One more week means one more Home Tour at Home Design Ideas.That’s why we have decided to present you a Mid-Century Scandinavian Home styled by My-Studio.
Swipe down and find out how Scandinavian meets Mid-Century in this Victorian townhouse.
My-Studio is recognized by its creative and contemporary interior design and this residence highlights how Clare Weeks helps her clients with a keen sense of design and style.
“I have designed and delivered some of the UK’s most contemporary and innovative interior design projects, both residential and commercial.”
Amy is a tribute to the great British singer and songwriter. Outlined by the black of her hair and her round earring… The inside is in gold like her golden voice. The irreverent table version will surely look great on top of a desk or sideboard.
The first room we’d love to show you is definitely the kitchen.
With straight lines, the use of neutral colors contrasts brilliantly with an all-wood space which strengthens the connection between the interior and the outdoors!
Sophistication and refinement come naturally without much effort.
The natural stone on the wall adds timeless elegance and an understated luxury, not to mention the direct contact to that beautiful backyard.
The kitchen is absolutely one of the happy places of this mid-century townhouse. Peace and tranquillity describe the balanced choice of this neutral wallpaper.
What do you think about these giant paper lanterns? Could you use them to give an ethereal feel to your room?
Details are everything in your home. This orange armchair warms up the entire living room!
Of all the elements that got into a home, I always think of the lighting! It can make the biggest difference and are always worth splurging on.
Such a sleek master bedroom, don’t you think? The choice of the wallpaper elevates completely this demanding setting!
We’ve mastered this incredible bathroom. Actually, textured wall are what we crave!
IMAGES’ CREDITS: My-Studio
To say this nook is perfect is an understatement. Every detail was impeccably designed.
My-Studio took advantage of natural light. These skylights create an amazing experience.
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We are constantly sharing the best tips for you to build the perfect home design, but we believe that are some interior design projects around the world that can be even more inspiring that our lists of ideas (and we know how inspiring they can be!). A standing ovation to this Ukrainian company.
M3 Architectural Group created the interior design of this contemporary residence located in Odessa (Ukraine), the designers choose to paint all the walls white, giving a bright and spacious ambiance to the house.
The interiors were decorated with clear lines furniture and colors, in order to achieve a minimalistic look.
Also, the choice of the neutral colors gives brightness to the room and makes it bigger!
In order to add an art deco spirit to the home, the designers used the Matheny Suspension lamp, a piece designed by DelightFULL. The gold hues of the mid-century modern lighting design completely transform the dining room giving it a touch of luxury.
The draws of Marvel characters create the perfect funny and happy ambiance that we all want to achieve for our kids’ bedrooms.
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Big news for all the Interior Designers and Architects and to your house interiors!
You may enter now at the APP Store, because this is the only place to realize which will be the real aspect of your in-development interior design project! Now you can find a “unique way to discover great design” for your house interiors with a simple download. But the Homespot app is not exclusive for professionals obviously: it’s a destination for everyone decorating – the place to find the right furniture for your home. The Homespot app was launched by Sayduck and presented last September at London Design Festival in collaboration with the Icon Design Trail as its sponsor.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Now is so simple to get inspired! Browse beautiful images of exciting products – like furniture and lighting – and be confident about how they look great in your living room or kitchen. Whether looking for inspiration or simply making sure that your clients will be satisfy with the result of your interior design or architecture project, the Homespot app will be your pocket treasure. Even Philippe Starck is in love. “We need this!”, he said!
Homespot 3 magical steps:
Be Inspired – Flick through a selection of inspiring 3D images of home design from the best brands and find the products that you will fall in love with.
Bring Products To Life – Visualize the products in your own home (or your client’s) exactly where they will live. Match the materials and colours to fit it perfectly.
Buy It – Once you see how beautiful the designs look in that space, you can buy them directly from the app.
HOW TO GET IT?
You just need to:
1) download it from the app store and install it;
2) aim the camera on your tablet or phone towards space and choose the product;
3) see the space come to live in front of you.
BRANDS FEATURING HOMESPOT APP
Among the 38 brands that you’ll be able to find at homespot app, we found necessary to highlight 10 of them. So, when you’re looking for contemporary interior projects with the homespot app, you will find products of the following brands:
De la Espada
Downloading this app is the effort you need to do in order to get the perfect house interiors. Homespot really is an extraordinary work tool.
