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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
DNA Bookcase by Linfa Design is one of those furniture pieces that could serve different purposes at once. Besides holding books it could be used as a room divider. The bookshelf is made in curved plywood, beech veneered with black finished steel frame. As you might already understood it reminds a human DNA. That gives it a stylish and unusual look so it won’t spoil any contemporary interior. The bookcase is designed by Alessandro Elli. (via: digsdigs.com)
More Creative Bookshelves Designs
The Movement Bookcase includes a arrangement of bent nails which can be shaped in the form of legs and arms, acting as book holders. [via]
Skateboard shelf is a piece of furniture that every skateboard lover would tell your that is awesome. [via]
Books on Earthquakes
If you’ve ever been obsessive about making sure your books line up neatly by height, then you’ll probably would hate the disorder of the Books on Earthquakes bookshelf. Sort of a lego meets Barbie meets global disaster the design isn’t just strange, but incredibly versatile due to the “lego” like modular components. You can create a very tall (unstable looking) shelf or 2 smaller ones from the same parts. [via]
This Multi-functional shelf design by Yoon-Zee Kim is a playful and creative piece of furniture. You can use it as a shelving system or a seating and a desk. This piece of furniture has a modern look, doesn’t take to much space and is a very clever idea that looks nice. [via]
Apartment White Design SANTPERE47 By Miel Architects
August 11th, 2010 · No Comments
SANTPERE47 is a typical Barcelona’s apartment of the end of the 19th century that was recently renovated by Miel Architects. As any other apartment should, it features very creative space saving storage solutions. There are 2.20 meter high ceilings so the open plan living room features a staircase that leads mezzanines of storage and bottle [...]
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Bookshelf Design Ideas – A Staircase Or A BookShelf
December 9th, 2008 · 1 Comment
Creative bookshelf design. Do you have trouble to manage all your large quantity books when you decorating your home? Maybe a good Structured bookshelp is very important.
How to design a good structure bookshelf? a staircase will help you. You should know the unique structure of each step, allowing for anyone to comfortably sit down while [...]
By Laura Milligan
Below are 50 simple ways you can maintain a happy, clean, and organized office area at home by practicing the fundamentals of Feng Shui. By including the key elements fire, water, earth, and wood, you’ll have a work space that maximizes your productivity and energy while nurturing a calm, soothing balance.
Rearrange furniture frequently. [...]
August 20, 2010 1 Comment
Cedar Stump Table
25″ high, 20″ diameter, 20lbs.
Salvaged from Vancouver Is. Beach
Ocean Weathered Natural Finish
Red Cedar, Stainless Steel Legs. Dimensions- 18” high x 35” x 45.”
John Ross Design attempts to foster appreciation for the forms produced by trees and their environments by embracing the inherent character and individuality of each tree and allowing it to speak for itself.
Table and Benches
None of the woods we use are harvested from old growth forests. Our wood slabs are domestically sourced from either salvaged trees or wind/storm damaged trees.
Visit the Hudson Furniture website – here.
Home Office Designs – Modern home office furniture
November 20th, 2009 · No Comments
When you are furnishing a workspace for your house, you want it to be a stylish and comfortable place to work. Solid wood furniture creates an elegant yet warm and welcoming atmosphere in any room of the home. Their desks are great for home offices when natural warmth of solid hardwood and contemporary design are [...]
Roche-Bobois is a French furniture company that has just released its 2009 Spring-Summer collection of living room furniture which seems to lay heavy emphasis on the vivid colours that reflect the season.
Sun room and colorful sofa
Leather sofa and solid wood retro style furniture
French Country Decorating Ideas- French Antique
May 25th, 2009 · 3 Comments
French country decorating [...]
November 21, 2009 No Comments
When you are furnishing a workspace for your house, you want it to be a stylish and comfortable place to work. Solid wood furniture creates an elegant yet warm and welcoming atmosphere in any room of the home. Their desks are great for home offices when natural warmth of solid hardwood and contemporary design are things which motivates you to do your work better. Cubus and Atelier desks are usual desks with mobile pedestal, although Atelier has a nice feature which could be suitable for a lot of people. For more info visit Team 7 site for their other wooden furniture products.
Contemporary Bathroom Suites By Kent Bathrooms. Kent Bathrooms was established since 1989 and providing complete bathroom installation service.
A suite can give your bathroom a rather clinical finish. Simply choosing a bath that doesn’t match your sink and toilet can make all the difference – just stick to the same colour and a similar period to [...]
A modern room color scheme is simply a coordinated effort amongst all the colors in the room to create a group, or scheme that is noticeable from a distance.
Feature wall: A striking wall turns an ordinary room into an exceptional one. The intense richness of Redcurrant Glory on the fireplace in this image works brilliantly [...]
There are many considerations to be made when looking for the right home office furniture. Ask yourself a few important questions before you decide which type of home office you want.
1. What kind of people will be frequenting your home office?
2. What is your budget?
3. Should the furniture be suited towards long-term use or short-term use?
4. How much space do you have in the room you are furnishing?
5. Do you prefer modern or traditional style furniture?
November 20, 2009 2 Comments
The second-floor office of designer Kevin Rein
Ideas for small spaces: Gray walls + simple furniture: Ralph Lauren ‘Grange Hall’er’s Ohio farmhouse, painted Grange Hall by Ralph Lauren. When painting small homes and spaces, Reiner advises using restraint: “I use no less than three and no more than five paint colors in similar tones throughout the house to create a flow.”
Photo by Don Freeman, Country Living.
In her newly-built Hamptons ‘barn,’ Ina Garten turned an alcove outside her bedroom into a small office. Walls are painted Farrow & Ball’s White Tie. The antique desk is from Bloom, in Sag Harbor, and the photo of Luxembourg Gardens is by Jean-Michel Berts.
Photo by Simon Upton, House Beautiful.
Ideas for small spaces: Vintage apothecary cabinet for storage, from Elle Decor
The home office of accessories designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex’s rural Connecticut home. They designed the desk; a vintage apothecary cabinet serves as a storage unit; factory lights are from Privet House. Displayed throughout are paintings by Truex, vintage commercial art, and sample footwear from the Lambertson Truex men’s collection.
Photo by Pieter Estersohn, Elle Decor, October 2008
The study is an important room in the house. Here are some useful feng shui tips for study room design.
Start by making sure that the study room is tidy. Studying in an untidy room can be quite distracting, so make sure that the room itself is clean and calm. Don’t leave things that are not [...]
White Interior Design Inspiration for Home Office, simple and sophisticated home office style.
designer: Sara Gilbane
photo: Skinny Laminx
somethings hiding in here
photo: Summer Thornton
photo: Pierce Allen
Pictures Of Living Room Reading Nook
November 17, 2009 1 Comment
Fauteuil a Grand Comfort. Design: LeCorbusier.
A common (although mis-guided) knock on much modern furniture is that it focuses far too much on form and too little on function– specifically comfort. The Le Corbusier LC2 Petit Modele Armchair is what Le Corbusier called a “cushion basket”, and comfortable is probably the best word to describe it. The leather-lined cushions sink under your weight, molding around you while providing plenty of support. Designed in 1928, the LC2 has earned itself a spot around the table of the most iconic modern chairs in the last century. You can get one today, reproduced by Cassina Italy for around $3,500.
Saarinen Tulip Armchair Knoll
Designed by Eero Saarinen [Read more →]
August 31, 2009 No Comments