History lesson: Le Corbusier mid-century furniture design

The clean aesthetics, with straight lines in a minimalist spirit are his legacy.


Finding of the morning: blue and white tiles 

Mornings. In between a load of work, something pretty manages somehow to squeeze in. The “something pretty” is  this  closeup of a beautiful kitchen with a modern interpretation of traditional ceramic tiles. Doesn’t it look perfect?   Would you like to see en entire blog post about this beautiful tiles print?   The Habitat   

Kid’s room

In a long quest to find inspiration for the ideal kids’room, the search ended with  this beautiful habitat for the little ones. Tens of designs and it cam to this one: the room with the most personality. The focus stands on the avian-inspired wallpaper, whose repetitive motifs contracts the simplicity of the plain white bed. The curtains selection, the…

Modern meets Colonial meets Tropical

If you are trying to better understand and use intelligently originally the whole banana-leaf-tropical-exotic print (as seen pretty much everywhere, lately), or you simply love how a rattan chair and brown massive wood furniture add to an airy room, then what you’re probably trying to track down is the British Colonial style . The colonial  style originates from the…

Discrete contrasts 

Something old, something new and definitely   something blue. This living room has what it takes to  make a powerful statement. It starts with the star of the design, the blue sofa, continues with the whimsical rug in black and white stripes, to which the colors of the elements of decor add discretely. Not to…

Today’s pick:the impeccable white dining area

All-white dining area: white table, white chairs, blended over an equally white wall. The brown hardwood floor manages to compliment (and complement) the clean aesthetics and the earthy tones are carried to the chandelier. The kitchen turquoise cabinetry in the background is after all a show-stopper.  

Mirror, mirror

Mirror. Because don’t we just love ourselves? Or, at least, to stare at ourselves. Fortunately,  this beautiful piece is more than just an object of vanity and self-adoration. For a while now, the mirror has been turning into  a statement about – you guessed it-  ourselves: our taste, our financial status, our state of mind….

The glass house

We thought we’d provide you with some bespoke imagery from elledecor.com Presenting to you: the glass mansion.

3 reasons to opt for open shelving in your kitchen

Choosing the kitchen storing units is one  of the most crucial decisions when it comes to decorating the kitchen. For some of us, it’s all about the most stylish design and high-end materials for much sophisticated cabinetry. It’s always very important to match the fabric to the floors and to have some sort of correlation…

Let there be L i g h t || Muuto

It all started with the first beam of light. And it has pretty much been so since the beginnings. We wake up as soon as the light is on, we turn the lights on at night, because we are not endowed with night vision (yet) and we turn off the light when we want to…

Habitat of the week 

On the ever of the weekend, we are delighted to show you this habitat.  Fancy reading a book here?      Source: dwellmagazine