I have a true gem for you today! It is the home of Rasmus Warnke Nørregaard, the CEO and founder of Everclassic, so it is no surprise his place is filled with amazing vintage Scandinavian furniture, ceramics, art, and other design objects. Source: The Beautiful Copenhagen Home of a Vintage Scandinavian
Black, white, grey and cream. These four simple hues are all that’s needed in Carla Sofie Mogle’s serene home in Horsens, Denmark. To add interest and depth, the freelance interior stylist and CEO of Molge Decor , has worked with form and texture. Source: A Serene Light Coloured Danish Home
Hover is a minimalist stool created by Toronto-based designer Tom Chung. Hover is a contemporary take on the mechanics’ stool. Designed for co-working spaces or cafe’s where one might need personal short-term storage space. The tray provides a surface for your bag, without having to place it on the floor
Each room needs a glamour and a touch of energetic playfulness, that will give a personality in the interior. Entering a vitality into the modern spaces is a tangible necessity nowadays when colours like white and grey dominate in most of the spaces. Source: Warmth In The Kitchen-15 Magnificent Orange
This desk chair, which Rohlfs designed in collaboration with his wife, Anna Katharine Green, is perhaps his most modernist creation, featuring a bold attenuated form and unconventional decoration. Its dramatic design creates a lithe silhouette, which is brilliantly foiled by complex pierced and carved surfaces. Source: The Artistic Furniture of
Grey kitchen with brass and green marble I think the material combination in this kitchen works out absolutely perfect. The light grey cabinet doors, combined with the brass handles, sink and tap have a very delicate look. All of this combined with the green marble however, brings this look to the next level.
RoarcRenew created a design for the Mixpace Coworking offices located in Shanghai, China. RoarcRenew renovated the space of Carlowitz & Co., (third to the fifth floor) located in Middle Jiangxi Road, into a unique co-working space. The original building was built in 1898 with large natural stones and red ganged
As in fashion, styles in home decor are cyclical. Don’t expect to see a resurgence of avocado or harvest gold kitchen appliances anytime soon — or ever — but do expect brass hardware and fixtures to eclipse chrome. Note that today’s brass is unlacquered, not the shiny, polished material of days gone by.
Australian architects are embracing the “less is more” approach to residential design, turning swaths of glass, steel and concrete into head-turning luxury homes. Inspired by architectural legends such as Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and Philip Johnson, these modernist ideas are proving the perfect match for Australia’s temperate climate, landscape and its entertainment-rich lifestyle.