Happy Monday! Hope you all had a great weekend! Check out this wonderful white home where Tine Kjeldsen, the owner of a Danish interior store Tine K, lives. It presents itself as country house, located on Funen island near Odense in Denmark.
BRANCA is a new product and accessory label for the home, created in Lisbon, Portugal under the direction of Marco Sousa Santos, a designer firmly rooted amongst a generation of designers who have built a strong international reputation for contemporary Portuguese design.
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Find out the amazing Hotel Post in Austria, an amazing hotel with spa, created by Oskar Leo Kaufmann architect. The furniture was specially designed for the hotel by local craftsmen.
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Disfatto is a furniture series designed for Italian brand D3co that features pieces with soft lines and simple shapes and forms. Made up of a sofa, armchair and small tables, Disfatto conforms to the user’s needs and desires. The plush sofa and chair, and friendly table have a welcoming quality, all while having the ability to create a modern setting anywhere. Interestingly, the tables can double as seating and the sofa can act as a bed (it’s cover can be changed as many times as desired).
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New York-based firm Steven Harris Architects has designed Casa Finisterra, a 9000 square foot home nestled cliffside in the exclusive gated community of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Yanik Balzer and Max Kuwertz of the Köln International School of Design made this nice Axe Bookshelves and other whimsical pieces of household furniture.
Mississippi based Pearidge Concrete created a custom Guitar Sink.It’s a 8 foot long sink that has a guitar-shaped basin. It is an outdoor sink sitting on a custom rustic cabinet made from salvaged wood from older homes.
Happy Sunday! Check out this amazing apartment in New York City. On the border of Tribeca and Soho, light, location, soaring ceilings and a blend of exquisitely mixed materials in a high caliber conversion of this building circa 1866 make 50 Lispenard the ultimate New York City address.