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August 17, 2017

Tired of chunky and often downright hideous chairs for the office? There’s no need to compromise on aesthetics when you’ve got a list like ours. These thirty stylish office chairs bring elegance to your home or workplace – with a few ergonomic benefits up their sleeves. Match a white and bright work interior with a swivel chair in white leather, propped up on rose gold. Create a beautiful wooden cubby seat, in one smooth panel that has no need for nails. Be futuristic, with an ergonomic chair featuring mesh, tilt recliners and roller wheels. Update your office in fine form, with our top thirty picks for comfortable and contemporary office chairs.


$560BUY IT

About A Chair Upholstered With Wood Base: Let beech wood legs and curved polypropylene hold your form. These elegant, cloth-covered cubby chairs can work in the lounge, dining room or office, and are available in four colours. Change the legs to black-stained oak to match a darker interior.



$530BUY IT

About A Chair (Swivel Option): After a swivelling option? This swinging incarnation from the About A Chair series features a cast aluminium base and powder-coated finish. Add comfort with a cushion fixed to its black or white seat, or check out About A Chair’s other options to select your own twist.



$90 for 2BUY IT

Eames-Style Molded Plastic Chair: Looking for two? This twin set of Eames replica chairs come with moulded polypropylene seats and dowel wooden legs, in two ensembles you can set up easily. Protect your floor with their plastic protectors, and stand them up behind the desk to see their Eiffel supports. Choose from eight colour ways to complement your home office.



$827BUY IT

Eames Plastic Armchair PACC: Love the sound of rolling wheels over hardwood? This Eames-style chair, modelled after the first industrially-produced chair in the world, is made for hard floors. Buy its black or white version, with a handy height adjustment underneath.



$114BUY IT

Tulip-Style Chair: Dare to be different with your office chair. This futuristic white pod with aluminium base is sure to make a splash in the office, with its ABS plastic seat and 17 cushion colour options.



$300BUY IT

Kartell Masters-Style Chair: This golden dream of an office chair is not just a pretty face. Winner of the 2015 Gold Dot and 2010 Good Design Awards, its designers Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet fused three chair functions to create its form. Stackable, outdoor-friendly and boasting a range of five colours, it’ll be a unique addition to any home or office.



$72BUY IT

Casper-Style Home Office Chair: Casper chairs are timeless. Use this clear, injection-moulded version for your office, or choose from nine other colours for bolder interiors.



$80BUY IT

Panton S-Style Chair: There’s nothing more eye-catching than a one-piece chair. Surprise and delight your workplace while sitting on its ABS-constructed, white, black, red or blue form. Its ergonomic shape helps you sit straighter, too.



$55BUY IT

Trattoria Arm Chair: Looking for an office chair to match your industrial home decor? This electric-plated metal find doesn’t mark the floor and requires minimal assembly time. Stack its commercial-grade form under an industrial desk, or below our pictured star-stencil clock.



$720BUY IT

Flow Chair: Jean Marie Massaud’s combo of a polyurethane shell and natural, bleached or brown oak legs adds a stylish addition to your home office. Look out for its hidden swivel, reduced height and inner upholstery options, which offer a comfortable place to view tiny shelf satellites in your space decor office.



$559BUY IT

Muuto Cover Chair: Your choice of lacquered ash or oak veneer twists to form this contemporary chair – without using metal parts. Copenhagen designer Thomas Bentzen spent three years in its construction, now offered for sale in five matte shades.



$299BUY IT

Muuto Visu Sled Base Chair: Another design by Danish brand Muuto, this sled base chair has inspired many similar looks since. Colour its oak veneer seat and stainless steel legs in four muted hues, for a timeless addition to the bedroom, dining room or office.



$610BUY IT

Nelson Swag Leg Arm Chair: First conceived in 1958, George Nelson’s famous chair was built with Charles and Ray Eames’ plastic patents. Now made of recyclable polypropylene, this white version offers an American-made seat with air circulation and armrests.



$112BUY IT

Serta Valetta Upholstered Home Office Chair: Want a higher level of comfort, with a handy swivel function? These beautifully-upholstered finds use memory foam cushioning, finishing their stainless steel legs with chrome. Adjust the height underneath for a perfect working accessory.



$54BUY IT

Colorful Desk Chairs: After something cheap and cheerful for the kids? Made in bright pink, blue, purple or green, these simple ergonomic designs allow breathability through their backs, swivels in their roller stands, and height adjustment underneath.



$127BUY IT

Baxton Elia Clear Acrylic Swivel Office Chair: Get pure sophistication atop your swivel. This undulating clear acrylic piece sits upon height-adjustable steel, for a contemporary design to suit any interior.



$695BUY IT

Muuto Swivel Base Fiber Armchair: Think of the environment when buying your next office chair. Made of completely recyclable plastic and wooden fibres, designer duo Iksos-Berlin sought a clear shape incorporating a back, seat and armrests all in one. Choose from nine colour combination options.



$149BUY IT

Curved Wooden Home Office Chair: After something in natural wood? This chrome steel creation features a height adjustment lever and six wheels, to roll you quickly to the filing cabinets.



$805BUY IT

Kartell Spoon Desk Chair: Design and comfort meet in the middle, with this specially-made office chair. Mimicking the shape of a spoon, this 2007 Good Design Award winner features roller wheels, a height-adjustment handle, and specifically-labelled recyclable materials.



$498BUY IT

Meelano M347 White & Rose Gold Leather Office Chair: Want a dose of pure office luxury? This Italian, soft, white leather dream snakes rose gold armrests around its sides and back, leading down to an adjustment handle and five easy-to-move wheels.



$124BUY IT

Stylish Black & Brown Mesh Desk Chair: Ergonomic enthusiasts will enjoy this vinyl office chair with breathable mesh back. Its sponge seating, tension-controlled tilter and flip-up arms are paired with ultra-handy height adjustment levers and wheels.



$345BUY IT

Eames-Style Group Management Chair: Combine style and function in premium Italian leather. Available in five hues on a polished aluminium frame, it features tilt locks and tensioning, a 360-degree swivel and adjustable height levers – with modern office savvy.



$523BUY IT

Eames-Style Group Executive Chair: Take your chair comfort up a level. The Executive version features a full-length, leather-upholstered back, an aluminium frame and added durability – with the Management style’s ergonomic benefits.



