The days of “matching”, I am glad to say, are over. Rather than aim to match, aim to complement. Things don’t need to be cut from the same cloth to look good together. Enter: mixed dining chairs.
Lately, it seems a trend in interior design has been to challenge the idea of what belongs outside. Besides fiddle leaf trees, tipis, and slides, the indoor swings are one of the most fun ideas we’ve seen in interior design.
Trend setters Studiopepe have a new project out, commissioned by Elle Decor Italia. Giving us quintessential “decor codes” of the moment, the sets appeared at Verona’s Abitare 100% tradeshow last month. In case you missed it, be sure to check out our in depth chat with the Milanese masters here. left, Wild Inside Borghese Eclettico…
Monterrey design agency Manifesto Futura has created the identity for Taqueria Canalla, and it’s clear they have not overlooked a single detail.
In 1996, Paco Ramos, the owner of Mr Frank, began traveling the world in search of inspiration he could bring to Madrid. Seeking various types of interiors and tastes, Ramos traveled to Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Greece, the Caribbean Islands, South America, Chicago, New York, Atlanta (among other places).
Designed by Estudio P. Libano, this Barcelona penthouse is a serious source of envy.
Take a look at some exemplary contemporary British architecture and design, miniaturized for you and your kids’ enjoyment.
Native to Australia is the Common Galaxia fish, the inspiration for a new restaurant adjacent to the aquatic animal’s home on Melbourne’s Saltwater River.
The Skyhouse project, a 6,600-square-foot penthouse in lower Manhattan, might be the only apartment on the East Coast housing an 80 ft slide. Slide aside, the four year long, four floored project spearheaded by architect David Hotson and designer Ghislaine Viñas is a wondrous sight to behold.
This compact New Zealand beach house, along Coromandel Peninsula, offers practicality and durability without sacrificing attention to craftsmanship.
Continuing to shed light on the best in restaurant design for 2013, today we bring you the winner of the Bar category for the region of Asia, Cronus Bar and Lounge.
White floors, white walls, a white bed and white kitchen: all part of this oasis by Colombo and Serboli Architecture, nestled somewhere on the Iberian coast in Spain.
Check out this eyeful of eclectic-ness in this must-see residence in Tampa, Florida. It’s sort of white beach house meets elegant antique shop.
Swedish architects Guise present D&V, their retail store concept.
The bespoke interiors company deVOL Kitchens proves you can keep it simple when renovating the heart of the home and still end up with a perfectly cool result.
Coffeeklatch went inside the home of furniture designer Brecht Baert, who lives in Antwerp.
Commissioned by Turkish real estate developer NEF, Crystal Caves is a series of four new screening rooms located in Istanbul.
A rustic communal dining table commands the attention at this renovated farmhouse, located in Sydney.
Sometime last year, UK interiors brand Mineheart approached contemporary artist Chad Wys for a collaboration, producing a collection which has recently hit the market.
This gorgeous Melbourne pad is the home of Australian furniture retailer and design aficionado John Parker. He lived here for nearly 12 years and has originally purchased the warehouse as a shell which was
Helsinki native and interior/prop stylist Susanna Vento glorifies what you’d call the quintessential Scandinavian look.
T rendland recently had a conversation with Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto, the outstanding designers behind Studiopepe, about Italy, inspiration, and style.
For those of you who enjoy a touch of the old world but love contemporary design, Sicily’s Zash Country Boutique Hotel offers contrasting elements that will charm any traveler.
And the award for best restaurant in America goes to…Palm Springs’ Workshop Kitchen + Bar, designed by SOMA Architects.
I just found a perfect example of what Idyll actually is.
Many of you can probably relate to our obsession with statistics. There is an ongoing unspoken competition in our office to see who has got the viral touch, and we decided to materialize this obsession into a ‘Weekly Viral Report’ that includes the top post on Trendland.com, the most repined images from our Pinterest, and…
For an ultra chic storage solution, today we look to Swedish company Aspen, who offer sleek, modular lockers, cases, cabinets and more to tuck away all your clutter (in the most organized way of course!).
When online retailer Shopbop needed an office makeover, they reached out to SHoP. (Maybe we’re the only ones who find that coincidental and slightly humorous?) SHoP’s aim was to create an
Continuing our coverage of the 2013 Restaurant and Bar Design Awards, is this year’s winner in the category of lighting, Shanghai’s The Feast restaurant.
When it came to designing their dream home, Ruth & Richard Rogers opted for space.