobody would even know that it’s a light until you turn it on.



Buy It: $30   

Captain America Shield Night Light: One of the most versatile offensive and defensive weapons in the Marvel Universe, Captain America’s shield is truly an icon. This piece provides soft directional light ideal for a nightlight or accent, but it’s not so bright as to keep children awake at night or distract from the screen in a media room.



Buy It: $48   

Iron Man Hand LED Night Light: Repulsors might be Iron Man’s primary weapon – and a powerful one at that – but they make a wonderful accent light as well. Crafted from the same lightweight plastic as the other superhero lights mentioned previously, this piece is light enough to hold secure with screws or even ordinary sticky tape for easy attachment anywhere.



Buy It: From $38   

Superhero Wall Lights – Iron Man: In addition to the glove, this series also includes a mask light for anyone who wants to go all out with an Iron Man theme. The glove and mask look awesome together!



Buy It: $90   

Superhero Wall Decal – Avengers Bedroom Wall Mural: Can an accent wall get any cooler than this? This mural kit ships in sturdy strips for easy application. The full size comes to just over 12 feet in width and 8 feet in height but can easily be trimmed to fit a smaller wall.



Buy It: $95   

Superhero Comforter – Avengers: This comforter features striking full color characters from the Avengers Assemble animated series. The logo even glows in the dark!



Buy It: $32   

Superhero Rug – Justice League: Classic character logos, bright colors, and super appeal… this large rug is the perfect piece to tie together a superhero themed room. Looped nylon design and strong non-slip backing makes it easy to clean, and the 54″x39″ size is impossible to overlook.



Buy It: $28   

Superman Bottle Opener Ring: Impress your friends with your super strength by opening bottles with your bare hands! This bottle opener ring is stylish enough on its own, but the party trick potential makes it worth a look. This item would also make a nice gift for the friend who has everything.



Buy It: $10   

Batman Multi Tool: It may not come close to the incredible array of gadgets that make The Dark Knight so effective at his job, but this handy multi-tool will take you a step closer. This keyring includes a bottle opener and two screwdrivers (Phillips and flathead).



Buy It: $5   

Batman Power Outlet Sticker (US): Okay, so this is awesome. Electrical outlets are a little boring once you get over the cute surprised face thing, but this simple sticker instantly turns this ubiquitous fixture into the ultimate crime fighter. It’s extremely subtle as far as decor goes but Batman-loving friends are sure to lose it when they finally notice the Caped Crusader as an outlet.



Buy It: $79   

Beautiful Batman Statue: Rendered in a modern low-poly style, this geometric Batman statue combines fandom and fine art. It’s crafted from ceramic plaster and stands 14 inches tall – simple and stoic but nonetheless impressive.



Buy It: From $5   

Batman Laptop Decals: Available in a huge range of styles and sizes, laptop decals are a great non-permanent way to make an impression at work or school. While the light-up Apple logo makes these decals even cooler, many would look just as good on any other type of laptop or appropriately sized device. Don’t forget to consider other flat surfaces like phone cases, mirrors, and car windows!



Buy It: $750   

App Controlled Bat Mobile: Now THIS is the ultimate toy for superhero fans. This rugged RC recreates the speed, sounds, and lights of the Tumbler Batmobile as it appeared in Batman Begins.



Buy It: $20   

Captain America Wall Clock: This small plastic wall clock is just the right size to go near a desk, in a kid’s room, or inside of a collector’s curio cabinet.



Buy It: $25   

Captain America Waffle Maker: Are you looking for a housewarming gift but want to make absolutely sure it’s something the recipient doesn’t already own? This waffle maker is the ticket. It makes a single round waffle with the standard grid pattern on one side and imprints the design of the Cap’s shield on the other side.



Buy It: $80  

Superhero Cookie Cutters: Goodies from these delightful Avengers cookie cutters would bring a happy smile to any fan’s face.



Buy It: $127  

Batman Bathroom Set: Deck up your bathroom with this 12 piece set that includes bath & hand towels, wash cloths, wastebasket, toothbrush holder & soap dispenser.



Buy It: $13  

Superhero Shower Curtain: Get the best of both the comic universes in this one cool shower curtain!


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Bold Decor In Small Spaces: 3 Homes Under 50 Square Meters

Mo, 08.08.2016 - 20:28

One of the safest ways to decorate a small space is to simplify everything – subtle patterns, light colors, limited decor, clean lines, etc. These techniques can indeed make a room appear larger and less cluttered, but guidelines like these might seem a little restrictive to all but the most dedicated minimalists. But there’s good news too! The three homes outlined in this post definitely fall on the smaller side (ranging between 30 to 50 square meters) but their bold decor themes feel larger than life. In fact, they break all those stodgy rules and end up even better for it.


Designer: ILYA Derkach  

Let’s start with an extra compact interior. This apartment occupies only 30 square meters – but the designer didn’t let the compact floor plan limit creativity even one bit. The living room opens with a pair of portraits that immediately draw the eye, setting the stage for the vivid color palette and strong geometric themes used throughout the home.




Despite the emphasis on color and texture, the white background really helps make this space work. The simple backdrop allows every creative element to stand out individually, rather than blending into a homogeneous theme.




It’s also fun to point out some of the ingenious layout techniques that keep the interior feeling open and spacious. This independent volume houses the bedroom on one side and a compact kitchen on the other.




Smart composition makes a huge impression without the need to fill a space with “stuff”. Everything in this compact dining arrangement uses lightweight forms and materials but proves visually substantial.




The pendants are from the Lampframe collection by Herr Mandel. Edison bulbs provide a soft diffused glow appropriate for a shadeless fixture like this one.




Smart storage solutions keep the kitchen looking tidy. A thin bar runs across the length and holds hanging spice shakers, a hanging storage rack, and could other accessories like hand towels or utensils too.




Galley kitchens without windows often run the risk of looking too dark. Here, glossy surfaces preserve what little sunlight the space does receive. Even the door joins in!




Laundry appliances hide behind an ordinary-looking cabinet door, blending right in with the rest of the kitchen.




The kitchen leads directly to the entryway where a closet awaits to organize shoes and coats. The other side of the closet has a small shelf with drawers to serve as a catchall of sorts.




On the other side of the hallway, a little table doubles as a dressing vanity and shoe rack. This arrangement makes it easy to freshen up before heading out the door.




Designer: ILYA Derkach  

Next up is a home that blends functionality and ornament – every object serves a purpose while similarly contributing to the overall aesthetic. The result is an interior style that mixes traditional design with industrial style, establishing a huge personality despite its limited floor plan.




Without much space for extraneous decoration, the open living room instead relies on texture. Exposed brick and weathered wood feel rustic compared to the urban vibe of the concrete.




Although the general layout of the interior is very linear, it’s interesting to note how the flooring lines up with the doorway rather than the primary walls. The diagonal flow instills an irresistible sense of motion.




This chair is an iconic piece of late midcentury design created by Arne Jacobsen in 1958. The cage lights are a modern interpretation of a classic utilitarian style, perfect for this mixed-era home.




Overall, the living room feels like home. It’s adaptable and warm, purposeful and light, and uses its straightforward layout to its fullest potential.




The bedroom features a bit of variation. It maintains a similar style as the living space but emphases the rustic elements over the modern. Metal features and geometric decor don’t lose sight of the home’s underlying industrial theme.




Weathered wood and leather-toned textiles give the room a touch of downhome cottage appeal. Speaking of weathered wood, it’s one of the few high-end materials that takes well to nails – perfect for an art collector that likes to rearrange often.




These wall lamps are a wonderful example of industrial engineering converted to the design world. This style was designed by Jean-Louis Domecq to facilitate his mechanical work – the name Jieldé comes from his initials (JLD).




Visualizer: AGNIESZKA GRACZYKOWSKA  

While the first home in this post used sleek modern design with a geometric twist and the second home combined rustic and industrial themes, this final apartment is the perfect combination of all four styles: modern, geometric, rustic, and industrial. The combination of materials used here are incredible, at once raw and luxurious.




Natural wood, concrete, and neutral textiles define the living room. Geometric lighting serves as a large statement piece without feeling overwhelming.




At just 33 square meters, this home contains several unique layout solutions. This cabinet makes room for laundry right in the living room – the washer and dryer are stacked behind the brown panel with a wardrobe behind the striped one.




The kitchen is tucked away into a small alcove. It doesn’t have the benefit of natural light but seems to embrace its situation with dark materials.




Wires span one of the kitchen walls, serving as a convenient place to hang hand towels and even extra chairs.




Geometric tiles like these add a real sense of depth to the backsplash.




Although the kitchen has plenty of storage, there are a few more cabinets just outside.




The bedroom ramps up the classic appeal with uniquely grained wood and a leather headboard. Decor remains simple for the most part, but those pendant lights and empty frame combination would make an incredible DIY project.




Headboard walls are a great candidate for bold design, but many designers leave the opposite side of the room simple for good reason – fewer visual distractions makes it easier to wind down before bed.



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Small Homes That Use Lofts To Gain More Floor Space

Do, 04.08.2016 - 17:00

The sky is the limit when tall ceilings meet compact floor plans. The homes featured in this post sacrificed some of their impressive height for the sake of gaining more usable square footage – and the results are pretty fun to admire. Many of these interiors take the traditional approach by placing a bedroom in the lofted area, but others break the mold by using their newfound second floor for other purposes like a home office or library. While loft living isn’t a great solution for the stair-weary, it’s still a neat option for people who want to put their extra vertical space to work.


Designer: ILYA Derkach  

Designed to mimic the freedom and playfulness of a treehouse, this interior makes great use of its impressive 4-meter-tall ceilings. A comfortable bedroom occupies the loft space, leaving plenty of room for functional areas like the kitchen and hallway beneath. The staircase is compact but just the right depth to contain useful storage cabinets.




The living room enjoys the full atrium-like effect of the apartment. Tall windows brighten the interior upstairs and down. Accent colors tend toward the darker side of the spectrum, but the ample natural light makes it work beautifully.




Between the windows remains a strip of wall just wide enough for a tiny dining table and television. Not an inch of space is wasted.




Just check out this smart layout! A cabinet in the hallway hides the laundry space, just around the corner from the bathroom. The kitchen is small but contains all the necessities – the white surfaces banish shadows that might feel oppressive as part of the living room.




Upstairs decor remains much more casual and homey. It’s clearly a space to relax, reflect, and decompress at the end of the day. The head of the bed aligns perfectly with the window to allow a view of the outdoors.




The position of the loft bedroom provides plenty of privacy on its own, but the shuttered doors surely help to diffuse a bit of the noise and light without disrupting airflow – convenient when guests are crashing on the sofa downstairs.