$150BUY IT

Langria Mid-Back Mesh Chair: Add a splash of colour to your work or home office. This white and lime sensation lines mesh up its back, pads its seat with cotton, props your neck up on a headrest, and lets you swivel, height-adjust and roll with abandon. Choose from three colours.



$202BUY IT

Merax Reclining Desk Chair With Extendable Foot Rest: Get a sneaky snooze in between meetings. Leather-upholstered and meeting ANSI and BIFMA ergonomic standards, this chair reclines to be almost horizontal. Padded armrests, a slide-out footrest and wheels make this chair the perfect fit for the office addict.



$499BUY IT

Herman Miller Sayl Task Chair: Combine a futuristic look with top-of-the-line functionality. This triangular mesh-backed chair, available in black or white, offers the perfect back support – with a 12-year warranty.



$1,059BUY IT

Herman Miller Mirra 2: Need more chair features? Another from the Herman Miller range, this turquoise seat offers a tilting back, adjustable arms and seat, and lower back support.



$1,218BUY IT

Herman Miller Aeron Chair: What does almost two hundred dollars extra afford from Herman Miller? Specialised ergonomics for those between 5”3 and 6”6 inches tall, back support across eight zones of tension, and individual pads creating a perfect S curve for your working spine.



$1,469BUY IT

Herman Miller Embody Chair: The absolute top of the range, the Embody chair stimulates blood and oxygen flow, reduces spine compression and keeps you cool – no matter how long you sit.



$1,031BUY IT

Steelcase Gesture Chair: If we are to recommend one from this super ergonomic lot it would be the Steelcase Gesture chair which even one ups the Herman Miller chairs in terms of customisability. Even the angle of the arm rests can be controlled precisely.


See how customisable the Gesture chair in this video:

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August 17, 2017

Similar to the redwoods in northern California that are converted into restaurants, a historic cave in Matera, Italy was recently transformed into a gorgeous, underground winery.

Three levels of the cave were converted and the design is in a circular formation.  The interior is encased in stone and glass panels divide the space into two rooms .

A large stone staircase leads visitors throughout the winery. Wine bottles are stacked on the stone shelves encircling the space.

The interior furniture and decor are painted in an emerald green color, which stands out vividly in contrast to the neutral, beige color of the stone.

The color and the design is intended to resemble wine bottles. Terracotta tiles extend throughout the space and the ceiling fixtures are made of hand blown Venetian glass.

The winery is intended to provide guests with a natural atmosphere honoring the ancient city of Matera where they can enjoy fine Italian wines in a unique and captivating environment . The scheme was created by Belgian studio Architecten de Vylder Vinck Taillieu.



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August 17, 2017

Love the natural look, but crave the fine, polished aesthetic of an inner-city apartment? My, have we got an interior for you. This dark and dreamy interior combines rough rocks with polished wood, black slats and high-sheen acrylic, as designed by One Work and photographed by Hey!Cheese Photography. Watch TV against a rock face, looking out to city views. Show guests to a dining table through black slats, lit by state-of-the-art idea lamps. Make your office LED-lit, wooden-slatted and marble-topped. Take a style trip to a darker vision, with our latest modern apartment tour where wood, stone and black reign king.



Using wooden panels above, stone tiles below and roughshod rocks to the side, our first view of the lounge is eclectic. Cold tones in a grey suede six-seater, shagpile rug and textured wallpaper mix with a warmer wooden ceiling, under-rafter LEDs and small bursts of coloured cushions. Looking past the cabinetry’s black acrylic, the scene separates into grey and white with a city view, or darker and more mysterious in the office beckoning beyond.





Making a half-turn, we find the lounge’s focal piece: the roughshod brick wall. Tying into the black theme with a flat-screen TV, its rustic exterior juxtaposes nicely with the living room’s other polished, high-sheen furnishings. A quick bounce off the wall reveals a wide city view, lit like a Christmas tree during day or night.






Step into the corridor, and a puzzle of black and wooden slats awaits. Across grey tiles and polished wooden floors, black push-doors become a slatted feature, opening up the dining room as an artistic wall piece. Framed both horizontally and vertically by gleaming wooden panels, the look piques interest in the rooms surrounding the corridor’s small space. A classic black bookcase with a Japanese, no-borders twist completes the scene, as mirrored-door cabinets beside and beneath increase the space and feeling of sophistication.




In the dining room, Drop Top Pendant Lights burn their coils over the table. Book-ended by a smooth bench in stone, these dining room pendant lights illuminate a solid wooden table and unique linen chairs, a hint of the bright in this mostly-dark interior. Looking to a pot plant on one end, a chrome fridge on the other, this space lets cooking and dining merge seamlessly – with a background TV left to entertain guests.





By combining many differing materials, the interior lets each space create its own character. At the corridor’s corner, high, glossy panels of black acrylic hide necessities and add modern polish. To its right, a whiter, brighter room is made possible using concrete walls, grey stone floors and a tree-bearing planter. In the office behind, LED-lit wooden panels create a relaxing vibe, matched by a bench in marble. An array of opening and shutting black compartments open and close off the dining room, a seductive space set on a polished wood floor.







As black, elongated doors turn to the side, the office’s LED-lit marble reminds we are walking in luxury. Drawn by the glow of a table lamp on the desk’s edge, our footsteps lead us past two woven ottomans and into a network of wooden slats, showcased in a feature wall and Venetian blinds. A turn behind reveals the central desk, a simple L-shape mirrored by drawers around its form. Joined by the dining room’s black cabinets and a timber ceiling platform, it links to the surrounding rooms through wooden slats, polished floors and hints of black stencilling. A back-mirrored door offers self-contemplation, while an Eames Bird replica on the bookshelf behind harks to a leaning mirror.







The main hallways show off the decor’s star ingredients. Large swathes of wood, in differing shades, line the ceiling’s unconventional rafters and pillars. Feature walls of wooden slats impress when illuminated, quickly turning to black when the lights go off. Veined stone tiles add natural sophistication, in classy yet unassuming grey. Glass doors and high-shine chrome make this game of smoke and mirrors part of the allure.







The bedroom takes on an aura of its own, in bolder colours and softer materials. Using the dining room’s polished floorboards, it makes a splash in a teal armchair and matching bedspread. High, linen-upholstered panels hark back to the grey of the living room, while a strip of mirror elongates the space without making a fuss. Unique bedside lamps offer orbs of light, this time through a Flos IC T1 Style l table lamp, a final punctuation to the room’s design.




