Monday, November 18, 2013

Pond | Home and Fashion store

Welcome to Pond, home and fashion stores located in Sydney, Australia. I must say this beautifully styled furniture from Danish design brand HAY is already on my wish list.

Source: Est Magazine  Styling: Marsha Golemac  Photography: Brooke Holm

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Design with Neybers

I recently discovered Neybers, a fun website (still in Beta) where you can easily design rooms and share them with the community. The website is regularly updated with new designer pieces and info about the products. From Art Deco to Scandinavian minimalism, there is something for everyone. Neybers definitely has a lot of potential, and I expect to find more interesting stuff there in the future. If you like to play with interior design, but don't know how to use professional design softwares, Neybers might be right for you. Below are the rooms I created. My preferred lifestyle involves a house with garden, but loft living is the next best thing: exposed brick walls, light wooden or concrete floors, industrial lighting, mix of contemporary and mid-century modern furniture, a few plants, unexpected details and there you go! As my last picture of a wedding hall shows, the spaces you create there can be whatever your imagination wishes them to be. Feel free to drop a line and let me know about your experience with Neybers.

Click on the links for the full view:
1. Loft living
2. Bedroom
3. Home studio
4. Lounge room
5. Modern country kitchen
6. Contemporary wedding hall

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Micro living

This 29 square meter apartment located in Wroclaw, Poland is a perfect example of how living in a small space doesn't mean you have to compromise your comfort or style. The flat is designed by 3XA studio. One of the most important things to keep in mind when designing small spaces is to make use of vertical space. Additional floor for bedroom, storage under the stairs, wardrobe in the hallway... Every centimeter of the apartment is completely functional. What I like most about this place is exposed brick wall and stucco decoration in combination with new materials and contemporary furniture. Although I'm not a big fan of this particular type of plywood, I think it works well here. Also, simple, long curtains give a nice dose of warmth and elegance to the overall appearance. What more could a young adult need?

Source: Home Designing  Photo credits: Stan Zajączkowski