Friday, April 30, 2010
How much function can you possibly pack (comfortably) into a tiny room? These incredible furniture sets, including this instant loft with a bed, desk, storage space and closet, fit an astonishing amount of utility into the smallest of spaces. In terms of aesthetics and materials, these designs are best for children and teens, but the concept could easily be applied to adult rooms as well.
Thursday, April 29, 2010
What appears at first to be a simple, if futuristic-looking, pedestal table and dining chair set actually contains a cleverly disguised collection of gadgets that provide practically any function you could imagine wanting at your dining table. The top digitally displays dining options and serves as a computer monitor as well, so diners can browse the internet while waiting for their meals. The inside also stores food, household appliances and even compartments that clean dishes when you’re done eating.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
This wheel is a new way to store shoes, especially if you have a whole collection of shoes, and the closet space is to little, or to messy. With this wheel you can store up to 30 pairs of shoes. Just roate the wheel, insert a pair of shoes into a pocket through the elastic bands, which serve to secure the shoes in place.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Imagine the space that could be saved in a bathroom if every fixture – from the shower to the toilet – was hidden behind a wall. This modular bathroom design features pull-out fixtures that can easily be tucked away when they’re not needed.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Homes with open floor plans are bright and versatile, but what about privacy when it comes time to turn out the lights? This lofted mini-bedroom idea sections off a little bit of space, putting a bed on an elevated platform and leaving plenty of storage space underneath it.
Sunday, April 25, 2010
What kid doesn’t love a treehouse, especially one you can sleep in? This loft bedroom design for kids not only expands the usable space in the room, making use of an upper corner that would normally be empty, but it’s incredibly fun, too.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
At first glance, this bathroom appears to be incredibly simple – a ceiling-mounted showerhead and a slatted wooden floor in a large, empty room. But there’s much more to this elegant, minimalist space than meets the eye. The floor opens up to reveal what lies literally just beneath the surface – a set of benches on either side of a luxurious tub.
Friday, April 23, 2010
It’s the ‘disappearing room’: a clever fold-up luxury kitchen that contains all of the essential elements for cooking and dining, hidden behind matte wood and metal doors in the wall. This design by Giorgio Armani manages to fit a standard dishwasher, refrigerator, gas stove, steam oven, standard oven, food warming drawer and even a miniature wine cellar into a room that looks entirely bare when packed up.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Not everyone needs a vast, open kitchen space populated with the latest and greatest in oversized commercial appliances. Particularly in small homes and apartments, compact all-in-one kitchen sets can contain everything the occasional cook needs for everyday meals: prep space, a cook surface, seating, and storage.
Commenting on his polished aluminum and steel Skeleton Chair, designer Michael Aram states “The shape of the human body is a great source of inspiration. Stripped of its skin, it becomes an arresting and unexpected natural form.” Sure Mikey, but this arresting and unexpected chair is the last thing most people would look to when they need to take a load off their feet. If “adding drama to your living space” is your thing, however, prepare to bone up $650 for the privilege.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
The blood table is more than just a gruesome experiment in animated gore – it is a gravity-defying work of artwork. Shifted to another color and the core design would be equally compelling. The blood theme simply adds a layer of intrigue to an already marvelous table design idea.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Complete your contemporary living concept trough this classic table design adjoining with the drawer. Use the concept of functional and save saving, we can use this drawer up to our pleasure. Use the wood material furniture, the contemporary design was perfectly combine with the simple concept. Another benefit thing that we can get from this product was the product represent as the wood portable drawer design. Built in two adjoining side of the drawer, we can apply this product for our storage or our table side in our bedroom or living room. Since the main material was wood, we can use this sculptural product in our kitchen room also. Then small and functional product was very saving space, especially for the small living concept. So, don’t be hesitating to use this space saving drawer contractions for our house design. Here, we can separate our stuff based on the necessary or level. The drawer can be open until 180 degree round space.
Well OK, bar ONE… the Canali modular faucet that doubles as a towel bar, thus killing two birds with one stone. It’s also the perfect place to wash up after you’ve been out killing birds with stones, since your towels will be nice and warm from running the hot water for a while.
Monday, April 19, 2010
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Imagined by Japanese design studio “OPA Workshop“, the collection Furniture “Kenchikukagu series” consists of a mobile office, a bed and a kitchen. But that’s not all, infact these are special furniture to hold in small space! Simple small box with wheels ready to be opened when you need it!
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Store your rifles and hand guns under your bed, it is a good idea? The BedBunker provides protection for firearms(up to 32 rifles or 70 hand guns), features fireproof up to 1533 degrees based on their testing, with high-security Mul-T-Locks, and is designed to replace the box spring under twin, queen, or king size mattresses and are compatible with most standard bed frames. The BedBunker is $2,200 for the twin sized, and $4,000 for the king sized double safe.
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Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Lotus Leaf or Oyster Mushroom? The Bloom Lounge Contemporary Sofa is finished of microfiber stitched over a resin top with a steel base. Motivated by the charming blossom of delicate flower petals, this lounge Contemporary sofa is made by hundreds of fine running stitches glowing from the center of the seat exhibiting a understated textural look. Undetectable supports form shapes evocative of soft and graceful musical tones.