Kosovo Cafe Inspired by a Sack filled with Coffee beans
The organic shapes of the Don Cafe House in Pristina, Kosovo are gorgeous. The design team at Innarch wanted to build a space that would mimic the shapes of a sack filled with coffee grains. It’s amazing to see how the color palette, chandeliers, furniture and wall design all come together to stay true to the original inspiration and offer a unique experience for coffee lovers
If you’re looking for a simple yet stylish way to organize your clothes and decorate at the same time, open clothing racks are a great option. They give a boutique feel to any room and offer a way to showcase the most unique pieces in your wardrobe.
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No Frame, No Problem!
I’ve been really obsessed with washi tape wall art ideas lately! Framing a print or photograph with washi tape in place of a traditional frame gives a great modern, minimal look and better yet, it’s quick and cheap!
Have you tried out this look in your own home? Feel free to share your ideas with us on our Facebook page!
This is one of the coolest home tours I’ve come across in a while. I love the all white kitchen and the black bistro style dining chairs. Although the wood wallpaper in the kitchen warms up the room, I don’t think I would have gone for wallpaper in the kitchen for practical purposes—-well I guess I’d personally be able to since I don’t cook very often ;)
The sparse placing of the furniture gives the apartment a great loft feel and I now want to look for one of those free standing clothing racks for my own bedroom!
Neutrals and pastels seem to be really big this summer and I’m so happy because I adore this color combination. Especially peach or blush paired with silver or gold. I love how understated and fresh it looks.
The two pairs of earrings featured are by Doble Ele and we don’t have many more so get’em while they’re hot ;)
The Confetti Heart print is by Amanda Catherine
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Here’s a sneak-peek of my recent bedroom design project. I finally got the chance to use this beautiful birch tree wallpaper I bought at Empire (located on Avenue du Parc—great wallpaper selection by the way!) The wallpaper is framed behind the bed and a vintage chest is used in place of a traditional nightstand. I’ll post more photos once all the furniture is in the room ;) We sell the chevron pillow featured here along with similar vintage chests.
NUD Collection is a Swedish company that manufactures these affordable hanging pendant lights. I saw these featured on the wonderful Lake Jane blog. I love how you can interchange the colorful cords and they give a great urban, industrial vibe. I can picture these lined up above a kitchen counter or hung above nightstands on either side of a bed. Will definitely be getting my hands on a few of these! Have a great weekend guys!