This is very interesting…a floating wood console with a lovely live edge.


wood floating console


So Nice

Some gorgeous minimalism from Interieur architect Frederic Kielemoes.


This lighting is way to amazing….just perfection.



Love the frame arrangement in the hallway! Looks like some lovely light grey porcelain floors.


What a beautiful lighting detail…simple, long and linear shaft of light.


Oooh! What can we say here…beautiful detail with teh hood, the under lighting and the sink…so very seamless.


Pitter patter.


Some more for you tomorrow!

A detail

Love this detail especially how the throw is placed on the chair.



Vertical softness

An upholstered bed wall is one of my favorite ways to make a bedroom special.


Joe Nahem






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Pol Theis

I recently stumbled across the brilliant work of NY designer Pol Theis. He creates very interesting dynamic interiors with unexpected elements.


The relaxed romans add an informality and softness to the cubist nature of the Paola Lenti Atollo sofa. I think this is my new favorite sofa.


I really like the idea of floor to ceiling cabinetry and this lit niche behind the bed.


These babies kind of freak me out but I like the idea of clusters of objects perched on shelving.


Great great floor lamps next to the bed.



Concealed faucet

Now this is interesting!


Vincent van Duysen. I love how the cabinet is wrapped around the sink.


Joseph Dirand. The integrated sink looks as if it was carved out of this block of marble. Minimalism at its best.




Claudio Silvestrin‘s penthouse kitchen in London. The dishes have their own special ledge…perfect.


All images via






Little Boxes

Is it the weekend yet? It has been a long week and I think I will go here this weekend, Hotel Aire de Bardenas…join me!









This might be my special place…a perfect little window seat nook.








Designed by Barcelona architects Emiliano Lopez and Mónica Rivera | Photos by José Hevia

Stacks for Sunday

via A Note on Design


Makes for a cozy transition space.


House in Nakameguro by Level Architects

*via Dezeen

Level Architects completed this house in Tokyo with a slide connecting three floors. Weeeeeeeee!

Hiding your TV with style

There are many ways to creatively make your TV disappear.

Put up video stills of art! Laura Day brilliantly paused Marilyn Minter’s first video “Green Pink Caviar” and the TV totally disappears. Can you spot it? Image via Lonny.

Or, hide it with a mirror! Seura has some sleek products to hide the TV in a mirror.

Auton‘s apparatus chicly covers the TV with sliding art. Love this idea! Media Decor also offers art lifts.

VisionArt frames the TV and inserts canvas art inside the frame which then motors up and down.

Katie Leed cleverly places the TV on a minimalist column with a gorgeous beach scene on the screen. Great idea for an alternative to a wall mount TV installation.

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