If you drove by this house in Bedford, NY renovated by Alisberg Parker Architects you’d probably expect the interior to be chock full of traditional classics, right?
Part secret room, part cool kitchen workspace, all curved and completely semi-spherical this is one strange but creative way to solve your kitchen storage issues – a hanging half-circle cabinetry unit that holds (and hides) extra space right on your wall. Ten rotating leaves slide to conceal and reveal this storage-and-work area with a simple spin of the knob.
dark and moody apartment
What is it about Brazillian design that makes it so hot?! It's bold and brash, brave and beautiful. It's never precious but always fun.
This request comes from Becky: " I need some help revamping my bathroom.
Despite our increasingly wired world, not everything has gone wireless – and old houses will still have TV cables, phone lines and electrical cords snaking through them for decades to come. Why not forget about how to hide these completely and instead celebrate their function in a fun and unique way … maybe even plug a lamp in the process? Made to mount on the wall anyway, this simple home decor idea from designer Maisie Maud Broadhead uses simple do-it-yourself materials – standard electrical cable and conventional hardware-store hammer tacks – but to create a recognizable pattern of a very different type. This same technique could, of course, be used with television, phone and other coils of cord as well.