Of course, when you’re dealing with a room this tall, pendant lamps can make all the difference. These pendants from Sandra Lindner feature beautiful copper accents toward the top, so they look just as gorgeous from above as they do from below.




Designer: Whiteline Design Studio   

Unlike most living spaces that include a loft, this one is part of a freestanding home rather than an apartment – a beautiful example of the “tiny house movement”. Downsized living spaces are praised as a way to minimize, clarify, and eliminate some of the complexities of modern life. This home accomplishes all of this without sacrificing an ounce of style.




The layout is heavily linear, transitioning from the living room to the kitchen and finally leading to the entrance. A wooden ladder leads up to the lofted bedroom.




While the living room enjoys the full height of the building, the dining room and kitchen occupy a cozier spot beneath the loft. Modern pendant lights hang low to the table to create a more intimate atmosphere.




Contrast plays a key role. Many of the cabinets remain dark to prevent the appearance of crowding and to hide the shadows within the open shelving above – sometimes using dark colors can make the rest of the interior feel brighter.




The bedroom feels wonderfully cozy beneath its black vaulted ceiling. One group of cushions serves as the bed, and the other pulls double duty as seating or a guest bed.




Visualizer: Andrew Chiniakov  

This space is part of an interesting mobile housing project titled WoodBox3x6, where every square meter of the ultra-compact interior realizes its full functionality and purpose. A realized version of this concept would include solar panels and wind generators, passive water collection, and other environmentally friendly features.




Although this home is packed with interesting features, the loft solutions are worth admiring. This home actually features two lofts – the library, featured here, is accessible from an extremely streamlined staircase.




A wider staircase provides a more comfortable route to the lofted bedroom. Storage cubbies, a full-size closet, and a small kitchenette all take advantage of the extra space.




Visualizer: Big nose   

Dramatic panels give this loft interior a very cohesive aesthetic from top to bottom. It’s natural, warm, and has a distinctive vintage undertone that really brings out the best of its modern side. An ultra-functional furniture arrangement ensures that the residents are able to work and play without obstruction – just as if it were a conventional apartment.




Natural materials and low-profile furniture keep the interior feeling light and casual – a versatile aesthetic for a compact home where formality might feel too restrictive.




In an interior otherwise dominated by warm tones, the blue portion of the sectional draws the eye with temperature contrast.




Without room for a guest bed, a spacious sofa like this one pays for itself. Sofas with armrests are more comfortable for day-to-day lounging but this one combines the best of both worlds.




The wires in the foreground support the staircase. The form is industrial but the brass-colored coating lends a touch of luxury.




Omitting the staircase risers allows sunlight to penetrate deep into the home. There’s no obstruction, no shadows.




And, even though there’s not much room for other objects beneath the stairs, this bicycle has found quite a nice home there. Other residents might use this space for a sideboard cabinet or small desk.




Here’s a view of the tiny office on the loft level. Although there isn’t a clear shot of the bed, this little area is inspiring too.




Visualizer: Lai Yanan   

This interior uses dynamic angles to instill a sense of movement and energy, overcoming one of the major boundaries that a carefully tailored compact home usually faces. A variety of planes not only disperses the concentration of decor for a better sense of balance but it also increases the perceived height of the already impressive ceiling.




The master bedroom actually occupies the main floor of the building while an office enjoys the loft – an unconventional but very effective choice.




Guests can dine or sleep on the wide bench seats that surround the dining table. Skip to the end of this section for a better idea of the multipurpose nature of each space.




The bathroom countertop lifts to provide access the tub, and a wooden platform lowers to cover it.




This visualization details just a few of the hidden platforms scattered throughout the home.




Visualizer: Jarek Banas  

Although more difficult to accomplish from an architectural standpoint, “floating” lofts are visually powerful. This interior places the staircase against the wall and suspends the bedroom above the living area as its own little island. Glass bannisters preserve the line of sight without compromising on safety – a very light look.




The low-profile bed allows for a clean line of sight in all directions, to the double-height window in the atrium to the unique balcony to the left.



Visualizer: Dian Maulidi  

And finally, here’s a look at a space efficient interior with the decorative appeal of a truly luxurious home. The sophisticated palette of high-end materials could make residents forget they’re in a compact home. This layout would work wonderfully as a guest suite within a larger residence, using the same amount of space that others might dedicate to a home theater or ordinary guest bedroom.


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25 Amazing Attic Bedrooms That You Would Absolutely Enjoy Sleeping In

Mi, 03.08.2016 - 16:54

When you were a child, you probably dreamed of having a space to yourself in the attic! Whether it was a bohemian escape with beautiful textiles and art, or a white washed room with modern accents, these 25 attic bedrooms will have you renovating in no time! Each space has unique architectural details like exposed wooden beams or interestingly shaped windows.


Visualizer: Fernando Morrisoniesko  

This rustic attic bedroom is striking. The chandelier made from antlers is lit up by the natural light let in by the large window. Wooden walls and a wood burning fireplace make this space so cozy.



Visualizer: Houzaifa Al Jandali  

Instead of being closed-in, like you may think an attic would look, this room is bright and open. The textured bookshelf above the platform bed acts as a headboard and an accent piece. Brightly colored ottomans give more seating for guests.



Visualizer: Dasha Maistat  

All white isn’t boring in this stunning attic space! The exposed wooden beams contrast against the white walls. The bed is adorned with gray bedding and a black painted built-in bookshelf grabs the viewer’s attention. Instead of keeping the floors a natural wood color, the designer has painted them white to keep the attention on the beams in the room.



Visualizer: Artroom Studio  

An attic space is open and inviting with large windows. Wooden floors are kept light and not too dark so that the entire space feels open and inviting. The only black used in this room is the inside of the windows and the mounted art above the gray bed. White window covers make it easy to shield out light when you’re needing more shut-eye.



Visualizer: Vladimir Bolotkin  

One of the best parts of having an attic bedroom is that you can use as much creativity as you’d like! This bedroom has a teal wall and lots of industrial lights hanging above the bed. A favorite accent is the glass separator that divides the bed and the master bathroom. A freestanding tub and rectangular white sinks give this space a modern flair.



Architect: PL Architekci  

The architect PL Architekci must believe in the simplicity of design. This attic bedroom looks dreamy and cozy at the same time. The large angled windows invite air in and the bed on the ground make it feel like a real escape. Books ad a cup define this space as an introvert’s paradise. A clear acrylic lamp and black framed art piece balance each other out.



Designer: Alexey.Obrazcov  

Even though the only orange item in this room is the throw on the bed, it immediately grabs your eyes! The simple bare wood of the walls is perfect because of the triangular architectural details crawling up the them. The white floor extends to the bed and the headboard. Textures are kept simple to draw attention to the accent wall.



Visualizer: Guilherme Alexandre  

Built-in storage is a must when you have a strange shaped room like an attic. The white closets and drawers help keep clothes and accessories organized and out of sight. The natural wood of the bed works well with the gray reading lights and light wooden floors. If you look closely, you’ll also notice the two lights hanging from the ceiling which have yellow cords.



Visualizer: Yuriy Bobak  

The visualizer Yuriy Bobak decided to illuminate the architectural detail in this attic bedroom. The beam that runs the width of the room has under lighting. This gives it an ethereal glow. The bed is kept low to the ground and white. Storage items, like baskets and white boxes are used as nightstands and organizers.



Visualizer: Bartosz Domiczek & Szymon Tworz  

Don’t be fooled by the black and white artwork hanging on the back wall of this attic! At first glance it may seem like a window, but it is not. The window in the space is located on the left wall. Canned lights can be moved to fit the owners needs at the top of the room. Closets are kept white and closed to hide contents while the bookshelves are open and show off a fun collection of books!



Visualizer: Nikolay Yarin  

The beauty of the blue sky is highlighted in this chic attic bedroom. A bachelor’s paradise, this room has tall ceiling and oversized windows. The bed is black and matches the black of the inside windows, the black art above the bed, and the black storage on the right wall. The light let in by the windows also adds a fun texture on the bed and on the floors. Skinny, narrow black metal lanterns give the room a masculine energy.




Everything above the bed in this attic bedroom is white and simple. Once you get to the bed-level you’ll see a gray block design and wooden shelves. A purple rug brings a little bit of color to the room and the repetition of the block design is mimicked in the built-in storage closets on the left.



Visualizer: Casa Della  

Wood walls don’t make this bedroom look dark because they are lit up by the large angular window. The white platform bed contrasts well with the wooden accents and matches the modern floor rug. A quaint desk is tucked away in the corner, which makes this attic feel feminine and delicate.



Visualizer: Lev Kononov  

Every single thing in this attic is a light wood grain. the only things that aren’t are the bedding, which is neutral, and the lamp shade. The result? A room that feels as if it is blending effortlessly with the outdoors. The simple windows give glimpses of pine trees outside and the rest of the room seems to have been designed around them.




Moody and dramatic, this master suite in the attic is a penthouse of sorts. The walls are white near the windows but the ceiling is a dark wood. If you look further into the room, you can see the bathroom is hidden behind the black closets. The freestanding stainless steel tub is private, thanks to the wall, but also benefits from the natural light. A red lamp adds a striking color contrast.




Although this is an attic bedroom, there are stairs that lead to another space in the home…upward! The chalkboard-like black accent wall behind the bed offers some diversity among the white accents. The “Y” shaped beams make the room look architecturally interesting. Lastly, the strange looking brown chair gives the room a whimsical and historic feel.



Visualizer: Tuisuz  

With the curtains closed, you can tell the main point of focus in this bedroom is not the windows. The cushion-like base of the bed seems to be the focal point. White wooden beams cross across the top of the room and an intricate rug holds everything together. Visualizer Tuisuz embraces gray and makes it look layered in this room.




Feminine and airy, this attic bedroom plays on the colors fuchsia and purple. The closet is white and the walls are white. The only colored accents are painted on the built-in shelves, used on the headboard, and bedding. A metal lamp reflects the other colors and shines on the angled wall.



Designer: Up Interiors  

Bright and white, the only thing holding this attic bedroom down is the dark hues of the bed and the chair. The ceiling comes together like the shape of a barn and the windows melt into the walls with their white shade. A small window ledge showcases art, books, and natural colored items. The few furniture pieces that are in the room are streamlined and dramatic. The light, bed, chair, and wooden side table are kept near-to-the-ground to contrast with the tall ceilings.




This room is much more than just a place to sleep. As you can see, there is a space to work and a couch for entertaining. Although this room is perfect for a teen to escape to, the design is sophisticated enough for an adult. Beams cross through the space and the exposed brick make it full of character. Lighting above the window on the bookshelf adds a modern twist. Another cool aspect is the mural painted near the bed.