Elle DECOR highlights one of hollywood’s most famous fashionistas. Apparently, Lauren Conrad – ex The Hills – isn’t just one of the stylish girls in the world. She has the most amazing taste in decor as well. ELLE DECOR describes her home like a “pinterest come to life” and “the house that’s sure to be pinned to everyone’s Dream Home board”.
Lauren opened the front door of her Beverly Hills home for the Instyle latest issue and they said that “LC’s home is as well edited as her Instagram.”
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Home Design Ideas present a vintage style apartment of George Nunno, an owner of the aptly named Manhattan Apartment design store Flair – a little bit dark and dramatic interior designed together with architect Betty Rexrode. We suggest some “smart tips” for commercial architects and interior designers.
George Nunno‘s vintage style appartment is located in the epicenter of New York’s Meatpacking District, a throbbing enclave of nightlife, luxury shopping, and hotels. But the home, which faces an interior courtyard, feels a world apart. It is a dark and sexy oasis where black is the predominant color, the noise of the city is muffled, and every detail—from the low-slung velvet sofas to the vintage furniture and art (including Warhol’s camouflage prints)—is part of a considered whole.
There are hints of exotica, too, like the living room’s vintage leather rhinoceros, and nature-inspired decorative pieces, such as the bedroom’s geode lamps. These elements coexist with such collectors’ prizes as a Harry Bertoia bronze bush sculpture, a Karl Springer bronze-and-glass cocktail table, and a Maison Jansen console table.
If the overall effect conjures the sultry glamour of the Rive Gauche circa 1975, this is no accident. Nunno, who is a co-owner of Flair Home Collection, a New York interior design store, is a devotee of the louche brand of luxury that characterized 1970s European interiors. “To me, the design of that period was excessive and dangerous and sexy,” Nunno says. “It was anti-minimal. And I think it’s coming back again, because people have been so good for so long that now they want to be hedonistic again.”
The custom sofa by Flair is upholstered in a Holly Hunt velvet, the 1950s armchairs are Italian, and the cocktail table is by Karl Springer; the Andy Warhol prints were found at Christie’s, the bronze lamp bases are by Alberto Giacometti, and the curtains are of a Dedar linen.
Nunno worked out living room’s clever storage wall, with its fabric inlay panels with brass trim, and a custom steel-and-bronze fireplace by the metal artisan Gabrielle Shelton. “I had been looking at 1970s apartments in Paris, and they always had elements that were both built-in and decorative,” Nunno says. “That morphed into the idea of working with a craftsman to make something for the loft.” In the dressing area, a 1940s French chest holds a sculpture by Diego Giacometti and a lamp inspired by his work.
George Nuno has a strong sense of color, proportion, and order, and for him, everything from the curtains to the upholstery is essential to the overall design. Nunno admits that running a design store can be an occupational hazard, especially for a perfectionist who is constantly striving for design nirvana. When a beautiful limited edition furniture piece arrives in the shop, he sometimes can’t resist taking it home. “It would be easy for our home to become a revolving door of furniture, so I had to put a stop to that and lock down what this apartment would be,” he says. “For a while, anyway.”
In his master bedroom Line Vautrin mirrors hang above a 1950s desk by Roger Thibier in the master bedroom; the chair is by Claude Lalanne, and the rug is by Martin Patrick Evan, the bed, upholstered in a Kravet flannel, and the bench are custom made, the linens are by Sleep Studio, and the lamps are by Michael Laut; the artwork above the bed is by Martin Cary Horowitz, and the painting is by Ilya Bolotowsky.
George Nunno shop offers design services along with Murano chandeliers, contemporary and vintage furniture, and chic decorative accessories, so it’s no surpsise why his living area’s ebonized-wood wall panels, with inserts of a Dedar fabric, are custom made, as is the steel-and-bronze fireplace surround.
In the kitchen, the custom cabinetry is ebonized oak topped with Nero Marquina marble, the Milo Baughman barstools were found on eBay, and the iron sculpture is a Paris flea market find; the range is by Jade, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, and the sink fittings are by Kohler.
A vintage style appartment’s dining area – the intriguing mix of contemporary and vintage furniture, limited edition furniture. “It felt like a family’s house,” Nunno says, “that had been collected over the years—where not everything matches, but it works because it has been put together with love and an interesting eye.”
