20 modern contemporary computer desks
Modern desks are really useful and also aesthetically beautiful: they can make a room good looking because they are often precious design pieces. Obviously pen writing has become an increasingly less frequent activity, but a desk devoted to the computer is, or should be, present in every home.
20 modern designers fireplaces
The fireplace is very good looking in every modern home. The modern fireplaces are used not only for the great look and feel of cozyness in home. But they acctualy can be used for heating the entire home. There is big variaty of fireplace designes nowdays. They vary from size and shape. Some of them are with open fire but other are behind fireproof glass.
20 Modern and Contemporary Kitchens
Even at the stage of thinking and planning of the interior of your kitchen it is necessary to know that everything in it must correspond to your and your only taste. Agree that modern kitchen - this is comfort. For this purpose very helpful are the appliances, and stands with rotating shelves and hanging racks for your favorite spices, and furniture on wheels and other.
20 Modern and Contemporary Carpets for Home
This is one of our articles with 20 samples of interior ideas. This time we will show you various types and styles carpets and rugs that will be perfect for your contemporary and modernistic apartment.
20 Modern and Contemporary Living Rooms
Here we decide to present to you 20 modern and contemporary interior designers for your living room. The living room is one of the most important rooms in our homes as we spend most of the time in it we read we watch TV meet guests and sometimes sleep in it. That’s why it is very important how our living room is designed and decorated.
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
Another legendary supercar is reborn. In 1930 the classic BMW 328 is constructed and released to the market. That car created from the big auto brand BMW is still popular and remembered from many people. Now BMW Company brings out her successor. They revealed the MBW 328 Hommage Concept car. This concept car BMW 328 Hommage is captured our attention with its outstanding design.
The car is two seated cabriolet and interesting from construction side is that the car has no doors at all. BMW 328 Hommage is with straight six-cylinder engine with capacity of three liters. The power of this engine is still not reviled and will be kept possibly until the release date of this modern designed car. In both the exterior and interior use a lot of reinforced carbon-fiber plastic. This makes the car lighter and faster. Despite the big wide body and big engine the total weight of the concept BMW 318 Hommage car is around 780 kilograms. This is achieved with the use of carbon, the type of the car - cabriolet and that there are no doors.
The front of the car has distinguishing marks for the Bavarian company BMW the famous to everybody kidney shaped front grill that in this particular design are stretched up. At the back we have double exhaust system with very slick designed taillights of the BMW 328 Hommage. We are noxious to see the final product and see it on the road where this car belongs.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
This is one very interesting modular light, it's simple in design and very functional and an intriguing way for lightening. The designer behind it is Robert Hoffman also knows with is artistic name Robhoff. Robhoff is born in 1979 in Berlin, Germany. From 2006 he is on free practice creating this marvelous design and this particular modular light.
The body of the modular light is created from aluminum and steel. The form of the light is cubic. The back of the cube is static, but all other sides of the modular light can be moved tilted or rotated so the light will change its direction. With this lamp you can really create a small light show in your room and what's more you can change the way it looks.
Inside the cube is the light source and with every move of the sides the light escapes from the cracks and open spaces and create every time new light texture to the surrounding. If you close all the sides you get a little glow in the shape of the modular light and if you want you can focus the light at a certain spot, by tilting and moving its sides.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
This little and really modern looking table is the Join Table. Join Table is created by Ding3000. This is not the first design of Ding3000 inspired by the ancient Japanese game. They also created the JOIN that is feeding set composed form knife fork and spoon fitted at the same position as Join table legs.
The idea behind this design is that you can assemble and disable the JOIN Table very easy and with no tolls necessary at all. The bottom of the table is constructed form three rectangular parts rounded at their ends. They are merged in one piece using the technique of 'devils knot'. When combined on top of them is placed the oval glass and the table is ready. The legs of the table are made from untreated oak wood and the top is stained and smoked glass.
The approximate size of the Join Table is 750 mm width, 400 mm height and the glass is with 750 mm diameter. The table is with very fresh design and will be good looking if used for table or even only for decoration at any room.
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
First part of this article can be found at: Colors in interior part I
Secound part of this article can be found at: Colors in interior part II
Sunday, May 22, 2011
Friday, May 20, 2011
The Japanese culture is very boundless and in the same time very interesting and drawing attention. The Japanese interior is widely spared all over the world and can be used in every home or room. The details of the interior are highly bounded to the Japanese way of life. Distinguishing feature of Japanese style is the feeling of space in the rooms. This specific feature is influenced by lifestyle in the Land of the Rising Sun, where a relatively small area has many inhabitants. To counteract the crowded atmosphere in the cities, the Japanese are seeking to create more spacious rooms, harmony and order in their homes. To transfer the charm of the East in your home, stick to absolute minimalism especially in details and furniture. Furniture and accessories in the room should be minimized, and their shapes have to be clean and maximum compact. The Japanese use many tricks to increase the space in their homes. The bedrooms, cabinet’s tables are very low, practically inches from the floor. Most often furniture and accessories are resolved in bright colors as this visually increases the volume of spaces. Everywhere into Japanese interior are used sliding doors - both between rooms and in wardrobes.
This is one of the lineament in the design of the Japanese interior. Much attention is paid in the interior to the textile. For the Japanese people relationship with nature is essential, therefore we must be using natural materials - cotton, linen and silk. Besides fabrics, cushions carpets, do not forget another important component of Japanese interior design - blinds from fabric. Bet on the combination of two maximum of three contrasting colors. The most commonly used colors in Japanese interior are black and white, with small details of red. Of course, we can meet different variations of shades, but always within the natural range - for example, cream beige to bright colors, brown and black for darker colors. Do not overlook the decoration. Choose one item from home to decorate as traditional Japanese motif. It shall contrast with exquisitely simple clean lines of the whole interior. This can be a blanket for a bed, why not hand-painted fresco on the wall also.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The main idea behind the designers was to make something looking extraordinary and in the same time multifunctional. The name of the furniture is not accidentally chosen, the Forum is accurately selected as name to represent the purpose of the furniture. The Origami Forum is intended to be meeting place for people. There they can talk, sit, or even lay down to relax. The furniture can be used by only one man or from a group of people.
The chair (or seating furniture as some call the Origami Forum) is made from modular elements. Each piece is "sewn" to the others making the furniture look even more modernistic and eye-catching. One of the advantages of this construction is that it can be easily transported, and we can even change the form of the seating chair by our demands and needs. The material is strong so the Origami Forum can be used indoor and outdoor. This is perfect furniture for public places with the ability to attract people.
Sunday, May 15, 2011
- Hanging lamps provide good general lighting, but have the disadvantage to throwing shadows and therefore not suitable for activities such as reading or sewing. The amount of emitted light depends on the shade used and the height of suspension.
- Table lamps illuminate brightly certain areas that need to be well lit, according to the type of shade they can throw light up, down or sideways.
- Standard lamps provide general or directional lighting, as some have lighting ensemble which can be used to highlight certain areas or objects.
- Wall lamps are used to throwing light on the ceiling or floor.
- Fluorescent lamps require a special power supply, which is bulky and difficult to disguise, but they are more durable and therefore more expensive than ordinary. Moreover, there are very small, miniature models, which can easily be hidden.
- Lighting fixtures type moon are good examples of the dual role that light might play, since they have generally lightening functionalities but can also to be used to create certain atmosphere. There are models made for normal bulbs, others - for large bulbs with built-in reflectors, and others - for halogen bulbs, which have very small light beam and are used only for decoration.
- Movable spotlights take less space in the ceiling rather than built ones, and if they are used to illuminate the plants and bottom-up angles, could create a strong decorative effect.