Sometimes an attic isn’t too easy to renovate. That doesn’t mean it can’t be a cool outside space. This attic doesn’t appear to be used for all seasons but is used as a hang out when the weather is nice. Cone shaped, the windows are cut out of this room at random and art is hung in-between the rafters. This space reminds one of the room in The Little Princess, only nicer.



Visualizer: Casa Bella  

An attic doesn’t have to lack unique lighting! The globe lights hanging from the ceiling give this attic an updated style. Two-toned wall paint also carries the trendy aesthetic. Again, the focus in this space isn’t necessarily the window, but the red couch and unique white beams on the ceiling.



Source: Hulsta  

This orange attic is bright and full of cheer! Window coverings match the furniture throughout the room and also allow for privacy. The art pieces incorporated feel Asian-inspired and add a different style layer to the room. The blue painting in the hallway works well with the other orange accents.




Look closely at the left of the windows and you’ll see a built-in that lights up a small bonsai tree. This accent clearly suggests to the viewer that this room is dedicated to being a zen space. The bed is made of the same wood as the floors and the inside of the windows. With bare colors and even less accents this attic bedroom is a place to think and meditate.




The beauty of designing an attic space is working with the interesting shape. In this attic, the designer embraced the shape of the ceiling and built in two twin beds and a window seat. By painting the panels, the eye is drawn to the unique architectural detail that inspired the built-ins. There’s also some hidden storage under the seats which is perfect for sleepovers and a kids room!


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50 Owl Home Decor Items Every Owl Lover Should Have

Di, 02.08.2016 - 17:45

Owls have captivated nature enthusiasts for thousands of years, appreciated for their stoicism and great beauty. And we’re big fans too! We’ve put together a list of 50 owl-themed home accessories for people who love these majestic birds just as much as we do. Here, you’ll find everything: gorgeous prints for the wall, useful accessories for the kitchen and bathroom, and even some fun stuff for the kids. Are you craving more decor inspiration? Don’t forget to check out our big list of beautiful bird home decor, or if you’re more of a mammal person, we have a collection of elephant accessories too. Check ’em out.


Buy It: $20   

Owl Cushion with Handwarmer: Soft and squishy, this sleepy nocturnal character would make a wonderful naptime buddy. Add a hot water bottle to soothe chilly hands on a cold day. Of course, he looks super cute on a shelf even in warmer weather too.



Buy It: $10 each   

Owl Cushion Set: Anybody can relate to at least one of these cute hipster owls. These throw pillows would work great for a casual interior that needs a splash of color and personality.



Buy It: $20   

Owl Throw Pillow Cover: The first half of this post contains plenty of owl pillows to decorate your favorite cozy spots. This removable cover features a double-sided print with a concealed zipper so you can add it to your favorite pillow.



Buy It: $20   

Vintage Owl Pillow Cover: Look at how the eyes immediately draw attention! This owl illustration integrates the colors of 70s-era Pop Art, with a little bit of influence from strong traditional-style tattoo line work.



Buy It: $20   

Cosmic Egg Owl Throw Pillow Cover: A whimsical collection of blue birds sits against a backdrop of coral flowers and mushrooms. The really striking thing about these characters are the eyes – mystery and liveliness shine through clearly.



Buy It: $20   

Abstract Modern Owl Pillow Cover: Magenta and cyan overlap to create a range of rich colors, the owl’s form pared down to the most basic shapes. This piece would make a wonderful gift for an owl fan in the print or graphic design business.



Buy It: $20   

Mr. Owl Throw Pillow Cover: Gorgeous! Mr. Owl is a printed version of an impressionist charcoal sketch, with a pair of fashionable eyeglasses added for fun and flavor. The specs definitely bring out his eyes.



Buy It: $20   

Little Owl Throw Pillow Cover: Owls are already one of nature’s most beautiful and impressive birds, but the babies are just too cute for words. The features look so realistically soft, it feels like you could reach out and touch them.



Buy It: $4   

Cute Owl Throw Pillow Cover: Autumn trees and happy sleepy owls can brighten any home. This pillow features a burlap-like texture, ideal for a Scandinavian or cottage chic interior theme.



Buy It: $25 each   

Owl Shaped Cushions: At 16 inches tall, these colorful pillows are sure to make a big impact in your decor. They can soften the back of a children’s chair, cushion a hard headboard, or draw the eye anywhere you put them.



Buy It: $68   

Owl Bedding Set: Brighten the bedroom of your owl-obsessed young one with this complete bedding set. It includes pink sheets with white flowers, two pillowcases (one with flowers, one with owls) and a small decorative pillow for cuddling. This set is available in full or twin sizes.



Buy It: $48   

Owl Nursery Decor: Complete with a quilt, fitted sheet, and dust ruffle, this bedding set includes everything to make baby’s bed cute and comfortable. Pair with matching accessories, or use these as the basis of your own wildlife or purple themed nursery.



Buy It: $72   

Owl Duvet Cover: Do you want to refresh your child’s bedroom decor without getting rid of the existing comforter? Just slide it into this adorable duvet cover. This set includes the cover, a flat sheet, and two pillowcases. This set would make an awesome gift for back-to-school. Because it’s fit for a queen size bed, even playful adults or college students can enjoy it.



Buy It: $50   

Charcoal Owl Print: Three of the world’s most recognizable owls feature in this gorgeous print – a bashful snowy owl, the mighty great horned owl, and a sweet barn owl. All three tilt their heads in unison.



Buy It: $77   

Large Owl Wall Art Print: Drawn in shades of blue and gold, this owl print would serve as a wonderful companion for an interior themed around natural hues. The owl’s face expresses the wisdom associated with these majestic creatures since ancient times.



Buy It: $237   

Clever Owl Figurines: “See no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil.” Offering timeless advice, these three owls will motivate good behavior wherever you put them.



Buy It: $30   

White Owl With Silly Spectacles: Now it’s time to check out some standalone decor. This fashionable owl planter is small enough for a balcony or windowsill garden, but would look great in the home too.



Buy It: $18   

Decorative Gray Owl Figures: Incredibly soft and realistic, these owl figures from Kurt Adler stand at 5 inches tall – a neat addition to a winterscape or holiday arrangement.



Buy It: $8   

Cute White Hanging Owl Figure: Here’s another Kurt Adler creation. Adler is famous for his detailed Christmas ornaments but pieces like this work well in any owl-themed interior too.



Buy It: $74   

Paul Anker Hansen Wooden Owl: An unforgettable icon of the 60s, Paul Anker Hansen’s owl figurine features a mobile head that rotates and turns. Pose your beautiful little owls to depict expressions ranging from stoic to curious and more.



Buy It: $282   

Howdy Owl: Designers Engesvik, Stokke, and Austad (or Norway) created this wonderful minimalist owl sculpture suited to any Nordic-themed interior design. It’s hard to resist this simple yet expressive face.



Buy It: $50   

Turned Owl by Lars Beller Fjetland: Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland offers figure collectors a chance to decorate their homes with an eco-friendly alternative to new materials. This lovely owl gives scrap wood a new lease on life.



Buy It: $58   

Minimalist Wooden Owl: Crafted from solid walnut, this streamlined sculpture would look equally at home in minimalist, traditional, or rustic styled interior.



Buy It: $44   

Owl Ceramic Tea Set: The kitchen or dining table deserves a little owl love too! This adorable tea set includes a teapot, two cups, and a strainer – all with undeniable personality and a touch of retro charm. This set is manufactured in Japan and comes with an attractive gift box. Check out all the color options to find the style that fits the recipient’s interior decor.



Buy It: $16   

Minimalist Style Owl Salt & Pepper Set: Made from unpainted ceramic, this spice shaker set would look incredible with a minimalist all-white dining set. But if you’re looking for something to fit your interior, this pair of lovebirds would make a fun DIY project – just add paint, glitter, gems, lace, or whatever craft supplies you have on hand. You could even customize a set as a meaningful housewarming or wedding gift for an owl-loving friend.



Buy It: $30 for 2 pieces   

Ceramic Owl Coin Bank: Always a handy way to collect pocket change or teach children about savings, coin banks are a must-have in any household. This handsome pair of owls (one in white ceramic, the other with a silver finish) would make a sophisticated gift for siblings or a fantastic addition to a bedside table or entryway shelf.



Buy It: $10   

Owl Pen/Pencil Holder: Do you want to extend your love of owls to your home office or craft room? This unglazed pencil holder would work well with any decor style. Or, if you’re building up an owl theme in the bathroom, this piece is also just the right size to hold toothbrushes.



Buy It: $30   

Owl Bookends: One sleepy, one bashful – these weighty owls would make a wonderful addition to any home library or even as a standalone decoration.



Buy It: $47   

Antique Owl Bookends: With a hammered bronze-effect finish, these bookends would work well within a traditional or classic interior. They stand 7 inches tall and weigh 4lbs each. However, some buyers report receiving a more matte version rather than the glossy style pictured here.



Buy It: $71   

Owl Hamper: One of these little hampers are just waiting to enhance your owl bathroom decor theme. Standing at a little over 2 feet in height, they could stand on a low table or hide beneath a bathroom vanity to save space.



Buy It: $14   

Owl Orb Vase: Aren’t chubby owls the cutest owls? This stoneware vase stands at 4 inches tall to hold choice flower cuttings or live succulents. Its small size makes it a suitable “catch all” for the entryway, office, or bedroom vanity.



Buy It: $38   

Owl Glass Vase: Crafted with an elegant hobnail glass pattern, this owl vase includes a clear glass handle to look like an antique glass pitcher. The amber color gives it undeniable vintage charm for a retro-themed interior.



Buy It: $17   

Owl Lantern: What could be more appropriate accessory for an owl theme than a lantern? This nocturnal bird will help light your way through the garden at night or dazzle your friends during an evening party. Each metal lantern includes a flameless LED candle to withstand wind and accidents.



Buy It: $30  

Owl Shaped Tea Light Holder: Everybody loves the distinctive fragrances from Yankee Candle, but their tea light holders are super cute too. This ceramic luminary includes four tea lights in Yankee Candle’s Harvest Welcome scent, a spicy pumpkin-like aroma that smells like autumn.



Buy It: $19   

Owl Tea Light Holders: Quirky and colorful! Unlike other tea light holders, the indentation to hold the candle is rather shallow so you can watch as the flame dances and burns.



Buy It: $21   

Owl Planter: Complement your rustic, classic, or woodland-themed home decor with this hand glazed porcelain planter. The detail is incredible, and the size is just right for robust succulents or artificial plants.



Buy It: $12  

Owl Succulent Planters: These small owls have huge personality. Although the size is best suited for small succulents, each one does include a drainage hole to accommodate any similarly sized plants.



