Mirrored Furniture – mirror covered furniture

Mirror, mirror on the wall, the Porada collection of modern mirrored furniture is the fairest of them all! This trendy mirror covered furniture is on the cutting edge of cool, adding that essential glam factor to any room. The Empire cupboard with mirror frame and doors lets you store your knick-knacks in style. The doors boast a touch-and-latch system, so there’s no unsightly hardware to spoil their sleek look. Complement the clean, contemporary design with the Libra mirrored wall-handing bookcases. Alone or as a set, these striking bookcases hide away your fave reading materials behind their chic mirror doors. And while you’re on a roll, accessorize in style with the Megalux oversized floor mirrors. Featuring a mirrored frame, these large-scale mirrors double your decorating fun. Continue Reading

Unusual Bookcase by h2o Architectes

Unusual bookcase designs become both storage solutions and partitions in this space designed by French h20 Architectes. They came with a unique idea to increase usability of this small 60 sq.m apartment. Before renovation, the unit was extremely tight, with a 5 sq.meter area allotted for the entrance. The existing walls bore various widths and thickness. As a solution, the bookcase designs that were built are diverse in dimensions to accommodate the various possessions of the client and are cleverly positioned to separate living spaces. Predominantly white, the apartment is made alive with dollops of orange, green, gray, and black. Continue Reading

Computer Desk hides wires in its legs

This computer desk is molded form a glass-reinforced plastic with hollow legs, to drive computer wires through. Each leg ends with a hole on the desk surface, letting wires down through the leg and out at the bottom.

Called aTable, it was presented at Blickfang in Stuttgart by Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design graduate Beatus Kopp. Via Dezeen. Continue Reading

The Globus computer workstation on wheels

The Globus computer workstation on wheels was designed by Michiel van der Kley for Artifort. This workstation blends technology and aesthetics to achieve the design that is a captivating interior object and is in par with the digital age. Globus boasts a built-in mini-PC and SiteKiosk, making the internet instantly available for any user. The outside finish is white lacquer, with black inner upholstery that matches the work surface. Simply a sphere when closed, to use the workstation, it has to be opened in order to separate the seat and the worktop with computer. Continue Reading