Top 25 Interior Design & Furniture Blogs We scoured the web looking for the best interior design and furniture blogs, and below is what we found. From large multi-writer blogs like Moco Loco to more personal fare like Gaile Guevara, the below 25 blogs (plus 5 honorable mentions) are the cream of the design crop. 1. Julika Welge at Designersblock London 2010 Julika Weldge is presenting her project growing carpet. This carpet consists of single identical parts that can be stuck together variously. The single parts hold together because of their undercutting form. Additional fasteners become unnecessary. After an order the customer receives the single elements in number and colour of his choice.
Modern Furniture - Room & Board From dramatic drapery to sleek shades, explore our exclusive collection of made-to-measure window treatments. View Gallery Vintage Vendors To follow on from my post about Lyon & Turnbull and buying quirky and interesting pieces of furniture at auction, it seemed obvious to post a story about a home where the owners are completely committed to 1950′s, retro style furniture and home ware. Known as The Vintage Vendors, Ian Hughes and Helen Monaghan have furnished their Edinburgh apartment with Mid-Century pieces, down to the last tea spoon. The sofa came from a shop called Bra Bohag which specialises in mid-century furniture.
The Murphy Life: Foldaway Side Table Do-it-yourself decorating allows you to customize your home, apartment, condo, or room with DIY accents that transform your space on a budget without completing a full-scale remodel. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, we guide you with instructions, tutorials, and step-by-step photos for indoor and outdoor projects and room makeovers. We have tips, techniques, and tools to get you started on paint projects, the easiest way to freshen up a space or decor item. But it doesn't stop there!
Maharani Incense Sticks (Heena) Soothe your mind, body and spirit with Maharani Heena Incense. These fine incense sticks capture the pure scent of henna, more commonly used to create beautiful designs on the hands and feet. Henna has a smooth, earthy scent that is used to bring balance and reduce mental confusion, making these incense sticks the perfect way to enjoy your home. This fine incense is from the Imperial Incense Range and has been hand rolled onto bamboo sticks and dried naturally in the sun. Imperial Range incense uses Halmaddi, a semi liquid plant resin as well as natural binding agents to form the sticks.
The Vintage Shop « Vintage Mid-Century Scandinavian Danish designed furniture. The Vintage Shop Auckland specialises in vintage retro furniture sideboards & dining suites. Maker: Nathan FurnitureOrigin: EnglandCirca: 1960sDimensions: 183cm lengthLovely streaky grain that shimmers in the natural light it features sliding doors to hide the stereo unit and decoder and three wide drawers for all your bits and pieces, remotes etc. Contrasting recessed handles finish it off, this unit is tidy and ready to go. $1950 sold
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A handmade home Pages Search Jo on Instagram Kim on Instagram Kim's twin sister's blogKim's fav decor shops in Ottawa Living room, 1965 A living room in 1965 photographed by Chris Ridley This open-plan, living/dining room is based on that of a typical town-house of the early 1960s in Highgate, North London. The large windows and double-height dining area were designed to create an impression of space. These houses were generally fitted with a central heating system, making the television rather than the fireplace the focus of the room. Social and domestic conventions relaxed considerably in the 1960s, and the family living room now had to provide for activities like homework, watching television, eating and entertaining. momstory My name is Filippa, I live in Denmark with my husband Claus and our three girls Natascha(11), Olivia (8) and Cleo(3) – we have three cats, 5 fish and five chicken that provide us eggs every day. I am a freelance interior stylist with a love for DIY, and ideas for kids, therefore 70 % of my work is all about kids. My blog is called Cirkus, it started as the place where I could show all the amazing things I find, in hope that someone would be interested and get inspired as I do. I also pin here when I see things I love or need to remember.