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Modern Home Decorating Ideas, Products, Trends and Architecture blog magazine - Trendir

Modern Home Decorating Ideas, Products, Trends and Architecture blog magazine - Trendir
With 4346 products in 84 categories, Trendir is your best source for trendy modern home products for every room in your new house or for your next remodeling project. New furniture, decor items and fixtures are added daily. But we don't just add every new product. Our team of interior designers picks the most stylish home furniture, home fixtures and decor as they become available. Happy browsing! Rocker Daybed Odu by Rosconi

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Trends 2015: Master Bedroom Furniture Ideas What really gets our heart racing is a bedroom designed with passion, a chic place to recharge after a long day. Find out how to decorate your master bedroom in style, we prepared a selection of images with a variety of design choices and styles, incredibly calculated and worth a closer look. Take a peek at the most stylish master bedrooms for 2015: The bold patterned bedding exudes a lot of confidence and confort, for sure a must have. Fabulous nightstands that allows to keep your little secrets safe. 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. Design Sponge This style website is the cream of the crop – using a gentle and creative presentation, Design Sponge serves up multiple posts every day about home design, new and innovative products and tips on home living in a modern world. You will discover gems within every post, whether they discuss mini trends like ombre and glass lamps or give a detailed “before and after” description (complete with beautiful photos) of room and furniture redecoration.

Architecture 13. Beijing National Stadium Also known as Bird’s Nest, this phenomenal stadium was built for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. The idea for this amazing structure was the result of cooperation of Chinese and international architects and artists. As soon as man realized he is in the need of a shelter, architecture started developing. Over a long course of human history the art of building has conjured up many grand, beautiful and astounding structures, monuments to the perfect marriage of science and art. Shelves at Home Decoration Inspired by natural and presented in modern design, this unique bookshelf was created by Spanish designer Jordi Mila. It’s called Wisdom Tree Bookshelf which its fluid and organic shape was inspired by the growth of a tree and comes with an artistic design making the shelf looks like tree branches, the books being the fruit of wisdom. The Wisdom Tree is for people who see books as a source of knowledge and emotions ...Read more

Homes&Interiors Sometimes you need to organize your closet and you don’t have more space right? Here are some ideas to help you. Interior designer Maurizio Pellizzoni of MPD London has utilised the space behind the […] Order, Formulas, and Rules by Frank Cunha III It seems like when you finally get it right in Architecture, Art, Music, Fashion, etc, you become a “sellout.” So what is Right? How can we get it right? Will anyone know the difference?

Beautiful And Original Product Designs - Smashing Magazine Advertisement Successful product design manages to reveal useful functionality beyond its appealing form. No matter how excellent a design looks like, most customers aren’t likely to spend money on something they won’t be able to use. On the other hand, most people are likely to buy something useful despite the design it has. Yet the key to a truly successful product design lies in designer’s ability to combine both beautiful design and functionality making it obvious to the customers how the product can be used and which benefits it delivers.

Architecture Spectacular scenery – and sheep – are the first things that come to mind for most of us when we think of New Zealand. For an architect, spectacular scenery is always both a challenge and an opportunity. This was very much the situation for David Ponting, founder of Ponting Fitzgerald (in 1998) of Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand, when he saw the site for what his affluent client hoped would be a “sanctuary.” The site was breathtaking with unbelievable views of Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown, New Zealand, and the mountains beyond.

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