All posts tagged: furniture

Salone del Mobile 2015 – Coming Soon!

Next week will begin the most important event ever : the Milan Furniture Fair 2015! As I will be working a lot during this period, I will try do publish, and comment every interesting thing from this amazing show!  La prossima settimana inizia l’evento dell’anno : il salone del mobile 2015! Siccome loverò parecchio questa particolare settimana, proverò a pubbliccare e commentare qualsiasi cosa interessante da questo bellissimo show!

Home Visit in Wroclaw

My inpiration for this Home Visit in Wroclaw came from my last article about the Tiuku Clock for Covo published on Monday. I really wanted to publish this article about this amazing apartment in  Wroclaw, in Poland. It is important to me cause its shows how minimalism can be very warm when combined with total wood style. What I like: the famous Tiuku Clock for Covo => the use of one or two Design object is always better in order to make it stand out. La mia ispirazione per la visita di questa casa mi è venuta direttamente dall’articolo che ho pubblicato questo lunedì su l’orologio Tiuku by Covo. Volevo davvero condividere questo tour in Wroclaw, in Polonia perché è un bellissimo esempio di minimalismo che diventa caldo proprio grazie all’uso dello stile total wood.Cosa mi colpisce di più: l’orologio Tiuku Clock by Covo => in una casa viene sempre inserito un pezzo Design molto “particolare” che salta agli occhi. Pictures from

My home trip story in Nantes (1)

This week I was in Nantes, in France, for work (yes again…). I cannot resit anymore to share this amazing home visit tour from the famous designer Frédéric Tabary. I love the way he works with the wood and metal, the glass roof and the glass wall. This designer who is famous for recycling things and materials, also applies this method for his own house. The traditional and modern atmosphere is everywhere in this house, and the cocooning effect works perfectly. When you visit this place, you can see the different styles he as mixed together by recycling pieces of furniture. His house works like his own showroom where he shows everything he is able to build with his own hands. This atelier is a very good source of inspiration for everyone that likes interior design, and that is interested in green solutions with sustainable houses.   Questa settimana ero a Nantes in Francia, sempre per lavoro ( eh si ancora…). Non posso resistere e devo condividere questa casa meravigliosa che appartiene al famoso designer …

Dark grey inspiration

Dark grey is a trend this year to follow if you like a sober atmosphere with some soft colored touches. If you use natural wood furniture or raw material, the result is amazing. The Scandinavian style is very often a good solution. (ps : the string lamp is amazing…. 🙂 ) Nb : For this kind of color you can use a magnetic paint or a special one to use with chalk sticks Il grigio scuro è proprio un trend da seguire questo anno, soprattutto se vi piacciono gli ambienti sobri con qualche tocco di colore soft. Se usate dei mobili fatti con legno grezzo o materiali grezzi, il risultato è unico. Lo stile Scandinavo è spesso volentieri una buona soluzione. (ps : quanto amo questi lampadine a filo… 🙂 ) NB : per questa tipologia di colore si possono anche usare vernici magnetiche o fatte per il gesso. Source pictures : 1. My scandinavian Home / 2. Little Liberty / 3. Design Sponge / 4.  Plastolux / 5. Tip Junkie/

Visiting an old loft

This could be the loft that everyone that loves interior design would choose to live. Interior design is an endless creation and dream. In this place you will find every detail that I like in design : grunge character, vintage and colored furniture, natural and raw materials, beautiful lamps, spaces, mix of different styles, huge delicacy of choice in the details… I could write a lot about this masterpiece. But this time I will let you imagine your own words looking at the pictures. The furniture to remember : The pink and yellow grunge carpet that is amazing. The detail that makes the difference : when you have big spaces like that it’s always better to play with the forms and curves in order to avoid to much monotony. Then, the impression of emptiness always comes from the ceiling, so use big string lamps to fill it. => curated by Gisbert Pöppler and vintage furniture dealer, Erik Hofstetter.   Questo potrebbe essere il loft per chiunque ama il design d’interni potrebbe scegliere di andare a viverci. Questo …