This ecofriendly Pompom Stoolby Studio Avni is a burst of color and inspiration for environmentally conscious homes. The small, bright-colored pompoms are made of recycled Sarees, the vividly draped traditional Indian garments worn by women in India.
The ecofriendly Pompom Stool Series is yet another whimsical textural take inspired from the various traditional garments and accessories worn across many regions using manipulating different indigenous techniques. The result is a vibrant 3D tactile series that livens up any indoor space. Read More
The Box House is located in the town of Florence in Italy. This old carpenter’s workshop has been redesigned into a loft, using a series of about three hundred old wooden boxes. The architects turned the ex-industrial space used for carpentry into a spacious and original loft. The gorgeous mix of vintage furniture, bold colors and unique objects pieces make the styling look great.
Inspired in its past, the Box House is a blend of modern minimalism and history. Three hundred ballot boxes, and the unique vision of architects Alessandro Capellaro and Sabrina Bignami from b-arch, turn an ex-industrial space used for carpentry into a spacious and original loft in Firenze, Italy. They saw the potential of the space and took upon the challenge of transforming it into a modern home without compromising the charm of its historic essence. Read More
Retro Posters inspired by Scandinavian design & great midcentury vintage items. This fabulous Retro Posters from the ReStyle shop deserves to be visited by those who love Scandinavian-inspired design. The talented Czech illustrator, Jan Skácelík, has found inspiration not only in the beauty of Catherineholm enamel ware but in a lot of other things that would make us a bit swirly with love. For all collectors and lovers of Scandinavian design this Retro Posters are great accents for your home!
Each Retro Poster is signed and printed on 160g paper. Available in different color combinations, the posters can be shipped all over the world, to any home that needs some artistic inspiration. Some of the prints feature images of well-known items, like the Rorstrand Tango cup with patterns by Marianne Westman, the Stig Lindbergs Bersa teapot or the patterns inspired by Cathrineholm. Captured in different sized posters, the Scandinavian mid-century modern designs add life and color to any corner of your home. Here are some of my favorites. Which one is yours? Read More
Lu Ink is a Barcelona based design duo formed by Australian digital artist George Angles and Spanish painter and designer Blanca Cases. Last year they opened a shop/workshop in Barcelona named Lu Ink to showcase the things that they love: paintings, cushions, trays, assorted things made of and on wood, textiles, and lots of other cool things for the house. Everything Lu Ink makes is either a one-of a kind or a limited edition, so you’re sure to come away with something truly unique.
Lu Ink is the creative space of Blanca, Spanish painter and designer, and George, Australian digital artist. Their workshop and shop in Barcelona is where they make and sell the things that they love and like to be surrounded by. From textiles to mirrors, lamps, small furniture, paintings, photographs, maps, books, and even some clothes, like T-shirts and jackets. Read More
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.
Found via The Design Ark
Moore yellow inspiration here at purodeco tomorrow!
100% Norway at Tent London 2012 – Lars Beller Fjetland makes his first appearance at this year’s show. The designer, who will present two products at the exhibition, has nurtured a lifelong fascination for the marriage of function with the finest of nature’s materials in furniture, interiors and lighting.
Piet Hein Eek’s Fair Trade Baskets are Beautifully Handcrafted from Recycled Palm Wood. Each piece is handcrafted in Vietnam using palm wood slabs according to the Fair Trade principles.
Famous Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek recently designed a beautiful set of baskets, bowls, and trays for Fair Trade Originals. Each piece is handcrafted in Vietnam using palm wood slabs according to the Fair Trade principles. Vietnamese handicraftsmen working in a family-owned workshop followed Piet Hein Eek’s designs to create a series of beautiful, functional objects by recycling a large batch of rejected breadboards.