Category: Furniture

Interior Investments You Shouldn’t Scrimp On

Interior Investments You Shouldn’t Scrimp On

• September 4, 2013 • Comments (0)

When decorating your home, no doubt you’ll want to do it on the smallest possible budget. There’s nothing more satisfying than hunting for beautiful bargains, but there are some things that it’s not so wise to try and save money on, as it could end up costing you extra in the long run when it […]

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Riven Oak from Indigo Furniture

Riven Oak from Indigo Furniture

• August 29, 2013 • Comments (0)

With a nod to urban design finding its roots in the masculinity of the Industrial Revolution, Riven Oak is the latest design range from Indigo Furniture. As you might expect from a brand that has found its way onto the album cover for Muse’s epic “Black Holes and Revelations”, Riven Oak is something out of […]

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Redefining your Kitchen Space for the Modern Age

Redefining your Kitchen Space for the Modern Age

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• August 20, 2013 • Comments (0)

In days gone by, the kitchen was considered to be little more than a functional room where food was prepared and distributed. It was essentially a place of industry, while its floor and work surfaces would often be cluttered with accessories. It was certainly not a place where you would consider entertaining people, as it […]

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The Leading Trends in Bathroom Lighting - How to Embellish an Existing Space

The Leading Trends in Bathroom Lighting – How to Embellish an Existing Space

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• August 19, 2013 • Comments (0)

While the British economy can scarcely be described as buoyant, it is beginning to showcase genuine signs of recovery. After recently avoiding a triple-dip recession, the coalition government have also announced a fall in the amount of national borrowing and improved sentiment in the employment, new car sales and housing markets. Although it is fair […]

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Creating the Ideal French Aesthetic for your Bedroom

Creating the Ideal French Aesthetic for your Bedroom

• August 17, 2013 • Comments (0)

The modern bedroom is often a multi-purpose space, which home-owners may use for everything from working out to completing work related projects. In addition to this, the room is also used a place to rest at the end of a long and tiring day, which means that it retains significance as one of the most […]

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Plum Stool Series by Alvaro Uribe Design awarded the Red Dot Concept Design Award

Plum Stool Series by Alvaro Uribe Design awarded the Red Dot Concept Design Award

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• August 16, 2013 • Comments (0)

The Plum Stool is a concept that organically combines structure, form and material into one. The aerodynamic form of the Plum Stool emulates the way that natural forms grow and evolve, always aiming for efficiency. The stool mimics this philosophy, but towards a seating surface. Using state-of-the-art 21st-century material and technologies the stool would be […]

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Antler chair \  Dongsung Jung

Antler chair \ Dongsung Jung

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• August 10, 2013 • Comments (0)

Antler? NO! Chair. “Antler chair” Antler shape was used as a design motif. Aluminum frame and fabric was used as the main ingredient It is light and simple, and can be used easily. with vivid color to target young people or single life style Design proceeded. Also, consider the aesthetics to the interior harmony which. […]

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A Seat called Ferula \ Calia Italia

A Seat called Ferula \ Calia Italia

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• August 4, 2013 • Comments (0)

Calia Italia creates Ferula, the seat made of wood, ferulas and bands of leather or fabric. Born from grandmothers’ skillful needlework and from the extraordinary materials that can be found locally, Ferula playfully combines jointed strips with needlework. The wood-crafted framework has holes of different dimensions, designed to house the ferulas and to wrap the […]

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Wooden Concrete Handcrafted Table \ Stefano Sagripanti

Wooden Concrete Handcrafted Table \ Stefano Sagripanti

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• August 1, 2013 • Comments (0)

This is the handcrafted table by Stefano Sagripanti, even if it may seem to be made by wood, the top of this table is actually realized in pure rough concrete, the same one that is usually used in building constructions. The main topic that led to the definition of the concept has been the “contrast”: […]

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D.I.Y Garden Furniture \ Itay Kirshenbaum

D.I.Y Garden Furniture \ Itay Kirshenbaum

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• July 13, 2013 • Comments (2)

Israelis designer Itay Kirshenbaum shared with us his recent project – D.I.Y Garden Furniture. + All images courtesy Itay Kirshenbaum

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