A vintage suspension lamp from Venini hangs above a 1970s marble dining table by Angelo Mangiarotti; the custom-made chairs are from Flair, the painting is by Cleve Gray, and the rug is a vintage Beni Ourain create unforgettable atmosphere.
Smart tips for commercial architects and interior designers:
I started out working with really small spaces. Where, I quickly learned that the only way to make a small space successful is through proportions. Even when you start working on bigger spaces it’s still key.
Before starting to building the interior select some “key pieces” with an interesting surfaces to birng “life” to your interior design project. We suggerst you to search for some modern chic limited edition furniture and inspiring pieces from Brabbu or Koket.
These are the “accessories” of any great interior design project. I obviously have a lamp obsession… and I am addicted to bronze… and books. Mix those three elements a lot—the lighting, the sculpture, and the books to create unique look of your interior design project.
Beyond factoring in various objects, you should consider shapes and materials—it’s important to balance something graphic with something sculptural and something hard with something soft. Limited edition furtiture from Boca do Lobo are the true solution for such design interior projects.
I like texture, especially in the bedroom, to warm things up. E.g. bedside pieces that are fully shagreen with the lamps that are lacquered.
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The eclectic style it is characterized by the fact that it is not a particular style. It is the borrowing of a variety of styles, ideas and theories, drawn from different time periods and different origins and combining them within a single project.
Of course, a lot of efforts, thoughts, and creativity is necessary in order to make the project in eclectic style look great and at the same time logically interconnected. More than just throwing everything together, eclectic design works to make all these different styles work cohesively. Elements are thoughtfully connected with the other parts of the style in the room. Colors tend to be neutral to further help these different influences come together and avoid the chaotic look with the other features of the design.
One can create a combination of all the different styles such as Vintage, Traditional, Country, Contemporary, Rustic, Tropical, Shabby Chic, Industrial, Minimalistic, Ethnic, Cozy and achieve amazing results.
It can sometimes seem inelegant or lacking in simplicity, eclectics are also sometimes criticized for expressing a lack of consistency.
But with an eclectic mix one can simply overcome a stylistic stagnation and easily innovate and suit the interior to the needs and personalities of their owners, be it a neo-classicist assortment or some new age fun with a vintage feel.
Letting go of rigid stylistic boundaries and figuring out what is your style can be great fun and can certanly help you getting a great interior design project. So… what is your style?
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The focus today is on building perfect bedrooms, that’s the reason why we write you about some spectacular vintage bedrooms ideas. With elegant, sinuous lines, beautiful patterns and colors that belong to great movements like art nouveau and art deco, that you can apply in your interiors, and not only the vintage ideas are different and more classic, these ideas are also quiet fun to be mixed and matched. You may find different touch of vintage, but no vintage style is restricted in color.
Home Design Ideas gives you some examples of vintage bedrooms that you’ll certanly want to copy. Combine a painterly floral backdrop with zesty accents for a modern twist on vintage style. Use a large-scale floral wallpaper as your starting point, layered up with plain cushions and throws in the same colour palette.
Bring some vintage country style to your bedroom with the simplest of schemes in soft blue and white. A floral wallpaper makes a subtle backdrop for lots of mismatched vintage furniture.
Create an ultra-feminine look in your bedroom with classic country creams and faded roses. Keep the colour palette simple with parchment-coloured walls and cream-painted furniture. Dress the bed with a mix of washed linens, lace-trimmed pillows and crochet-edged cushions.
Make your bedroom a relaxing retreat with a warming colour scheme of caramel and vanilla to cosy up the mood. Make space for display with a shelving area around the bed to show off favourite finds and treasured trinkets. Then layer up the bed with lots of cosy woollens, knits and furs.
Home Design Ideas presents you today a collection of decor objects inspired in music. But not any music: this design projects they have jazz as inspiration.
The furniture that we bring today is good to supplement modern rooms, but perfect to be in vintage spaces. So, if there’s been a lot of time that you want to redecorate your house, giving it a magic and retro atmosphere, you should read this article in an very attentive way, because it may be the best way of building the best interior design project.
The use of these wallpapers does the two rooms seem bigger and this, together with the suspension lamp, results in a perfect vintage space.
This cozy caffé has many vintage details that are clearly inspired in jazz music.
The floral curtain and leather sofa make this space to seem so vintage, but the DelightFULL foot and table lamps also have it important role.
A stunning gold sideboard, again by the portuguese brand DelightFULL.
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