Published at Monday, September 04th 2017. by Nadezhda Genrich in Interior.
Dining chairs come in all manner of shapes and sizes, styles and shades. New chair designs, from a multitude of brands, appear on a regular basis: the choice is literally overwhelming. If you‚re in the market for new chairs, this writer‚s advice is to think long-term: invest in designs that will last for many years; buy chairs that you will cherish and care for. In the Theodor dining chair by OEO Studio for Brdr. Krüger, Danish modern meets modern-day design. Classic woodturning techniques combine with high-tech manufacturing to create a bold and beautiful seat. Brdr. Krüger is a Danish family-owned company founded in 1886 by brothers Theodor and Ferdinand Krüger: hence the name of the Theodor dining chair. And Theodor‚s sibling is the Ferdinand lounge chair, also designed by OEO Studio.
Minimalist look feels peaceful and uncluttered, ideal for people who yearn for serenity within their living space. A low glass coffee table is ideal for a simplistic living room. Glass catches so much daylight, but if there is silver in the mix as well, you‚ve got the best combo! This coffee table has the potential to be the most luminous element in the entire room! As you well know, the geometric shapes are becoming a must-have item in contemporary living spaces. A great way to bring them into your room is to find a striking centerpiece that draws all the attention to itself! A geometric glass coffee table will surely pass this criteria and add a lot of dynamic and transparency to the room!
The Spine dining chair was originally designed by Space Copenhagen for a high-end restaurant. Spine fuses Fredericia‚s traditional craftsmanship with Space Copenhagen‚s strong visual aesthetic. The chair‚s distinctive ‚spine‚ anchors the seat, and its overall form is both familiar and original. Pato is a multifunctional chair, available with a myriad of bases and finishes. Created by Danish-Icelandic design duo Welling / Ludvik, the Pato chair, when combined with a solid wood base, is ideal for dining. The seat is crafted in eco-friendly polypropylene—available in plain and upholstered versions—lending the Pato chair a clean, organic form.
The bedroom workspace is even more useful in the tween and teen bedrooms where the study zone and future workspace can come together effortlessly. Allowing the kids‚ room to transition into the teen room a smart workstation can make a big difference to the overall ambiance. Add a few smart cabinets and a couple of floating shelves and the previously dull corner now becomes a center of activity. Most modern work desks are heavily influenced by the simplicity and innate frugality of Scandinavian design. Nordic influences play a major role in shaping some of the best home office desks of 2017 and that include stunning delights from La Forma, ARTISAN and Coreone that you see below. Each of these desks has a subtle style of its own even while blending modernity with Scandinavian panache.
If you want a side table to multitask, then buying one with wheels can help you in more ways than one. This stylish side table / cart can be used in pretty much any room of your home and moving it around would be an absolute breeze. Serving as a side table next to the couch when needed or acting as additional desk space in the home office, the small side table on wheels can fit into even the tiniest of corners. If you want to take things a step further, then we suggest trying a bed on wheels with modern industrial style or even a kitchen island that can be moved around when needed.
Bringing work into your bedroom is not a bad idea anymore! A small home workspace in the corner of the bedroom can make your life a whole lot easier and efficient. Instead of wrestling with your laptop uncomfortably in the bed, turn that empty, forgotten corner into an ergonomic workzone by simply adding a sleek desk and a comfortable chair. Space-savvy desks from the likes of Hasena shape an organized and functional work area without dominating the bedroom narrative.