Many home designs focus on the light and white – how to create the brightest, most serene space using Scandinavian and Nordic accents. Creating a more seductive mood is another story. These three apartments with black, Gothic interiors are dark, destructive, and sophisticated.
This interior Singapore before and after makeover was sent to us by chief designer Stanley Tham, of KNQ Associates, who tells us: The owner of this 550 sq ft one-bedroom HDB apartment located in the heart of town is a successful lady who had stayed here since childhood.
Also known as the tub chair, drum chair, and sometimes conflated with the club chair, the barrel chair is a classic furniture profile with timeless appeal. Long beloved for its comfortable semicircular back which appears as the cross-section of a barrel, this chair is a favorite for lounges and casual social spaces, and sometimes even refined for use at the dining table.
Wouldn’t you just love to work in this office? Spanish Architect firm Selgas Cano thrills us with their spectacularly vibrant yet low-impact office that just merges into the landscape. It is sleek with minimalistic furniture but creates quite a visual impact with it colours and use of environment. Working here would surely make you will feel like you are away from a busy life.
What do you do with that bit of empty space under the stairs? It’s been a question that has been long asked. There have been many ingenious answers. We take a look at some of them here. Though this post covers a WIDE variety of ideas for saving space under stairs, we welcome suggestions from our readers.
Wood is such a classic material, it might seem like there arent many ways to innovate anymore – at least not without embracing something completely outside the comfort zone of most decorators. This post hopes to challenge that concept by introducing eleven bedrooms that use creative wood walls to their advantage while remaining perfectly approachable at the same time.