Interior design can be hard, especially if you’re going for something half-modern, half-you. Everyone wants to be trendy and have the latest and greatest in furniture and decor ideas but sometimes less is better. We are going to show you an apartment which is actually a redesigned industrial space. This is a growing trend with the decreasing availability of housing spaces and to be honest, provides excellent creativity opportunities.
We can see rough walls, exposed bricks and coated steel all around this magnificent apartment, designed to appeal to the artsy, dark-ish side of you. The design is minimal – exposed metal and high-hanging lamps everywhere make you feel like in a storage room, or an emptied factory. However, the modern furniture and vibrant decorations here and there contrast to the cold grey of the metal and bring some live to the place. The fire escape styled staircase and net fences are a really nice touch. You also have an office space and a kitchen with lots of cabinet space.
If you’re looking for some fresh ideas on how to liven up your home and make it more entertaining for your children, this might be the perfect solution. These creative stickers will turn your doors into an adorable character; for example, it would be really fun to walk by a smooshy Jack Russell nose every day. The possibilities are endless and up to your own creativity – there may be be a dragon lurking behind the potted plants, or a tiger, keeping you company while you drink your morning coffee. It is amazing how something so simple can spread such joy through the whole family. You can even design your own characters and use some paint to create your own unique door buddy.
This studio is designed over the modest 34 square meters. It does not offer much space but has the full functionality of a normal home. The simple vintage interior is designed to appeal to the hipster side in you but a quick look around rends the place suitable for every taste and lifestyle. It is perfect for a couple who don’t mind climbing to the second level to get to the bed. Yes, the bed is right above the living room, accessible through a ladder – there is no wall or screen to divide the rooms so you’ll really feel that open plan when your better half is gently dozing on the upper floor while you’re working on the sofa.
You think your Halloween costume is amazing? Well, think again. These children’s costumes might put you to shame – they are creative, clever and most of all, adorable. Some of them are tiny adaptations of famous characters, others – just pure cuteness in a onesie. You can also do most of them by yourself, with the help of some carefully applied make up and several snips of the scissors through the old rags in the closet.
Frodo from Lord of the Rings
Some homes are big, open-spaced and with as much rooms as possible. Others, like this tiny apartment have much more to offer in terms of functionality instead of wide empty areas. It is tiny, it is neat and we love it.
It is located in Sweden, designed by Alexander White over the modest 37 square meters. Despite the limited space, it has everything a normal household needs. Read more