Tag Archives: Design

Bathrooms Of The Future: The Role Of Design And Innovation

As opposed to some far-fetched, futuristic fantasy, the bathroom of the future will be made up of several essential, realistic components: sustainability, technology and good design will be key to bathroom innovation. One company in the vanguard of this is Noken, a manufacturer of bathroom equipment and part of the Porcelanosa Group. Read More

“Owl’s Nest”: Creative And Super Positive Bathroom Interior Design

This bathroom prototype was exhibited on a stand during an interior design trade fair and immediately attracted thousands of visitors with its lightness, cheerful color palette and positivity of tiny wood inhabitants “living” within its walls. The name of the interior is as creative as its design – “The Owl’s Nest”. Read More

New Icons Of Radical Design: SuperGufram X Studio Job

A punchbag in an orange brick pattern. A cooking pot coffee table with its own steam. A moon cupboard. Polyurethane foam mixed with other materials was used to make each of these objects. They were designed by Studio Job for SuperGufram. Confused? Intrigued? Then read on… Read More

How To Design Your Home In Shabby Chic Style

The phrase “shabby chic” sounds familiar to many people, but not everyone knows how to use designer tricks and décor specific to this style in a competent and tasteful way. For a start one should realize that shabby chic interiors are about teaching us to see the beauty in imperfect things: scratchy surfaces, loose paint, stretched laces and metal darkened of the age. Despite the fact that a room designed in shabby chic style may seem carelessly decorated and sets of old cans and boxes, broken photo frames and faded candlesticks look accidental, there’s a very tedious work behind them. So that you could navigate a labyrinth of shabby chic motifs and not get overboard with them, we prepared a list of useful design tips. Here we go! Read More

Erik Jørgensen: Classic Upholstered Design Since 1954

A trained upholsterer, Erik Jørgensen (1928–1998) established his workshop—Erik Jørgensen Møbelfabrik—in 1954 in the Danish town of Svendborg. As an artisan, Jørgensen prized craftsmanship, quality and aesthetic pleasure: these attributes are integral to each and every Erik Jørgensen manufactured piece. Read More

How To Design A Bathroom In French Style From A To Z

Sophisticated, romantic and airy French interior style is traditionally deemed feminine. But does the beauty have any gender? Especially considering that no one would like to lose a chance to feel the atmosphere of ultimate comfort and feel oneself involved in the spirit of the city of romance. And while much has been said about bedrooms, living rooms and kitchens designed in French style, we know pretty little about how to create a bathroom in this interior style. That’s why our today’s post is dedicated to bathrooms, which look like a piece of Paris in your home! Read More

Your Countdown To Summer Begins With These 10 Design Must-Haves

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start to summer! Time to get ready for long, sunny days and relaxed evenings. Bring summer style home with a few crisp, beachy pieces that will refresh your interior while celebrating the arrival of the year’s warmest season. Here are 10 design ingredients to enjoy as you look forward to 3-day weekends, delicious meals on the patio, and time with friends and family… Read More

7 Trendy Rules For Dining Zone Design

Designing a dining zone is not that easy, especially when you want it to be functional, comfortable and stylish at the same time. At first sight it may seem to be quite challenging and requiring special knowledge and expertise. But actually to make a stylish and beautiful dining area in your home, all you need is to choose one of the 7 win-win options. Here they are! Read More