The first thing that comes to mind when you think of a teenager’s wall décor is posters. And while covering the walls and doors with images of favorite actors, musicians and video games is tempting, especially when it’s a teen boy’s décor where’s talking about, there are other, more stylish ways to deal with the wall design. Perhaps something a bit more elevated would allow you to express yourself in a more fashionable way.
Measuring only 27 square meters in total, this studio apartment recently got an impressive makeover meant to inspire future designs for high-density urban areas. The project was called “Mighty Mouse Apartment” and, just like the fictional cartoon character, it may be small but it packs a big punch.
Black and white will also be the most classic and powerful color duo. From fashion to interior design, it works every time no matter the season, the space or the person doing the styling. So, it’s only natural that when it comes to big spaces in the house: the walls, the floors and even the ceilings – that you pay attention to the magic that comes from this combo. And when it comes to tiling, if you want something bold, fashion-forward but also quite homey, a black and white set is exactly what you need. Let’s take a peek at some black & white tiling that will WOW you and inspire you!
1. Mix with Marble.
There’s something open and refreshing about a well-kept studio apartment, where parts of a person’s existence are exposed upon walking through the front door. While this might strike fear and angst into the hearts of many, studio apartment life offers enough perks that it might make a tempting housing option. If you live in a studio apartment currently or are considering making the leap, you might find this article informative and inspiring.
Summertime means time outdoors with friends and family. Brighten up your outdoor living with these colorful and fun do-it-yourself cube lanterns that will be great accessories for even the smallest of spaces.
The inspiration for a design or a style can come from anywhere. And once it’s all said and done, it all feels very natural and familiar. For example, taking inspiration from the saddle seat to create a stool feels like an obvious thing to do and for good reason. Saddle stools have long left behind their connection with the object that led to their creation and are now representing a style of their own.
We came across this gorgeous loft in Deinze, Belgium, and we just couldn’t miss the opportunity to share these pictures with you. Not only it looks fantastic, but also has an interesting history. It’s a place where the past, the present and the future come together like puzzle pieces. Everything started with a disused textile factory that was finally bought by Aeon Architecten and turned into a residential complex for 10 couples. The project was recently completed and Loft 8 is one of these 10 residences.