The real treasure of the bedroom is the walk-in wardrobe, a sophisticated surprise next to its humbler neighbour. Opening up beside the teal comfortable reading chair and pumpkin orange throw, its black walls, LED-lit closets and striking mirrors remind of the majesty of the corridors. Matched by an array of polished woods, its many hangers and hide-away drawers make a feature of the best clothes, while hiding away the rest.





The ensuite appears light and bright – in grey. Using the corridor’s stone floors and stretching them up the walls’ full length, the space appears contemporary and clean. LED lights from beneath white ceiling shafts add drama, while glass doors keep the space open. Rounded white porcelain and chrome fixtures form the necessities.




A peek into the next bathroom reveals a slight twist. Opened up by a wooden door, it reveals a same-shade wooden cabinet, textured tiles, and a dazzling array of lights and mirrors. An oval-shaped toilet keeps company on the right; two small, rounded vases the space on the left.




Our final bathroom edges on the flashy, ultra-modern décor this apartment is famed for. Criss-crossed in an array of juxtaposed, natural vein tiles, its entrance and walls are a glossy black reminiscent of the dining room. Brilliant chrome makes mirrors on either side of the basin, while stone creates a cavity for a standing sink.





Leading out of the bathroom finds your eye in the corridor, with a view to the city – a perfect place for an end-of-tour night cap.


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August 17, 2017

If you had enough of traditional speakers that usually are going to destroy your interior or exterior design, then take a look at the Sphere 360 omnidirectional speaker from Architettura Sonora.

Terracotta garden sound system

Architettura Sonora is a unique and innovative audio brand launched in 2009 in Italy as a division of the B&C Speakers Group, and has become in no time a pioneer in the audio industry. Company’s name means in Italian “architects of sound” and this is truly a well deserved name. Each speaker designed by Architettura Sonora is a work of art that intends to create a focal point and at the same time provide high-performance sound.

Standard Stone subwoofer

The Sphere 360 omnidirectional speaker is designed to be used both indoors and outdoors and as the materials used to build it are extracted from earth, it is virtually impossible to find similar pieces. Every speaker of the collection is built to match the widest array of uses, whether functioning as a single unit to enhance the atmosphere of a space, or next to other modules to fill a larger area and provide the highest quality sound.

Sphere 360 omnidirectional speaker collection

Classic lines and clean detailing make the Sphere 360 an eye catching work of art, available in a wide range of materials and finishes like marble onyx, travertine, galestro, Tuscan terracotta and other stone finishes, in order to adapt to any type of environment. The 68 pound spherical speaker stands 19 inches high by 14 inches wide
The piece is available as a loudspeaker, or you can also choose the sub woofer version.

architects of sound

The 8-ohm sound module has a nominal impedance of 8 0hms and a rated frequency response of 50Hz to 15kHz. The Sphere 360 omnidirectional speaker is engineered to look stylish but at the same time capable of reproducing omni-directional sound. Architettura Sonora’s Sphere speakers have 89dB sensitivity and a peak power of 300W.

Architettura Sonora Sphere 360

interior marble speaker

Architettura Sonora sound speaker

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August 17, 2017

When you consider your interior design choices, you will most certainly think of color, furniture, and window treatments. But too many amateur home designers leave lighting as an afterthought. Lighting does more than let you read after dark or make sure you can see the beautiful meal you prepared, the right lighting design can truly transform a space. There is a reason that lighting is so critical in photography and cinematography — lighting enhances features and creates atmosphere in a way that no other design element can. The homes featured in this post each utilize lighting to add that extra je ne sais quoi to already beautiful designs, elevating them and making them something special.


Visualizer: KDVA Architects  

The right interior lighting means more than being able to see the book you’re reading or not bumping into furniture.




In this first space, a 124 square meter (1334 square feet) home in Moscow, Russia, recessed lighting is used to great effect.




The overhead lighting in this home casts a neutral downlight that works perfect for ambiance, bouncing off white walls and flooring.




A neutral color scheme works well with creative lighting design, allowing even sunlight to highlight the disparate textures of the space.




As sunlight streams into the main living area, it illuminates a smooth floor, soft sofa, matte countertops, and even the decorative vases.




The use of modern dining chairs matches with the rest of the color scheme, while recessed overhead lighting pulls focus on the contents of the dining table.




In the bedroom, a unique bedside spotlight offers a solution to standard reading lamp, with a bit more flair.




Using kids’ beds that are separated by a half wall rather than bunkbeds makes this bedroom feel more sophisticated while windowsill planters take full advantage of natural lighting.




Lighting 2 person workspaces can be tricky, but a simple desk lamp will always come in handy.




In the bathroom, the lighting is kept simple and soft.




Everyone wants to look their best in front of their bathroom mirror and the subtle overhead lighting does just that.



Visualizer: Espace Studio  

The next space uses a tone that is much brighter than the first, but similar lighting choices.




Recessed lighting above the entertainment center as well as underneath some of the cabinetry creates a very modern effect.




One of the most important features of good lighting is the ability to adjust it for the time of day and mood.




The use of dimmer switches and bulbs of different colors makes it easier to create the feeling you really want in a space.




Black dining chairs and eclectic dining room pendant lights draw focus on this communal space in the house.




In the bedroom, matching bedside lamps flank the bed.




Nestled inside the recessed headboard area, the unique bedside lamps complement the overall natural, calm vibe of the bedroom perfectly.




In the kids’ room, recessed overhead downlighting illuminates the unique wall shelf built into the minty green wall.




Lighting can even be used to make eye-catching wall decorations, as seen here.




Great lighting can and should be part of kids decor as well, with this room focusing largely on the use of natural light.




Window treatments come into play as well, with shades and blinds letting through different amounts of light depending on how they are arranged.




Simple white bathroom design with both ambient and spotlighting make it a versatile space for relaxing and getting ready.



Visualizer: Espace Studio  

The third space is an 80 square meter (861 square feet) home located in Zhukoffsky Zhukovsky, Dnipro, Ukraine.




The agreeable design of this space, with plenty of cool colors, clean lines, and simple decor like a large wall clock, was made to please people of different tastes.




The lighting in the main living space consists of overhead spotlights that can be angled differently depending on whether the occupants want to highlight their green accent colors or their large white coffee table.




The spotlights also perfectly highlight the trinkets on display in the unique shelving unit as well as the planter table.




Oversized pendant lights in the dining area cast a soft and flattering glow for dinner guests.




