Its a alarm clock called “The Defusable Clock, designed and built by Mike Krumpus from Nootropic Design”, is a fully-functional alarm clock that also lets you practice defusing explosive devices just like you see in the movies.
This ‘prototype’ of sorts for an artist’s studio accommodates work and sleep, all with furniture pieces on casters that can be edited for any situation. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
Bang! Desk lamp is the remote control that has the shape of a pistol is attached. You can be off by making a behavior to shoot a gun. The tilt to the side to let you know that the light is turned off, the lamp shade was shot.
It is inevitable to deny the retro trend in furniture is back!
What was used a few years ago is now the last “scream” in fashion. Thus we can see that furniture design is similar to past design but with a more modern touch, refined and with inspirations.
Meet the 5 hot trends that will inspire you to decorate your home!
1.Living Room: Retro Modern
How about we split our house in themes?
In the living room we choose to a more retro environment yet very modern and sophisticated.
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While you may not realize it, if you have been feeling tired, cranky, stressed or just not in a great mood, look to your home and it’s sources of natural light. It’s a proven fact that humans respond, act and feel better in a home that has plenty of natural light but also has light inspired decor. Even for your darkest rooms there is a way to bring in lighter finishes to play off of the darker ones. Whether you are looking to add more physical daylight or you’re trying to choose finishes that will brighten up your space and mood, look at the 10 easy tips to bring more light into your dark interiors.
1. Walk through your home and assess the dark areas:
If you’ve been living in your home for a while, most likely you are used to its dark areas. Closets, living and family rooms that don’t bring in enough natural light, or possibly the current paint color scheme and dark furniture is making your interiors feel like a black hole. Before you can brighten your interiors, you will need to discover what factors are creating the dark feeling. Do you need better windows in your interiors or lighter colors on your walls or possibly less bulky and dark furniture in your spaces?
2. Mix and match rich color neutrals and white in your decor:
If your home needs some warmth, look to rich bodied neutrals such as espresso brown, camel tan, mushroom gray, and warm rust colors. The brown, white, tan families of colors are extremely versatile and look great when placed next to dark wood floors, doors, and heavy wood furniture.
It seems that Thanksgiving day is coming!!!
Is your home already decorated according this holiday’s theme? We give you some last minute suggestions in case you want to change some details.
This day is celebrated by everyone in USA and Canada, including celebrities!
As it is the case of Jessica Alba. We can see her very happy celebrating this holiday, cooking for her family.
Gather your family around you and give thanks for all the wonderful things that happened to you throughout 2013!
Check further decor ideas in our Pinterest Board!
An international home that’s got plenty of flair and style on the interior and exterior. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
Pet owners in this Arizona home created a ‘cats only’ outdoor spot with plenty of entertainment for their felines. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
The day of Thanksgiving is a date to meet with those we love most, give our thanks and don’t forget, they deserve the best from us.
In troubled times like we spent, nothing like sitting down around a beautiful table and pass a good time.
Here are some ideas you should consider stealing for your apartment!
Basic shelves serve as a strong basis for rotating displays. They will go with almost anything, which means you can change the look of your walls in a very simple way!
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Colorado-based designer and builder Funn Roberts built this suave retractable bed in the living room of Vincent Kartheiser of Mad Men fame.
Klopf Architecture studio have designed the Net Zero Energy Modern House located in Cupertino, California.