Photo above: Bretagne Blue Vetrazzo slab as Eco-Friendly Materials via vetrazzo.com Aside from adopting certain lifestyle changes in order to help the environment, there is another field in which you can exercise your environmentally-minded attitude on an equally large scale: in the interior design of your home or business. Today, the options in eco-friendly materials […]

Ingenious mix between a bathtub and a hammock

The best things in interior (or exterior) design happen when creative minds turn the ordinary into extraordinary by reinventing an everyday object or element of design. Other times, a certain material is used in unexpected ways, or a piece of furniture takes surprising (and sometimes amusing) shapes. Here are just a few examples picked from […]

Modern furniture collection with stripe design

Looks and function are nor the only criteria when it comes to quality furniture. More and more important in the eyes of today’s designers is the way furniture is built. Sometimes, this comes from a desire to keep the design environmentally friendly. Other times, it’s all about the ease or speed of building the furniture. […]

Light foam chair in pink

For those who think that creating furniture means only rehashing old patterns with little room for structural creativity, here are two innovative chairs that may prove otherwise. Both recreate the concept of building a chair by reinventing the “upholstery” in an unexpected way. Photo above: behance.net Designer Frederik Dedik is interested in using folded foam […]

Colorful barstools for contemporary bar designs

Many times, the most unassuming pieces of furniture have the greatest visual impact. Take the barstool, for instance. Without the bulk of an armchair or the multifunctionality of a table, this humble piece of furniture can still become the star of a well-designed space. Below are only a few examples of barstools that are as […]

Minimalist furniture with geometric shape

A few very interesting products from Arco da Velha, a Portuguese furniture design brand, speak volumes about the value of simplicity. Designed for both residential and commercial spaces, the collection seems to spring from an interest in minimalism and an appetite for soft lines and fresh color. Here are a few of the Arco da […]

Red sofas for offices and lobbies

Analyzing the design world, one may notice an intensified interest in space-saving options, multifunctional qualities, color, and a return to nature. Stepping aside for oversized pieces and sleep-inducing neutrals like beige, the furniture turns smart and charismatic. Here are a few furniture trends that we will most likely see assert themselves in the future in […]

Via dezeen.com Designer: Patricia Urquiola All photos: gan-rugs.com While achieving a cohesive interior that brings together color, contrast and balance is not a simple task, designer Patricia Urquiola just made it a little easier. Her collection of hand-stitched rugs meets the market need for unique pieces whose aesthetics steps away from the typical look of traditional lines. […]

Business spaces must be periodically updated to keep up with the market and changes in customers’ expectations. But this does not mean that updating your interior is simply a way of responding to new customer preferences. In fact, you can use smart design choices to shape the preferences of your audience, to be innovative, stay […]

Today’s trends in furniture seem to go towards simplicity. Maybe it is the minimalist tendencies of the times and the attempt of homeowners to declutter their houses and their lives. But this simplicity does not mean that function, durability or beauty are sacrificed. Here a few examples of trendy seating options that are not only […]

By Guest Blogger Caesarstone All photos are from Caesarstone Canada Official Website Buying a home is a dream come true for most. We also want our home to look its best – stylish, grand and elegant. However most of us are worried about the fact that styling a home can be immensely costly. The truth […]

All the colors in our environment, natural or man-made, are perceived by our eyes and processed by our brain in a few milliseconds.  Based on that information we judge what we see or get emotionally stimulated.  Look at the images below and ask yourself what thoughts and reactions do you get looking at these spaces?  […]

This new innovative co-working office interior is full of colors! Via www.interiordesign.net Designer: Studio of Design and Architecture All photos courtesy of Studio of Design and Architecture Klique Desk, a new co-working company, has opened a new office in Bangkok, Thailand, and the interior design of the space will trigger all your color sensors! The […]

Via www.treehugger.comDesigner: Jean Louis IratzokiAll photos courtesy © Jean Louis Iratzoki & Alki In order to take the feeling of guilt out of sitting, French designer Jean Louis Iratzoki (http://www.iratzoki.com) introduces Kuskoa Bi, the world’s first bioplastic chair. This unique piece was designed for Alki, a Basque Country furniture manufacturer with a vision. According to its creator, the […]

Office lamp with wireless charging

Via treehugger.comWireless charging furniture design: IKEAAll photos courtesy of IKEA In today’s hi-tech world, charging phones is the 21st-century modern chore, the constant item on every to-do list, the task required to ensure that conversations are not cut off and that people are able to connect. It comes with tangled wires, misplaced chargers and random nuisances […]