The wood on wood look of the Scandinavian style chairs and the light wood flooring is ideal for the natural light that comes in from the dining room window.




Moving into the private spaces, bedroom pendant lights and an indoor plant add warmth to this bedroom.




The lights are suspended on either side of the bed and add a pop of color along with a comforting glow.



Visualizer: Square 83  

The final space is a 377 square meter (4057 square feet) townhouse located in Kyiv, Ukraine.




Lighting is used in this space to call attention to the complementary textures, as this unique floor lamp does for the patterned sofa.




The natural light is not as prevalent in this home as it is in some others so artificial lighting must step in.




Indeed the lighting in this space can change the entire look of the room, with the same gray pattern sofa looking alternately white and blue depending on the angle of the light.




The bedroom uses its own unique lighting scheme against its pink accents, including a bright orb of a table lamp for the vanity.




The use of many spotlights adds a great deal of interest to this space, making it feel playful and energetic.




In the en suite bath, a glowing light serves dual purpose as art and light source.




The sleek bathroom design includes a minimalist faucet along with flattering lighting.




Finally, sun streaming into a bedroom is the best way to brighten up the space and to wake up each day.


Here are some great lighting related posts for further reading:
50 Unique Table Lamps That Help You Lighten Up Your Interior
50 Unique Floor Lamps That Definitely Deserve The Spotlight
40 Unique Bedroom Pendant Lights To Add Ambience To Your Sleeping Space

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August 17, 2017

Past meets present with designs by Leonardo Ulians, a London-based artist who uses parts from electronic devices to create intricate and stunning mandalas. The pieces are soldered together and demonstrate the inner workings of the technological devices we use regularly in our daily lives.

Creating mandalas is a meditative practice in itself, to see it in front of you as an art piece allows both the artist and the observer to reflect on the inner workings of our system. We forget sometimes that the tools we use on a regular basis become a part of us.

If we can recreate something that serves mainly as a tool for convenience and connectivity to our jobs or other people into a beautiful work of art – we’ve transformed the way we see the world and ultimately ourselves.

Ulians idea is brilliant in its simplicity and the artwork itself is stunning! Like a spider-web, his technological mandalas resemble aerial views of geographical systems reaffirming the notion that both the microcosm and macrocosm are finely interconnected and our world is truly an artistic masterpiece.



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August 17, 2017

Sofa Sophie designed by the Swiss artist Daniela Saxer and manufactured by Raum B Architektur, is a very original creation. Sofa Sophie brings together many functions in a single piece of furniture: it’s a sofa for sitting, putting your feet up and having a comfortable lie-down, as well as having a little table and a box. The armrest on one side and coffee table with embedded small storage space on the other are not the only unusual things of this sofa; the totally mismatched feet offer a special and unusual look.

Sofa Sophie
Using the Sofa Sophie as a centerpiece, complete seating landscapes can be created. Thanks to its small dimensions, the piece accounts for the requirements of the urban lifestyle but can also be effortlessly placed in small rooms. A modern seating structure with base frame and the fabric covers that can be selected to match your interior needs. Sophie can also be transformed into a guest bed in just a few movements. The upper part can easily be removed, and the bed is created.

sofa bed with storage


Thanks to its reduced form and high seating comfort, the piece is not only suited for private use. Sophie is suitable both for private use as well as public spaces such as reception areas or business class lounges. Depending on the desired purpose, the box and table can also be adorned with sliding doors, collapsible power sockets or newspaper racks.

blue sofa bench design
This contemporary piece seems inspired by the clean silhouettes of mid-century designs, its main attribute is a frame in solid wood that is light end elegant and will effortlessly fit in almost any type of decor.

Raum B is an incredibly creative achitecture and design office in the heart of Zurich, created by the architect and owner Daniela Saxer, a graduate of the legendary ETH Zurich. The firm specializes in complex products and ideas that are developed from the first sketch to the finished object.

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August 17, 2017

It is unusual for garden equipments to make it to our weekly feature. But the Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller is one device which we think warrants an exception. It uses information from multiple sources like weather forecasts, nature of your soil and plant types, sun exposure, etc. to create an intelligent watering schedule that saves you water and money. There is a handy app too that lets you further customize things to your liking.


$176BUY IT




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You can get it from Amazon.

Also, if you are the kind of person that likes to use technology to make things simple at home, do check out our post: 50 Insanely Useful Smart Home Products To Make Your Life Easier

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August 17, 2017

The outstanding armchair, 570 Gender, designed by Patricia Urquiola, is a new addition to the Cassina collection. A piece that combines both traditional and modern features with a refined and unusual design that resulted in an original accessory. Gender is an innovatively shaped seat, made to create an extremely useful and beautiful addition to any space. A design which satisfies the desire for an amply proportioned chair that combines ultimate comfort with premium materials and state of the art craftsmanship.

570 gender contemporary armchair

The 570 Gender contemporary armchair is available in five different color combinations, emphasizing the contrast between the soft inner part and the strong outer part, decorated with a colored leather edging that highlights its sinuous line. This design adapts to the body of the sitter and provide extraordinary comfort.

cassina 2016 furniture

Available in either leather or fabric, in five different color combinations, this piece will satisfy the interior design requirements in both the domestic and contract areas. The ergonomic seating of  this piece is perfect for relaxing after a working day, entertaining with the family and friends, or just for reading a book.
Patricia Urquiola manages to combine comfort on a large scale without being to bulky.  The 570 Gender contemporary armchair is an invitation to experience total comfort thanks to the soft, variable-density CFC free polyurethane foam, padding of its seat. The chair provides adjustable comfort with its clever recline mechanism: the back is designed to lean about 12 degrees under pressure and then automatically returns to its original position.
For this contemporary armchair, a pouf is also available in the same color combinations, with leather footrest band to protect the surface from any damage.
Patricia Urquiola furniture design

Patricia Urquiola is a Spanish architect and designer that became famous for her unconventional, emphatic, and experimental designs that are blending humanist sensibilities and technical expertise. One of the few designers awarded by the King of Spain, Juan Carlos I, the Gold Medal of Fine Arts.
designer furniture ideas

relaxing armchair design

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August 17, 2017

Ghostwriter is a suspended desk designed by Giacomo Moor and launched in 2017 by Acerbis . An essential and functional piece of furniture in perfect contemporary style and a very popular option for small offices and for places which have limited space.

giacomo moor contemporary designs
Born in Milan, Italy, in 1981, Giacomo Moor learned the wood-working trade and once he graduated he reconciled his newly concluded studies with his passion for wood and its elaboration. His work is composed from unique, custom pieces and limited series designed for both private or public clients becoming one of the most renowned Italian talents both at home and abroad.

