Enclose phrases in quotes. Use a + to require a term in results and – to exclude terms. Example: +water -Europe Source: How street art influenced Studio HBA’s design of the first Hyatt Centric in India AdvertisementsRead More →


With design, you can’t always play it safe. Making bolder choices and expanding your creativity can lead to fabulous, inspiring and truly one-of-a-kind design. From mixing materials to lacquering walls, we’ve rounded up nine risks that talented designers have taken—and ones you should take too. Source: 9 Design Risks YouRead More →

MCM Architecture has created a contemporary design for Condé Nast ‘s new offices located in London, England. MCM has completed a stunning fit-out for world-leading publishing house, Condé Nast International. The interiors mix sleek and contemporary design to create a spectacular new London HQ. Source: Condé Nast International Offices –Read More →

Studio Strato has created the ultimate reading nook in a one-bedroom apartment in Rome. Fit with day bed, large french windows and accessible exclusively via porthole, this is a renovation for book lovers everywhere. The clients requested a quiet spot for reading, a large bedroom, and walk-in robe, along withRead More →

Like Architecture & Interior Design? Follow Us… Neutral Scandinavian style makes for a crisp and clean looking interior, but how about injecting a cool Scandi decor scheme with playful flashes of bright blue and pastel pink? This private home, designed by Bo/Sko , introduces unexpected pops of pink and blueRead More →

This Trending Hue Has Me Rethinking Everything I Ever Thought About Purple image source Hello EHD world, it’s Arlyn, new Editorial Director around here. In a recent blog brainstorm meeting, we were throwing around ideas for design trends we’ve been spotting lately, and the topic of lilac came up. Source:Read More →

Designer Porky Hefer has created a series of oversized bean bags and hanging chairs to resemble different animals under threat in the wild. The Endangered seating collection includes an orangutan, a pygmy sloth, a polar bear, a great white shark and a blue whale – all of which are listedRead More →

Project: Prodromos and Desi Residence Architects: Varda Studio Location: Paphos, Cyprus Area: 4,133 sq ft Photographs by: Creative Photo Room Prodromos and Desi Residence by Varda Studio Varda Studio have designed a contemporary dwelling in the coastal city of Paphos in Cyprus. Source: Prodromos and Desi Residence by Varda StudioRead More →

With all the focus on varying shades of pastels these days (we’re looking at you, millennial pink!), it can be easy to forget that bright colors are still a consistent design trend, too. Sometimes a simple, solitary pop of color is all you need, but if you’re feeling more adventurous,Read More →

While minimalism might still be going strong, design trend forecasts are looking to bold color to freshen up bare landscapes. If you’re looking to dip your toe in some fresh new color palettes, there’s no easier place to start than your patio. Source: Bold Colors Are the Unofficial Trend ofRead More →

Meet Rainlight, The Design Studio Aiming for Timeless Appeal Over Trends Studio cofounders Susan Grossinger and Yorgo Lykouria have worked in architecture and interiors, but are now solely designing products, pure and simple. The Traverse table, designed by Rainlight and manufactured by Okamura. Source: Meet Rainlight, The Design Studio AimingRead More →

Etsy is one of my favorite online marketplace where you can always find something surprise youself. From jewelry to crafts to one-of-a-kind works of art, there are endless creative designs wait for you to explore and the best part is? Source: Creative Animal Paper Lamp by Vasili LightsRead More →

Freshly reinvented by London-based Farshid Moussavi Architecture, the Harrods Toy Department has reopened its doors on the fourth floor of the storied department store. It comprises a suite of eight individual boutiques, each dedicated to a specific toy category, distinctive in colour and theme. Source: Farshid Moussavi’s new Harrods ToyRead More →

Polaroid has released cute limited edition summer frames that will make you squeal. The new Polaroid Originals frames come in three different designs such as ‘Tropical’, ‘Deep Sea’ as well as ‘Ice Cream’. The ‘Ice Cream’ frames feature solid pastel colors that beautifully reflect the summer season. Source: Polaroid WillRead More →

Porter & Brawn is a trend insight consultancy combining over 20 years of trend forecasting and product development experience. They have launched a series of Interior Future Trend workshops which started in London and the next one is in Southwood Stores in Buckinghamshire on 20th June 2018. Source: TREND FORECASTINGRead More →

Assembly / CannonDesign and Tetris Design and Build have created the design for Uber ‘s EMEA headquarters located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. With services offered in more than 65 countries and over 450 cities worldwide, Uber is one of the tech industry’s fastest global expansions. Source: Uber EMEA Headquarters – AmsterdamRead More →

Im in love with the Lassen chair. This one is in colour Tokyo. Just perfect. Available to order here . Source: Lassen ChairRead More →

For most people traveling on a Greyhound bus, the journey usually involves squeezing into cracked polyurethane seating for uncomfortably long periods of time. But that’s not the case for Jessie Lipskin , who transformed an old 1966 Greyhound bus into a shockingly sophisticated and spacious tiny home on wheels .Read More →

Creating a beautiful home with an array of color is hard enough, but what about working with a neutral color palette? Suddenly the right hues become imperative and the shape of furniture and accessories has extreme impact. Yes, all these things are important when designing multi-colored rooms too, but theyRead More →

Setting the tone for the rest of the room, we consider the armchair a domestic throne that oversees the style of a space. Paying a visual tribute to both design and craftsmanship it’s one furniture piece that’s been edited and reinterpreted more times than we can count. Source: The EstRead More →