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Knitted Home Decorations

The days will soon be getting colder and shorter. With these knitted home decorations you can create a warm and cozy atmosphere in your home. These fun nubby-knit blankets, baskets, pillows, and more, all rendered in paled-out hues are proof that texture is just as powerful as tone.

 

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Knitted leg warmers for furniture! I’m deeply in love with these cotton-blend slip-ons, especially adorning a rugged stool. Read More

Blossom by Raw Color

Now when the autumn is here and colder, darker days ahead, we need some colors to keep our spirits up.  This lovely series of images by Dutch design studio Raw Color captures the fleeting beauty in color and blossoms. The way that the specimens are photographed, suspended in midair and set against color blocked backdrops, makes them look like contemporary interpretations of scientific botanical illustrations.

 

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The work of Raw Color reflects a sophisticated treatment of material and color by mixing the fields of graphic design and photography. This is embodied through research and experiments, building Raw  visual language. Read More

Black and white

In the world of interior, black and white definitely have their place. The use of black and white can add a touch of class to a room, as well as a stunning and dramatic decor.

 

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The use of black and white in decorating gives a fresh, clean, and unquestionably sophisticated and elegant look to any room. White signifies purity, innocence, minimalism, as well as a very clean feeling. White definitely goes well with any other color. Black is bold, elegant, mysterious, sophisticated, but it can also convey a conservative feeling as well.

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Red & Carmine

COLOR INSPIRATION – Red is the color of roses for Valentine’s Day, romance and lust. It’s a vibrant color, powerful, stimulating and exciting. The psychological effects of the color red are very easy to notice – red is an extremely powerful color.

 

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Red is an energetic and fiery color, signaling activity and drama, love and passion. It is the blod color, and pulse rate is growing in the red room. It is argued therefore that it should not be used if you have high blood pressure or poor heart. Red stimulates physical activity, and is not suitable for large surfaces in rooms to be used for rest and recreation. Red is one of the colors that the eye easily detects. It is therefore used as a signal color – stop sign – fire extinguisher – the Red Cross, etc.

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Sweet raindrop plates

Love this drip shaped hand built plates, each in a different color and pattern. From deep peacock blue, soft lime green to bright coral pink. All with a different whimsical asterisk pattern, festive and fun for serving!

 

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Ceramica Botanica is run by Susan Rodriguez who has been working in clay for about 20 years. Each piece is made in her backyard clay studio in San Antonio, Texas. She uses earthenware clay and She uses earthenware clay and has mixed her own stain slips and developed a wide range of bright muted colors. Most all of the bowls, vases, platters, plates and cups are one of a kind. She loves pattern and color and all the memories and feelings they evoke. Read More

Home tour with industrial touch

This beautiful and charming apartment with industrial touches, owned by photographer Jakob Nylund, has the perfect combination of industrial goodness and airiness. So many interesting details you can find here, I especially love the fabulous and rough choices of industrial lighting!

 

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He has created a simple space that still has lots of character and warmth.  It’s tastefully decorated a bit masculine but with a soft touch. This interior is really great; everything is perfectly styled here, a bit of modern, rustic, indistrual and a bit of midcentury modern – just fantastic! Read More

Terracotta pendants by Hand & Eye Studio

Designed by Thomas Housden of UK based Hand & Eye Studio, these gorgeous handmade terracotta pendant lamps are an excellent fusion of old and new. The terracotta reflects a warm, friendly light, and the basic shapes is really classic, modern and super stylish.

 

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Tactile and organic, these handmade terracotta pendants are the first products available from the new UK-based Hand & Eye Studio founded by architect and designer Tom Housden just this year. Read More

White and nature

White is purity, cleanliness, and innocence. Nothing is more classic than white. In interior decoration white is often seen as a neutral background color for other colors. White and nature carries a benevolent mood and subtle shades of summer and light.

 

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Shades of white are suitable to combine with natural wood. Typically this color is almost always worked with “natural” associations: ecology, natural plants, natural wood, natural cotton and linen. In a quiet interior white fit well with a thin floral ornament of light wallpaper and curtains.

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Skateboard Inspired Furniture

Skateboard these days are amazing examples of graphic design, and some are practically objects d’art.  What a shame that they should to go to a landfill after the boards have lost their pop! The sleek design of these unique recycled skate inspired piece of furniture’s are awesome and you don’t have to be a skater to appreciate these super cool pieces!

 

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Skateboard picture frame holds two 4×6 photos in the flexible magnetic sleeves. The deck mounts either horizontally or vertically. Read More

Street Seats

Street Seats is a furniture project developed by Bade Stageberg Cox for the Pier 94 Coffee Bar at The Armory Show. The 50 chairs, found abandoned on the streets of New York, were repaired and given a new life with a coat of taxi cab yellow paint. The bottom of each chair is stamped and documented with the date and location it was recovered.

 

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Found via The Design Ark

 

 

Moore yellow inspiration here at purodeco tomorrow!

 

 

Shumis pizzeria by Studio OPA

Shumis – an American Pizza Shop influenced by American Pop culture, located in an industrial area. Cheap, simple, and accessible materials combined with strong colors, creates a highly dramatic space.

 

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Shumis Pizzeria, an American pop culture heritage based in Tel Aviv. Cheap materials combine with references to American pop culture in the interior of this small pizzeria by Tel Aviv-based Studio OPA. There’s wallpaper printed with tins of tomato sauce reminiscent of Andy Warhol’s soup-can prints in one space, which also features lime green paint and chairs that contrast with the orange ceiling fans. Other surfaces and furniture are made from chunky chipboard with glass covering the tabletops. Read More

Stylist Glen Proebstel

Stylist Glen Proebstel is one of Australia’s leading interior stylists. His work is known for its breathtaking beauty and his shoots are like works of art. He has a gorgeous vision, sometimes moody and dark at others washed with natural light but always honest and real.

 

Stylist Glen Proebstel

 

Glen Proebstel is a Melbourne based stylist who produces work of a truly international standard. His ability lies, not only in his skill of selecting and bringing objects together in an aesthetically pleasing way, but in his innate feel for how to create an emotional connection. The quality of his work comes from the understanding of fundamentals such as scale, texture, placement, color and light, but the magic comes from the unexpected, the witty and the quirky play that underpins his signature style. Read More