The notion of nomad living has taken a turn for the better in the past years. Studio Arte recently came up with a new design that uses shipping containers in structures that can serve a multitude of purposes. Use them as holiday homes, guest houses, home offices, studios or even as a starting point for new home-owners.
There’s no shortage of ideas when it comes to creating cool bedroom designs or decorating living rooms. But utilitarian spaces such as the bathroom or the shower put your design skills to the test. If you want to make a shower look cool and unique, you have to be clever and to see beyond the functional part of the design. They all have the potential to look amazing and you just have to find the right design approach.
Figuring out what inspired the design of hairpin legs is easy and making them look stylish in your home is not such an outstanding challenge either, especially with their obvious sleek and elegant charm. So feel free to include hairpin furniture legs in your DIY projects and to look for them in stores when planning a room makeover.
Combine them with tree trunk slabs.
Concrete is a hot material right now in all aspects of architecture and home design. While it once was expected and appropriate to cover the concrete foundation of one’s home with some “suitable” flooring material, those days are gone. Polished concrete floors are chic and sophisticated and are often considered the prime flooring surface for a modern design home.
Not exactly tiny but not that spacious either, this apartment is the perfect combination of simple, chic and spectacular. It measures a total of 56 square meters and has an open floor plan. The kitchen and the living room share the same space and the two are beautifully delimited by a kitchen island that matches the window alcove.
Undercounter refrigerator drawers have lately become increasingly popular in modern and contemporary kitchens. They’re an ideal addition as they don’t only provide extra storage but also enhance the functionality of your kitchen and can serve as a focal point. To learn more about these features, check out these great designs.
Pallets have been popping up for many years in DIY furniture projects due to their low cost, versatility, and ease of use. One of the best ways to repurpose them is to use them for extra storage (because really who doesn’t need more storage?). Using the pallet vertically creates excellent storage that is perfect for any small space! This project requires only a few modifications to the original pallet so don’t be daunted by the size, this one won’t take nearly as long as you think.