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American firms Keystone Architecture and Casework have created a tall, thin cabin in northern Oregon that features whimsical accents and a cosy atmosphere. The Alpine Noir Chalet is located in Government Camp, a village at the base of Mount Hood. Source: Dutch culture influences design of Alpine Noir Chalet inRead More →

If you’re not familiar with Masquespacio, make sure you visit the studio’s website pronto. The Valencia-based multi-disciplinary design studio is creating quite the buzz with a portfolio full of explosively colourful interiors, art direction, furniture and lighting designs. Source: Distinctly retro furniture by MasquespacioRead More →

Modularity is a keyword in the design of this Loft. The clients, a young Israeli couple wanted an apartment that would make the most of the space but that would also allow them to have a children bedroom and even integrate the third bedroom in the planning, to be built in theRead More →

Nemo Tile Unveils Studio Collection Nemo Tile has unveiled its latest collection, Studio. The collection features ceramic wall tiles with a colourful yet soft appearance. The Studio collection is available in six colour lines and a deco pattern, each presenting a washed feel in polished and textured finishes. Source: NemoRead More →

Pastel blue, teal and bronze tones bedeck this 94.6 square metre apartment in Zakharova, Minsk, Belarus, designed and visualised by Zrobym Architects. The shades, from each side of the spectrum, come together to make a welcoming warm palette with a peaceful quality. Source: Circle Themed Small Apartment In Beautiful BlueRead More →

Stars, wherever you are Desk/table lamp, lets you enjoy the stars any time Perforated fabric shade is lined with clear vinyl A ThinkGeek / GameStop exclusive Read more… Stars wherever you are The stars, twinkling in the firmament, are sublime. Source: Home & Office : Constellation LampRead More →

the built environment trust investigates subterranean architecture at the building centre galleries in central london. welcome to the underworld shows how and why we build underground, sharing stories of epic engineering, playful design and humanity-saving structures. underground construction offers rich opportunities and unique challenges. Source: the building centre in london reveals hidden storiesRead More →

  It was raining when I visited the Kips Bay Show House in Palm Beach and Peter Dunham’s room looked like the perfect place for rainy day activities. The Los Angeles based designer upholstered the walls in his Collage fabric from Peter Dunham Textiles, upholstered the sofa in his SoukRead More →

Banana-fibre baskets and handwoven textiles feature in IKEA ‘s seventh InnehĂĄllsrik collection, made in collaboration with small-scale producers in India. The indigo-themed InnehĂĄllsrik collection is spearheaded by the Swedish brand’s IKEA Social Entrepreneurs initiative – a programme set up in 2013 to establish long-term partnerships with social enterprises that helpRead More →

Looking to make life easier at home.  Well, these home products are some of the most reliable, quirky fun home products people want – no, need – in their lives. 1.  Pet Grooming Glove – Gentle Descending Right Brush Glove Pet Grooming Glove – Gentle Descending Right Brush Glove RegularRead More →

Your home is your sanctuary. As with any peaceful setting, how it makes you feel is its main appeal. Since you spend so much time in your home, you want it to be calm and relaxing. So, what can you do to improve its atmosphere? Is it really possible toRead More →

February is here and I have been trying to tidy up my apartment and get things organized. One area that I tackled was the laundry area – this space seems to get so much clutter in. Well, I call it space: I live in a small one-bed apartment in NYC,Read More →

Illuminate your desk or bedside table with the Spherical LED Moon Light, made layer-by-layer using innovative 3D printing technology to emulate the moon’s true appearance. With its calming moonlight glow, the lamp is also well-suited as a night light for children who may be scared of the dark. The lightRead More →

With these soft and colourful chair pads add a layer of comfort to the chairs around your home. Suitable for kitchen chairs, outdoor chairs, bedroom chairs and other non-padded chairs, most of these pads just tie the straps on your chair. Chair pads in a variety of colours, sizes andRead More →

Some say that action, even at a small scale, has a possibility to have a ripple effect that can affect a greater change. With no such lofty expectations but with a challenge to disrupt the design mindset of one city – Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam – where greeneryRead More →

This amazing concept kitchen in beige was just recently released by Swedish kitchen brand Mardobal and I love the entire color palette and serene vibe of this concept space. The accessories used are so on point and make me want to redecorate my kitchen in a more natural setting. Source:Read More →

Five bright ideas for your home’s lighting It is easy to criticize other people’s attempts to furnish, decorate or adorn a home. If you’re taking it over from a previous owner or tenant, the chances are the phrase “weird idea” will flash through your mind, because you don’t know theRead More →

The Circle House in Tsukuba, Japan is an outstanding contemporary residence wrapped in a tall white facade that creates an illusion of a structure on three levels. It was designed by Kichi Architectural Design for a couple with three children. The interior of the home is laid out in an open floorRead More →

Swedish stylist extraordinaire Lotta Agaton has styled this kitchen for Marbadol and there’s so much to love about this tone on tone look. With the use of pale wooden chopping boards (these are by Hampson Woods found at Artilleriet), sand coloured pottery with dried grass, stainless steel hardware which coordinatesRead More →