The Ghostwriter is a suspended desk that gives you the flexibility of putting up shelves on the wall according to you requirements and giving you enough space for all your things but without utilizing any of the floor space.

lacquered wood wall desk

The time of old-fashioned desks with drawers and bulky compartments is now gone. Their place can now be taken by this suspended unit that can open and close up to reveal its secrets.
A smart piece of furniture with hidden tiny shelves and drawers in which to file away your books, documents and other objects and completed by handy power outlets both USB and Shuko. The desk has the top made of lacquered wood and matte lacquered side panels, with Eucalyptus interior in contrasting material with the outside finish.

illuminated wall desk design

With a single gesture, the Dual-Flap opening system opens the large front door, transforming it into a practical desk top. Simultaneously the top of the piece will lift to facilitate access to the inside compartment of the cabinet, organized with cardboard and cardboard scanners pens.
The desk is a piece that is a mysterious block of lacquered wood, looking similar to any other wall storage unit. But when it opens things change, and it becomes a small illuminated desk with a lot of functions.

Ghostwriter Suspended Desk

acerbis space saving furniture

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August 17, 2017

As you will see in this post, the Scandinavian design aesthetic can be an ideal choice for a young family. Because this particular style focuses on practicality and function but still leaves plenty of room for the whimsical colors and patterns that are so adorable in kids rooms it works perfectly for a young family. The natural wood that is so common in these styles is also a lovely choice that can be easy to clean and that goes with virtually anything should a family decide to change their overall interior as their child gets older.


Visualizer: Doan Nguyen  

In the first home, indoor house plants and plant stands play perfectly with the green accent walls used in the main living area.




Further, the deep wood paneling and the green wall have a warm, natural feel to them while the white walls and furniture make sure that the space does not take a turn towards “cabin” or “den.”




The open design uses color to make it easier to flow from one space to the next — living room to dining room to kitchen. It’s perfect for entertaining and for a family that will need to move between spaces often.




The organized entryway is another great choice for a family because it has a place for shoes, jackets, and keys so that it’s easier to get out the door in the morning.




In the dining area, Scandinavian style chairs, in particular the Eames Eiffel Chair is a perfect choice. Comfortable, easy to clean, and a timeless style. The dining room pendants at varying heights are certainly a modern addition.




The color scheme from the dining chairs carries over into the kitchen with white and green kitchen bar stools while wood wine storage will certainly come in handy for new parents.




Moving into the master bedroom, a deep blue accent wall is from the same family as the green from the main living area, but the blue is even more soothing. Unique bedroom pendant lights and tropical leaves prints also have a calming influence.




The bedroom closet is hidden behind white folding doors, which is always useful when you don’t quite have time to hang everything up perfectly.




While natural light flooding into the bedroom can provide a serene wake up call, a toddler does an even better job.




In another bedroom, gray takes the place of blue. Bedside lamps and unique vases are the trinkets of choice in this bedroom.




And those lamps would have no place to site without some mid-century-inspired side tables.




While opaque closet doors are convenient, there is nothing like a sliding glass closet door to inspire organization.




In the kids room, we see a bit more brightness while still staying within the same color theme.




Wall decals bring a bit more liveliness into the design.




Visualizer: Viktoria Tsikhotska  

In the second home, we can still clearly see the Scandinavian inspiration but there is a bit less in terms of color.




Instead, the decor in the main living area focuses much more on white, cream, grey, and natural wood.




A soft gray sectional sofa frames a unique coffee table, set atop a woven area rug.




On that coffee table, pretty blue vases add a bit of color.




The chevron stripe wood flooring is both trendy and timeless, harkening back to an earlier era with a modern finish.




White and wood kitchens are certainly a hallmark of Scandinavian design. The example seen here is simple and beautiful, bringing a bit of green in with the contents of its modern fruit bowl.




The modern dining chairs use the same color mixing idea as the first house, but with black and white, which feels a bit more forceful.




An indoor herb planter is ideal in a kitchen of this size with natural sunlight while concrete planters are a practical solution for the porch.




Another example of an organized entryway, this home features wall hooks for jackets as well as an umbrella stand and other storage for all the messy things that come with children.




Again, wood flooring and white paneled walls may attract the sticky fingerprints of children but they are also easy to clean.




French doors are not Scandinavian per se but they add a classic element to this space.




Downstairs, a playroom and storage area is an ideal place for kids to hang out and have a bit of privacy when they are older.




The playroom has a simple study desk as well as a personal climbing wall.




Bean bag chairs are a fun option for kids of any age and the colors chosen are bright but not loud.




A unique floor lamp is necessary in a space that needs to double as a homework spot.




In this simple bedroom, we get a bit of an industrial vibe with the iron bed frame.




The use of unique planters like this one is another way to bring interest into a room without a lot of extra clutter.




The sunny white bedroom is not large but the simplicity of the design is relaxing enough.




The colorful kid’s bed in the children’s room are cute and unique.




Fairy lights, polka dots, and splashes of color all make for fun kids decor while a house shaped display box makes for very cute shelving.




The color in the kids room works very well with the overall white and wood theme throughout the house.




Deer-inspired chairs are the height of whimsy and also give kids a place to sit and color or play.




Finally, a window seat is an adorable addition to any kids room since it encourages daydreaming and relaxing.


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This amazing pavilion was recently built in England as the masterful design by Morison Studio by artists Heather and Ivan Morison.

The piece started out as just a simple paper origami design they turned into a full-blown sculptural pavilion. The structure is made from metal, timber and a special woven fabric that can withstand most weather conditions. Both the color and the shape reflects Georgian style and history culture.

As the pastel pink was chosen from a Georgian color palette and the resemblance to a pineapple is due to the exotic fruit trade during the 18th century. Pineapples stood as a symbol of wealth, prosperity and of course, hospitality.

The awe-strikingly beautiful structure sits in the center of the Georgian garden at the historic Berrington Hall in Herefordshire. They plan to use the pavilion for healing and art such as yoga and live music events.



