Published at Tuesday, January 03rd 2017, 03:27:14 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
We picks for the best modern coffee tables:
Published at Friday, March 17th 2017, 05:12:15 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
The Breust Residence is playful: striking outline, contrasting materials were used in defining it. The two-story residence is spacious and luminous with extraordinary high ceilings, exhaling elegance (just take a look at the gorgeous copper-like annular bulbs hanging from the ceiling) but also piece of mind, due to the uncluttered décor. “The full height glazing not only perserve this main living area as an extension of the outdoors – with gardens and water on either side – but also enable for natural cross ventilation to cool the space efficiently and innately without mechanical intervention or air conditioning. The view of water has been made through the use of glass to the side of the above floor lap pool, mimicking the extent of the volume between the two pavilions.”
Published at Wednesday, March 15th 2017, 04:20:21 AM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
We like creative interiors! Creativity is a affair of rehearsal, like many other things in life. There is no uncertainty that everyone can be creative, as long as he or she looks for less ordinary approaches. When we first notice the Nussberg Penthouse interior, in Vienna, we thought that the customer really desired “a home to remember”. And that is exactly what Beef Architekti (the studio accountable with the decoration) managed to deliver to their client. Exquisite, playful and with a touch of rustic elegance, the Nussberg Penthouse, with its bohemian spot (an aged Vienna hotel with an exterior spiral staircase), seeks to offer a unique living experience, by blending the natural feel with the contemporary comfort.
Published at Monday, March 13th 2017, 01:49:50 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
And yet many elements of the design came about by happy accident. Some features were lucky discoveries (see Tried + tested) or caused by suppliers sending the wrong materials while others were a result of interior designer George – an associate with Bugs Design Consultants – throwing a professional eye over the work in progress and saying, “Stop!” The solid wall running the length of the living room and kitchen, for example, was to be smooth and even in colour. But after the contractors had finished a section of the kitchen wall, George obvious he preferred the different shades and textures of the unfinished concrete slapped onto the living room wall, so he called a halt to the work and declared it good.
Published at Saturday, March 11th 2017, 14:39:36 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
The innovative group Geometrix Design is finished the blueprint of a challenging room, serving as a parlour (unique living room area) for a family of musicians. Here is the press release we sent from the architects: “Our prime tasks were: to think out a storage system for musical equipment, books, and other belongings without making the room even more narrow, to provide a place to sleep, and some room for rehearsals and giving lessons.
Published at Thursday, March 09th 2017, 14:10:48 PM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
The owners of this house have tried to create their living space a comfortable space with a modern sectional divan and some Asian antiques, but the oversize couch overwhelms the space, making it feel cluttered and small. To turn the room into a comfort zone, they needed furniture of an appropriate scale.
Published at Tuesday, March 07th 2017, 12:46:11 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
For a quick update, adding a variety of textures is the most uncomplicated way to up your living space’s cosy factor. Chunky-knit throws and soft cushion covers will change your sofa into a snuggle-friendly oasis, while woollen rugs will feel cosy underfoot. Selecting in a tactile cloth, like leather or velvet, will give your space a more luxurious feel.
Published at Sunday, March 05th 2017, 11:33:23 AM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
“In this project, Özelgin has used rowdy stone and raw concrete mixed with polished marble, wood and glass for the interior and sections of the exterior. Also the general use of stone surfaces on walls, floors and exterior areas can be considered as an example of the use of local elements. Besides, the use of stonewall boards in the primary living spaces is one of the most important features of the design.” From shiny marble tables to futuristic-like sculptures – everything seems to drop into room visually. The overall scheme appears to be fascinating and intimidating, in the same time.