This blue, white & black pattern will give a beautiful touch to any wall. In this case, it makes the door look more important & inviting. The pattern looks like tiles & will be also beautiful as floor tiles. I love the visual illusion of connection that exists between the horizontal & vertical lines, also how the blue color seems to be water flowing & does not cut the connection illusion between the horizontal lines.
This beautiful dining room was created by Arent&Pyke. It's just beautiful how the large-scale artwork makes the room come together; it is a great focal point that gives a lot of life. I also like how the round shape of the chairs & hanging lamps play with the round shapes of the artwork. I also believe that those chairs are fantastic, the shape of the legs give a modern unreal touch to them.
This amazing landscape design project is the Room with a view project created by Elysian Landscapes design studio. The idea was to create a place where you can enjoy the magnificent view; the design is made of large Concrete Square creating a graphical composition leading to a living area with a built-in bench, some chairs & tables. I love the contrast created by the blue & red vase and cushions. This garden is a perfect place to enjoy & connect with nature.
This Japanese ceramic atelier/gallery was designed by Mount Fuji Architects Studio. The project had a small budget so the idea was to use less material and labor as possible. Creating a light and airy space was an essential requirement. So the x shape makes the most of the tubular space in terms of light and ventilation. The project is called XXXX house and is constructed so that it can be expanded when desired.
Stump table / stool / light was created by Australian designer Ducan Meerding. This design is natural & sustainable; it uses LED light & recovered materials. What makes Stump special is the fact that light comes from cracks, giving a unique atmosphere to any space. Ducan Meerding gets its inspiration from nature, so for him is very important to take care of it through the use of sustainable & recycled materials. With his designs, he wants to remind us our connection with nature & our responsibility to preserve it. One of the most surprising things is that the designer is legally blind so his designs come from the sensory world. This particular design brings a sense of nature to any space as if you brought the forest into your home.
This furniture is beautiful. It can be used as a nightstand or storage space in any room. I like how the different types of wood give texture & color to it. This table is playful & have nice round legs that contrast with the boxy design on top.
Now that I realize, I'm a little obsessed with patterns, so here's a superb design that mixes everything in such a great way that is simply unbelievable. This Indie bar has an amazing design, is called Rebeca Vasiliev & was created by Masif Design Affairs showing their incredible potential, excellent taste & design once again. I love every corner but my favorite, of course, is the dance floor pattern. I also love the feeling of the place; it is a good mix of kitsch, old, vintage, full of life and with unique personality.
This beautiful kitchen was designed by Kelli Kaufer. I think patterns are amazing, I love the tile walls & how patterns give texture to the kitchen. The pattern of the floor has a soft tone which gives color to the kitchen & blend perfectly with the wood, black & white space. I like how the bright yellow is used to define the small dining room & how the same black color is used in the ceiling and top cabinets to hide them.
This room for a baby girl looks amazing with bright colors creating a really special & playful design for the new family member. I love how the graphic design contrasts with the gray wall & how colorful butterflies give a delicate feminine touch to the wall. I also like how the design frames the crib, giving more importance to it.
Wine Republic in Melbourne Australia is a beer and wine store with a concept based on sustainability & lightness. The focal point is an artwork made of 800 green bottles called Wine Cloud made by a collaboration between Red Design Group, which is the studio in charge of the project & lighting designer Daniel Griffin. Artist Alex Hotchin created the facade & wall begins the counter. All materials & artists are locals, promoting local and sustainable design.
My name is Monica Mesa Reveron, I'm an interior designer in love with sustainable design & life. Welcome to my blog where I share my passion for interior design, photography, travel & life.