While technically not a color, white is the result of all colors appearing combined, representing wholeness and completion. It is the most neutral of neutrals and the easiest to decorate with as it crosses style lines and reflects light in a way that visually opens up a room like no other color. White is known to symbolize clarity, modernity and purity which typically evokes a rejuvenating feeling when it comes to interior design – the start of something new. While this is not a step by step guide on how to design a kitchen in white, you will definitely get some ideas here. The 21 white kitchens you are about to view are nothing short of a breath of fresh air, so take a deep breath and scroll on…
We never get tired of these beautiful Swedish homes. Here is another that lies in the heart of the Swedish neighborhood Kungsladugård. This apartment has been renovated multiple times which enables it to have a history which is shown through the various layers of finishes. The renovations still maintained its connection to its 1920′s roots when it was designed by Arvid Fuhre in the style of Governor House.
The Swedish design of using a neutral base and then adding onto this modern detailing such as the furniture and wall coverings is clearly shown throughout the apartment. This apartment was originally designed in order to accommodate large families however it does this without being too ostentatious or overwhelming. The overall effect is of a light and airy space which you could easily see yourself occupying.
Here is a quick round up of the living rooms that we are ogling at this precise moment. They don’t all fall into one particular category or style of design. But they are all fabulous! We will let these images speak for themselves.
This is not the first time Andos Studio’s work is gracing Home Designing and we are pretty sure it is not the last time either because the company churns out spectacular visuals on a regular basis. We are really impressed by the studio’s rendition of some top notch contemporary gardens for its clients. Sit back and enjoy these images, it’s quite a zen-like experience!
If you are looking for creative ways to light up a room, enjoy these Gourd Lamps by Calabarte. Each gourd lamp is made from a gourd brought from Senegal and their exotic design is achieved after carefully selecting dried shells of gourd fruit and drilling patterns into them. Different patterns are designed by carving deeper or shallower into layers of wood. This allows light to pass through each carving, creating beautiful patterns of light on the walls. The gourds are all unique and the perforations differ in diameter, exposing light through its intricate patterns. Resting on a base carved in wood and finished with Italian natural oil, the Gourde Lamps will attract admiration and will surely offer an enticing atmosphere to the room. The fruit of the annual tropical vine originating in Africa and Asia are transformed into exceptional table lamps by careful drilling and framing. Calabarte makes different designs, so you can choose from several lamps the best one suited for your home.