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Tag Archives: Interior Design
In a wardrobe deemed fit for royalty, this impressive design stimulates feelings of nature and the days of the past. Made from 616 handcrafted individual metal painted enamel fig leaves, this is said to be one of the largest wardrobe projects of its kind. The fig-leaf covered doors open up to reveal a single bare tree like bronze arch.
High heel bathtubs, what could be better? Begone white ugly bathtub, you are a thing of the past. These artfully decorated tubs designed by the Italian company SICIS, are completely covered on the outside in shimmering mosaic glass tiles.
Fruit bowl designs have been reinterpreted in many designs throughout the years. Hanging baskets, the hanging banana hook, the standard fruit bowl with holes in it, and much more. But how about a rolling fruit bowl?
The Lomme bed design’s cozy appeal looks like a place where one could retire from a hard days work. Sometimes we all just need that space with just the right light, sounds and comfort to bring us back to a place of peace. Lomme means pocket in Norwegian, and although the bed looks like an abstract pocket taken from one of Woody Allen’s interpretations of the future, this modern design’s name stands for “Light Over Matter Mind Evolution”.
Is it a pencil case or a lamp? No need to choose it is both. Caroline Olsson’s Pencil Light offers both storage and illumination all in one. Made of birch wood and an assortment of metals, the designers incorporation of common desk components into one clean sleek unit encourages even the messiest writers to keep it tidy.