Buy It: $7   

Small Glass Owl Vase: Sized to accommodate a fresh cutting from your garden, this tiny glass vase would look amazing with a flower or without.



Buy It: $21   

Magnetic Owl Wall Planters: Strong magnets make it easy to hang these ceramic planters in unconventional places like a refrigerator or a whiteboard. Each set comes with two air plants to help you get started.



Buy It: $24   

Owl Doorstop: If you’re a longtime collector of owl accessories, you might have trouble finding owl-related objects you don’t already own. This sturdy iron doorstop would make a great gift for the owl fan that seems to have it all.



Buy It: $14   

Owl Wall Hook: Decorate your entryway, bathroom, or bedroom with this shiny hand-cast aluminum owl hook. At only two inches deep, its slim profile makes it ideal for small spaces like behind a door or inside a wardrobe cabinet.



Buy It: $7   

Owl Kitchen Timer: Fun kitchen accessories can make dinner prep so much more cheerful. Cute, unique, and playful – it’s so charming you’ll want to use it for other things around the house too, perhaps as a laundry reminder or to help kids brush their teeth for the right amount of time.



Buy It: $15   

Owl USB Drive: Misplaced USB drives are a little bit of a tragedy but these super-cute owls would be way harder to lose. Available in a 16GB or 32GB size, these would be a neat gift for a college student or a new employee at the office.



Buy It: $55   

Owl Night Lamp: It’s hard to ignore a face as sweet as this one. Just plug it in and enjoy the warm glow of porcelain with little pinholes shining like constellations.



Buy It: $244   

Decorative Owl Bedside Lamp: Such striking eyes! This resin lamp is impossible to miss at 16 inches in height – tall enough to sit on the floor next to a low bed, or perfect for a side table anywhere in the home.



Buy It: $149   

Owl Wall Lamp: This model is very similar to the previous lamp, but this charming owl fixes to the wall for more versatile placement options.



Buy It: $32   

Plugin Owl LED Night Light: Soft light filters through the ceramic body, glowing a little brighter through the hearts that span the owl’s chest. Small nightlights like this one work well in bathrooms and hallways for easy navigation at night.



Buy It: $25   

Owl Novelty Light: It almost looks like a holographic projection but the lamp portion is actually perfectly flat. Watch as this light filters through every color of the rainbow. Be aware that this lamp uses a USB power source by default, so it’s perfect for a computer desk – especially if you have a cool RGB keyboard to match!



Buy It: $54   

Voice Activated Owl Night Lamp: Parents are sure to love this nightlight almost as much as children do! A noise-detecting sensor automatically turns on the light when the child awakes and cries or calls for parents, and turns off again after 5 minutes of silence. This would make a nice useful gift for new parents using owl bedroom decor in the nursery.



Buy It: $220  

Ulo Security Camera: Ulo is an incredible little security camera that detects motion and sends alerts to your phone automatically. Or, you can watch the live stream whenever you want! Use your smartphone to change the color and behavior of Ulo’s eyes, and watch as he interacts with the world around him. This neat device is still in the pre-order phase, but you can still order to make sure you’re one of the first to receive one.


Check out the cute Ulo security owl in action.

Do you know somebody else who might appreciate this treasure trove of owl themed home decor? Don’t forget to share this article with your other owl-loving friends!

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Faux Deer Head Home Decor

Mo, 01.08.2016 - 16:55

While traditional taxidermy isn’t for everyone, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the elegance and strength of nature’s most fascinating wildlife. This post explores the world of faux deer trophies – beautiful artwork that anyone can appreciate and admire. First, we’ll look at a few incredible faux trophies and wall art, and then we’ll move into functional home accessories with huge personality. If you’re looking for more inspiration, check out our other animal-themed collections like this list of elephant-themed decorations or this compilation of bird figurines.


Buy It: $75   

The Amalia Faux Deer Head: This highly detailed faux trophy is ideal for classical interiors or minimalistic interiors that need a dash of detail. Or, to make an even greater visual impact, consider hanging this (or any of the other trophy mounts) within an intricate picture frame.



Buy It: $45   

Faux Deer With Numerous Color Options: Bold colors, impressive antlers – these deer are sure to create a focal point no guest could ignore. These are available in a wide range of colors sure to suit any interior, modern or traditional.



Buy It: $80   

Faux Deer Head With Pink Rose: The perfect accessory for a chic interior theme, this adorable doe has a bit of pop art appeal. The flower is even removable so you can add your favorite fresh-cut blossoms instead.



Buy It: $68   

Paper Flower Embellished Deer Head: Bright paper flowers bring this faux deer to life. This would be a cute way to add a splash of color within a cottage theme, Scandinavian-inspired home, or any vibrant modern interior.



Buy It: $86   

Day Of The Dead Sugar Skull Deer: Appreciate the beauty of Dia de Muertos in a unique way with this sugar skull inspired deer. It works wonderfully as a seasonal accent or even as a year-round decoration in a regionally themed home.



Buy It: $109   

Super Realistic Deer Head Faux Taxidermy: Just look at this incredible detail! This realistic faux deer is a work of art.



Buy It: $107   

Ceramic Deer Head With Branch Antlers: Natural and fun, these deer sculptures feature removable branches as antlers – replace with branchy flowers, seasonal trimmings, or give as a gift to your favorite gardener.



Buy It: $25   

Deer Head Map Wall Mounted Trophy: Well-traveled design fans are sure to appreciate this one. The modern form and bright colorful map motif make this piece extra suitable for a futurist or pop art interior.



Buy It: $15   

DIY Jig Saw Dear Head: Fun to construct and even more fun to appreciate, this faux deer head is part puzzle and part decor. It’s easy to put together and appropriate for all ages. The natural wood looks great, but you could even paint the pieces to match your color theme.



Buy It: $65   

Faux Taxidermy Plush Deer Head: How cute! Soft and colorful, this piece would make a charismatic addition to a children’s bedroom, a Moroccan-themed interior, or a Scandinavian inspired home.



Buy It: $175   

Fabric and Felt Deer Head: Here’s another fun plush option for a kid’s room, craft room, or anywhere else that could benefit from playful patterns and colors.



Buy It: $68   

Multicolor Faux Deer Head: This piece might appeal to different designers for different reasons – fans of rustic design might enjoy the organic papier-mâché form, while art collectors can certainly appreciate the abstract Mondrian-esque color theme.



Buy It: $63   

Crocheted Mounted Deer Head: Aww! This sweet little fawn would make a great gift for fans of crochet sculptures. It would look right at home just about anywhere, but especially in a bedroom or craft room.



Buy It: $30   

Cardboard Deer Heads Big and Small: Are you looking for a fun DIY project, or just want the look of faux taxidermy without spending a fortune? This piece can satisfy both of those requirements. And since it’s made from cardboard, it would be very customizable too!



Buy It: $80   

Faux Deer Head Wall Lighting: Ambient lighting with a twist. This cardboard deer looks like a doe when the light is turned off, but fantastic antlers are revealed with the flip of a switch. It’s a cool illusion for any home. This would make a wonderful light for a nature-themed nursery!



Buy It: $34   

Low Poly Deer: Origami enthusiasts are sure to love this one! This DIY deer includes all the supplies you need to make this gorgeous modern creation. It’s certainly not the easiest project, but it’s a fun challenge and well worth the effort.



Buy It: $9   

Paper Deer Head (Set of 3): Here’s an even more inexpensive DIY deer head project, this time with a more casual aesthetic. The dark cardboard would look incredible in an industrial interior, but it would look nice in rustic-themed homes as well. The finished result is very small (measuring 2×3 inches without the antlers) so they make neat party favors for friends.



Buy It: $85   

Mini Deer And Moose With Golden Antlers: Luxurious, yet down-to-earth. These mounts would make any interior look high-end.



Buy It: $80   

Faux Deer Skull Gold: This faux stag skull is a contrast of sophisticated and realist themes. It’s very versatile, weighing only five pounds.



Buy It: $40   

Silver Faux Deer Head Wall Mount: Here’s a small faux mount in silver, just over 14 inches tall but only 5 inches deep – a nice choice for small interiors.



Buy It: $45   

Deer Head Line Art: Here’s another great item for small living spaces because it simply lays flat against the wall. This deer combines a little graphic design inspiration with modern minimalism, a fresh look for a contemporary interior.



Buy It: $73   

Tres Chic Deer Head: Ornate and inventive, this deer sculpture almost feels baroque in character.



Buy It: $52   

Composite Pair Deer Head Bookends: To wrap up the list, let’s look at some items have a functional purpose within the home. These bookends would look nice in any classical or rustic interior.



Buy It: $54   

Joseph Deer Bookends: Here are more bookends, this time with a distressed aesthetic.



Buy It: $45   

Faux Dear Head Rack: Cute! These racks are made from metal so you can be sure they’ll hold anything from jewelry to jackets and beyond.



Buy It: $18   

Deer Head Key Rack: Made from sturdy cast iron, this ultra-miniature deer rack will hold your most adored jewelry without any trouble at all. This piece is available in a variety of colors to suit any interior.



Buy It: $14   

Deer Head Single Wall Hook: Rather than focusing on just the antlers, this wall hook leverages a much sturdier hook at the base of the mount.



Buy It: $25 each   

Wrought Iron Deer Head Hook: Textural wrought iron lends this piece an almost antique look – but the contemporary form is sure to fit within any interior style. Purses, jackets, backpacks, and more: all will find their place here.



Buy It: $66  

Black Stag Head: Handmade from 3D printed plastic, these matte black anatomical skulls are ideal for decorating small spaces between existing decorations.



Buy It: $14  

Deer Jewelry Display Tower: So whimsical! This cute deer and plate combination makes it easy to organize rings, necklaces, and other small items.


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Colour-blocking: Creating room in small spaces

Fr, 29.07.2016 - 17:00

Small apartments offer a homely haven from the outside world – but also less space for decorative self-expression. Bedrooms, lounges, bathrooms and kitchens are not afforded the luxury of space to accentuate fixtures, features and panelling; it is here that crafty design innovations take centre stage. Clever colouring, supporting accents and mixed-purpose spaces are the hero in these apartments and hotels. Sleek storage spaces hide behind large art deco pieces to bestow breadth to limited room. These small spaces, located across Europe, show square metres are not required to inspire – but ingenuity and colour-blocking often is.

1 | Designer: Mariia Movchan This small apartment in Kiev is a perfect starter. Opening the door on a bold mustard wall, confetti wallpaper greets the eye on pale teak floors. A focal point of interest in two black hanging lights offers promises in the larger space beyond.


Walking past the confetti, the larger statement wall screams space, through the ability to hold a large block colour. Four paintings forming a block add an art deco feel, which is confirmed by the 70’s style mosaic tiles forming a ring around the kitchen.

