Published at Tuesday, August 01st 2017, 17:40:24 PM by Page Marin. Bedroom.
For the Modern Bedroom
Published at Wednesday, May 10th 2017, 13:19:22 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Whoever listens to the sound of the harp will forever recall its smooth and peaceful sounds. Owning one and knowing how to play it is a dream for many people. However, if that is not the case, you could always go for something less exciting in the field of music, but quite cool in the field of design. From Carisa, this heater is a non-singing or home-heating model of a harp. It is called Adagio and even though it doesn't have the ability to make beautiful sounds, it will surely keep your home warm and perhaps even give you a harp-related feeling. The producers explain this object as “a symphony in stainless steel, harmonious or moving, yet timeless. A radiator to move your spirit. A radiator that is beyond any imagination or creativity.” We take their word for it and we are looking forward to yours too.
Published at Monday, May 08th 2017, 12:19:48 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Designed by Matteo Cibic the Hi-Fido is an audio speaker that use the acoustic properties of ceramic to diffuse hi standard sound with a bass reflex mode. Besides boasting of fantastic sound quality, it’s definitely going to catch the attention of dog lovers. These speakers will be available this April in extremely restricted quantities (50 total and just 10 in the U.S.), no price listed yet …but as all exclusive items you can expect at something big. – Via – Gizmag
Published at Sunday, May 07th 2017, 12:14:19 PM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
Designed by Amirko aka Amirkhan Abdurakhmanov this concept (if it becomes real) will offer you the possibility to completely change the look of a space without having to reach for the paint buckets. Called simply “Change it!” this is basically a big wall of little triangle panels, which can be rotated to get the color of your choice. Each triangle take white, black, and rainbow shades. I feel that in about four or five years this idea could be on the market, and then you’ll be changing the way your studio apartment looks everytime, and who knows maybe things like this will be the future of interior design. – Via – Yanko
Published at Friday, May 05th 2017, 12:10:55 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
When I got home, I spent quite a bit of time calculating my measurements. I first laid the carpet out on the floor and trimmed it a bit to fit the room. Then I measured the length of the field and figured out how far apart my lines should be to allow for all of the field measurements as well as two endzones. I then cut the duct tape into 1″ wide strips and used them to mark a full line for every five yards on the field. I also appended short strips of tape to mark the 1-yard hash marks that appear on each side of the field and then again a third of the way in from each side of the field.
Published at Thursday, May 04th 2017, 11:34:15 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Motivated by the legendary Pac-Man himself, this self design lives up to the character's true aesthetic. The shelf features a bright yellow coloring complete with several square shelving units that curve. Inside is a plentiful amount of space to house all sorts of knick-knacks. The piece can be mounted straight onto the wall making it more a work of art rather than a traditional shelf design.
Published at Tuesday, May 02nd 2017, 03:35:11 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
Decorating our house brings different atmosphere and will surely match our needs and wants. If you are one of those who wanted to help save our endangered animals but will not be able to be there individually to help them, we can express our focus with these animals through the Bear Skin Rug by Lise Lefebvre. These animal themed rug will create you and your guests aware of the recent situation of our endangered animals and will surely do something to assist save these animals. Most of all, you will get the opportunity to decorate your house with a creative and eye-catching designs.
Published at Monday, May 01st 2017, 03:31:53 AM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
The Mondrian-inspired seismic joint bridges these two rooms, as De Stijl bridged Arts also Crafts and contemporary design. The black cube side table in the living room was designed by architect Dan Solomon. Marx says Solomon was over at their house one day, picking up model trees, saw the cube also tried to get it back from the couple. It’s still in their family room.