May 15th, 2013 — Designer Stuff
If there was ever a piece of furniture that could get you in the mood for summer fun, it would be Juicy. Usually it’s a tropical smell or drink or food or piece of clothing, but today it’s Juicy.
Designed by Angelo Tomaiuolo Design, the product description states that “JUICY is a comfortable stackable colourful chair inspired by the freshly squeezing of fruit juice. It’s conceived in a great range of colours and finishing versions, gloss bicoloured recyclable polycarbonate, transparent coloured and mat, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.”
The model with the white exterior and orange interior reminds me of a creamsicle. I can just see myself lounging in one of these bright modern chairs by the pool sipping on a tropical and fruity drink of the same color scheme.
Can’t you see it? What do you think of these awesome chairs?
July 24th, 2012 — Furniture, Furniture products
Antique Brown Leather or Wrangler Fabric Modern Barstool
You will not find a barstool with a beautiful leather seat and a great color, but the Tudor Stationary Barstool has made it possible for you to bring the slenderness of leather right into your home. Starting from the color of the barstool to the lining with metal studs, all make this barstool a gorgeous piece of furniture. Luxurious is found in every aspect of this barstool, and the antique brown shade enhances the grandeur of this barstool, which will look amazing in any corner of your home. You can even place this one in front of your dressing table and feel yourself special.
- Contemporary Tudor Barstool
- Available in Antique Brown Leather and Wrangler fabric
- Stursy Construction
This Item Usually Ships from 3 to 5 Weeks
- 15″W x 20″D x 26″H
- 15″W x 20″D x 30″H
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Antique Brown Leather or Wrangler Fabric Modern Tudor Barstool
July 1st, 2012 — Design
The Istanbul-based studio Zift Design makes a creative collection of products all with their own fresh perspective. The innovative line stands out from the rest with its modern and artistic take on your standard, everyday pieces like tables and shelves. Founded in 2006, this company also does interior design on top of their wide range of product ideas. You might remember that we featured Zift Design before but take a look at some of their newer pieces we thought were worthy of showing: Renk (first image also) is their newest piece of furniture that was designed specifically for an exhibition.
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Artistic Furnishings from Zift Design
August 15th, 2011 — Furniture, Uncategorized
Materials: Rast, wood, white paint Description: I needed a lot of drawers and the Ikea Rast was the only piece of furniture I could find with the right depth to fit my wall. Then I simply assembled 4 Ikea Rast all together. Placed 2 normally and 2 bottom-up. (reversing it is the hardest part of all, you have to make new holes to put the drawers’ guides…) Put real wood on the back and in the drawers to make them less “cheap”. Painted all in white.
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Rast 4 x 4
March 6th, 2011 — Design
Meirav Barzilay has created Papela , a lamp made from Tyvek that comes delivered as a crumpled piece of paper. You can uncrumple and re-crumple it as you like. It has minimal stitching and is hand-sewn. Share This: Twitter | Facebook | Discover more great design by following Design Milk on Twitter and Facebook . © 2011 Design Milk | Posted by Jaime in Home Furnishings | Permalink | No comments
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Papela Lamp by Meirav Barzilay
February 17th, 2011 — Design, Furniture, Uncategorized
Materials: F18 PU, Silicone Rubber Description: The Ikea Lack table is a symbol of mass production. It is cheap, efficient and easy to transport. Because of the success of the table it has become unpersonal. Masha Willemsen and Wil van Twuijver re-designed this symbol.
December 20th, 2010 — Design
Industrial designer Melissa Rivera graduated from RISD and opened a small design studio in Hawaii called Unleash Studio . She believes that art should be functional and beautiful. This curious piece of art is part of the “Linea Collection: Art becomes furniture.” The three lines are made of plexiglass and represent three painted lines, which function as shelves
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Lineweight by Unleash Studio
October 29th, 2010 — Design
Misha Kahn recently presented us with her unique deer-shaped cabinet and now she has another very curious piece called Nest. According to Misha, Nest is “a recent exploration of combining a variety of mid-century appropriations with a giant nest, proposing a more contemporary object that welcomes endless acquirement.”
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Nest by Misha Kahn
July 20th, 2010 — Designer Stuff
Its certainly nothing to be ashamed of thanks to this great new design. The Night Light Table is a collaboration between designers Richard Bannister and Charlie Crowther-Smith. Both a functional piece of furniture and the perfect nightlight, this table emits an ambient glow – just the perfect amount for nighttime. It is available in several finishes and in a rainbow of colors.
July 11th, 2010 — Furniture, Modern Furniture
Materials: Ikea Malm Bedframe, plywood, batting, fabric, staple gun, L brackets, screws
Description: I owned the Ikea Malm bedframe and wanted to add height to my headboard. With a quick trip to a local hardware and fabric store, I came home with plywood, L- brackets, screws, a staple gun, batting, and fabric. In a couple hours I completely transformed my bed from blah to BAM!
I first added 18″ in height to the headboard by attaching a piece of plywood that matched the width of the Ikea frame. I did this with (3) L-brackets each requiring (2) screws and a scrap piece of plywood using (8) screws.
I next wrapped the plywood and then the entire “new” headboard in a couple sheets of batting stapling it across the back on the sides and top.
The last step was wrapping my heightened headboard in the linen fabric I chose stapling it again on the back across the top and sides.
It really was a piece of cake and I love the visual impact my headboard now has in the room!
~ Meghan Posner