The Transformer Apartment Shows You How To Save Space In A Tiny Home

The complex mind of a human being can solve almost any problem so, naturally, the lack of space won’t stand in its way. A tiny apartment doesn’t represent a problem if you know how to use the space in your favor. Still don’t know what we’re talking about? Take a look at this place. It’s a small apartment in New York and it has a very interesting interior design.

The apartment was designed by Margarita McGrath and Scott Oliver or Noroof Architects. In total, it occupies 640 square feet of space. It’s a compact space with narrow rooms and not exactly a great layout.

The architects were faced with a big challenge when they had to turn this place into a practical and comfortable home. Remodeling the apartment was not easy but the solutions the archtiects found for all the problems are very inspiring.

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20 Modern Coat Racks To Spruce Up Your Entryway

What better to make your entryway or hallway stand out than a modern coat rack? It’s the perfect piece. Both practical and versatile in terms of style and design, a coat rack can be a great focal point. It’s also a nice opportunity for you to personalize and customize the décor. If you want, you can make the piece yourself. We have lots of great ideas for you to try so check out our article, “19 Easy DIY Coat Rack Design Ideas”.

WALL-MOUNTED COAT RACKS

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Minimalist and of great impact, this coat rack was designed by David Quan and it comes in two colors, black and white. Aside from being visually interesting, it also has a space-saving design.

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13 Home Furnishings that are Seriously Wrong

What I love about interior design is that you never know what you will find next.  Then occasionally we are stopped in our tracks, we are stunned, we are appalled.  What we assume as being ‘taste’ seems to know no boundaries and there it is, a product that shocks and surprises us.  I have searched the globe and found 13 Home Furnishings that are Seriously Wrong.

1. The Dog Poop Lamps.

Designed by the artist WhatsHisName they were designed to make the user feel a little uncomfortable, and I think he succeeded.  I just hope they don’t come with a scent!

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Combine Adirondack Chairs With Modern Elements For A Beautiful Design

An Adirondack chair is a piece of furniture made of wood and it originally had 11 flat boards, a straight back and seat and wide armrests.Modern Adirondack chairs have a slightly different look.They usually feature a rounded back and a contoured seat, both of which are modifications made by Irving Wolpin.

Dark brown is one of the original colors in which the Adirondack chair was designed

He received the U.S. patent for the design in 1938. Of course, subtle changes have also been made later on and there are now several versions available on the market.

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Dipped in Cherry: Monochromatic Rooms

Passionate and full of fierce style, red is a bold shade with lots of power. And believe it or not, when used in the right ways, you can dip an entire room in this cherry flavor without overwhelming the eyes or any other of the senses. We’re sharing a handful of our favorite and most inspiring, cherry dipped spaces. Who ever said a monochromatic room was boring(Midnight and Chocolate)?

1. Smooth, Fresh.

Check out this fresh and clean-edged home office. Full of powerful reds, it has enough eclectic, trendy touches to subdue it’s abrasive appeal. This is great for someone who loves a smooth surface to work on, but with a fashion-forward, gutsy approach.

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Get Things Done While Standing – 10 DIY Standing Desk Designs To Get You Inspired

Standing desks are designed for writing, reading or working while standing up or sitting on a high stool. They feature benefits such as the fact you get to burn calories while simply standing up or the fact that sitting up allows you to better concentrate on the task at hand. If you plan on getting a standing desk or making one yourself, there are a few things to consider.

First of all, the table height should be at or slightly below elbow height in order to be comfortable. Also, make sure the screen sits at a distance of at least 20” and at a 20 degree angle. And, although standing desks do help, sometimes you just need to sit down so find a high chair or a bar stool that feels comfortable.{images from site}.

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Architectural Wonders: 12 Curved Roof Buildings That Will Blow Your Mind

Every building has a personality and the rooftop is one of its main features. This means that the roof can be very important in terms of creating your dream home. You are probably wondering why you should choose a curved roof for your home. The answer is simple: curved roofs maximize the available interior living space and they are more aesthetic. See with your own eyes!

1. Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Centre, Baku.

This impressive building was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects and seems to be the perfect place for any cultural activities. The irregular shape of this building has become a tourist magnet.

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