10 Contemporary Chaise Lounges For The Ultimate Chilling

I love the look of contemporary chaise lounges and how seating is combined with artistic and architectural elements.  Where most chairs are constrained by being boxy or geometrically square or rectangular, these pieces can flow in their design and provide a unique look to a living room or outdoor space in the home.  Chilling came to mind as an appropriate term, as I can see relaxing on any of these ten examples watching television, reading a book or even taking a nap.  If you are a person that likes to pick your feet up using ottomans or recliners, these chairs fit that mold exactly.  I see many interior design pictures where there is a sofa, fireplace, coffee table and a chaise as well.   My eye is drawn to that piece of furniture as it stands out in those pictures.   When conceptualizing a room think about adding key pieces that catch the attention of guests and your family.  It might be a grand piano in one room or a great dining table set, but in each one there should be something that is a focal point. Read More

Asymmetrical Apartment Design With Undulating Surfaces In Singapore

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KNQ Associates sent us photos and information of an asymmetrical apartment that their chief designer Stanley Tham completed in Singapore. Introducing angled lines and undulating surfaces to create a direct visual contrast against straight and flat elements, the architect deconstructed the interiors in a subtle, unobtrusive manner. Even the little details(like the customized picture of black and white photography) which decorate the walls are arranged artfully in an atypical collage arrangement to tie up with the design concept. The color palette is kept light and monochromatic to ensure the interior space stays airy and feels light.
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Color blue serves a central role to keep the home from looking sterile from using a neutral scheme. The asymmetrical forms continues in the master bedroom, where a TV panel has been designed to keep the space between the end of the bed and the opposite wall clear for passage. Looking like a monolith, it breaks the regular boundary of a rectangular room and serves as part of the false ceiling to hold the lights. Similarly, a bold red wallpaper at the headboard wall -color suggested by a Feng Shui consultant- commands presence in the room. Read More

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Designer Hotel In Warsaw, Poland

Auto Rooms is a designer hotel in Warsaw, Poland. The different material combination work so nicely together. The hotel was designed by creatives from different disciplines with the results telling the story of Polish culture and art. The vision was to create the perfect stay in Warsaw. I love the idea of the bathroom and shower being a room within a room. The light wood and glass box inside a dark room makes for a wonderful art installation. Read More

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Designer Hotel In Warsaw, Poland

Auto Rooms is a designer hotel in Warsaw, Poland. The different material combination work so nicely together. The hotel was designed by creatives from different disciplines with the results telling the story of Polish culture and art. The vision was to create the perfect stay in Warsaw. I love the idea of the bathroom and shower being a room within a room. The light wood and glass box inside a dark room makes for a wonderful art installation. Read More