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August 17, 2017

Want to live amidst tourist-worthy greenery – but not in a refuge or tent? This luxury residence in the Portugese Riviera is surrounded by the Sintra Cascais National Park, the premier Oitaros Dunes golf course and an abundance of crystal-clear pools. Soaring overhead on entrance and lying flat beside guests, four exterior pools create a modern moat around this concrete and wooden gem, a modern contrast to its natural surroundings. Simple block furniture gives space to winding wooden staircases, glass-walled corridors and designer slats, making this 1,100sqm home of four bedrooms and five bathrooms part abode, part ultra-relaxing retreat.



As we first enter, our eyes meet pools – both above and below the first storey. Framed in metal and wood, their glass bottoms provide a feeling of serenity, which is easily achieved by relaxing in one of the first storey’s block sofas. Wooden plank decks hold white acrylic tables and chairs for a day time feast, while a flurry of teal chairs bring in more colour and prepare for dinner. Open walls bring in the Sintra Cascais National Park, a visual appetizer set on Lisbon’s scenic Estoril Coast. A set of wooden slats and winding staircases nestled in green walls let us know there’s more in store.







At every turn, green surrounds the home, reminding us of its National Park location. Juxtaposed with the home’s thick concrete, wild grasses push up dandelions. Sides of windows reveal lush pockets of grass and wide walking trails, as tall trees make a natural frame. As wooden beams create exterior corridors, creepers line the ground beneath. Even the street number carves its way into a manicured hedge, as mown lawns offer little sand patches for raking, Japanese-style.







Concrete ridges structure the home’s intersecting pools, creating a feeling of zen. Soaring over the first floor in a series of beams, they provide shelter to eating spaces while keeping the main area open. Holding glass-bottomed swimming pools within their sturdy frames, they add an industrial touch softened by the expansive blue sky, National Park trees and never-ending sources of green. During sunlight, sun shines through the glass bottoms and onto the pool beneath, illuminating the spiral staircase to the garage and berry-filled green walls. At night, the pools light up their centre through beaming LEDs, a visual spectacle made even more striking by a view of the stars and comforting concrete wall frames.






Green pokes its nose through the home in surprising spots. Leading along the exterior’s wooden planks, a veritable lawn surrounds the driveway’s concrete squares, as trees pop their heads over concrete plinths. A tree grows through wooden planks at the entrance, a feature carefully manicured by metal-grate hedges. To the side of the home, a small space in sand provides room for a sapling.





Green makes its presence known in the exterior’s layout, too. Lush lawns fill the space between the main pool area and interior living rooms. Forming a border, green plains and trees separate what is National Park from what is Wall House, our luxury residence. Before the main entrance, taller trees shadow the view, providing a stunning landscape with a hint more privacy. A tree at the entrance marks a strong pillar, foreshadowing the strong concrete beams that make this house a modern home.







Wooden rafters provide a style staple between the concrete beams. Simultaneously shedding light and shading from the sun, they skyrocket over the top of first and second level living areas. On the top level, navy block lounges retain their colour, as wooden beams provide shelter with a view. The main pool area criss-crosses swimmers in large concrete beam reflections and a dazzling array of thin rafter shadows, visible in patterns on the deck.






The thick concrete structures of the home ensure its space is made open, too. L-shaped pool openings offer an easy entrance point from a round of golf, or leisurely swing between the trees. A four-pillar design means wide rectangles of clear air surround the pools, offering a refreshing swim during sunrise or sunset. Looking from just inside the concrete pillars, the pools appear to float in mid-air, providing a sense of spaciousness and calm. Ceilinged only by pools, a few light-coloured rafters and the wide open sky, the home’s architecture makes it easy for its owners to cool down underneath, or soak up more of the sun, in the building’s feature pools.










Inside the interior, the design remains smart yet minimalist. A kitchen complete with island functions as the exterior does, creating ample room around its central feature. Bathed in white from top to toe, silver stools, chrome appliances and simple cupboards make food the central focus in a timeless and classic space.




Using a combination of wood, concrete and metal, the interior’s connecting spaces create design out of function. LED lights line the wooden passageways between bedrooms and living rooms, with black metal acting as a mast. Twisting down to the garage, a wood and metal spiral staircase drops into greenery, providing an inspirational view on the journey down.





Throughout the interior, the décor remains light and white. White cupboards, floors and ceilings line the hallways beside relaxation areas, made larger by glass. Topped by concrete, high glass walls provide views of the lawn and pools, forming small booths peopled by minimalist black furniture and a zebra rug. Light wood lines the floors, providing warmth, while bathroom areas keep it simple in standing glass panels, block porcelain amenities and carved-in toiletry inlets. The exterior’s wooden slats provide a design feature down the hallways, creating accordions of light through metal wine racks and across gleaming staircases.







The view out is almost as enjoyable as the view in. Twisting down to a pea-green Porsche 911, the wood and metal staircase creates shadows over luscious flower beds, a living wall and a garage in glass. Mirrored wooden staircases to the front door give glimpses of the Portugese sun through their cracks, illuminating the concrete that makes this home a modern gem. If you are looking for some serious staircase inspiration be sure to check out our post: 25 Unique Staircase Designs To Take Center Stage In Your Home.



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August 17, 2017

In need of fresh lighting ideas? Whether you’re looking for attractive fixtures to complement your decor, or need something stylish to illuminate a specific side table or favorite reading chair, we hope you’ll find a light you love in this diverse compilation of decorative wall sconces. From ultra-modern adjustable bedroom lamps to rustic farmhouse lights for the kitchen, there’s something here to complement any interior – and any budget. Hardwired, battery-powered, and plug-in, we’ve collected designs for every level of DIY know-how. Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comment section below!


$69BUY IT

Modern Minimalist Circular Wall Sconce: This gorgeous flush wall sconce is a great choice for small spaces or areas that don’t have much room for fixtures that stick out from the wall, like hallways or bathrooms.



$127BUY IT

Arne Jacobsen Style Designer Wall Sconce: Designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the AJ Lamp is an iconic modern wall lamp design that has never lost its appeal. While the original Arne Jacobsen lamps are highly sought-after, this reproduction offers a nice budget-friendly alternative.



$79BUY IT

Tolomeo Style Wall Spot Light: Exceptionally versatile, this wall lamp inspired by the equally fabulous Tolomeo design is perfect for the bedroom – simply swivel and maneuver these contemporary wall lights to provide fully adjustable illumination for nighttime reading, morning tasks, and general mood lighting. You can find the original Tolomeo by Michele de Lucchi here.