Via treehugger.comDesigner: Steven M. JohnsonAll photos courtesy © Steven M.Johnson For those who like to mix tasteful decor with athletic enthusiasm, the resourceful inventor Steven M. Johnson created the Covert Gym, the world’s first armchair that allows its owner to row. It is also the first rowing machine comfortable enough for watching TV. The quirky invention was […]

3D-Printed Biomimicry Chair to Replace Traditional Upholstered Furniture Via www.treehugger.com Designer Lilian van Daal All Photos courtesy © Lilian van Daal The furniture of tomorrow may look very different than today’s conventional pieces of decor. With a more eco-friendly future in mind, designers feel the need for simplifying both the manufacturing process and the materials […]

Photo via Pantone website By now everyone knows that the new color of the year 2015 is: MARSALA PANTONE 18-1438 Here is what the Executive Director of Pantone Color Institute Leatrice Eiseman said about the new selected color: “Marsala enriches our mind, body and soul, exuding confidence and stability. Marsala is a subtly seductive shade, […]

Mič Styling Hair Salon Looks Like a Paper Doll House Project: Hairstyle Salon Mič Styling  Designed by Kitsch-Nitsch Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia Mič Styling Salon, one of the most popular hair care options in Slovenia, has recently turned to design team Kitsch-Nitsch to create a fresh new look to draw in the next generation. The new Young Mič Styling […]

The Beauty of Bamboo Plywood and Its Application in Interior Design Projects. Bamboo is a wonderful material that can be used in a wide range of projects and for many different purposes. It has a lot of excellent features that make it a great choice for any health and environmental impact conscious interior designer. Plybam […]

This is a quick overview of 2014 HD EXPO this year 2014 in Las Vegas.  There was so much to see and so much to do that it seams overwhelming to try and put everything into one blog post.  I will only showcase my favorite products that I found for some of my projects.  You […]

By Guest Writer  Mark Long Multifunction furniture is truly one of the most explosive trends of the modern era. Certainly the concept of using furniture for multiple purposes isn’t new, but as living space continues to shrink, designers and homeowners are becoming increasingly more creative about saving space and maximizing utility from each piece of […]

Jeff Vioski’s passion for creating beautiful living spaces led to his dream of designing furniture to enhance and simplify people’s lives.  Influenced by Chicago design, Jeff earned a Master’s degree in Architectural Design, completed many commercial projects, and opened his own firm to focus on high-end residential architecture. Increasingly fascinated with providing common-sense solutions for […]

Air Drop flower pot, is a unique concept that provides a solution on purifying air in an urban environment. The main idea is to use Air plants or Tillandsias species of evergreen, which are the most effective for absorbing pollutants in the air.  These elegantly crafted planters are hung from the ceiling and are powered […]

Summer time is so close!  How can we brighten up our interiors?  I think bringing some colorful accessories into your house or business will do the job.  Today I would like to introduce this very unique, quality Mexican folk art shop located in Minneapolis, MN and also online! I personally have always been fascinated by […]

Cafe Interior Design

The Logomo Cafe is all about experiencing the stunning optical illusion from graphics all around the space. Although similar to Tobias Rehberger’s (German artist) cafeteria at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, the Logomo is more elegant and light. The Cafe Logomo is another inspiring place created by German artist Tobias Rehberger and Artek furniture brand. This […]

whimsical lighting design

You probably have seen these whimsical light fixtures all around, at your local cafe or a restaurant…  I have!  And when I saw one I always wondered who could come up with such incredible ideas. David Trubridge is the most progressive furniture and lighting designer. He is based in Havelock North, New Zealand. David’s work […]

custom furniture designer and builder

Custom Furniture Design that is good quality is something hard to locate.  John Dufficy worked as a carpenter for over twenty years before getting into making furniture.  Furniture design and hand making it has become his life for the last ten years now.  Today I’d love to share some of John’s inspiring work. Multi hard […]

Nature inspired furniture

Guest blogger Sam Marquit The elements of rustic design appeal to many people at first sight as well as on a deep, subconscious level. I find that earthy spaces with natural decor materials draw folks in, whether it’s into a lodge in the mountains or into bustling new york city apartments or hotels. The visual qualities […]

Skype found its next Stockholm home in a recently restored historical building, Münchenbryggeriet, which is also a well known landmark of Stockholm’s skyline. In 1846 the building was built as a clothing factory, and in 1857 it became Sweden’s largest brewery until 1971. Now as a Skype’s offices the München Brewery houses 100 employees. PS […]