Guillaume Goguen Bathroom, 2017-05-17 13:50:12. Native Trails also showed their Avalon 62 tub that looks like concrete, but is actually a mix of natural jute fiber and cement known as NativeStone. The thick shell ensures that a hot soak will last a long time. Produits Neptune featured a number of colored tubs for those who want to add a bold touch to the bathroom. This red one is marvelous.
Amorette Rancourt Furniture, 2017-12-05 11:34:41. This Plywood magazine rack has a pretty straight-forward design. It has a sleek metal frame that holds a body made of molded plywood. The gentle curve gives the rack a pleasant and enjoyable look and coordinates well with the design of the metal frame. The feet end in solid brass or black ball caps.
Byron Guibord Interior, 2017-12-07 13:32:45. Throw pillows are an inexpensive and simple way to dip your toes into the stripe trend. Try different combinations of stripes and colors or use a line of the same striped pillow on a sofa for a clean, minimalist look.
Delit Desaulniers Interior, 2017-12-07 13:52:52. The social areas and the carport are located below, while the second level (up the custom timber staircase) accommodates two bedrooms and the yoga studio. The yoga studio isn’t just a personal exercise room, either. It’s home to Yoga Lane studio and vinyasa classes are held there four times a week.
Durandana Patenaude Furniture, 2017-12-07 13:52:15. The Molletta bench is designed by Baldessari and Baldessari and comes in three different sizes. The Platform collection is a series of tables that combine concrete, steel and walnut into simple and robust designs.
Brigitte Dupuis Furniture, 2017-12-07 13:19:26. Modern wicker was initially developed as a basket weaving technique. In time, it evolved into furniture. By the 17th century, in Northern Europe, wicker looked a lot like it does today. The trend soon spread all over the world and became as popular and as common as it is today. Then, in the mid 19th century it reached the United States where it was quickly industrialized and mass-produced.
Amorette Rancourt Interior, 2017-12-07 13:02:23. The key lies in how you incorporate trends into your space. Limit en vogue items to the cheaper and more replaceable aspects of the space — think throw pillows or lighting. That way, if styles change a few years down the road, you’ll be able to easily swap those elements out for more current styles without a huge cost. Not exactly the case if you splurge on a green velvet sofa that you can’t bear the sight of in a few years.
Annette Clavette Interior, 2017-12-07 13:11:03. While the living space reflects the designer‘s international art and taste, the master bedroom is simple white-on-white. The painting over the bed by Spanish street artist Pejac creates a calm focal point and adds to the contrast from the fun hubbub of the living space.
Roger Barjavel Interior, 2017-12-07 12:52:03. Located in Singapore, this apartment is both international and eclectic, featuring artists from all over the world. Many of the decorations are from the owner‘s personal art collection. The interior could be described as whimsical, which would be fitting: the owner and designer, KNQ Associates, intended the blank canvas of the apartment to be a playful experiment and testing ground for style, material, and texture.
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