Well, my two children are growing up and they both need a bigger bed. My housband and I are looking around to find the ONE. It will be a bunk bed for sure, so that they will get more space to play on the ground.
They are two boys, so they will share the same bedroom for a while, and all the family will enjoy the third bedroom as work space.
What I’m looking for? As a mum, I’m afraid that it will be hard to change blankets. So I would prefear this one, where I can go up and work without stress.
What is my husband looking for? He is worry about the price, and he wants it to be safe and not too big. His favourite is simple but comfortable.
What are the two kids looking for? Fun, fun and fun. This is why we aren’t showing them our finds anymore! Last time my older son has seen a pirate themed bed, he was really excited “Mom! Buying this one they give you a tunnel, a sword, a….” “Please stop it, dear! It’s just a picture! They give you everything if you pay for it!”
It will be an hard choice!!!
This beautiful contemporary Melbourne apartment has many details I love. Its light colors, semplicity and elegance…
White for walls and main furniture makes this interior lightful. The soft mixed colors of details as well, as the light wood, add elegance. The owners have carefully selected beautiful artworks by a number of local artists, great handbown glassware and handcrafted ceramics.
The outdoor terrace is a wonderful addition to this inner city apartment. The plants, as well as the outdoor furniture, are a key part of the appeal of this home.
You can find more details on this site, reading the story of Eddie and Richa (the owners).
I found this cute furniture on Codesign. It looks like all other shelves, but it hides a nice surprise! It’s the perfect choise to build up your indoor vertical garden: it automatically waters your plants.
The glass reservoir on its top can be monthly filled with several liters of water. And it’s electrically free, the water is distribuited by gravity trough a process called capillary action: discreet plastic tubing toward capillarity mats on the shelves’ surfaces mimics the natural wet-dry cycle of the groundwater, providing plants with the right amount of hydration.
No more matters during holidays time if you mean to leave your home for a while. I’m just wondering if glass will look spotted of limestone signs… but for the moment I would only like to close my eyes and imagine this cute vertical garden in my living room!