$269BUY IT

Serge Mouille Style Two-Arm Wall Sconce: With one bent arm for focused task lighting and one straight arm for ambient illumination, Serge Mouille’s classic wall lamp design is as functional as it is beautiful. This reproduction captures that magic with ease. Are you a serious Mouille collector, or just prefer to own originals? You can find an authentic version of this swing arm wall sconce here.



$465BUY IT

Marset Polo A LED Wall Sconce: Designed by Joan Gaspar, the Marset Polo wall sconce offers precise lighting that still feels wonderfully soft and warm. This piece would look sharp in any minimalist or ultra modern interior.



$72BUY IT

White & Wood Accent Wall Sconce: Are you looking for a stylish light to complement your Scandinavian style interior? With natural solid wood and white details, this piece would look right at home among another Nordic inspired decor. This piece is an extra exciting find since wood wall sconces are anything but common.



$117BUY IT

Modern Minimalist Style Black Wall Sconce: These black wall lights are super sleek and simple, a stylish yet unobtrusive choice for any contemporary interior. A small brass accent completes the look.



$115BUY IT

Modern Cylindrical Wall Sconces For Outdoor Use: This collection of outdoor wall mounted lighting will stand up to harsh sun and wet conditions without losing their luster. Because they cast light both upward and downward, they add tremendous visual appeal to home exteriors at night – perfect if you want to bathe a tall wall in soft and appealing light.



$101BUY IT

Secto 4231 Style Wall Sconce: Based on an iconic design by Seppo Koho, this Secto replica is a gorgeous light wood wall sconce that offers soft, warm illumination wherever you put it. It’s perfect for Nordic-inspired homes and minimalist interiors alike. You can find the original here.



$92BUY IT

Modern Decorative Wall Sconce: Unique white wall lights like this one offer a sculptural touch that goes with any decor style, all without sacrificing an ounce of functionality.



$48BUY IT

Globe Shaped Wall Sconce: Here’s another versatile white wall sconce suitable for just about any interior. Soft lighting radiates from the top and bottom to illuminate more of the room.



$310BUY IT

IO LED Wall Light: Beautiful! This curvy LED wall sconce appears to float just millimeters from the wall for an outstanding weightless effect. Simply rotate the body of the sconce to focus the light as you need it.



$121BUY IT

Modern Minimalist White Wall Sconce: Reduced to the most basic forms that make up a classic lamp, this handsome minimalist piece will fit beautifully in any style of home. Versatile indoor wall lights like these are great for commercial applications like restaurants and offices as well.



$125BUY IT

Type 75 Mini Wall Sconce: Designed by Sir Kenneth Grange, this simple wall sconce with shade offers easy adjustability and extremely versatile aesthetic. Both the shade and the wall plate are crafted from durable aluminum.



$683BUY IT

Scandinavian Style Scantling Wall Sconce: This design by Mathias Hahn easily rotates and holds its position without springs or counterweights. Its white body is complemented by a distinctive wood accent that glows warmly under the light. These wall sconce light fixtures include a handy switch on the mounting plate.



$101BUY IT

Minimalist Deer Head Shaped Wall Sconce: Now let’s take a look at some fun designs that will really stand out in your interior! This copper wall sconce takes the shape of an antlered buck, its unique stylized aesthetic falling somewhere between retro rustic and luxurious art deco.



$160BUY IT

Deer Head Shaped Wall Sconce: Inspired by children’s pop-up books, this origami style deer lamp makes a bold impression in any room. It gives off a soft glow rather than direct lighting, the antlers formed from the light itself. Don’t forget to check out our compilation post featuring other creative faux deer heads.



$190BUY IT

Peacock Wall Sconce: Here’s another creative wall sconce that gives off a decorative light pattern. When turned off, it looks like an abstract fixture – when turned on, a brilliant peacock tail appears on the wall. See our peacock home decor post for more interesting items like this one.



$148BUY IT

Bird Shaped Wall Sconce: Playful yet sophisticated, this bird-shaped wall lamp is sure to draw compliments. You can find more accessories like this in our bird home decor compilation post.



$261BUY IT

Owl Wall Sconce: Perfect for nurseries, bedrooms, or anywhere that needs a little extra character, this owl wall sconce is a fabulous way to add some whimsy to any space. Do you crave more items like this one? Complete your collection with the help of our owl home decor post.



$27BUY IT

Stylish Contemporary Wall Sconce: If you’re looking for a flush mount wall sconce that stands out from the ordinary, this sleek piece is sure to delight. It offers layers of indirect lighting to add to the ambiance of any space. Its smooth white exterior almost appears as a natural extension of the wall.



$60BUY IT

Modern Style Multi Faceted Wall Sconce: An obvious choice for interiors that follow the geometric decor trend, these faceted sconces make a stylish statement while providing indirect lighting above and below. These wall mounted lights are available in white and black.



$69BUY IT

Modern Minimalist Rounded Cube Wall Sconce: Offering more than just a cool contemporary look, these LED wall lights are available in three color temperatures so you can find the best fit for your chosen application, whether you need something brighter for an area like a kitchen or something warmer for a bedroom or library.



$104BUY IT

Stylish Linear LED Wall Sconce: Sometimes wall sconce lighting can double as functional artwork. This unique piece creates a dramatic play of light and shadow.



$55BUY IT

Clear Glass Cylindrical Brass Finish Wall Sconce: Shaped almost like a torch, this sophisticated brass wall sconce re-imagines an indispensable ancient light source as a contemporary statement piece. Its low profile and versatile appeal means it would work equally well in hallways and entryways as it would in living rooms or bedrooms.



$68BUY IT

IC C/W Style Light: With soft light that filters through its milk glass shade, this globe wall sconce serves as an excellent source of mood lighting. It’s based on a design by the prolific Michael Anastassiades – if you’d love to get your hands on an original, it can be found here.



$100BUY IT

Clear Glass 2 Light Wall Sconce In Chrome Finish: Fans of vintage-style bulbs are sure to appreciate the transparent shades on this clean and simple 2 light wall sconce. Choose how you’d like these lights to operate – use the switches included on the fixture or wire them to a switch for easier operation. This sconce can be installed facing upward or downward.



$160BUY IT

2 Light Crystal Wall Sconce: This gorgeous crystal wall sconce captures and scatters the light through its faceted diffusers. The rest of the fixture is crafted from solid brass that will develop a rich patina as it ages.



$50BUY IT

Adjustable Swing Arm Plug In Wall Sconce: Copper details make these black sconces pop with classic appeal. Highly adjustable, this model would be a great fit for mounting next to a reading chair, office desk, or other task-oriented space.



