25 Cherner chair in Interior Designs

The Cherner family is proud to realize the reintroduction of the famed “Cherner Chair”. Designed for Plycraft in 1958, this chair is found in design collections throughout the world, including the Vitra Design Museum.

After listening to countless requests from fellow Architects to see his father’s designs reissued, Benjamin decided to join with his brother Thomas to form the Company in 1999.

In addition to reissuing the molded plywood chairs, stools and tables, The Company has introduced new designs by Benjamin Cherner.

Norman Cherner was an American architect and designer.

The price is about $1000.

Designers use cherner chair in the dining rooms. Popular minimalistic kitchens in white are ideal to have wooden designer chairs. Crystal chandeliers add chic and softness to the rooms. You can decorate this design with the vintage lamps, rustic lamps and antique rugs.

If you don’t like carpets, then these chairs have such beautiful shape that additional decorations might be useless. Interior designs with designer furniture are like the art. Look on the photos and you will see that they are worth framing. The stool will also create natural atmosphere in the rustic bedroom or living room. Use shutters or roman shades for rooms with these chairs.

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24 Beautiful Outdoor Blinds

The best outdoor blinds are made of bamboo. They are easy to clean and perfectly combined with popular blue and green colors.

Ceiling fan is useful for sunroom and create harmonious atmosphere with the blinds. Rattan furniture is nice addition to this friendly design.

If you have an opportunity for the braided carpet, then you will be happy to see it in your interior design. The blinds may be of the one color with the window frames or just combine them with the design of the room where you plan to use them.

White windows and natural shades look beautiful. Black window frames and same color shutters are incredible with the garden of plants.

You can also personalise the blinds with the print of flowers and add the same print to the carpet.

Bamboo is also associated with the warm countries, so this is one additional benefit when you decorate the room with this material.

Fabric blinds are great for regions that don’t have rainy evenings even in summer. Luxury bed will be a nice centerpiece for the day dreaming. Stone tile on the floor will bring eco design to your room.

cobalt blue sunroom

cobalt blue sunroom

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18 Drafting tables in interior designs

Drafting table or architect’s table is, in its antique form, a kind of multipurpose desk which can be used for any kind of drawing, writing or impromptu sketching on a large sheet of paper or for reading a large format book or other oversized document or for drafting precise technical illustrations. The drawing table used to be a frequent companion to a pedestal desk in a gentleman’s study or private library, during the pre-industrial and early industrial era.

Despite the prevalence of computer aided drafting, many older architects and even some structural designers still rely on paper and pencil graphics produced on a drafting table.

Modern drafting tables typically rely on a steel frame. Steel provides as much strength as the old oak drafting table frames and much easier portability.

The drafting table surface is usually covered with a thin vinyl sheet called a board cover. This provides an best surface for pen and pencil drafting. It allows compasses and dividers to be used without damaging the wooden surface of the board. These tables are at least as heavy as the original oak and brass drafting tables and so sacrifice portability for the convenience of push button table adjustment.

This table would perfectly suit any rustic room. Designer chairs and lamps from 50-60s create vintage atmosphere. Designer chairs is an excellent choice for rustic design and here are the stools that I think will be the best near the drafting table: Grotto bar stool, Nailhead Trim Counter Stool, V19C Counter Stool, Sepele, Turner Barstools and Industrial Bistro Barstool.

For modern metal tables you can plan to spend about $150-200 while antique wooden would cost $500 and more. Try to find old style on Craigslist or eBay.

1910 American Trestle Drafting Table

1910 American Trestle Drafting Table

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Two-storied Apartment in London

London is not characterised by any particular architectural style, having accumulated its buildings over a long time.

Two-storied apartment is a comfortable solution for those who dream about the house, but the city can give just apartment as a place for living.

Leather upholstered headboard shows masculine character of the habitat. The bed sofa is in perfect height that creates a cozy sitting place without armchairs.

Ceiling lamps that hang near the bed is a popular design today. They save the space and looks unique, with no chandelier in the center of the room. People use table lamps when they are in the bedroom and chandeliers are too bright and large for small rooms.

For those who like DIY projects then the night stand that is similar to the shape and style of the suitcase is your chance to show your creativity. Framed photo is small but is enough to add chic to the room. Designer table lamps give soft light when you are almost asleep.
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20 Stone tile bathroom design ideas

Stone tile is natural, period. Eco design is in trend now, because people want to be closer to nature.
Our cities are full of distractions and relaxing bath is the place where we can pause the time.

For masculine design choose dark shades and small tile, while for softer touch look for beige, light colors.

Usually baths and sinks are left white, so the rest of the room is designed thoroughly. For minimalistic design use the same stone tile on the floor and the walls. It doesn’t give any accents to the special wall or the floor.

Add flowers, because stones have flowers nearby in real nature. Choose the plants that are resistant to big amounts of water.  It’s not an issue for big bathrooms where ventilation works ideal.

One more interior idea is adding small stone tiles to the floor of the walk in shower and the road on the walls. It looks like waterfall when the water is on.

Bricks that we see outside the house are also nice to use in bath design, but they might be too harsh for small rooms. Use it on one part of the room that has mirrors, shelves and other decorations, so that the bricks will be on the smaller part of the bathroom.

The unique idea for stone lovers is to place the stones under the free standing tub or pedestal tub. It will create relaxing atmosphere and you will feel royal blood in yourself.

