UK-based Seven Gauge Studios handcrafts knitted accessories in England with bold, geometric patterns and bright, fun colors. We first spotted their cozy textiles at Tent London during 2013′s London Design Festival and it’s pretty obvious why they’re so unforgettable.
The designs could work in both classic and modern interiors, giving any space a punch of color. The cushions and blankets are knitted using the finest quality 100% lambswool. Continue reading »
Laurent Guillaud-Lozanne Architecte recently completed this modern single family residence situated in France.
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Light-Filled Duplex is a project completed by Axis Mundi Design. Filled with natural light, the living room feels larger and more open. The one-bedroom apartment covers an area of 675 square feet, and is located in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, New York City, USA. Surprising the viewer with a rich décor, the team responsible with the project focused on outlining the outstanding features of the space. Starting from the zebrano plank flooring, the Egg Chair, the glass coffee table and ending up with the spectacular chandelier, the flat looks “très chic”. The chromatic vibrancy pulsing throughout the home generates a strong positive energy, making the entire place glow. Astounding details, such as lively colored pillows, a modern fireplace, a cheerful rug and an arched window create a strong feeling of comfort and sophistication. Continue reading »
The steampunk style is not one of the most well known in terms of interior design. Maybe that’s because many of us don’t even know which are the basic details that define this concept. When I say steampunk, I remember about the Victorian era, with all the inventions back then, but the meaning of this word would be incomplete without the industrial details.
In essence, this trend is a mixture between elegant Victorian interior accessories and the strength of industrial elements. Maybe you remember about Joben Bistro, that beautiful pub from Romania. It’s an inspiration for us. Continue reading »
This penthouse apartment overlooking the Brisbane River was designed by Andrea D’Cruz of D’Cruz Design Group. It’s situated in Brisbane, Australia.
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