Real Estate Agent Posts 25 Of The Worst Home Design Finds By Her Fellow Agents

Real estate agents are the keepers of the keys – many keys. They get to see houses of all shapes and sizes, from modest to mansion, along with some truly interesting architectural choices. Just like with fashion, everyone has their own idea of what works or not and there are bound to be some design fails along the way – and real estate agents get a front-row seat to the madness. Continue reading »

After Watching Chernobyl, Couple Decided To Design Their Apartment In Soviet Style And Listed It In On Airbnb

According to Rasa Jusionyte: “There’s a famous line in HBO’s Chernobyl: “Comrades, we are so focused on our search for truth we fail to consider how few actually want us to find it”. And the truth is that “Chernobyl” was filmed in Vilnius. This apartment is located in the heart of the neighborhood that acted as Pripyat. Not only the location is unique but the apartment itself is an ode to Soviet life – from the plates you eat from to the bedding you sleep in, it’s as authentic and unique as it was back in the USSR! Continue reading »

This Instagram Page Showcases Incredible Design Solutions


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here is so much on the internet that can get you down or angry that you have to stop and appreciate the pages that calm your soul. Topdezigners is an Instagram page that reposts gorgeous sleek, modern, and innovative furniture, room, and even outdoor architectural designs. Continue reading »

“Back To The Future”: A Retro Hi Fi In A Dark & Cozy Man Cave

Retro 1960s Hi Fi stereo equipment and mid century modern furniture– great old Tulip table.

“Listening to music properly has a lot to do with having the right environment. A place that’s all your own. I like the warm glow from the perfect level of indirect, low lighting. I want to be surrounded by my favorite things to look at. And I long for seating that you just melt into and disappear in. And another thing– I love my iPod as much as the next guy– but sometimes there are those moments when you need to break out the turntable and throw on some old records. The warm hiss and crackle of needle on vinyl is like hearing your mother’s voice in the womb. Which is what a man cave really is– a dark, personal, intimate womb. Continue reading »

Add Some F-You Ambiance To Your Interiors

Most candles come in cute little tins and smell like lavender, morning dew, and dancing cherubs. That’s all fine and dandy for the cheerful among us, but what about the rest of us? What about the guy who spilled his morning coffee, got ripped apart by his boss, and dropped his phone on the walk to the door? Continue reading »

Nature Interiors: When Nature Invades Abandoned Places

The British artist Suzanne Moxhay, based in London, imagines some amazing surreal creations, using collages, matte painting and digital retouching. A clever mix of analog and digital techniques that allows her to stage pieces of nature in abandoned places, creating captivating and poetic compositions. Continue reading »

Negative Space Inspired Interiors By Mungo Thomson

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Mungo Thomson is a contemporary visual concept artist from Los Angeles. His work can be described as simple but fascinating. His interest in what he calls ‘the dumb idea’, something simple but interesting, makes his art so special. Continue reading »

Colorful Photos Of The Latin America’s Interiors From The 1980s And 1990s

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Rafael Goldchain is a well-respected Canadian photographer. He was born in 1953 of Polish-Jewish heritage in Santiago, Chile and educated in Jerusalem, Israel before moving to Toronto. He earned a Master of Fine Arts at York University (2000) and a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Photographic Studies at Ryerson University (1980). Continue reading »

Wild Life by Jeff Friesen: Animals Meet Interiors

Canadian photographer Jeff Friesen has created an adorable photo series that depicts the imaginary lives of plastic toy animals. Continue reading »