Completed Project: Poland’s Most Narrow ‘Keret House’ Warsaw is now home to the completed Keret House project, and it has to be one of the most narrow homes in the world. Though we’ve been keeping track of this home from the beginning conceptual phases it’s time to see some actual as built photos of the interior and more from design firm Centrala. Though it can’t technically be labeled a home (since it breaks all kinds of codes/laws in Poland), it is considered an art installation. Images: HomeDsgn
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Startups, This Is How Design Works – by Wells Riley Life In The Trees: Cocoon Suspended Retreat Treehouses, tree-hanging tents, and pretty much anything that’s up and off the ground is garnering a whole lot of interest these days. So it’s no surprise that there’s another exciting product on the market called ‘Cocoon Tree Bed.’ Like many other concepts that have been seen, this tree space is a spherical structure that hangs from multiple trees and even has some varying accessories available. The kit of parts contains specialty aluminum rods designed specifically for the upper and lower portion of the sphere and covered in a specialized tarp. A circular bed typically takes up the whole floor space inside of the cocoon and covered in custom linens. Images: DesignBoom
Beginner Blooms: The Market Bunch It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for! The step by step tutorial that will take your market bunch of flowers from ho-hum to perfection! From the very first day I started the spring series, beginner blooms, I know you guys were waiting for the day we could arrange a whole case full of varying blooms to create a striking arrangement out of the regular bunches that you buy in your grocery store. There is a secret that you haven’t known about all of these years, that makes this so easy to conquer. You’ll notice that this is a different type of vase than we have been working with, for the vases that start narrow at the bottom and wide at the top, this is definitely a trick you’ll want to employ. First, There are some important things to remember when you’re purchasing flowers. Second, Remember the first couple rules we learned at the very beginning! Next, use whichever flower would be your focal flower. Last, add in just a couple touches of greenery in the top of the arrangement. Ta-da!
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DIY dresser round-up DIY dressers are a theme on the blog this month - check out mine here! so on trend, i had to post a round-up of these DIY’d dressers that i found on ScrapHacker.com – a fantastic site for upcycling projects. this first one is ikat print… which i love! you know how i love to decoupage! love this chevron print dresser and i love those giant knobs! love love this rustic look. this would be great in a Restoration Hardware inspired interior if you paired this with a chandelier near-by – rustic meets luxe. and those rope pulls remind me of the Decorating with Rope post i did a while back. full tutorial for this dresser here. Ikea hacks are the best! gift wrap! geometric design. painter’s tape creates a nifty look! two half circles in bright shades. outlines of clothes makes for a cute and modern look love this idea of using colored chalkboard paint! and last but not least, a dresser is where you keep your ‘stache! all photos via ScrapHacker – find out more info on each DIY here