Published at Saturday, March 11th 2017, 14:39:36 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
“I certainly would not say the British have a monopoly on eccentricity,” says Ros Byam Shaw, author of the 2014 book English Eccentric: A Celebration of Imaginative, Intriguing and Stylish Interiors (Ryland Peters & Small). “Every country has its eccentrics, but perhaps we have much than most. It is a trait we celebrate rather than pillory, and nonconformity is quite a British thing.
Published at Wednesday, March 22nd 2017, 13:00:46 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
The excellent accessory towards nature, made a Canadian family determine to move their lasting home into the woods. Gestion René Desjardins, the Canadian workshop that finished the interior of this specific home, had to “inspect” what their customer wanted.Located in the bucolic Quebec, Maison du Boisé is a modern home in the middle of the woods. The customers requested a house that is contemporary, without being “minimalistic”. Moreover, they wanted a room that provides freedom of operation for their three children.
Published at Monday, March 20th 2017, 12:51:46 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Studio ALBUS Design stolen our breath away with a project inspired by Brazilian culture. Gathered about 150 pounds of bananas commemorate artist Carmen Miranda’s influence on cultural diversity, a collection of carefully chosen decorative elements create a Latin-inspired home comfort. Encouraging this radical aesthetic creativity started bynda, the d Carmen Miraesign created by architect Henrique Steyer and designer Felipe Rijo, of ALBUS Design was imagined to encompass the owners’ significant artwork and antiques collection – “the illustrations by Djanira in the wall over the sofa share the space with a painting by Di Cavalcanti and the cocoon-shaped sculpture by Siron Franco” – as well as an interesting collection of feather art displayed throughout. Baroque saints or silver torches following to an antique mirror rob the spotlight once you got exert to the bananas: “Yeah, we have bananas!” That is how we sum up this project in Porto Alegre, southern Brazil. Inspired in the Brazilian culture or its many influence, this living space is an instance of Brazil’s cultural diversity. Just as the Brazilian populate is a outcome of miscegenation, the establishment of this living was a search for the perfect mix. Henrique traveled with the home owner to New York, Miami and Rio de Janeiro, looking for an fundamentally latin harmony.”
Published at Sunday, March 19th 2017, 09:50:49 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
Amit Vadehra of Tarun Vadehra Interiors disclosed, “Five years ago when we were at Maison & Objet Paris, we came through Timothy Oulton’s booth. This is exactly the kind of stuff we love…the way we would like our home to be. We loved the materials especially how the solid wood has been incorporated.”
Published at Saturday, March 18th 2017, 09:48:22 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Nothing is more significant in the world then having a place to call home. Most of us have already visualized how our dream homes would look like, on the exterior at least, we thought about the big lawns, the huge swimming pools yet we`re all leaving aside the most important thing, the interior design.
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.
This is maybe the most important feature of modern rustic home. Lovers of the this fashion want to bring nature inside. If you have an old home, it is important to preserve the character and original architectural particular— show off that aged stone wall! If you build new, expose your beams, use recovered wood, or include a stone fireplace. A-frame houses with cathedral wood-covered ceilings are quite popular, or big beams prettify the rustic space.
Published at Monday, March 13th 2017, 01:49:50 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Her charming home is based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Simple, yet elegant, Susan Drover’s living room has something that makes you say: “Yes, this is definitely a warm place, where I can enjoy the little things in life. A real home". The exemplary white is interrupted here and there with splashes of purple shades. The kitchen, the dining area and the living room are connected (the doors have been eliminated), offering a distinctive living experience, by having a lot of space to move. The fireplace or the raw wood deposit add a bit of warmth. So, what do you think?! Is it the way you expected it to be?