2 | Designer: Mariia Movchan Teal tones tie together the kitchen and lounge spaces, which lie in more muted tones to let the mustard act the hero. White teak flooring adds neutrality, while the extended confetti wallpaper and black wall lighting add connecting detail.

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From the other side of the hallway, large white cupboards act as a wall, but also provide space. A small teal seating space offers welcome to new visitors in a visually-appealing triptych layout.

3 | Designer: Mariia Movchan A minimalist bedroom offers a respite from the art deco theme, while subtly referring back to it. Muted teak floors with burnt orange and teak fixtures mark either side of the master bed, while boxed shelves in the same colour offer storage and a point of difference.


Creating the illusion of space with high-ceilinged sliding doors, the long white chiffon drapes let in light, while the study outside adds space to the room. The long wooden desks within the study make the most of an oblong space, with black wall light fixtures and block art continuing the lounge’s theme.

Minimalism in the bathroom is made original by the 70’s mosaic, a memorable tie from the kitchen. Spacious white surfaces are accentuated with mosaic inlets and facades, grounded by the wood panelling underneath the sink.

4 | Architect: Dermice Architects | Designer: Anna Fedyukina A hotel can have the same cosy feel, with a slightly-less personal touch. This concept for Coordinat student hotel in Turkey uses sunflower-shade colour-blocking with a similar shade of flowers to add flair to a background of white walls and light wood.

5 | Architect: Dermice Architects | Designer: Anna Fedyukina Links between the main reception area and bedrooms are defined by surrealist sketches, which hark back to the lives of the students residing within its walls.

6 | Architect: Dermice Architects | Designer: Anna Fedyukina Patterned carpets incorporating more muted hues of forest and charcoal support the transitions and offer a contrast to black and sunflower-hued highlights.

7 | Architect: Dermice Architects | Designer: Anna Fedyukina Grey slate walls in the bathroom offer a clean surface for the sunflower and forest hues to shine again, while the multi-coloured pattern continues through distinctive tiling. Inbuilt honeycomb detailing dilutes the impact of the main colour palette within the small space.

8 | Designer: Ivan Haiovych A similar modernist look in Rivne, Ukraine, has helped add spaciousness to a small apartment. Pale shades of light wood, light grey and darker grounding charcoal add detail without losing head space. Alternative levels of shelving in the bedroom and bathroom add a design focus while providing storage.

Through the kitchen and living spaces, patterned details are turned up a notch. Light wood panelling and charcoal-coloured benches ground the space, while stencilled lights and thin-wired stools provide a welcome pairing with abstract artwork and mosaic detailing, adding flavourful aspects to the main guest area.

9 | Designer: Ivan Yunakov A 49-metres-squared loft in Kiev by Ivan Yunakov (http://yunakovdesign.com) also uses signature shades to create harmony in cosy spaces. High-ceilinged brick and panelled wood fixtures afford the height for long-lined doors, which are stretched horizontally by similar-shaped benches. A turquoise couch with electric blue suede single seats offer seats to look at bauble lighting, the only rounded fixture in the room.

10 | Designer: Ivan Yunakov To the right, white walls offer a respite for wardrobes and bookshelves, which offer drops of colour against its simplicity. A cast iron staircase holds a frame and lets the chair, bust and painting details do the talking.

11 | Designer: Ivan Yunakov The brick façade continues into the master bedroom, where warmer tones come into play. A beige cover with terracotta and fawn cushioning is a muted place to rest one’s head, beside a mosaic light that ties in the kitchen tiling and iron staircase.

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3 White Themed Homes With Striking Modern Minimalist Aesthetics

Do, 28.07.2016 - 18:21

These three homes from M2 Architecture, Mihail Vasin, and Dorota Pilor essentially define the modern minimalistic style. Each home embraces the simplicity of white and build upon it with grays and other monochromatic hues. Even architectural elements like exposed brick and concrete are painted white to coordinate with the rest of the spaces. Impressive lighting accents, expansive master bathrooms, and open staircases all keep these spaces from being plain and too basic. As you read this article, learn how to re-create the modern minimalistic style in your own adobe.


Architect: M3 Architecture  

At this angle, you can see into the entire living space of this home designed by M3 Architecture. The white walls are broken up with the grey couch and taupe curtain dividers.




When the space opens up to the kitchen, you’re ready to host friends and family gatherings. This minimalistic design showcases the marble accents in the kitchen. The fire is one of the only accents that isn’t a neutral shade.




Appliances stacked together in even numbers adds a punch to the modern feel of the kitchen. Stainless steel accents the white and gives the entire home an industrial feel. Lofty and open, you can take a breath and not feel overwhelmed in this living room.




A grey couch that’s lower to the ground can be rearranged to your lifestyle. Having a movie night? Take the backs off of the couch and have everyone lounge on it as if it were a large bed! The floor-to-ceiling windows also give the space a wide-open feel.




Just because the colors in this home are simple, it doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with other accents. The balloon-like lamp adds a sense of whimsy. Keeping with the modern minimalistic aesthetic, the electrical outlets are kept simple and flush with the wall.




Lower shelving makes the ceilings look larger in a loft-like space. Instead of adding visually heavy chairs, this butterfly chair takes up less space and can be moved to different rooms.




When your entire home is white and black, any other color grabs your attention. Can you imagine how relaxed and worry-free you’ll be when enjoying a cup of hot tea in this impressive room?




In this kitchen, the only colors other than white are the gray chairs and fruit. This makes the room look extra large and fresh. The organic shapes hanging above the dining table is a welcome contrast from the straighter lines.




Don’t have fresh fruit to lay out on display? Don’t worry! Instead, invest in quality fake fruit and keep them out all the time. You’ll never have to worry about the fruit going old and guests will assume you just got home from the farmer’s market (until they try to take a bite)!




There is no need for a headboard if you are keeping things sleek in the bedroom. The large white walls behind the mattress make a statement on their own. White shades on the tall windows can be utilized at night and also match the rest of the home.




Marble bathrooms are timeless. This space feels like a spa. Unique lighting behind the mirror gives the space a more relaxed mood.




Keep soaps and toiletries to a minimum to keep with the modern aesthetic. A simple soap bottle that has a beautiful design will suffice. A rectangular sink matches the rest of the home’s square shapes.




One of the only organic forms in this home is the bathtub. Freestanding, this tub looks like it belongs in a magazine. A wooden shelf contains favorite bath salts, a book, or a glass of wine.



Visualizer: Mihail Vasin  

This next from is visualized by Mihail Vasin. Similar to the home by M3, this space embraces white and also has statement lighting accents. The large column in the middle of the room is broken up with black stripes.




A gray headboard in this master keeps the room from being too white. This then matches the chair and floor light. A gray rug anchors the whole design.




Think of all the clothing articles you could place in this massive closet! Hidden behind the flatscreen T.V, this closet would delight any fashion lover. The best part is that you can open the curtains to see in or keep it blocked off from the rest of the retreat.




Just because it’s a closet doesn’t mean it can’t serve more than one purpose! A black chair and desk offer the perfect place to flip through a magazine or write a quick email to a friend.




You won’t have to worry how you look with the lighted up standing mirror in the corner of this closet. White wooden floors keep the eye moving to the window, which is covered with flowy white material. Both the dark chair and ottomons give the room style.








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Breathtaking Luxury Resort Villas In Bodrum, Turkey

Mi, 27.07.2016 - 17:00

The creatives at QUARK Studio have conceptualized an incredible resort development consisting of 72 villas, a hotel, and a number of luxury facilities. The development occupies a small peninsula overlooking the Aegean Sea, where playful boats dance across a backdrop of mist-enveloped hills and unbelievable sunsets weave an atmosphere of relaxation. A location like this deserves architecture that pays homage to every detail – and that’s where this project excels. This post explores the interior of a small selection of villas, just a taste of the finest views this resort concept has to offer.



Let’s start with one of the bigger standalone villas, a fine example of a building that embraces its environment without losing its own modern identity. A folded main volume feels impossibly light despite its concrete cladding, defying gravity thanks to the structural pillars that stud the glass-encased ground level.




The entire villa wraps itself around an existing rock formation, fully explored by the winding layout and internal glass walls.




Relaxing here is almost like being outdoors with every element fully integrated into the property’s aesthetic. A perimeter infinity pool even draws the clouds into the interior.




Shade is important in a Mediterranean climate like this one. The ceiling juts forward to cool the interior from one direction while the rock formations block direct sunlight from the other.




In regard to the luxuriously-appointed interior decor, every functional area embraces the landscape to the fullest – this casual social area enjoys a panoramic view.




Outdoor spaces were meticulously planned as well. This dining area has a definite “on the edge of the earth” vibe.




Valuable landscape features owe their preservation to the distinctive winding layout. Here, elevated stairs overlook a massive bounder below.




Of course, the bedrooms soak up the views as well. This one is surrounded on all sides by tall glass walls, with a freestanding headboard wall serving as the only exception.




Low-profile furniture stays out of the way. While the lower level felt literally “down to earth” thanks to the rock formations, these upper stories are all about the coastal skyline.




Behind the freestanding headboard wall, an open bathroom area transitions directly into a wardrobe. It’s easy to see how this arrangement could make morning preparation even easier.




Even more storage space occupies the rear side of the headboard wall. Even this private nook looks out onto the Aegean Sea.




This additional bedroom adopts many features from the previous space, but smaller and more compact. A pair of sinks makes use of the space on the opposite side of the headboard.




Greyscale furniture allows the sea to take center stage in this final bedroom of the first villa’s tour.







While the previous villa featured a very simplistic form, this one makes a big impact with sharp angles and unexpected curves. Each structure houses multiple units contained within offset L-shaped volumes, one volume slightly taller than the other.




Each half of the villa occupies a different plane, clearly split down the middle. The dividing wall actually continues through the yard to enhance privacy between each pool.




These structures are not quite as private as the standalone retreat featured earlier. Public areas face directly toward the path outside but private areas have the benefit of a more shielded angle and curtained walls.




Each interior uses a different decor theme, mostly tending toward neutral colors and tasteful modern furniture.




Furniture echoes the shape of the architecture. In this interior, the furniture adopts crisp angles and strong vertical lines.




This one utilizes rounded forms to bring out the distinctive curvature of the large glass window. Eames chairs, a Lindsey Adelman chandelier, and a plush overstuffed sofa all forward the theme.




Curvaceous balcony lounge chairs appear to look out onto eternity. Imagine enjoying a morning smoothie as the boats drift past!




From the balcony dining tables, it’s possible to watch the other resort guests as they go about their day. It’s surely an energizing scene.




Nothing beats spending time in a completely unrestricted interior (especially one with such a nice view) but sometimes privacy is preferred. Every room is outfitted with a curtain.




