La Florista

worclip:

Interior NI (2013) by INT2 Architecture

Location: Moscow, Russia

The main objective was to create a beautiful and functional interior subject to the minimum area of the apartment and the high cost of the project. 
Visually a single space, functionally divided into a living room, a sleeping area, and a kitchen. All interior solution are in bright colors with bright accents on individual parts.
One of the main problems is the small apartment’s lack of places to store things, so in this interior the partitions are “thickened” and converted into cupboards— a built-in wardrobe in the hallway and a small wardrobe by the sleeping area. Also, on the one hand the bed in the bedroom is raised on a podium to visually separate from the living room area and the kitchen, and on the other hand, to get extra storage space for bulky items (such as blankets, pillows, bed linens, etc.). On the balcony seats are made from repainted army boxes, which can also be used for storage.

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alagarconnemeuf:

gardening inspired inside decor, wall picture frames

alagarconnemeuf:

gardening inspired inside decor, wall picture frames

unconsumption:

Spring project idea: Make your own outdoor seating … 
Every so often, I not only look at Pinterest, but I actually find a pin showcasing a project I’d like to learn more about.
One such example was this DIY outdoor seating project that uses pre-owned cushions, a dozen concrete block units, and four fence posts. Intrigued, I clicked through the pin and found a simple tutorial.
If you’d like to make something like this but don’t already have all the materials, have a look at Freecycle to see if someone in your area has some thing(s) you could use. A home-improvement reuse store — such as a Habitat for Humanity ReStore — in your community may have useful items. (For Habitat ReStore locations, look here.)
Photo via Lena Sekine, who made the sofa that’s pictured using a tutorial via the Kayla’s Basement blog here.
I’ve long since closed Pinterest, and don’t recall whose Pinterest “outdoor seating” pin I originally saw, but, well, thanks, Internet! 
BTW, Unconsumption’s on Pinterest: here. 

unconsumption:

Spring project idea: Make your own outdoor seating … 

Every so often, I not only look at Pinterest, but I actually find a pin showcasing a project I’d like to learn more about.

One such example was this DIY outdoor seating project that uses pre-owned cushions, a dozen concrete block units, and four fence posts. Intrigued, I clicked through the pin and found a simple tutorial.

If you’d like to make something like this but don’t already have all the materials, have a look at Freecycle to see if someone in your area has some thing(s) you could use. A home-improvement reuse store — such as a Habitat for Humanity ReStore — in your community may have useful items. (For Habitat ReStore locations, look here.)

Photo via Lena Sekine, who made the sofa that’s pictured using a tutorial via the Kayla’s Basement blog here.

I’ve long since closed Pinterest, and don’t recall whose Pinterest “outdoor seating” pin I originally saw, but, well, thanks, Internet! 

BTW, Unconsumption’s on Pinterest: here

thelifestyleeditor:

Looking for inspiration to create something for your home? Hot off the press is Made By Yourself, an inspirational book with 48 unique handmade pieces created using a variety of materials. Compiled by multi-talented German stylist Peter Fehrentz, who has a degree in metal design, Peter now works as a set and product designer, as well as a photographer. His projects are creative and original, and rated according to time, skill level and cost - and divided simply into material sections. Time to get out that craft box and tool kit and get creating! Made By Yourself by Peter Fehrentz, published by Jacqui Small, £18 and available online here. Want to win a copy of Made By Yourself…head over to The Lifestyle Editor’s Facebook page here for more details.

 

 


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scandinaviancollectors:

ARNE NORELL, Inca sofa, Norell Ab, Sweden, c. 1965. Leather, stained beech, nickel-plated brass. / Wright
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scandinaviancollectors:

ARNE NORELL, Inca sofa, Norell Ab, Sweden, c. 1965. Leather, stained beech, nickel-plated brass. / Wright

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