Who would not want to have a bar at home?? I know I would with proper space to make all the yummy cocktails that I love to concoct time and again. But then space is a great constraint for most of us living in urban spaces, isn’t it? Well there has to be a solution right ??? It is of course the ever useful drinks trolley which acts as the flexible, movable bar. And there are some really stylish ones out there and your imagination literally is the limit. The few I love are listed below for you to enjoy.
So I have been thinking a lot about dark and moody interiors as against all white Scandinavian style interior design. Dark is bold and does not necessarily have to be confining or overwhelming either. In many cases it does work very well. Take a look at ten spaces where dark, moody and sophisticated just all falls into place perfectly.
Did you enjoy this post? I would love to hear what you think about dark and moody interiors. Would it work for you? Would you tire of it too soon? Do share your views.
According to designer Hiroomi Tahara, the Relation collection is ‘a sinuous, light and asymmetric shape defines this collection of seats, which includes armchairs, sofas and seats, coffee tables with coloured red and blue tops, dining tables and a sofa for outdoor use in woven synthetic wicker, the legs of which have an innovative structure.
Indonesia, Jakarta based Studiohiji created a lovely collection of furniture using rattan, which they have sourced responsibly and locally to create pieces with a modern outlook. Indonesia is the largest producer of natural rattan in the world. A few chairs from their collection entitled Net.
There is something about black and white checkerboard flooring which gets me very excited. It is stylish, makes a statement and never goes out of style. It looks great in an entrance hallway or can be used in a large dining area instead of a rug. The possibilities are actually quite endless. In a powder room, it would look really sleek and sophisticated. Let’s take a look at ten really stylish spaces using checkerboard flooring.
I am a firm believer in the fact that you don’t need a huge budget to give your home a facelift. At most times all it takes is a coat of paint and this need not be walls, it could be your doors and window frames too. The other really quick and easy way to give your space an upgrade is to change a few accessories. Cushions are my all time favorite but adding a snazzy lamp shade in your living space or a new table lamp in the bedroom is as effective. Ten of my current favorites are: