Bathroom, antique cabinets.
French rococo furniture, old world style.
Dining room, antique dining furniture. China Qing Dynasty picture and very old chair.
August 26, 2010 No Comments
The interior design of beautiful apartment in Amsterdam by i29 Architects. This single-family apartment for four people is situated in a stately building in southern Amsterdam, NL. The original structure, with rooms for staff, a double hall and long hallways with lots of doors has been transformed into a spacious, transparent dwelling full of light and air.
A steel staircase links the living room to the owner’sv private space underneath the roof.
The kitchen in combination with cabinets from floor to ceiling has laser-cut front panels, all spray painted white.
the living room and the kitchen form one single continuity. [Read more →]
August 25, 2010 1 Comment
The cushion at the front is by Hettle and the striped cushion is from Adairs. They usually end up on the floor too.
Robert’s toy car is parked at the very entrance to his room. Whenever Robert spots the zebra sitting on the car he knocks him off. It didn’t last long after I took this photo.
There’s something so heartwarming about a baby’s nursery in the beginning. It’s been prepared with love and attention and is just waiting for…the baby. And then the baby arrives and grows and their needs change and so too does their room. (via: Ish and Chi)
When you are theme decorating a girls room, you should know that a good wall color is the best foundation you can have. From that one color alone, you can start choosing decorations that would fit. But since you are most likely going to start this whilst the kid is still a toddler then your [...]
1 Firstly, consider practical aspects to decorating kids’ bathrooms. It is important to create a space that is appealing to children, particularly if your little ones don’t like bathing, or are a little nervous of having their hair washed. Make your bathroom a fun and relaxing place for kids, and your bath-time worries will soon [...]
August 25, 2010 No Comments
Family room is a space where you can gather with your family in daily life – days. Gail Drury family room from the beginning contains a very traditional space. High storage cabinet flanked by large flat panel TV above the frame to create an accent wall. Some interesting paintings can really bring a wave of deftness to your room. Acting as a style to your room. The Windows, shutters and furniture all add to the beauty of a cozy contemporary living room. (via: drurydesigns.com )
The owner made some major changes to a chaotic kids’ playroom to transform it into what she calls a “game room/lounge,” but what we’d describe as a true family room with space and activities for everyone.
August 25, 2010 1 Comment
The Ivy Chair, almost like bringing home a shower of your raked treasure from the garden and trying out a DIY project. Whatever! From contemporary interiors point of view, the Ivy Chair in white (and maybe in black for Takashi) will be perfect! (Designer: Satoshi Itasaka)
Woven Rattan Leaf Chair at Wisteria
Rattan can seem kind of predictable when summer rolls around, but predictable is not what came to mind when we spotted this colorful, leaf-shaped version from Wisteria. Want it on the other hand, did. (via: apartmenttherapy.com)
The sexy and sensuous Leaf chair is inspired by nature’s curves. Graceful and slim, the upholstered top sits on a steel base as if floating in its own space. (designer: Kenneth Cobonpue)
This design takes its aesthetics and structure inspiration from leafs. The chair’s body is comprised from two major parts; aluminum cast frame and a co-injected silicone + plastic seat for support and comfort. The structure and seating position were aimed for leisure and relaxation. (via: nirsiegel.com)
August 24, 2010 1 Comment
In designer Vicente Wolf’s New York loft, a Dutch Colonial daybed he bought in Borneo faces VW Home chairs in his linen, left, and his wool blend. Candlesticks, 18th c., on 1960s round table, all from Italy. Italian film set lamp, 1960s. Photography by artists such as Lisette Model, Geert Goiris and Walker Evans.
Timeless Design in the Bedroom
Drapery in VW Home wool. Italian 18th century table. Chinese 19th century bowl. Hans Wegner chair, 1960s. Ashanti stool. Bed by Wolf in VW Home mohair blend. Anichini linens on the bed. VW Home table near Italian set lamp, 1960s. Photograph by Martin Munkacsi. Eero Saarinen table for Knoll. Antique french gold table sits below the windows.
Conversation Area in Living Room
19th c. Russian chair with gold frame on the left, VW Home sofa in Wolf’s wool blend and mid-century acrylic chair by Erwine and Estelle Laverne. Drum table by Wolf. Edelman Leather cowhide rug. Drapery in VW Home wool. [Read more →]
August 23, 2010 1 Comment