Elegance is often tricky to achieve. When designing furniture, it’s a characteristic to pursue unconditionally. Italian company Meridiani managed well in designing this beautiful writing desk, named Cruise, combining elegance with function. A statement presence in any living space, in both cases of it being part of a separate working room or included in a larger living area. Continue reading →
When art, architecture, and science fiction collide, things may get pretty messy (in a good way). Meet the Melting Chair. This unique work of art by Phillipp Aduatz is not your average piece of furniture. Resembling what looks like a futuristic meltdown, the Melting Chair is constructed from glass fiber reinforced polymer with a mirror like scratch resistant silver and polyurethane laqure coating. Continue reading →
Whether you work from home like I do, or would just like to have an elegant office corner as part of your living area, the Slim office by studio Bertjan is a choice to highly consider for its beauty and well thought of functionality.
A table originally designed to serve as a dining table was dressed up for the office and the Slim office was born. Simple, chic while having every comfort an office needs, such as drawers and a matching wall panel and trash bin, attached to the office’s leg by a magnet. What an ingenious detail you may exclaim much like I did. Wait till you hear more: the accompanying drawers can be moved freely and attached under the office’s surface just about anywhere it suits you and easily change the position thanks to the magnet system holding them together. Talk about innovative design! Continue reading →
Start your next dinner party off right with this swanky three piece bowl set by Carl Mertens. The Liasion collection features timeless and elegant modern barware made from flawlessly polished stainless with a unique twist. Continue reading →
Cloud. What better name can you give a new outdoor seating collection… Designed by Andrea Parisio for Meridiani, the Cloud collection features a pure minimal design and soft cushions. This way, you can enjoy the benefits and comfort of a stylish set both inside your home as well as outside on your patio, terrace, or winter garden. Continue reading →
PostCarden is yet another charming pop up design from UK-based Another Studio. It’s actually a mini garden you can send in the post to friends and loved ones – and what a wonderful gift it is! Continue reading →
Keep your favorite shades on display and never lose sight of your keys again with modern accessories caddy. Handmade in Colorado, the Elephant created by Board by Design encompasses a minimalist approach to practical design. Continue reading →
Walk-in closets are the ultimate luxury some may argue, while at the same time being something that more and more people are incorporating in their home designs and daily lives. Even if one’s home is just but a simple apartment, lots of people enjoy the functionality of immediate access to their daily wardrobe. And the more proud and in love one is with their clothes ,the more they enjoy displaying them in a corner of their bedroom or when space allows it, dedicating a whole room for the mere purpose of clothes and accessories storage and display. Continue reading →
Roche Bobois, the French high-end furniture brand, has launched a new film created by BETC . Jubilation illustrates the brand’s new communication platform “L’Art de Vivre by Roche Bobois” showing a group of elegant young women transforming an 18th century living room into a very contemporary and sophisticated Roche Bobois interior – all that to the soundtrack mixing baroque influences with an electro beat.
The beauty of modern design is that it’s always a step (or two) ahead of its time. Every now and then I come across a piece of modern art that makes me take a step back and say “what the…??!”
The Balancing Boxes by Swedish design firm Front may have some explaining to do (in a good way, of course). Looking as though to be defying the laws of physics, this playful yet minimalist multi-functional bedside table design was inspired by the idea of ‘challenging gravity’, resulting in a series of boxes that looks to be hovering in space. Continue reading →