When I recently began researching craft tables for our new place, I quickly realized that there aren’t a ton of clean, modern craft table options out there–especially ones with a taller height to comfortably accommodate standing while crafting. (Because let’s be serious, crafting is not always a sitdown hobby!) So I decided to take matters into my own hands and modify pre-made components to create a spacious, modern craft desk.
Not exactly imposing in stature but packed full with natural design accents and rustic elements, this mountain cabin located in the Martis Camp development in California and designed by Walton Architecture features so many marvelous elements it’s hard to even pinpoint the dominant style.
There are tons of ways in which you can add color to your home with DIY washi tape projects. They range from very simple to very complex, from cute and colorful to minimalist and elegant and they’re all really fun to try. The next 13 washi tape crafts are super simple and you can complete them in just a few minutes.
Architectural firm Sergey Makhno designed their office and showroom themselves and achieved a perfect balance by adopting an eclectic style. Located in Kiev, Ukraine, the showroom covers a total area of 200 square meters. It’s a welcoming space, with a comfortable sectional facing the reception desk and a décor that slowly reveals itself as you advance.
Glamor doesn’t always have to come with a price tag. But while this is true, you wouldn’t expect a renovation of a 1920’s home to be a cheap project, especially if the result is as stunning as you see here. Located in the fancy Tamarama beachside suburb in Sydney, Australia, the home was amazing renovated by David Langston- Jones
How can something have a classic design when there can be so many different variations for its design? It’s simple actually. The Papasan chair which is also known as a bowl chair is more of a style than the name used to describe a particular piece of furniture.
Live-edge furniture, regardless of the type, is essentially sculptural and unique and always stands out. It also tends to look rustic to pairing it with more modern decors is sometimes challenging. Yet a live-edge dining table or coffee table can’t possibly look inadequate, no matter how you slice it.