Designing a piece of kitchen furniture, although it sounds like a wonderful, simple and practical idea may very well end up like a marvelous, stubborn and upsetting migraine.
Kitchens are never easy to redesign. Obeying the cooking practicality rules and bending under the new entertaining directives, revolutionizing kitchen furniture items could end up in a nightmare design situation. Butz + Klug’s Kitchen table concept surprises through its unexpected versatility.
Without overrating or trying to create an unnecessary living hyperbole, this space is what I would, unreservedly, call majestuous residential project. There’s a study of simplicity through complex architectural processing of natural materials and resources that makes Miguel Aragones’s vision a truly wonderful one.
The extent of his architectural imagination goes beyond time and space, creating a perfect alignment of useful and solemn design. In short: living in a house conceived by Miguel Aragones is like living in a museum.
The silhouette and the look of this concept furniture piece had me at first sight. There’s something odd but classic about this jewelry chest that makes it just as charming as an abstract rendering of a giraffe.
And maybe that was in Danny Kamerath’s mind when he imagined and built the Ev Jewelry Chest. It’s a classic piece of furniture, in its concept stage, made from afromosia, anigre, birch, ebony and Texas ebony.
Finding the right accessory for the right interior mood can often be more challenging than finding the right interior. Tapestry, wall art, miscellaneous décor items small or not so small make a real home, build the comfort and set the atmosphere.
And these lovely décor accents from EVRT Studio build a rather joyful setting. Be it for urban decoration or city-limits home accents, the various décor elements imagined by Brian Everett complete an interior and help it be cozier, warmer, more welcoming.
Constantly puzzled about the way spring just keeps missing us lately and permanently asking where its beautiful, fragranced flowers, its warm, joyful sunrays have hidden, I started a quest for flowery, spring-reminding items.
The wonderful lamps with flower names and shapes from Atelier Areti were just a natural stop in my quest. The Marguerite pendant lamp, the Calyx Pendant light, the Leaf wall lamp, the Mimosa Pendant, they all enchanted me! Not to mention the Sunrise wall/ceiling lamp or the Alouette Lamps series!
Saying that the interior design work of Thad Hayes is excellently tasteful is like saying that the sky is blue or that the water is wet. That obvious. Thad Hayes’ style is a great example of refined, elegant yet so complex and eclectic that there’s simply no way of going around it.
I chose this City Apartment today because is as slick as it gets, but even so, perfectly cozy and suitable for habitation. Both the general color scheme and the simple lines are attributes I value in interior design, every time the right balance between modern and basic is struck.