BY On Nov 06, 2018 Furniture
The main space is an open layout with a kitchen living room and dining room in one. The kitchen is subtly separated from the rest of the layout with a narrow wall and kitchen cabinets. The open living space is a bright one with colorful mid-century modern furniture: the walls, ceiling and floor are neutral ones, dotted with colorful mid-century modern furniture. The dining space is done with a small table and chairs and there are several cabinets. One wall of the open layout is fully glazed to fill the spaces with natural light. The kitchen is done with light-colored plywood cabinets.
The master bedroom also features a glazed wall that opens up to a private courtyard with an outdoor living room. The master bathroom is a very creative space with yellow tiles in the shower, light-colored wooden cabinets and a vanity plus pendant lamps. There’s mid-century modern furniture and the room seems to be continues outdoors. The courtyard features an outdoor living room, some benches and landscaping perfectly styled for the house. There’s also a pool with loungers to relax after a long day. The courtyard is fully private to keep the privacy of the owners.
The renovation also saw the outdoor courtyard and its dry stone walls overhauled with new turfed and graveled areas for playing and lounging. The gravel areas are neighboring lawns and there are cushions and pillows to sit right on the ground.
You don’t really want to match all your furniture – dull, dull, dull. Try to harmonize the different pieces so they blend together as if a first-rate eye has selected them over a period of time. Such matching mismatched furnishings is a hot trend now and it’s getting more and more popularity. If you want your home to look modern and trendy, avoid boring matching furniture and read these tips on mixing different ones. The danger in not having matching furniture pieces is that everything is an accent piece. Choose a common thing and stick to it, the common denominator could be style or period, silhouette and form, or color palette. For example, if you like mixing styles, it would be best to stick to a monochromatic scheme. The style, the finish, the color, the heft and scale of the furniture should be somewhere in the same neighborhood so they harmonize in your room. Color is usually the easiest staple for your home decor, it’s very easy to keep the furniture in the same color, you may even reupholster or repaint the pieces to match them.
Stylish and functional kids’ furniture is not so frequent to see but today’s collection is definitely about these features. Furniture brand Tink Things is on a mission to revolutionize kids’ surroundings so they’re more fun and supportive for all. Considering different ways children interact with the environment is used as a starting point for designing furniture that is more attuned to children’s sensory needs. The idea of the new chairs is to create a more dynamic, encouraging and enjoyable spaces for kids that are truly inclusive. Ika swing chair has a non-fixed seat that not only allows kids to move, but encourages constant rocking and bouncing. It is fun, but what’s even more important, it supports kids when they need a little boost or a moment to enjoy some playful fidgeting. Tink Things’ Mia hoodie chair with fabric seat hugs kids and offers mild deep-pressure soothing which boosts serotonin levels and helps with stress. Furthermore, if the child feels overwhelmed, they can pull up the cocoon and partly isolate themselves, hoodie style. The products are made using natural, sustainable and hi-tech materials, such as solid ash wood, 3d mesh fabric and aluminum. They are tested & certified with Oeko-Tex® 100 & FSC certificates and EU tests for strength, durability, safety and stability.
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