June 1st, 2014

Sophisticated Master Suite by Gisele Taranto Architecture

Occupying the second floor of a two story penthouse apartment, this collaboration showcases an eclectic mix of furniture, lighting and components. This suite is filled with textures, unexpected details and character.

One of the main concepts for the project was that all spaces were connected between them, replacing the technological ideal of the TV for the connection of inside and outside spaces.

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April 15th, 2014

Custom hammered-copper tiles add texture and reflect light in this master bedroom. The bed, steel-and-walnut side tables, and brass lamps are all custom-made by Cécile & Boyd’s.

Photo by Elsa Young.

April 14th, 2014

House on the Slope by Paisajes Emergentes

March 31st, 2014

myidealhome:

  • travel tuesday: light & bright attic bedroom in Portland (via airbnb)
Reblogged from My ideal home
March 30th, 2014

A floating bedroom in a cleverly designed studio

A floating bedroom, what a interesting idea! The house is staged as a floating island suspended from the ceiling, an amazing transformation of a former artist’s studio in Montrouge, in the suburbs of Paris. With an area of 538 square feet (50 meters square), every square inch has been efficiently designed by ECDM Architects.

March 20th, 2014
While many parts of the world have been experiencing some of the chilliest temperatures on record, I thought I would send you some warm and cozy interior design inspiration, featuring this bedroom that is screaming for me to hop into that bed with a cup of cocoa and a good book!

Rich in texture and full of depth, chunky knit pieces look gorgeous set against smooth modern finishes and also layered up in more rustic interiors. And the best thing about this look is, if you are handy with some knitting needles you can actually make some of it yourself…orrrr if you’re like me would rather purchase one than risk poking someones eye out, you can buy one similar (more affordable one!) here.


While many parts of the world have been experiencing some of the chilliest temperatures on record, I thought I would send you some warm and cozy interior design inspiration, featuring this bedroom that is screaming for me to hop into that bed with a cup of cocoa and a good book!

Rich in texture and full of depth, chunky knit pieces look gorgeous set against smooth modern finishes and also layered up in more rustic interiors. And the best thing about this look is, if you are handy with some knitting needles you can actually make some of it yourself…orrrr if you’re like me would rather purchase one than risk poking someones eye out, you can buy one similar (more affordable one!) here.

March 18th, 2014

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| Depicting Modern Africa | ©

Reblogged from W E A R E V A N I T Y
March 15th, 2014

There are other ways to let the light in, including the addition of twinkle lights on the ceiling. Explore ways to creatively incorporate a star-like shine in your home. [from Avalon Interiors]

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