Chilton's Modern Shaker Bed
Chilton's Modern Shaker Bed
Chilton Furniture Co.
Our Modern Shaker Bed is distinctly modern, as the name suggests, yet unmistakably warm. Characterized by clean lines, the bed is in perfect union with the strength and beauty of natural woods. Designed with a low profile and a shaker tape headboard, this bed is truly unique. Our Modern Shaker Bed is a platform bed and does not require a boxspring. Available in rift-sawn oak, walnut and cherry. An original Chilton design, made in Maine.
plywood apartment
plywood apartment
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Walthamstow Village Home Office
Walthamstow Village Home Office
Studio Fabbri
Interior design of home office for clients in Walthamstow village. The interior scheme re-uses left over building materials where possible. The old floor boards were repurposed to create wall cladding and a system to hang the shelving and desk from. Sustainability where possible is key to the design. We chose to use cork flooring for it environmental and acoustic properties and kept the existing window to minimise unnecessary waste.
House of Fraser - Gray & Willow Living Room
House of Fraser - Gray & Willow Living Room
House of Fraser
Embrace the simple textures of natural materials with beautiful, understated pieces that have a tactile and organic appeal.
Dolores St | Interior Design
Dolores St | Interior Design
Erin Roberts Design
Interior Design & Styling Erin Roberts Photography Huyen Do
SoMA, San Francisco
SoMA, San Francisco
Mayi & Company L.L.C.
Designed for Sonder ( https://www.sonder.com) Photography by Vivian Johnson
Berlin - Private Studio Apartment – Weiße, klassische Küche
Berlin - Private Studio Apartment – Weiße, klassische Küche
Kathy Kunz Interiors
Zoë Noble Photography A labour of love that took over a year to complete, the evolution of this space represents my personal style whilst respecting rental restrictions. With an emphasis on the significance of individual objects and some minimalist restraint, the multifunctional living space utilises a high/low mix of furnishings. The kitchen features Ikea cupboards and custom shelving. A farmhouse sink, oak worktop and vintage milk pails are a gentle nod towards my country roots.
Scandinavian design started in the 1950s in the Nordic countries of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. The style has now become trendy worldwide, especially with the rise of several well-recognized Scandinavian furniture companies like Ikea and Marimekko. Scandinavian designs are known for three main characteristics: simple, affordable and functional. Minimalism is a key component of the style — furniture takes center stage and accessories are rare and carefully selected. Scandinavian decor is all about light colors, white walls, clean lines and natural materials, such as wood, granite, leather and concrete. Nordic countries experience dark and cold winters, so fireplaces, cozy textures and well-placed lighting remains top priority.