Although these bedrooms are more compact than the ones in the larger villa, they’re no less luxurious. Sleek stone surfaces feel cool on the eye and even seem to adopt some of the sea’s blue aura.




Near the window, a freestanding tub grants endless daydreams without necessitating a trip outside of the suite. The oversized mirror makes cleaning up for a night on the town even easier but also expands the perceived size of the room.




Here’s another take on the same design but without the pillar. Even the painting in the mirror has been inverted for darker appeal – both concepts look fabulous.




Unlike the first property featured in this post, these bedrooms don’t have the luxury of a panoramic view. Instead, the designers created visual interest with artwork in complement and contrast of the world outside.




Notice the difference in architecture. The previous room used straight lines whereas this room slightly angles toward its beautiful curved window.




Rather than a freestanding tub, the smaller rooms feature a glass-enclosed shower that still offers a little bit of a view through the window across the room.




The resort’s uniform layout doesn’t even begin to hint at the individualization and unique character of each villa it contains. This resort concept does luxury right.



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2 Homes With Similar Hues

Di, 26.07.2016 - 17:54

What do white, cream, natural wood, and grey all have in common? They are all color hues included in these two homes from M3 Architectural & Construction Group and Mihail Vasin. In this article you can see both seem similar in their style. Breezy, airy, and open, you’ll want to lounge all day on the couch in the first home from M3. The large windows invite the sun in and make the space feel even bigger than it is! The second space from Mihail Vasin has punches of bright colors and a kids room that any child would love to call home. Learn how to incorporate a pop of contrasting color and add life to a neutral home.


Architect: M3 Architectural & Construction Group  

This neutral couch fits perfectly in this home designed by M3 Architectural & Construction Group. The side table is able to nest, which gives you extra space to place items.




Extra large windows allow natural light in which makes the room appear larger. A flatscreen T.V. mounted on the wall instead of sitting on a table creates more space.




Very high ceilings give the room a bigger feel. Unique lighting above the doorways also adds drama.




There’s no reason you can’t add living things even in a sleek space like this! Instead of going overboard, keep greens to one or two per room like in this image.




Even when embracing greys and whites you can add a pop of color for interest. The bottom of the side table is dipped in a orange color.




Woodwork throughout the home is painted white. This gives a sleek and modern feel.




With such neutral hues in this home, anything adds vibrancy against it. This breakfast beside the bed looks delicious.




No need for a headboard when you have custom built-ins. The white furniture piece in the back serves as a head board and a night stand.




Even though the room has plenty of natural light, added light at the top of the ceiling gives the room dimension. A large natural wood closet also allows clutter to be hidden.




Greenery adds a natural vibe to the room and gives some contrasting color. Keep with the theme and choose clear, airy glasses to place greens in.




Large curtains make the ceilings look even bigger! Take linens to the top of the ceiling instead of making them fit the window.




Keep with the natural feel of the space by placing bamboo cutting boards on display. Avoid too many items out on the counters to keep with the simple lines.




A master bath feels luxurious and clean when you utilize whites and grays.




Even though there are only two black items in this room, they make a statement! The black shower curtain and black tray which holds the toiletries are enough to add contrast to this bath.




This bathroom is designed so that ugly shampoo bottles and unnecessary bathroom items have a place to hide. The end result? A bathroom that looks clean 24/7.




The dining room is an extension of the kitchen. By keeping the counter top color the same as the table top, the space seems to go on and on.




Concrete isn’t too cold when you’re dealing with a space that embraces neutrals. Just a few pillars add an industrial feel.



Architect: Mihail Vasin  

The second home, which shares the same hues is designed by Mihali Vasin. It’s hard to tell the two living spaces apart unless you’re looking very closely!




Even though both homes share color hues, they also share design inspirations. In this home, the window treatments are raised to the ceiling like the first home by M3. This draws attention to the tall ceilings.




A media wall holding a flat screen T.V. is the perfect way to lay out a color scheme for a home. If you look closely, you’ll notice all the colors on this wall are carried out throughout the home.




Large built-in storage solutions customize the space and keep ugly clutter out of the way. The point is to enjoy the simplicity and airy-ness of the room.




Different pendents hanging in the kitchen and dining room give the space contrast. The colors are different on the countertops and table top, but the hues are all similar. A backsplash is perfect in this setting because it isn’t too visually busy.




Looking back into the living room, you’ll notice the same lights are mimicked in there as the kitchen. These warm up the white walls and neutral colors.




A child’s room can be modern while still being playful. This room embraces neutrals but also adds a bright bed and a statement wallpapered wall. The best part about only using a few colors to make the room stand out is the fact the space will mature with the child. As they get older, you can switch different things out, like the floral wallpaper.




A unique set of shelves make this child’s room the perfect place to play. Instead of keeping every bird house closed, two have open shelves. This gives the child a chance to display their favorite trophies, stuffed animals, and toys. The other closed closets can house clothing and other items.




Along with adding color through furniture, Vasin added color by adding a rug and ceiling decor. Even though the room is narrow, the designer added a bed that fits in the room while making it feel roomy.




It’s easy to forget the hallway when designing a space. In this “room,” Mihali Vasin choose to paint a wall a fun color. This is subtle enough not to overpower the home, but is bold enough to add character.




Who wouldn’t want to relax at the end of a long day in this master? Although it uses similar colors as the M3 space, it has a new color: orange! The orange chairs and pillow make this room stand out from the other. You can create this style too by using a neutral color palette then adding one bright color as an accent.




When in doubt, add mirrored accents! Above this bed is a blue painted wall. The color is carried out though the throw pillows. Another way to add a simple decor element is to create a free-form art piece with mirrors! The honeycomb shape is modern and still inviting.




There are a few design elements taken from the master bedroom into this bathroom. To begin, the teal on the wall connects the two aesthetically. Another way the bathroom is connected is through the honeycomb tile.




Although this master bath has teal walls, it is still similar in hue with the master bath in the design created by M3 Architectural & Construction Group. Natural wood, white, and silver hardware connect the two designs.




When looking at the room from this angle, you may not realize the teal accent wall behind you. From here, the space is simple and under-stated. If you turn around you get the unexpected punch of color. Hidden storage and the use of rectangular shapes bring this bathroom together with the one from M3.


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A Beautiful 3 Bedroom 2 Bath House [With Floor Plan]

Mo, 25.07.2016 - 16:50

Sometimes when you have children it can be difficult to design a stylish home that’s accommodating. This beautiful three bedroom and two bathroom house doesn’t skimp on chic! Designed by Iryna Sotnikava from Minsk, Belarus, this home utilizes grays, whites, and yellows. After you look through these exciting images of the home, you’ll learn that you only need one bright accent color to bring excitement to a space. Why not make that color a vibrant yellow? From the living room with a yellow banana throw pillow, to the master bedroom which has a yellow painted closet door, you’ll find sunny surprises at the turn of every corner!



Throughout this gorgeous home the main colors used are gray, yellow, white, and black. Occasionally in the children’s rooms other colors will be utilized. In this photo, you can see the wall art in the kitchen. Potted plants hang in lines and give the space another color, green!




This living room is open to the kitchen and allows the whole family to be in one space. The more serious use of colors, like grey, and black, is lightened up by the yellow accents. The bright yellow armchair compliments the gray couch well. Also, the banana throw pillow adds even more charm!




The low-back couch makes it easy to see into the kitchen and keeps the space from feeling stuffy. The design of the couch allows for several people to be sitting or two sleeping on it. Using throw pillows which are a darker hue than the color of the couch adds depth to the space.




The built-in window seat is a fun way to get the kids involved in the home decor (or yourself!) Wooden bars allow you to climb to the top and cuddle up with your favorite book. It also adds extra seating if you’re planning a big event or movie night. Keeping the window seat the same as the couch in terms of color make the room cohesive.




There’s not a lot of fluff above the flat screen T.V. A simple art piece in black and white and a few trinkets laid out on the media console is all you need. When in doubt, think less is more.




How do you design around a yellow armchair? Very simply. This living room feels bright because the colors are balanced. Instead of using busy prints or colored artwork, the designer has chosen to embrace the monochromatic look. By limiting the artwork, the yellow armchair is able to steal the show.




There isn’t too much need for additional lighting during the day when you have stunning windows like in this living room! Make the most of them by covering them with large curtains. This light brown shade is the perfect way to keep out too much light. It doesn’t overpower the space like a colored curtain may.




Simple text artwork is a trend that isn’t going away any time soon! Use a black frame to house one of your favorite quotes or a family motto. This home takes a fun approach and has hung an art piece that says “Home is where your WIFI connects automatically.” Two small cushion ottomans add texture and extra space in the room.




Get rid of boring shelves! Instead, opt for a fun interpretation of a shelf. This ladder holds different accents and looks like it belongs in an art gallery. Keep items hidden that you need by the door in white storage boxes. It’s extra helpful if you label them for easy finding!




One of the coolest aspects of this home is the staircase. Wrapped in glass, you can see through it and it makes a statement. To play up its transparency in the design, a table with art can be seen behind it. When using art in a space like this, it’s important that it doesn’t compete with the architectural piece.




Three tiered pendents hanging from the ceiling illuminate the glass staircase. This makes the feature feel like it’s in a gallery and is lit up for viewers. The pendents are simple, but since they are grouped together they make more of an aesthetic impact.




The children’s rooms in this home coordinate with the overall color scheme of grays, whites, blacks, and yellows, but add a little bit more. Your eye immediately goes toward the bright yellow trunk which houses toys. Other items in the room that catch your attention are the multi-colored button rug. This gives the room a sense of whimsy.




Black isn’t too dark of a color in a kid’s room if you balance it with lighter shades. Above this black wall, which could be a chalkboard wall, is a fun gray plaid wallpaper. Since it’s only on one wall, it fits in perfectly and doesn’t make the space feel small.




With kids, every bit of storage helps. This room utilizes storage every inch you look. From under the bed to the built-in cabinets, there are plenty of places to hide art supplies and baby dolls. When using a brightly colored rug like this, you can use many more colors throughout the room as long as they match the rug.




There’s another yellow accent hidden in this child’s room! Once inside you may be pleasantly surprised to see a yellow painted door. This adds even more fun to the room and keeps it light.




Another child’s room appears to be for a pre-teen. This impactful constellation heart art brings a sense of fun. A black and white rug is lightened up by splashes of color.




A wall of closets keep all the loose articles of clothing hidden and organized. When white is taking up this much space in a room, any other color used will dominate. The light bounces off the closets and gives the room a bright and airy feel.




A fun bed allows this pre-teen the space underneath to hide her diary and socks. White shelves allow for storage while not looking too dark and dreary. The darkest accent in the room is the black pendent, which draws the eye to the unique wallpaper.




