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!
Back to the 80s style with this neon mood board! Nowadays neon style is back, mixed with different styles – from classic styles to modern, minimalistic styles.
The better way to include it in your home it’s to use neon accents rather than creating an entire room furniture.
Keep in mind that neon will create a beautiful impression only when used in a spread out lodging. To complete the interior you can use accessories or small furniture as chairs, end tables, pottery,…
In the moodboard above, I used a light minimalist furniture with a mix of black and neon color details. It’s up to you to use only one neon color, or to mix them (but better never more then 3 neon colors).
“Mid- Century modern” generally describes mid 20th century developments in design from roughly 1933 to 1965, a style that is now recognized by scholars and museums worldwide as a significant design movement.
It reappared in our scenes more then 10 years ago, and it still works. Perhaps no other period produced the same volume of household-name artists and designers as this era: George Nelson, Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen and dozens more.
Its emphasis on pared-down forms, the natural materials, the contemporary graphic patters, the medley of functional comfort and chic style… Mid-Century Modern still has the power to take the scene in our houses today.
Pantone announced that the 2015 Colour of the Year is Marsala.
You’ll find different opinions on the web about this color: there are those who immediately embraced the “earthly wine red”, others turned up their noses at the rustic color.
No matter on which side you are: you can surely agree that it’s a vibrant color, excellent choise to spice up your home look.
From a small pillow to a bigger accent chair, from a throw blanket to a mirror… Depending on your budget and on your home style, you’ll find beautiful items to add this popular color in your house.
But please pay attention to other colors in your room… this is a fully boded color and needs a pre-planned color palette. It looks great near neutral colors such as white, black, grey or brown shades… but it can also be surrounded by other beautiful colors, if you like. This will give your home an eclectic and colored atmosphere.