I said this a billion times, and I will continue saying that the lighting in a house is one of the most important things. As creative as they are, as beautiful the home looks. No matter where you put a big lamp,or a small lamp as long as it fits with the design.
‘LZF is designing and manufacturing hand-made wood-veneer lamps since 1994 and can be considered as one of the world’s most respected boutique lighting companies.’
These are by far, the most beautiful,creative,luxurious lamps I’ve ever seen!
“Trick” is a pair of chairs, a table and a bookcase all together.
Designed by Sakura Adachi for Italian manufacturer Campeggi, “Trick” is a bookcase which transforms into a console table with two chairs. When both sides of the bookcase are moved from the original positions, they function as chairs. What remains in the centre works as a table. The console can be used for dining as well as for writing, reading and working on your computer. It is multi-purpose furniture which offers a space saving solution and fulfills your everyday activities in small environment .
Here is a nice space saving solution for a small apartment!
In an ordinary world springps up artists who color our life everyday: the architects. This inspiring lakeside retreat is situated in Harbert, Michigan, United States and it is designed by Wheeler Kearns Architects. The dining room suggests simplicity and the family harmony by means of furniture pieces and floor to ceiling windows are the predominant element in the room, celebrating the movement of the sun thoughout the day. Well, this is the place where you can relax afer work, read books or enjoy the sunset with people you love.
The stairs are the line between the dining room and the kitchen, supported by stainless steel cables which blends harmoniously both wood floor and kitchen furniture. The shades of grey of the sofa and the chairs are in acordance with the fireplace, suggesting peace, elegance, comfort, a space where you can meditate.
The midget single-storey terrace house, dwarfed by the surroundings makes a splash in the encompassing borderlands. Aiming to exploit the modest space, the designer ofthe Lightbox successfully harnessed the scope. To sweeten the atmosphere, wide windows have been introduced in order to let the sunbeam accompany the ambience of the dwelling. The desire to enhance the quality of the living spaces within contributes to increasing the hospitality of the crib.
The second floor should only be seen as a horizontal plane within the home, but as a vertical space, having considered the feeling of unity that its existence contributes to creating the impression of spaciousness. The see-through skin boasts the medium with natural light and the strategically installed openings provide an inner landscape.
The fully-white painted walls empower the effect of wideness, inducing a flavor of tastefullness and roominess. The minimalistic features and wood inserts construct
a breezy ambience and offer the inhabitants an ample arena for expansion. Cozy for a compact home,isn’t it?
The Scandinavian home style has made its way to everyone’s heart lately thanks to its defined and yet wild manner. Two typical features of this style- white walls and simple forward-thinking furniture are to be found in this very design too. But that’s not all. A curve ball introduces subtle accents of Greek home designing. This thoughtful mixture establishes an alluring composition with a grain of freshness. Starting in the living, the stark Scandi walls induce a minimalistic backdrop for a full host of natural Greek materials, sprinkled all over the lounging zone. Dainty foot stads complimenting scatter cushions and floor cushions, together with a large rug unite to construct a gracious semblance. The kitchen design spreads on the blue and white palette. A lenghty backsplash has been formed from a checkerboard of tiles. The furniture itself has a traditional touch. White wooden, with shell cup handles establish a bold, contrasting dresser and a white painted dining set. The furniture elements award the ambient with a grain of hospitality, typical to French farmhouses. As if it didn’t look hearty enough, warm shaded terracotta floor tiles have been added to compete with the white washed floorboards. The rustic stove offers an unique cooking experience. The ceramic wood burning stove of an antique Scandinavian design sweeten the mise en scene. The splendid statement in a blue and white palette could look equally fit in a Greek interior. Groovy black and white decor comes to conquer the hallway, together with the custom wallpaper. More checkerboard tiling covers the floor area beneath a coat rack and shoe stand. Bizarre but well-chosen features, we think. Care to comment this design?