Just like the other child’s room, this older child’s room has used wallpaper to accent the walls. Above the built-in desk is a fun polka-dot paper. A black pendent stands out against the print and helps illuminate the desk for late-night reading. As with the rest of the home, the bedroom has a yellow accent, the chair!




Don’t be afraid of color! This shelving unit in the pre-teen room is filled with all different colors that make a rainbow. Try to keep like-shaped books together and arrange them to be varied in color. White boxes in the bottom of the shelf allow for some items to be hidden out of sight.




Hanging animal heads is all the rage right now. For a child’s room, instead of mounting a brightly colored deer head, add a panda bear instead! This panda, which may be made out of folded paper, adds a silly feel to the room. It works really well paired with other printed art pieces. Keep art simple and child-like. Even better, allow your little one to create their own art and frame it!




The master bedroom in this home is exactly as we expected it to be. Using the main colors throughout the home, this space is a refuge for relaxation and down-time. Instead of teetering on the edge of boring, this bedroom has added interesting accents, like the hanging spotlights, to keep it causal.




Another lofted window seat is added to the master bedroom. This can be accessed through the sliding glass doors. A space like this is perfect for star gazing or drinking your cup of coffee in the morning. Rounded hooks keep robes off the floor and also add color to the walls.




I bet you thought the only yellow accent in this room was the nightstand! Nope! From the other angle you can see the closet door is painted yellow! This is a fun way to brighten up the room without going overboard on color.




The walkway here is kept simple and sleek. The neutral elements work together to create a cohesive space that has clean lines.




The hanging matching lights above the bed can be moved to illuminate different parts of the room. These dark lights give the room a sculptural element. A black striped rug, pillows, a black headboard, and black alarm clock all make the room feel masculine.




With this convenient kitchen you can watch the kids and the T.V. while preparing dinner. The simple kitchen is open to the living room and the cabinets are low enough that you can see the T.V. perfectly.




White cabinets without hardware look sleek and modern in this home’s kitchen. The wood offsets the whit and the stainless steel sink faucet adds another shade to the mix.




The designer made sure to set out only accents that coordinate with the style and color theme. Different shaded wooden cutting boards look perfect beside a green plant.




The glass staircase in this home is surely one of it’s most impressive features. This view from the kitchen is inspiring. Two different colors on top of the stairs marry in the middle and still match the colors throughout the home perfectly.




This image shows into the entryway and the kitchen. You can see there is a bar running alongside under the window. Yellow barstools make the perfect color statement.




A white bathroom is anything but boring! The textures and finishes in this luxurious bathroom make it special. The tiled tub is deep enough for soaking.




A wooden shelf situated within the shower adds an architectural feature. You always have a place to put shampoo and the color breaks up the white of the room.




A long towel warmer blends into the wall because it is white. Once you jump out of the shower you can grab a perfectly warm towel and feel as if you’re in a spa.




The other bathroom in this home is smaller, but still just as trendy. The small sink is all you need when guests come over to freshen up. Under-the-shelf lighting makes this smaller space feel modern.




The first floor plan of the home highlights the staircase and openness of the kitchen and living room.




The second story floor plan shows that only one bathroom is used between the three bedrooms but there is plenty of space. A lofted window seat is added instead.


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50 Unique Tea Light Holders To Light Up Your Occasion

Fr, 22.07.2016 - 18:25

Tea light holders occupy the elusive intersection between ornament and function. These versatile objects often look lovely on their own, but really come to life with the warm glow of a candle. This post brings together 50 of our favorites spanning a variety of styles: modern, classic, simple, ornate, quirky, luxurious, and everything in between. If you’re looking for an affordable housewarming gift or just want to decorate your nightstand or mantle, you’re sure to find something that fits your style right here. Looking for more decor inspiration? Check out our mega-post on stylish vases and our compilation of oversized wall clocks.


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Modern Low Poly Tea Light Holder: Let’s start with a style that suits almost any modern interior: cool geometric polygons. This beautiful little candle holder comes straight from the 3D printer so even its production method is ultra-contemporary.



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Heart Shape Tea Light Holder: Cement and sand give this geometric candleholder a lovely subtle texture that really captures the light on each of its sharply faceted sides.



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Geometric Concrete Tea Light Holder:Here’s another concrete tea light holder, this time shaped like a hexagon. The precise symmetry makes it easy to mix-and-match for a modular arrangement. And for such an inexpensive price, why not explore with creative color combinations?



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Amethyst Tea Light Holder: Few materials create a more magical interaction with light than natural crystal. Each tea light holder in this series is part an amethyst geode, each one unique. Amethyst is February’s birthstone, so it might make a nice birthday gift too.



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Agate Purple Tea Light Holder: Agate stone reveals its stunning complexity thanks to the addition of vibrant magenta dye. This piece is sure to catch the eye of guests.



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Minimalist Wood Tea Light Holder: Are you looking for a wood tea light holder to work with a minimalist or Scandinavian-inspired interior? This inexpensive set just might work. Or, if you’re looking for a weekend craft project, the unfinished surface is just waiting for your own creative embellishments.



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Minimalist Concrete Tea Light Holder: It’s made of concrete, but the natural pocked surface almost makes it look like a smooth stone.



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Tealight Totems in Concrete: These totems have artistic value with or without the dancing flames of a candle. These sculptural candle holders are weighty, impressive, and easy to light.



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Reclaimed Wood Candleholder: Eco-friendly design has never looked so sleek and modern. Diverse blocks of reclaimed wood create a collage of texture, grain, and color.



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Handmade Wooden Tea Light Holder: Crafted by hand and finished with natural linseed oil and beeswax, this minimalist candle holder is sure to catch the eye.



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Piper Tea Light Holder: This glass tea light holder collection includes 24 pieces, each standing just over 6 inches tall. Consider this set if you need coordinated candleholders for a wedding reception, dinner party, or other special occasion.



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Tangled Motif Ceramic Tea Light Holder: Classic, sweet, and homey – these charming ceramic candleholders fully embrace the warmth of the flame they contain, allowing the light to dance through their “tangled” cutout windows.



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Perforated White Ceramic Tea Light Holders: Available in both spherical and cylindrical styles, these ceramic candleholders have a distinctive crafty vibe suitable for artistic spaces and interiors of every style.



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Ceramic Tea Light Holder: Matte surfaces always seem to bring out the true color and character of candlelight. Each perforation is punched and smoothed by hand with unparalleled attention to detail.



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Porcelain Tea Light Candle Holder:Tiny pinholes diffuse the candle’s light, which washes over the scalloped edge to create rich valleys of shadow. The texture and shape were inspired by red sea corral.



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Personalised Porcelain Tea Light Holder: Are you looking for a handmade gift, but don’t have time to learn ceramics before the big day? These personalized candle holders can feature any text you choose.



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Kahler Urbania Ceramic Tea Light Houses: What a charming little city! These ceramic buildings model after modern residential architecture, with a few based on iconic historical structures like the Pantheon and Basilica.



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Classic European Architectural Houses Shaped Tea Light Holder: Standing around 7 inches tall, this set of six glass and metal tea light holders interprets classical European architecture through a whimsical lens. This set would be an incredible addition to any traditionally styled interior.



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Cast Iron Eiffel Tower Tea Light Holder: Crafted from sturdy cast iron, this Eiffel Tower candleholder is the perfect gift for a well-traveled friend. It stands at 15 inches in height for a dramatic presentation.



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Suspension Bridge Tea Light Holder: Architects and engineers would surely be able to find a place for this magnificent metal tea light holder in their own home. Every detail of the suspension bridge springs to life with a gorgeous vintage finish. At more than 30 inches long, this candle holder is a true statement piece.



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By the Sea Lighthouse Tea Light Holder: It’s hard not to love the mystery and personality of the world’s great lighthouses. These small candleholders would make a lovely decoration for an ocean-themed party or coastal interior.



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Glass Sailboat Tea Light Holder: Need more inspiration for your nautical interior decor theme? These frosted glass tea light holders feature the instantly recognizable profile of a sailboat as it glides along at full speed. This collection is sold in sets of four.



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Sailboat in Blue: Here’s a similar concept, this time available in blue.



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Mermaid Tea Light Holder: Hanging tea light holders are hard to find. This wall-mounted mermaid is cast from lightweight resin, sure to look lovely anywhere – even without a candle.



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Figure Tea Light Holders: Gorgeous! These enchanting figures combine the elegance of African sculpture with the glamor and glitz of the Art Deco style.



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Decorative Tea Light Holder Made From Branches: Rustic designs like this work well in any type of interior, from natural Nordic styles to traditional to cottage chic. This would make a lovely gift for gardeners and nature enthusiasts.



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Bird Nest Tea Light Holder: From the same collection as the one above (just select Bird Nest instead of Branch), this wooden tea light holder pays homage to nature’s favorite architects. This would make a neat gift for a birdwatcher.



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Swan Tea Light Holder: This ceramic swan looks just as lovely with a candle as it would with a small potted plant or filled with favorite jewelry. It’s a versatile piece to suit many purposes.



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Bird Tea Light Holder: Available in aqua, tan, and ivory, this elaborate little bird packs a ton of charm into a small and delightful form.



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Happiness Bird Tea Light Holder: Painted by hand and shipped in a beautiful gift box, this glass tea light holder would make a lovely gift for a wedding, housewarming, birthday, or to commemorate a special moment.



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Owl Shaped Tea Light Holder: This set comes with the charming ceramic owl you see here, plus a set of four Yankee Candle tea lights in the popular Harvest Welcome fragrance.



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Llama Baby Tea Light Holder: Who could resist a sweet little baby llama? This just might be the cutest candle holder possible.



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Elk Tea Light Holder: Are you looking for a Christmas tea light holder to go with your winter village? These elks come in a set of two, standing 8 inches and 10 inches tall.



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Elephant Tea Light Holder: Tambo the Elephant features a glossy finish to bring out the incredible detail of his design. Each elephant tea light holder is made of cast resin and stands 5 inches tall.



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Octopus Tea Light Holder: These octopi are playful, textural, and most of all unique. They’re an easy choice for a nautical interior, but even minimalist modern homes will benefit from this distinctive combination of simplicity and quirk.



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Dragonfly Tea Light Holder: Dragonflies are colorful and full of energy – but these wire sculptures take on a more minimalist form.



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Lotus Shaped Wooden Tea Light Holder: The lotus flower is symbolic of peace and unaltered beauty, rising fresh and clean from the muddy waters in which they grow. This candle holder is 100% handmade from unfinished wood.



Buy It: $14   

Lotus Shaped Tea Light Holder (Pink): Crafted from dyed capiz shell, these semi-translucent tea light holders appear weightless and ethereal.



