By Jessica • 48 mins ago
This stunning loft is located on Burgårdsgatan, in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Originally built in 1914, the apartment covers an area of 635 square feet.
It is currently for sale for around $ 557,000.
There are hundreds if not thousands of parameters shaping our design, parameters that from the first glance can describe the personality of the owner inhabiting the design line. Our existence gravitates around an unique inner factor. Our relationships and our unique qualities, perspective, interpretation and dreams are influence by thousands, millions of parameters and yet all are subdued to that inner factor: our personality.
All the different chairs I have considered as my new Dining Chairs
Enjoy some eye candy via some beautiful spaces impeccably captured by San Francisco photographer Ed Ritger. Items to note: the chairs above – cool idea to paint just the part above table level, and the nooses for bathtub toiletries is pretty damn creative.
Designer Jordi Lopez from Aguilo Kutarq studio shared the Gradient Bookshelf with us, an original shelving unit fit for minimalist contemporary spaces with a bohemian twist. It is interesting how this simple furniture piece communicates with its environment, adding an intriguing ethereal feel. The displayed ombre effects reminds us a bit of a project we featured on Freshome a while back, entitled Plissee Sideboard and envisioned by Anne Boenisch.
It’s time for a trip down memory lane! I mentioned earlier this week that I’ll be sharing some of the rooms in our home over the years over the next few weeks. I LOVE before and after pics and I love looking back at this space because I think it’s one of the biggest transformations I’ve ever completed in this house.
This room was decorated and painted before I ever started blogging, like all the other rooms in our house. I painted it a good eight years ago I think? Let’s just say my style was…different. I actually quite liked this room for a long while – I loved how cozy it felt. But the color always bugged me, I just couldn’t get it right.
Old barns everywhere need re-imagining in the 21st century. What are some possibilities?
An Old Barn Re-imagined As A New Home
With plenty of loft space, one-of-a-kind structures and interesting post and beam construction, endless barns have been converted into an impressive array of homes. A barn’s distinctive open space offers an invigorating alternative to present day designs. Rather than beginning with a vacant lot, a project converting an old barn into livable space instantly build on the structure’s historic aura. Contemporary materials fill out the past form. Treating old architectural forms as modules, many owners who have turned barns into homes add a second or third structure such as a rustic log cabin to their property to expand the idea. Barns also come with land offering viable opportunities for homeowners to add both lush gardens and small scale farming to their home life. Re-imagining a barn as a home presents the perfect chance to construct a circle of self-sustained living.
History used to bore me. It didn’t seem relevant to my life. And then in my teens I stumbled across a documentary about Mid-century Modern and minimalist furniture, and I saw history come alive before me.
By Jessica • 22 mins ago
This mid-century modern residence is located in Santa Barbara, California, USA.
Originally built in the 1950′s, it was re-designed by AB design studio in 2006.