We all want our homes to be different from the other houses, to provide a special feeling of peace, freedom and infinite space. We are pretty sure you’ve thought about what you should have or change in order to make your home feel cozy and airy. Have you found the right answer for your question? Because if not, we have one for you: floor to ceiling windows.
Few things are as inspirational as a photo gallery of beautiful interiors, particularly the collection you’ll find. From boldly beautiful color, to simple Scandinavian décor, to minimalist modern design (and oh so much more), you’ll see it all in the stunning interiors of these articles.
Possibly the most important item of furniture in the home is the table. It’s where family members gather to eat and friends are welcomed and memories are made. Being such an important piece of furniture, it’s essential that it adds to the feeling of the season. So while we’re drinking our Pumpkin Spice Lattes, revel in these 20 Autumn inspired centerpieces for your Autumn table.
1. Leafy Branches
It’s important to have everything within reach when you’re cooking, cleaning the house or washing clothes. It makes things a lot easier. Laundry room shelves are especially useful to have. They let you nicely organize all your supplies and you can grab anything you need with ease. Open shelves are very practical but they’re not the only type of storage you can have in the laundry room. Explore more options and find the one that suits you.
Living in a loft or a tiny house? Save space with compact staircases, built-in storage, narrow ladders and lots of other features designed just for these occasions. Learn how to combine two or more functions to make the most of your floorspace and your tiny home will suddenly feel more spacious and a lot more comfortable.
Homedit is very excited to be attending this year’s Vienna Design Week, which is Austria’s largest design festival, scheduled this year for September 26 through October 5. In its eighth year of celebrating design, Vienna Design Week 2014 will continue its tradition as being a draw for those interested in and inspired by product, furniture, industrial, graphic, and experimental design, both visible and tangible.