Posts from — November 2010
All white kitchen, clean and beautiful.
All white master bedroom.
Living room, french style furniture, and the beautiful crystal chandeliers.
Exterior, outdoor furniture
Vintage style, love the rattan baskets.
White glass doors.
This is a old villa renovated in 1800′s style. The big white wooden house with the beautiful window panels blend into the winter landscape of Brastad, Bohuslän. The house is a so-called cutting sheds and looks like it has been here for ages, or at least from the merchant’s era in the late 1800s. Visit skonahem(Swedish) for more info.
By: JOHANNA Flyckt Photo: Mari Eriksson via: skonahem
November 30, 2010 2 Comments
Above narrow bathroom is designed by bathroom brand Cifial USA (In 1996, CIFIAL strengthened it’s commitment to the North American market by opening Cifial USA in Atlanta, GA. With offices and a warehouse totaling 41,000 sq. feet, Cifial USA is the home of North American operations and distribution. With almost $9 million worth of inventory on hand, our distribution center meets the needs of our 2,000+ distributor/showroom locations.), this compact yet contemporary bathroom by San Francisco-based Marsh & Clark Design is dressed to the nines, and it’s all in the details. From the ground up, this narrow bathroom has a wide-reaching aesthetic appeal that’s timeless, with pops of trends that still keep it current with today’s fashions. Photos found on trendir.
November 29, 2010 No Comments
Living room, chair and bookshelf.
Lovely creative vase and flowers
Blue chair and yellow center table
Simple black desk and light, Ikea style.
This modern colorful room is the apartment of the talented design duo from What We Do which is a full service design studio of Denmark. Based out of Denmark, Hanne & Tobias Scheel Mikkelsen offer numerous services including interior design, graphic design, product design and so on.
November 28, 2010 No Comments
Rustic decor is a popular trend partially because it allows for eclectic pieces that are more affordable but also because it blends well with other types of decor such as bohemian modern, shabby chic, cottage style, green design and cabin style. This rustic style bathroom was designed by Gunni, with all white modern sanitary ware, the clean, white palette, the cool porcelain and the contemporary minimalist look of the sink, tub, toilet and bidet are an unlikely but ideal complement to this earthy bathroom with a Zen atmosphere that promotes good taste. photo found on trendir.
November 27, 2010 No Comments
Sexy, Cute and beauty! Based out of the UK, Dupenny has been cooking up some sexy treats for the home. Be bold and dare to hang their promiscuous line of wallpaper featuring sultry ladies of the 20th Century. From roaring 20′s flappers to 50′s housewives and burlesque babes, they’ve got you covered. Maybe the ladis are too taboo for you? Don’t worry, they also offer tamer, yet equally dramatic, garden & tile patterns in their signature black & white palette. While you’re poking around their shop. I found these cute photos on modnest, and another post Leather Sofa and Other Handcrafted Designs also from her.
November 26, 2010 No Comments
Huge windows of the house
Kitchen and dining room, minimalist design.
White and yellow walls, yellow cabinets, staircase.
Bathroom on the attic.
This multi-generational gable house plan is essentially two houses in one, offering attached accommodations while maintaining a sense of privacy. Designed by BUB Archtekten, this German home features an east and west gable, one occupied by the parents, and the other by the children and their children. Between the two volumes is a common area connecting the two, with fantastic panoramic views of the countryside. The Multi-Generational Home has a clean and contemporary style, with a minimalist interior punctuated by modern details like vibrant colors contrasting natural elements like stone and wood. A patio extends the length of the house between the two volumes, offering an outdoor entertaining area from which to enjoy the sparkling sunsets. BUB Archtekten. via trendir
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November 25, 2010 No Comments