Serilda Fabel Kitchen, January 27th , 2017. Like other wood countertops, live edge counters look better with age as long as they are cared for. When choosing a live edge piece, look for wood from a builder or craftsman who air dries the wood for a number of years and kiln dries it to lower its moisture levels.
Nunzia Ajello Living Room, January 20th , 2017. Because contemporary living room furniture is often clean-lined and hard-angled, the aesthetic can appear more rigid and cold than is probably intended. Soften the feel of the entire living room by laying a foundation of muted, deep, and warm coloring on the walls.
Serilda Fabel Interior, February 01st , 2017. If you’re looking for a bold way to incorporate this trend, then painting stripes on your walls is the choice for you. But don’t go overboard — chose one main focal wall to incorporate stripes, not the entire room. Wallpaper works too.
Elenora Calabrese Kitchen, January 30th , 2017. Ideally, a kitchen should have lots of natural light and that usually means that sacrifices have to be made in order to accommodate large windows or that you have to find a way to design your kitchen with an open and bright decor. Multifunctional designs are always preferred in kitchens regardless of their size and style so why not have a window backsplash? It‘s both a window and a backsplash and it‘s exactly what a kitchen needs to look bright, spacious and inviting. Lots of architects and designers agree.
Serilda Fabel Dining Room, January 23rd , 2017. This modern dining room is a veritable gallery of classic chair designs, ranging from Wegner to Panton to Eames. The lamps are also a throwback of sorts – Jan Plechác and Henry Wielgus designed these blown glass lamps as part of the Neverending Glory Collection, inspired by iconic chandeliers from the world‘s most important opera houses and theaters.
Hugette Montagne Interior, February 07th , 2017. You don’t have to incorporate every shade of the monochromatic rainbow. It’s possible to focus on creating an ultra-clean white space or to experiment with various hues of gray. Just mix up the space with a few different prints and patterns to keep the room from seeming too one-note.
Elenora Calabrese Interior, February 02nd , 2017. The key lies in how you incorporate trends into your space. Limit en vogue items to the cheaper and more replaceable aspects of the space — think throw pillows or lighting. That way, if styles change a few years down the road, you’ll be able to easily swap those elements out for more current styles without a huge cost. Not exactly the case if you splurge on a green velvet sofa that you can’t bear the sight of in a few years.
Serilda Fabel Office, January 24th , 2017. The meeting rooms are the spaces where the designers were most creative. These areas are defined by IT and computer-inspired decors. One room, for instance, has rows of 1s and 0s on the walls and the table is also designed with a custom inlay that reflects the same pattern.
Elenora Calabrese Office, January 25th , 2017. Meet Victor, a stylish desk designed by Pierre-Francois Dubois. It’s small and simple, featuring a metal rod frame and a a wooden top with rounded edges. Two storage compartments under the top offer room for documents and office supplies which the work surface is clear and free or clutter. There‘s another detail that stands out: a set of two thin panels that guard the front portion of the top, forming a protective rim that can prevent items from falling or help organize things.
Hugette Montagne Bedroom, February 04th , 2017. Looking to work wood into an art deco bedroom? This feature wall surprises with triangular panels popping out in mustard. Exude a 70‘s vibe with a painted wooden wall. This diamond-patterned piece curves up to a ceiling runway and spider chandelier.
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