Kids just love animals in general and cats in special because they are so gentle and nice, playful and small, just like them. So Hello, Kitty!, the nice character that you can see on many items for kids is loved by children all over the world and by adults, too (though they wouldn’t admit it). I have mentioned this nice kitty in an older article when talking about a whole house that was designed on a Hello, Kitty! theme. But now I am talking about something different: interior doors with Hello, Kitty ! pattern on.
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.
A surprising design from the Romanian firm Twins Studio. Their idea for the Fratelly Studio club from Bucharest, Romania is, let’s say, grandiose.The club is located in an industrial-like building, with the classic large metallic pillars and metal beams. The main idea for this club seems to have been “ Think Big!”. Indeed, it is a very imposing construction on the outside, as well as on the inside.
The interior walls are covered with a series of large wooden blades, about four meters tall, which can be rotated along their central axis. This allows you to change the whole look of the club in just a few minutes. One side of the room is lacquered wood, while the other can be covered with printed material. A nice combination between rustic and modern.
This year Maison & Objet was focused on natural flower arrangements, wallpapers with flowers and hand-paintend butterflies.The exhibition was divided into six pavilions dedicated to different decorative styles: ethnic, luxury textiles, decorative items and home accessories, kitchen accessories, rare items, unique pieces, classic furniture and rustic furniture.
My husband is just a bit cold and, like all men, he is suffering deeply because of this. And, of course, he wants to be a bit spoiled and has breakfast in bed. That reminded me to look for a nice portable little table we can use when we are in bed and want to “chew” something. And I found this cute Flo table designed by the Russian designer Kate Pashinova.
Whidbey Island is one of nine islands located in Island County, Washington, in the United States.The Whidbey Island Beach House is a beautiful and clean designed shelter for Sammamish couple and their four childrens.The entire vacation home was inspired by the beautiful beach houses of Cape Cod and done by Soli Terry Architects specialize in contemporary residential projects, new construction and interior design.
The Sammamish family choose to decorate using antique fixtures and contemporary accessories, which might be a gorgeous combination with the rest of house.Also pointed that it’s necessary an open floor plan space to entertain and room to foster family togetherness.
Pure C bar is the height of grandeur and glamour. Designed by Lieven Musschoot, it is an architectural delight situated in Holland.It looks very simple and hence so elegant. With places to lounge as well as to sit and have a decent meal – Pure C has it all. Amazing multi colour cushions add contrast to the overall ‘white’ theme of the place.
The overall theme of the place is exotic and classy. There are not many bars where you find a lot of natural light seeping in – hence this is the perfect choice for a relaxed family outing. The gas fireplace is simply beautiful. The lounge furniture by Piet Boon and Max Alto is even more pretty than the place itself. Infact the decor is so lovely that the architectural features take a back seat to them.
Niches are the smallest parts of your house and need that extra attention for beautifying the interiors. There are several ways to get a niche designed. This hugely depends on your personal taste, occasion and rest of your house interiors. With a little effort, you can earn accolades for using your niches in a classic way.
Wall niches are the easiest way to induce a style statement in your home. Niches fall under the small areas of your house and are generally not given the adequate attention. Wall niches have spaces that can serve many purposes at a time. They can help in showing some great artefacts or showpieces or even serve as a functional corner of the house. Wall niches are most common in sittings and drawing rooms and are also found in bedrooms and large halls as well.