Published at Wednesday, May 17th 2017, 10:24:28 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
New York architects and industrial designer siblings Robert Moorehead and Granger have improved a particularly surprising screen system for their interiors made of CNC milled panels. Fully modular in conception, this bubbly screen design is an inventive way to divide up space in large spaces without eliminating design or originality with something as brutish as a flat rolling partition. Further, the fact that the screen is made of metal is always attractive to the inventive modern interior designer: it would be clean, go well with a lot of different colors, lighten up a dark room or even out a bright room. What’s most interesting about this design is that it match two separate requires for a screen partition: it can both easily separate the room and serve as a creative interior sculpture. In fact, the accents you will get with this screen from attractive lighting plans alone would make it worth trying out on your next design assignment!
Published at Thursday, July 20th 2017, 13:03:46 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
Minimalism is fundamentally the art of being able to cozy, conveniently and aesthetically live with less. In reality, a beautiful, functional residence with a minimal motif is one of the difficulties to decor. It takes ability, restraint and a whole lot of discipline. For some of us who tend to bring home pretty much anything and everything, it is the single most difficult thing to do. Minimalist style is not concern adding intricacies, it's about taking away stratums!
Published at Thursday, July 20th 2017, 12:12:00 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
The shelves of My Space have clearly been designed with books in mind, and they blend visual sleekness with a sturdy form to offer the best in terms of functionality and aesthetics. For those who still want a flat screen TV to be a part of it all, there are plenty of compositions that incorporate it with ease, along with all the additional electronic gadgets plus accessories that come along. Glass front cabinets, small workstations and sliding doors complete this stylish and beautiful wall unit that lets you decorate with books.
Published at Thursday, July 20th 2017, 11:29:04 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
Providing a sense of continuity for the modern house with the open floor living zone, Feel&Scenery motivates the family to spend more time together by making one large social area. Innovative, modish and trendy, it truly epitomizes the sophisticated urban life!
Published at Thursday, July 20th 2017, 09:17:14 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
The modern version of the sunken lounge is probably more of a step-down living room where the difference in the height levels of the sunken area and the surrounding area is not that stark. Often, the difference in the height levels is just 3 to 4 steps, and that makes the sunken lounge seem even more attractive! But these beautiful dropdown living areas are not always the best option for those looking at life from the other side of 50!
Published at Thursday, July 20th 2017, 05:32:29 AM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Living area wall elements are no longer plain boxes or wall-mounted shelves that hold the television and a few additional accessories. Modern wall element setups go beyond exactly the obvious also are actually the heart or soul of a fashionable, modern living area. Blending functionality with sublime aesthetics, the OPEN wall unit scheme from Jesse takes this a notch higher with its stunning ability to adapt and expand with your increasing needs. Sleek, stylish and completely customizable, the system offers a wide range of compositions that serve your adapting habits and requests while taking up as little space as possible.
Published at Wednesday, July 19th 2017, 01:27:50 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
The OPEN system of living rooms and kitchens was specifically designed to suit the modern urban lifestyle that demands a sleek and effortless blend of form and functionality. Contemporary in its outlook, the storage units of the kitchen in the OPEN system look like a natural extension of the wall-mounted living space entertainment unit and decorative shelves.This offers your home a sense of continuity while visually and functionally extending the living area into the kitchen in a seamless fashion. Much like the Social Kitchen from Diesel that we observed earlier, this is another smart effort by Scavolini to transform the appeal of the modern kitchen.
Published at Wednesday, July 19th 2017, 01:22:58 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
The obvious difference between the two shades allows you to highlight particular architectural elements and deco extras with ease. While other shade schemes come and go with changing seasons and interior design styles, black and white offers a safe alternative that stays pertinent even decades down the line.