Stefan Buchberger created this innovative fridge for Electrolux’s Design Lab 2008. Consisting of a base station and up to 4 seperate stackable modules, each section is removable and customizable with various skins, a bottle opener and a whiteboard. Source: Electrolux @ Flickr
Author: Lauren OMalley
Hmmm… think I’m gonna start saving my change.. The Cup Cafe at Hotel Congess via Young Snowbirds The Standard Grill in the Standard Hotel New York via Notcot.. The flooring at Revolver is made up of over 340,000 pennies.. Paul Smith’s boutique in Paris.. And finally, The Chamberlains created this — Continue reading
A favorite of the Ratpack, the Riviera, located in Palm Springs Califoria, underwent a massive renovation, and was relaunched in 2008. The whole environment oozes Hollywood glamour and is nothing short of posh. See more here.
Wanna try a DIY project this weekend? Checkout these clever homemade rugs featuring carpet tiles, remnants and samples, as well as chevron patterned, hand dyed rugs. First up, my favorite pattern of the moment: Chevron. (Click on the photo’s link for DIY instructions) Little Green Notebook Lilac Silhouette on Flickr Adventures in Dressmaking — Continue reading
Is it modern? Or is it traditional? How about a modern take on a traditional home? The Roaman project was redesigned to conform to a growing family and in the process, successfully combined two totally separate styles. See more via Bates Masi Architects
I love the concept of taking something ugly and breathing new life into it, and Ruin Academy does just that. Literally. As quoted from the blog, “The Ruin Academy occupies an abandoned 5-story apartment building in central Taipei. All the interior walls of the building and all the windows are — Continue reading
Karim Rashid, one of favorite designers, has created the “Snap Chair” for Feek Furniture located in Kortrijk, Belgium. Made of 95% air and 5% material (100% recyclable Expanded Polypropylene) these chairs are lightweight as well as fun and modern. Each chair features removable seats that let you combine colors for — Continue reading
I’m in love with this house by David Mikhail Architects, which was part of the Don’t Move, Impove Project in London. A former Victorian home, the house has been transformed into this cozy, modern dwelling complete with a garden courtyard and terrace. See more on this project here.
This house looks so fun.. but a little dangerous. Obviously it’s not meant to house young children, however, I love the sort of house within a house feel. See more here.
There’s nothing like a bright, white couch coupled with a lot of colorful accessories. So this isn’t quite white, but it’s almost there.. though I think it would look quite nice if it was. Ok that’s it. I need to buy a white couch asap. (Photo Credits: Decorpad, Caitlin Wilson via Adore Mag, — Continue reading
Get ready for a complete mind… jolt, for better use of a word. I’m amazed. Yea. They’re real people. Here’s the artist herself posing with her living works of art. And this one had me really bewildered.. like to the point I had to stop looking at it because my mind — Continue reading
I love faux deer heads. They really add that punch to a room and I’d love to get one for my study. The sky blue walls would look amazing next to white resin. However, decorating with this type of piece can be tricky. It takes the right kind of mix to keep it fresh — Continue reading
To me, there’s nothing better than mixing modern design with natural elements. It’s like getting the best of both worlds, and I love to see companies that specialize in that sort of thing. I stumbled upon Blue Nature, and I’m lovin the natural elements they use to create their furniture — Continue reading