Nina Yashar, the founder of Milan’s Nilufar Gallery , first fell for Lina Bo Bardi five years ago. She was visiting SĂŁo Paulo and the photographer Ruy Teixeira took her on a tour of several of the architect’s seminal projects, including the Museo di Arte de SĂŁo Paulo (MASP), CasaRead More →

Advertisements

There are maybe one or two factories in China that can still do it at this level,” designer Marc Newson says of cloisonnĂ©, the ancient technique of inlaying enamel into dainty patterns on metal. Source: The Designer Bringing CloisonnĂ© Into the 21st CenturyRead More →

Fragment is one of the newest collections of textiles by United States-based textile and wall covering giant Arc-Com. Designed with performance in mind, Fragment is made of 100-percent polyurethane and features an ink-resistant finish, making it a good choice for interiors with high traffic, such as hospitals and schools. Source:Read More →

Note: It’s been over five years since I designed these leopard parsons chairs and they are still the thing I get the most emails and DM’s about so I thought they deserved a blog post. I lost the old posts about them when I lost all of my blog contentRead More →

Been searching for the right combination of minimalism and usability? Then you need to see the Ash collection that was designed for Zegen by Pavel Vetrov. Visually pleasing aesthetics, plenty of straight lines, and the absence of any unnecessary details give this furniture line a timeless look of refinement andRead More →

A place to enjoy a good read, a retreat from a busy day, or simply a stylish accent piece, lounge chairs are about as versatile as they come. A good lounge chair will be comfortable, but the perfect lounge chair will enhance your decor and embody your design goals, allRead More →

Warmth and cosiness are exactly what we all need at home, and buying furniture you should take it into consideration: it should be cosy and create an inviting ambience. The piece we are sharing today is right what you need: it’s so comfortable that you’ll never want to leave it.Read More →

The lightweight units can be moved and assembled with ease. Image: Antti Turunen / Rehome A team from the Lahti University of Applied Sciences has invented a range of domestic furniture called Rehome designed for the emergency housing needs of immigrants and refugees. Source: Finnish furniture for refugees gains groundRead More →

Old world elegance gets a modern twist with Aquatica’s stunningly lovely True Ofuro Japanese Seated Soaking Tub. Handcrafted of American Walnut, True Ofuro revitalizes body and soul—as well as the venerated bathing culture of Japan. Source: Beautiful Japanese Style Bathing from AquaticaRead More →

When performing personal necessity-driven tasks like sleeping, eating and sitting, we often neglect to consider what the furniture we use during our most personal activities says about ourselves. The objects we choose to surround ourselves with speak miles about who we are as individuals, but that’s easy to forget whenRead More →

Designer Tim Defleur has created The Wool Lodge, a modern multipurpose piece of pet furniture that can be used as a cat’s litter box or as a bed for a cat or dog. Source: Tim Defleur Has Designed The Wool Lodge, A Modern Piece Of Pet Furniture More pet furniture   Lurvig:Read More →

One of the great joys of having your own space is being able to make it truly your own. With the right decor, your favourite room can become a reflection of who you are—giving significant meaning to the phrase, “There’s no place like home.” DIY projects are the perfect opportunity toRead More →

We have no idea how the thing sounds, but looks have got to count for something. Ikea released a new speaker called the Eneby. And for $50, it’s about as inexpensive as Bluetooth speakers–or odes to minimalism–can get. [Photo: Ikea] The Eneby is essentially just an 8″x8″ square finished withRead More →

There are a few things that can improve the quality of your outdoor areas like a deck can. It is the most versatile addition that you can update your backyard, courtyard, porch or garden with. I mean, there are just so many things that you can do with a deck,Read More →

What does your dream kitchen look like? The kitchen of our dreams is massive and flooded with natural light. It has counter space for days. Most importantly, it has a gleaming gadget lineup that spans the likes of KitchenAid mixers to Miele espresso makers. Source: Build Your Dream Kitchen InRead More →

Small studio space

This small one-room studio is decorated with lots of white combined with natural materials and warm colours like beige an ochre. This warm palette looks very inviting and unifies the style throughout the space. My favourite area must be the small white dining area with the white bentwood chairs. PerfectRead More →

Israeli designer Erez Nevi Pana is aiming to push veganism to the design industry, by experimenting with different plants minerals to create animal-free furniture. For his Vegan Design exhibition, Nevi Pana wanted to further his PhD research to see if it was possible to make designs without using any kindRead More →

If you want minimalist yet luxurious furniture for your home, it’s time to take a look at Dyle furniture. Dyle tables are 100% handmade. Thanks to that, each dining table is special and unique. That is because handmade craft provides an identity to each piece – truly and unrepeatable–once made–it’sRead More →

The chair; a simple yet ubiquitous item of furniture that has served as something to sit on for thousands of years. From 16th century stone stools through to the technology-powered chairs of today which change shape, size or warmth to suit the person, there has been a myriad of stylesRead More →

Sturdy, versatile, and true to form, traditional wood dining tables—be it a long and narrow walnut stunner or a round reclaimed antique—are favorites for a reason. Often taking a back seat so a loud wallpaper print or striking statement light fixture can shine, dining tables have long been thought of in terms of function. But whatRead More →