Excellent Tips for Spring Inspired Bedrooms



Spring is a great time to refurbish your home. It brings with it lovely color schemes that range from tranquil shades to lively hues. While most people spruce up their living rooms in spring, they forget about the bedrooms. If you are decorating this year, don’t make the same mistake. Use vivid patterns, energetic motifs, and bursts of color to create the perfect spring bedroom.



Shibui: A New Line of Timeless Homewares

I’m really loving the homewares from newly formed houseware brand Shibui, a collaboration between designers Constantino Hoursoglou and Athanasios Babalis. Shibui is inspired by the Japanese philosophy of shibui, referring to a simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty.


These Murphy Beds Are Like Bedrooms On Wheels

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When artists and curators come to visit the Museion, a contemporary art museum in Northern Italy, they don’t stay in a Marriott. No, those lucky souls get to stay in a residence named theAtelierhouse, designed by Italian designer Harry Thaler.

The Atelierhouse is a minimal sort of concrete space: grey slab floors; whitewashed walls (one of all windows); simple, vaguely Scandinavian-looking blonde wood furniture. But what we really like are the beds. Instead of splitting the room up into multiple sections, the sleeping furniture are modified Murphy beds–beds that fold down from the wall (or from within their own containers).


Get your home ready for spring with these easy decorating tips


March is finally here, and you know what that means. Soon it will be spring and we can all finally put this long and frigid winter behind us! As the temperatures start to warm up, and you start to put away your sweaters and thick coats, take some time to refresh your home as well. With these four simple decorating tricks, you can get your home ready for spring and warmer weather.

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Cantilevered sofas by Paulo Kobylka fit together like stacked concrete slabs

Brazilian architect Paulo Kobylka has designed sofas with cantilevered cushions that look like long concrete slabs stacked on top of one another.

Paulo Kobylka created two sofa, PK1 and PK2, which have offset cushions and bases respectively that slot together to form an L-shaped design.

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