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Tired of flavourless wine? Today we bring you an option. If you’re tired of having to store wine just to find it tasteless and undrinkable, we think we found a solution to your problem. Fill your interior design trend with this stunning piece of decor. You can thank us later.
Curious? See what we have in store…
The industrial designer, Tom Cotton, has just launched his latest project. Eto, is the name of the elegant wine decanter. The stunning piece of home interior decor has been designed to not only store wine, but to preserve it as well.
How to use Eto:
Pour your bottle of wine into it, to open up the wine and release the notes and tannins that enhance the flavour. When pouring, the long funnel oxygenates the wine, while the sharp lip allows for drip-free pouring. This home design idea is perfect for any minimalist interior design.
Proven by independent laboratory tests and blind taste test with wine industry experts, the stylish and innovative system of Eto proves that when it’s time to store your leftover wine it allows an air-tight seal that stops the oxidation process and keeps the wine fresh for at least 12 days.
One of the best parts: The fascinating design is fitted to get along with your interior design decor! It fits into a fridge door and also has a cap that can be removed to allow for easy pouring of the next glass of wine.
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The Brooklyn based Office of Architecture has completely remodeled a house for a family of four. The house was previously occupied by the family that after eight years decided to have a new house design. Come and take a look!
The family was on standby, like so many other families, choosing space over neighborhood became a possibility.
Nearly doubled in size, this Brooklyn row house became a very flattering stylish place to live in. The custom home floor plans for this home were fully thought out and its interior design trends definitely were carefully taken into consideration.
Simple, functional and stylish. With some plants to add a colorful touch to the kitchen design, it can only add up.
White walls line up the bathroom interior design that is only complemented by the dark accents that you can see. Rustic walnut floors and wooden furniture were used to add warmth to the otherwise very black and white new house design.
The result of this so much needed change, was a happier, livelier home for the Office of Architecture clients.
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