Patio Tables with Sunshade

This totally unique patio table by Extremis puts an innovative twist on tradition in interior design. The Hopper table by designer Dirk Wynants was inspired by farmers, hoppers, long days in the fields and the communal celebrations that followed the harvest, at long rows of tables much like this. This modern variation features an industrial galvanized or powder-coated steel frame and exposed bolts, with a natural Iroko wood tabletop and benches. And we appreciate the version with the backrest rail! Also available with an integrated sunshade, this table is a great choice in open patio spaces where shade is scarce. The Hopper table is the recipient of the 2011 Interior Innovation Award and the coveted 2011 Red Dot “Best of the Best” Award. Continue Reading

Oriental Style Sofas Jalis

Designers Mark Jehs and Jurgen Laub put their heads together and came up with this cool, smart sofa design – the Jalis soft sofas by COR. “Jalis,” taken from Arabic, translates to “relaxed communication,” and a more fitting name there could not be. These Oriental style sofas were made for any interior and any situation, from casual lounging to formal entertaining. Designed to encourage social interaction, this soft sofa can be combined for a variety of layouts suited to any-sized space. The fine fabric provides support and style, and when the light hits it in a certain way you’ll appreciate a pattern of three-dimensional fine embroidery. The deep seats, cushy backrests and copious cushions deliver comfort and a contemporary signature interior style that transforms any room into a social hotspot.

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Doily Rug Crafting

This Doily Rug Crafting a Meaningful Home by Ladies & Gentleman Studio in Seattle. Inspired by doilies, and using rope instead of yarn, designer Jean Lee shares how to crochet it yourself.

Jean’s obsession with vintage doilies grew to epic proportions when she created these full size area rugs using cotton rope. Inspired? Make your own with the book instructions or buy an already-made one.

We have a soft spot in our hearts for doilies, so imagine the pitter-pat when we saw these giant doily rugs! Soft on the feet, easy on the eye, they would make a pigsty seem elegant. They’re perfect for anyone who needs to live large.

This crafting can put to your home interior and inspiring interior idea.

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Energy hidden in flower colors

Depending on what mood you want to achieve, select one of the floral arrangements:

Inspiration and motivation – Combine flowers of red, orange and fuchsia color. Red flower, which should dominate the arrangements, to motivate, give courage and strength. Orange and fuchsia boost enthusiasm. It is best to put a bouquet in a silver metal vase and place it in the mirror because the mirror reinforces the positive energy of flowers. Bouquet hold in the study.
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All About Animal Motifs and Prints

This season we’re seeing leading magazine editors and interior designers all talking about the growing popularity of animal motifs and animal prints.  Whether it’s fashion accessories or home furnishings, you can’t go wrong with animal prints this coming spring.  When it comes to interior accessories, animal print designs sit equally well in country homes and modern flats.

But it’ not just about homeware, wearing animal motifs and printed fabrics is a huge trend at the moment. We recommend these gorgeous printed silk scarves by up and coming textile designer Craig Fellows.
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Things you need to look at when getting a Mailbox for your home

We may think that mailboxes are obsolete these days but they are actually not. Mailbox transactions may have slowed due to electronic mail but there has nothing yet that has made mailbox a thing from the past. Mailboxes are still seen in the curbs of houses or on the walls or recessed in a post. If you are who would like to have a new mailbox, you may want to read on to be familiar with the things that you need to look at when you are getting a mailbox for your home.
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