Decoration Ideas

Brdr. Kruger Launches Two New Danish Styles: TRIIIO + THEODOR

Brdr. Krüger has worked with Danish architect Hans Bølling to generate TRIIIO, a trio of tables, and with Danish style practice OeO Studio on THEODOR, a dining chair, both furniture pieces that celebrate classic Danish style. The designs stem from the need to reinterpret the Danish mid-century modern day movement with a spin for a contemporary audience. Read More

A House With A Huge, Undulating, Wave-Like Exterior

LA-primarily based architect Mario Romano made a residence in Venice, California, that is unlike any other. The Wave Residence spans 5,700 square feet with five bedrooms and four bathrooms featuring a series of organically made floors and walls that are just as visually intriguing as its undulating exterior. Romano’s art background is clearly displayed from the moment your eyes feast on the wave-like, white aluminum facade that mimics an ocean swell. Read More

Mirage: A Collection Of Architecturally-Inspired Handles And Knobs

We’ve featured the concrete wares of Material Immaterial studio, who up till now has designed a collection of earrings, cufflinks, and mini buildings that we nevertheless covet. Now, they’re launching a series of concrete elements, referred to as Mirage, that can be utilised as door handles and drawer knobs for these seeking for something a bit various than the massive box retailer choices. Read More

Pac-Man Ghosts X Carrara Marble = 80s Magic

If the sight of the Pac-Man ghosts doesn’t get your heart price going ever so slightly, then possibly the music will? It makes my pulse race and my hands get into arcade grip just pondering about it. While we can not all have the arcade game in our home, perhaps a sophisticated however cheeky nod to it will do? Designer Chicco Chiari bypassed plastic and any other material you’d associate something in the 80s with and went straight to Carrara marble when producing this collection of playful ghost lamps called Fantasmini. Read More

Style Milk Travels To… Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a city defined by diametric forces: land vs. water, preservation vs. progress, art vs. commerce, high vs. low culture. In amongst these opposing forces, the most populous city in the Netherlands finds itself enjoying a renaissance as an international art and style hub, bustling with activity…but never too hurriedly so. For Dutch citizens in Amsterdam embody a convivial spirit referred to as gezellig –  in essence the pursuit and appreciation of creating a pleasing atmosphere. And indeed, I swiftly discovered there is considerably to discover pleasing about this city’s canal-laden curves and corners requiring hardly any effort except walking out the hotel door. Read More