$50BUY IT

Industrial Style Extendable Accordion Wall Lamp: Here’s another light that offers superior adjustability – this accordion wall lamp easily extends or contracts and swings back and forth horizontally to shine light just where you need it.



$75BUY IT

Industrial Style Wall Sconce: Topped with a distinctive red knob, this industrial wall sconce lighting adds color and personality to contemporary warehouse-style interiors. Make sure to browse our industrial style lighting post for more ideas.



$27BUY IT

Industrial Style Wall Sconce With Switch: Whether you’re looking for vintage-style decor or something with a little industrial flair, this cage wall sconce might fit the bill. Low-output Edison bulbs are recommended for a warmer lighting effect.



$21BUY IT

Flexible Gooseneck LED Wall Sconce: With a sturdy gooseneck design, this adjustable wall sconce can accommodate any position you need to light your lifestyle. It’s a great choice for home offices, bedrooms, kid’s rooms, and spaces that require precise lighting like craft areas.



$139BUY IT

Beautiful Cylindrical Ribbon Wall Sconce: This ceramic wall sconce features an attractive matte texture that brings out tremendous warmth from the gentle light it casts. Each one is made by hand.



$50BUY IT

Rustic Farmhouse Style Mason Jar Wall Sconce: How cute are these? Made from classic Mason jars and string lights, this farmhouse wall sconce design features handmade appeal without the hassle. The lights are battery-operated so you don’t have to worry about hard wiring and can move the fixtures around as you wish. You can even change the flowers to better suit your decor!



$55BUY IT

Wall Sconce With Artificial Plant: A great way to add a touch of green to a kitchen, office, or living room, this plastic and iron wall sconce includes an artificial plant to bring a touch of the outdoors in.



$495BUY IT

Modern Wooden Wall Sconce With Walnut Finish: A nice compliment for contemporary and classic interiors alike, this oiled walnut wall sconce has a cool architectural quality that invites further exploration at every glance. It casts like both upward and downward, with ambient rays filtering through the slots in the face and sides. It’s also available in dark stained walnut.



$77BUY IT

Wooden Wall Sconce With Clock: This clock lamp combination would make an incredible housewarming gift for anyone who loves modern design. And it’s useful too – the included light makes it easy to read the time in the dark, great for hallways and living rooms. Don’t forget to browse our unique wall clock compilation post for more designs like this one.



$13BUY IT

Wall Light With Bluetooth Speaker: Portable, rechargeable, and adjustable, this color-changing LED lamp with speaker connects through Bluetooth to play music wherever you are. Consider using this piece in your bathroom or camping tent (away from moisture, though!) or even in a bedroom. Teens and children might also appreciate one of these as a multipurpose nightlight. Head over to our beautiful speakers post for more decorative speaker inspiration.



$17BUY IT

Motion Sensing Battery Operated Wall Sconce: Illuminate your space only when you need it with this battery powered wall sconce. It’s great for bathrooms, hallways, staircases, and anywhere else where on-demand lighting would come in handy.



$20BUY IT

Creative Wall Sconce With Spiraling Light Spots: Available with yellow, white, or multicolored lights, this creative wall sconce casts a decorative spiral of lights to bring visual interest to any wall. Consider this piece as a unique complement to futurist, ultra-modern, or contemporary interior decor styles.



$24BUY IT

Star Wars Lightsaber Wall Sconce: Any game room or home theater could use a super-cool lightsaber wall light, right? Use the included remote to choose between 8 different colors, or set the light to automatically cycle between all eight. We have an entire post dedicated to Star Wars home decor if you’re looking to complete a collection!



$77BUY IT

Funny Stick Figure Shaped Wall Lamp: Bring character to your favorite space with this silly stick figure sconce. Who wouldn’t smile at this little light’s huge personality?



$89BUY IT

Clear Glass Skull Wall Sconce: Decorate for Halloween, surprise your favorite gothic friend at their housewarming party, or complete your steampunk home decor scheme with this super detailed skull wall sconce.



$40BUY IT

Modern Concrete Wall Sconce: It’s adjustable, simple, and follows the concrete lighting trend – this versatile concrete wall lamp would work well in any room, alongside any style of decor.



$310BUY IT

Shell Shaped Nautical Wall Sconce: If you liked our nautical home decor post, you might find this shell-shaped light would look good in your sea themed home. This nautical wall sconce would also look good in bathrooms, covered indoor balconies, or anywhere with a coastal view.



$97BUY IT

Dragon Wall Sconce: Crafted from crushed stone resin, this incredibly detailed dragon wall sconce will bring mystery and medieval charm to any interior. If you know somebody who collects pieces like this, or if you have a themed room, have a quick look through our dragon home decor post, or maybe even browse our collection of Game of Thrones home decor.



$105BUY IT

Decorative Candle Holder Wall Sconce: Looking for something a little more romantic or moody than electric lighting? These wrought iron candle wall sconces offer a whimsical effect as seven tea lights flicker and dance across the branches. Because they don’t require the DIY know-how of wired sconces, unique tea light holders like this one make great housewarming gifts.



$106BUY IT

Angel Shaped Wall Sconce: If you or somebody you know collects angel statues, this lovely angel wall sconce could serve as a decorative complement.



$2200BUY IT

Viscosity Decorative Wall Sconce: Part sculpture and part lighting, this artistic abstract wall sconce is sure to draw eyes and spark conversation wherever you install it. Designed by Rob Zinn, it’s available in a range of color schemes to suit any interior.


Sconces are not the only options when it comes to lighting. Do check out these other great alternatives too:

40 Unique Bedroom Pendant Lights
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50 Unique Kids’ Night Lights That Make Bedtime Fun and Easy

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August 17, 2017

 

Multi-colored prisms seem to be everywhere this year and in France, artist Okuda San Miguel took this design to the next level. He painted a 19th century castle with the entire facade covered in vibrant and colorful colors.

okuda san miguel chateau

The coolest part of the design is that he used the architecture of the building as part of the art piece, if you look closely you can see the geometric shapes look like two symmetrical skulls with the castles windows and doorways used as eyes and teeth. His design bridges the gap between old and modern design, giving the building a vivid new mask.

okuda san miguel chateau

Located in historic Loire Valley in central France, this stunning and eye-catching mural will be sure to attract a whole new group of art enthusiasts and would be a site worth visiting one day!







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