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A Moden Minimalist Pendant Lamp Lily Cloudlike by Vibeke Skars

June 16, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Lighting
A Moden Minimalist Pendant Lamp Lily Cloudlike by Vibeke Skars

Norwegian designer Vibeke Skars created this cloudlike lamp called Lily.  Here’s a nice example of a moden minimalist pendant lamp. Lily has a beautiful geometric pattern. It’s simple, modern and very convenient. Minimalism is still the main tendency in furniture design. This lamp will give you as much light as you need because the light bulb isn’t inside. Stylish round pendant lamp for a stylish... 

New Woven Furniture Trends for Woven Rawhide Dining Table by McGuire Designs

May 16, 2011 Filed Under: Dining Room Interior
New Woven Furniture Trends for Woven Rawhide Dining Table by McGuire Designs

The geometric pattern of the woven rawhide is a simple, repeating square that will look great anywhere in the house designed by McGuire Designs. The woven rawhide dining table is a classic, straightforward form that curves gently to widen at the top and bottom. ‘Inspired by the Mediterranean’ the open weave allows light to flood through the table itself, ensuring a bright, fresh atmosphere. Topped... 

Large Wall Art Interior Decorating

April 1, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Decorating
 Large Wall Art Interior Decorating

In this example, the grays are a nice choice for the room’s cool color palette and allows for the design to be big without being overwhelming. In the featured picture, the large art print instantly adds interest to the space and actually makes it feel bigger. The non linear pattern is a nice way to soften up the room. A linear or geometric pattern would give the room a completely different feel but... 

Interior Design Nu Asia Restaurant in Bahrain by SHH

March 18, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Design
Interior Design Nu Asia Restaurant in Bahrain by SHH

SHH designed the new building as three elegant interlocking volumes, each one larger than the last and variously clad in timber, glass and stone. The first 8.5m high ‘box’ is clad in dark timber slats, allowing the light to shine through dramatically at night-time, whilst protecting against the searing daytime sun. A grand stone entry staircase in Galala marble is located in front of/alongside...