Breathtaking Bathroom Design in Sofia,Bulgaria

The twin Bulgarian designers,Desislava Ivanova and Branimira Ivanova, together with Gemelli Design, a studio located in Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia, have not recanted in creating another startling design. All their former performances proved to be stunning, and the following designs respect the algorithm. The first configuration, “An Oasis in a Sandstorm” bathroom combines the yellow and purple and merges the lavatory with the bedroom. This daring prototype frames a statuary modern bedroom divided by an evenly fabulous restroom by a glass surface and a fireplace.For a smooth shift between the two rooms, the inventors prefered to utilize glass instead of an opaque material. Furthermore, they have also chosen to carry an identical geometric range of shapes in both arrangements. The contrasting pigments of each space also concur to assure the mild progression between the spaces. The second design,” H20 in Geometry” aims to call attention to the vital bond between the [ Continue reading ]

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Nirvana Bathtub Design

This more-than-modern bathtub design was inspired by the intention of reproducing the nightsky into the small “universe” of your restroom. This very model is one of the winners of The Red Dot Award 2009. The following design was conceived by Bathroom Tomorrow, a Thai company from Bangkok. The “Nirvana” Bathtub succeeds in merging the state-of-the-art technology only to offer you a memorable bathing experience. Because of its bizzare shape, this bathtub only uses 40 % of the water that an average bathtub does, aspect that makes it sustainable too. LEDs all over the surface establish the wonderful effect from the pictures. An i-Touch system controlls the lights that the company promotes. What else could be said about this allurign bathtub ?! Care to comment?  

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Villa Mecklin by Huttunen Lipasti Pakkanen Architects

The place where Villa Mecklin lounges stands for serene atmosphere amidst the tree cluster and its welcoming stone terrace. Created by the Helsinki-based team Risto Huttunen,Santeri Lipasti and Pekka Pakkanen, this home design is perfectly suitable for a summer escape. Mainly self-built, this lodge is situated near the northern cape of Mustaluoto Island, where on its earstern side lays off a splendid boat marina. When coming from the harbour to the entry of the main building, you get surprised by the omnipresence of the trees. After sight-seeing the surroundings, you get to be dazzled by the breathtaking horizon witnessed from the wide terrace, accessed via a hatch in the decking. To have an ever more spectacular outline, a fireplace has been drilled in the centre of the terrace. When the hatch is not in place and the fire is not lit, the generous terrace can also be used as a [ Continue reading ]

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Lightbox House by Edwards Moore

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 [ Continue reading ]

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Portable Home ÁPH80 by ÁBATON

Designed by Spanish architects from ÁBATON, this portable establishment is for those with wanderlust. Contrasting with its owner’s restlessness,this austere crib is a veritable chameleon. From the outside it seems to be frugal and rigid, but its interior bring to light a more than warm appearance. Generous woodensurfaces and large opening concur to make the chippy crib a gracious one,transforming it greatly. Feasible and transportable, manages to incorporate any environment. Being an upgraded version of a landyacht,ÁPH80 is part of a series that addresses those who seek for comfort anywhere. Easily commutative by road and ready to beplaced wherever, this mobile dwelling is ideal for a couple that enjoys travelling. Elementary and yet sturdy, this innovative composition gracefully provides confort and balance to its inhabitants.ÁPH80 personifies the ethics and essences of ÁBATON: wellbeing, environmental balance, and simplicity.’ Freshest ideas embodied in this splendid design would lure any wandering soul. Don’t know about [ Continue reading ]

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3D Experience in Your House

Do you want something new and innovative in your house? Here you could find the solution! Imperial, a company from Dubai, has cornered the 3D floor design market for now, but this product is too popular to remain exclusive for long. According to Imperial, liquid 3D floors are a recent innovation first used in hotels, offices, and shopping centers. However, they insist it’s a misconception that decorative screed can only be used in the bathroom or toilet – in fact, 3D floors are suitable for any room, “and even villas.” In other words, here is the idea of design your house using the new technologies. I found this very interesting and impressive, because you could bring the image of nature in your house. The 3D images are spectacular, and the sense of reality is intense! I would bring this in my house!

Feminine apartments

Women are defined as sensitive, fragile human beings and these qualities can be reflected in the way they design their own home. I can imagine that the perfect space for a woman is a clear and spacious one with white, light pink or purple furniture, carpets and wallpapers. As home decorations they would probably love to fill the house with flowers, mirrors, gold or silver vases and photo frames. Another innovation can be a romantic corner where she would like to stay with her husband/boyfriend, like a fireplace in front of which she can place a fur carpet. The Victorian style is also something that women choose when it comes to decorate their home. It is this possible because the Victorian style it is also represented by a woman? (The Queen Victoria)

Assymetrycal Bathtub

If you are aiming for elegance in your bathroom, the Juliet bathtub will bring you the exact amount of glamor you wished for. Fluency and charm blend in whilist this lovely design, creating the perfect feature for any homeowner or hotel guest that is lured by grace. Its irregular form resembles an organic cast and simultaneously duplicates the moves of the waves. The idea of the design came from an antique bowl,which,it appears,summoned something compelling and startling. The feature of this bathtub gives the impression that as you move, the form changes accordingly. How can this aspect not be appealling to any eye? What is more,from certain angles, the edges concur to draw up the form of the infinity symbol, so the assymmetrical dimensions of the bathtub are empowered once again. Modern and yet preserving traditional elements, this design manages to make its way to the image of an ideal [ Continue reading ]

An Old Door Design

I found a nice solid old door at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore for just a couple of dollars.   The door just happened to be the exact width of two craft crates that I got on sale. I went to the hardware store and got one board to top off the crates and one for a shelf. I replaced the glass with bead board… it was more practical. And then Lots and lots of paint… First I painted everything with black acrylic paint I had left over from another project. Then when that dried I coated everything with a white satin acrylic paint. I put it all together with some brackets and hooks and decorative knobs I got 75% off at the craft store. I then distressed it lightly and glazed it with Valspar Antiquing Glaze. I really like it because I wanted it more black and white than [ Continue reading ]

Kids Room

Decorating a kid’s room doesn’t have to be so difficult as it seems to. You only need creativity, and if you have it, you have it all. You have to paint the room in playful colors, to take care not to forget about the play corner. An interesting thing about a kid room is the floor. You can personalize the floor in a shape of an animal, or a car, or a doll. The bed has to be covered with fun throw pillows. The most important thing: Ask your child what he/she would prefer !!!