Buy It: $14   

Lotus Shaped Purple Tea Light Holder: Here is another version of the previous candle holder, this time in rich purple.



Buy It: $9   

Tulip Shaped Tea Light Holder: Bring the colors of spring into your home with one or more of these delightful ceramic votives. Each ceramic flower bulb is crafted and glazed by hand, so each one is unique.



Buy It: $18   

Porcelain Rose Tealight Holder: Porcelain is a versatile material. This hand=formed rose uses sleek glaze on the candle-facing side of the petals, but retains its soft matte characteristic on the opposite side.



Buy It: $14   

Moroccan Hanging Tea Light Holder: Intricate pressed glass changes the character of the candlelight that shines through it, changing the color tone and scattering the rays for a subdued and decorative effect.



Buy It: $13  

Moroccan Rainbow Colored Tea Light Holder: Here’s another Moroccan lantern, this time with differently colored glass in each pane.



Buy It: From $13   

More Moroccan Candleholders: Of course, there are an infinite number of shapes and combinations for a Moroccan theme. This diversity makes it possible to find a style to suit any color palette or design theme.



Buy It: $29   

Marble & Copper Tea Light Holder: It’s hard to ignore the understated luxury of marble. This sophisticated candleholder pairs marble with copper-plated brass – a tasteful combination to be sure.



Buy It: $11 for set of 4   

Kate Aspen Glass Tealight Holder: Clear glass sparkles with gold filigree, a wonderful tea light holder for a mantle arrangement or table setting that needs just a dash of baroque opulence. Because of the inexpensive price and good looks, these would make a wonderful place setting or party favor – perhaps for a wedding.



Buy It: $19   

Pavilion Pink and Lavender Mini Tea Light Holders: This collection provides all the style of clever coordination without the stress. Each set comes with tea light holders with matching candles included.



Buy It: $22   

Frux Home and Yard Flameless Tea Light Set: Flameless candles make it easy to get that comfortable flickering glow without the worry. This set includes 24 battery-powered candles and decorative laser-cut wraps, a flameless and shatterproof option for outdoors or indoors.



Buy It: $31   

Rechargeable Tea Light Candles With Holders: If you don’t like the idea of replacing batteries but still want the convenience of flameless, these rechargeable candles might be the answer. Each set includes 12 flameless candles, 12 frosted votive cups, and an attractive docking base for charging.



Buy It: $106   

Luminara Flameless Candles with Antique Bronze Recharging Base: Premium flameless candles are worth the price for those who need them. This set includes a stylish recharging base worthy of inclusion within your home decor, and the candles themselves last up to 15 hours on a single charge. An included remote makes it easy to set an automatic timer or turn all the candles on or off with the press of a button.


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Dining Room Roundup: 30 Elegant Designs For Any Style

Do, 21.07.2016 - 19:05

For many, the dining room serves as the very heart of the home – it’s where families gather to share the stories of the day, where old friends can make new memories, where doodles and work documents can stretch their legs. This post features 25 gorgeous dining rooms that remain simple without feeling minimalistic, using smart materials and furniture choices that underscore a sense of elegance without dominating the landscape. Each has a distinct personality despite the similarities, each catering to different tastes and space constraints. Which dining room design suits you best? Comment to let us know!


Visualizer: Fuel 3D   

Let’s start with a light and wonderful dining room that balances Danish simplicity with luxurious undertones. The pendant lamp above the table (Vertigo by Constance Guisset) is the standout piece that makes a simple interior like this one so effective.



Visualizer: Arc Media   

Marble makes a prominent statement in this dining room as well, its high-end appeal enhanced with designer brass lighting. The olive chairs are the work of Rodolfo Dordoni.



Visualizer: Svitlana Petelko   

Modern and dark, this dining room goes big with dramatic appeal. The indirect lighting seems almost theatrical.



Visualizer: Homestyler.vn   

Another dark color theme takes a softer approach with matte materials. The chairs are from the Ventura collection (2011) by Jean-Mari Massaud.



Photographer: Nasser Malek   

Colorful! This dining room is a library for both books and music – allowing the residents to eat surrounded by the things they love. The creative floor tiles help bring the eclectic media-based interior together.




Geometry is the prevailing theme of this colorful space. Dandelion yellow sets a sunny theme, while the single teal vessel draws the eye as an understated but irresistible focal point.



Visualizer: Pressrender  

Modern minimalism meets rustic charm. Wood furniture and tin cups underline the homey appeal, with concrete floors and crisp white walls acting as a sort of neutral gallery in which to appreciate the composition.



Visualizer: Metro Cúbico Digital   

Hans Wegner’s famous Wishbone chairs reappear in this laidback dining room. The oversized Random Light by Bertjan Pot is another immediately recognizable piece.



Visualizer: Kateryna Senko   

An emphasis on low-profile furniture and horizontal lines ensures the gorgeous mountainous surroundings take center stage in this kitchen and dining combination.



Photographer: Annie Schlechter   Source: NY Mag   

This incredible garden view is everything. It informs not only the colors and materials used throughout the dining room, but also influences the structure of the table and chairs as well – the structural variation is natural, rebellious, and carefree. The table is the work of Jonathan Adler and the chairs are antiques.



Visualizer: Emanuela Berardi  

Cute! Eclectic chairs unify the white, black, and wood color theme used throughout this cozy kitchen and dining combination. It’s interesting to see how the chair arrangement actually shifts the visual weight of the area, the warm wood on the right balancing the darker area near the breakfast bar to the left.



Visualizer: Emanuela Berardi  

Octo pendants (by Secto Design) and classic Eames chairs could serve as a strong foundation for any dining room. It’s hard to go wrong with beloved selections like these.



Visualizer: Amin Paseban   

Located beneath a dramatic vaulted ceiling, this kitchen and dining combination embraces its cozy circumstances with dark colors and rich texture.




Stone block walls can look monolithic and imposing at times. But here weighty materials actually draw out the lightness of the refined furniture and cabinetry selections.



Visualizer: Homestyler.vn   

Modernism and classical details meet within this subdued space, crowned by the elegant chandelier that sparkles above.




Maroon is an attractive complement to any greyscale theme – its subdued tone doesn’t pop out, but subtly bleeds warmth into the environment instead.



Visualizer: AR Studio   

Textural variation allows this greyscale dining room to rise above its restricted color palette. The ultra-plush chairs are from the Serpentine collection by Eléonore Nalet and the lights are from the AIM series by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.



Visualizer: AR Studio   

Black chairs blend into the black accent wall at the far end of this open living space. The one thing that stands out are the distinctive profiles of three Beat pendant lights by Tom Dixon.



Visualizer: Visumetrie   

If a black-and-white color theme seems too spare for your tastes, but you still like the idea of adopting a modernist style, a cheerful dash of color is an easy way to make your interior truly your own.



Architect: Hillam Architects    Photographer: Dion Photography   

Futuristic and luxurious, this dining room uses dramatic sweeping angles to guide the eye from each functional area to the next. Richly-veined marble and slate floors stick out as the few natural materials used within – their contribution to the aesthetic cannot be overlooked.



Visualizer: Perfect Design   

Here’s another interior where warm accents seem to affect even the deepest colors in the room.



Visualizer: Ilkin Gurbanov   

Daring color! Pistachio green isn’t a common choice for dining rooms but this interior shows that anything is possible with the right accent materials. Warm wood creates striking contrast, an evolution from its usual role where it dominates every flat surface.



Visualizer: Denis Melnik   

High contrast palettes can make an especially dramatic impression in a home with classical details like this one. Any shift in perspective will completely alter the effect of the white elements against their matte black background.



Visualizer: yanis lachat  

Industrial yet cheerful – tall concrete walls might otherwise feel imposing, but these spectacular yellow chairs lighten the mood and provide an irresistible focal point. Even within the urban interior, it’s hard not to think of floral themes with the combination of dandelion yellow chairs and the blooming chandelier above.



Visualizer: HDR Designer   

And finally, a simple white dining room colored only by the hues of nature: the warm legs of the molded chairs and the plants’ verdant foliage. A single Beat pendant ties into the black fittings scattered throughout.


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A Modern Apartment With Classical Features

Mi, 20.07.2016 - 17:01

Located in the heart of Kiev, this modern apartment by YØ DEZEEN uses a strong contemporary interior design theme accented with classical ornamentation. This sense of contrast heightens the effect of both influences and helps to underscore the attractive greyscale contrast used throughout. Artwork, vivid accent colors, and intricate details bring this otherwise streamlined interior to life. It’s a luxurious home designed with a young family in mind, easy to adapt to changing tastes and space requirements – the designers knew more than just what it needed, but also considered what it may need to become.



The interior is spacious and open but makes good use of partial walls and hefty pillars to create a sense of division between functional spaces. Greyscale dominates the interior color theme, allowing the oxidized red accents to appear even richer. Intricate wall panel boiserie introduces the most historically relatable feature.










In the kitchen, dark and moody cabinetry offers a sophisticated backdrop. The cladding’s distressed texture ties into the classical ornamentation throughout the home, including the paneling to the right. Creative features make this space special – including the vibrant greenery planted in the combination stove hood / island light.








A formal dining room occupies a bright space just around the corner from the kitchen. The living room is right on the other side of the concrete wall to the left. To the right, a mirrored wall reflects all the natural lighting back into the room and makes the entire home feel connected to this important space.








Whereas the floorboards run diagonally in the social areas, they flawlessly guide the eye in a straight line down the hallway. This passage leads to the private areas of the home. Intricate boiserie steps aside and lets the ornamentation of natural wood take center stage.





Classical influence takes its strongest form in the master bedroom. Woodcut style artwork spans the length of the headboard wall – rather than hanging artwork, the wall itself becomes a piece to admire. The bed’s frame helps further emphasize the artwork behind it: not obscured in any way.








Each of the two bathrooms adopts a different style. This bath, attached to the master bedroom, continues the dark grey-and-black theme present throughout the main space. Rich stone, dark wood, and reflected ambiance bring this bathroom to the next level.







A children’s bedroom – shared by two siblings – combines sleek modernism with classic Art Deco influence. This space is lighter than the rest of the home, boosting the mood of the young occupants and reducing distraction during study time.




The lights are from the Prop series by Bertjan Pot.










Classic elements include dark boards and ornate wall paneling on the dry side of the bathroom, with rich marble in the shower enclosure. The marble sink vessel is carved from the corner for an interesting aged effect.






And finally, a look at the more public bathroom. It feels immediately welcoming and brght upon entry thanks to the extensive use of translucent marble. Classical elements still form a distinctive impression of this bathroom – one large panel borders the back of the toilet, reflected through the tall mirror just opposite.


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