Bathroom tile idea

Bathroom tile idea

Beautiful pebble floor and wall detail for the shower

Beautiful pebble floor and wall detail for the shower

Brick wall toilet

Brick wall toilet

Freestanding bath with stone wall

Freestanding bath with stone wall

Glass shower with stone tile

Glass shower with stone tile

Large shower with stone tile

Large shower with stone tile

Masculine bathroom

Masculine bathroom

Modern bathroom

Modern bathroom

Natural stone bath

Natural stone bath

Natural stone walls

Natural stone walls

Pedestal bathroom

Pedestal bathroom

River stone floor

River stone floor

Round bath with stone tiles

Round bath with stone tiles

Rustic bathroom

Rustic bathroom

stone and pebble flooring in this shower

stone and pebble flooring in this shower

Stone floor in the bathroom

Stone floor in the bathroom

Stone floor

Stone floor

Stone tile and the mirror

Stone tile and the mirror

Stone tile and the plants

Stone tile and the plants

Stone wall shower

Stone wall shower

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23 Interior Designs with Luxury Beds

What does it mean luxury beds for you? The bed made of gold, swarovski chandelier above it and the glass table with vogue on it or natural design that is also a luxury for those who work from the morning till night. I summed up the bed that will inspire all desires.

A bit of description may force you to notice the things that you missed. I have two ways to investigate interior designs that I likes. The first one is scrolling. It doesn’t mean that I don’t like the designs that I scroll, but they may be minimalistic or loft and nothing to watch for a long time there. The second method is watching the design in details: the bedroom, table, designer lamp, carpet, etc. This method is very interesting, because you may find talented designers that added their creations or decorated the room. So let’s get to investigating the bedroom in details.

Wooden low bedroom is a favourite style for nature lovers, I guess. It seems that you are laying on the ground. It is a great bed for warm houses. For those who have cold winters or bad heater will understand why the low bed is not a great idea. Carpet is a way to solve this problem, but I wouldn’t risk.

Colorful big bed is like a rainbow in the sky. Buy multicolored bedding and it will become beautiful centerpiece in the bedroom. Kids would love it, so be ready to play in bed.

Auping by Ida interior lifestyle

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13 Inspirational Designs in House from Spain

House from Spain has comfortable and romantic atmosphere.

Bedroom has unique headboard that might be custom-made and is similar to curtains. The curved wooden panel on the wall adds vintage touch to the room. Pink blanket has the soft color of the kindness. Walls and curtains are in neutral shades and are ideal background for the bed as a centerpiece.

For those that adore balconies, this interior gives beautiful interior design idea how to do it at home. The balcony has no windows or doors with the bedroom, just long curtains.  Narrow sofa table saves the space and has enough surface to the place coffee or a book there.

Outdoor curtains are white. This simplicity relaxes. The design has simple furniture and accessories but the combination of them is awesome.

Teak furniture at home is like the interior in a cottage house. When you add fresh flowers to the room and have garden outside the window, then the mood will definitely be sunny. Floor lamps are the same in all rooms. One of the rooms have bamboo shades and it is like zen zone. No frame windows are like art instead of the walls.

Bedroom with pink bedding

Bedroom with pink bedding

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16 Interior Designs from Moscow Apartment

Moscow apartment with colorful interior looks incredible.

Small bathroom has the art on the tiles: flying airplanes in the sky. Other details have geometrical design: shower curtains and the floor tile. The storage under the sink are neat and minimalistic. Mirror in the wooden frame is the ideal combination with the wooden surface near the white sink.

Bedroom follows the idea of the bathroom with the geometric pattern on the blanket. Black lamps near the headboard are elegant and create airy atmosphere. Warm orange color on the curtains and pillows is a good friend to the green walls. Abstract art near the window makes this room interesting and shows the unique personality of the inhabitants.

Did you notice the custom-made headboard that has no corners. They are like cut off. I like the idea of two lamps for bright lighting and for reading.

The rest of the rooms have blue and brown colors. French doors hide the dining room. Fabric chandelier hangs so low that it gives the feeling of comfort while drinking and chatting in the room. Kitchen working space is small, but enough for simple recipes.

 

Bathroom tile art

Bathroom tile art

Bedroom with green walls

Bedroom with green walls

Brick wall bedroom

Brick wall bedroom

Chair with buttons

Chair with buttons

Comfortable dining room

Comfortable dining room

Designer bedding

Designer bedding

Fitted wardrobe

Fitted wardrobe

Green sofa in the living room

Green sofa in the living room

Hallway with wooden divider

Hallway with wooden divider

Kids room with two beds

Kids room with two beds

Living room with red curtains

Living room with red curtains

Living room with yellow chair

Living room with yellow chair

Silver chandelier

Silver chandelier

small bathroom with shower

small bathroom with shower

White statue in the living room

White statue in the living room

Workspace in the corner

Workspace in the corner

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28 Interior Designs with Office Cubicle

The office cubicle was created by designer Robert Propst for Herman Miller, and released in 1967. Each workspace is the individuality of the worker. You usually can’t change the cubicle base, but you can change it’s decoration.

One of the most beautiful ideas of decorating the table is the art: stickers, framed photos, inspirational images, quotes. Play with bright colors and accessories.

Designer table lamp can become your centerpiece of the working space. Add your favourite things that give you happiness and comfort. I like blankets, because office coolers sometimes work so hard that blanket is the only way to feel warm.

It’s better than working in an open floor at a desk and better than not working. You have an element of privacy but also access to others.

What workers need from their offices has long been clear. A flexible workspace that encourages movement, combined with mobile technology, could finally liberate them from the cubicle farm—but only if employers pay heed to the evidence, rather than the short-term savings. Even cubicles were Utopian before the accountants took over.

Awesome Contemporary Workplace Decor Concepts

Awesome Contemporary Workplace Decor Concepts

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25 Interior Designs with Clawfoot tubs

The clawfoot tub or claw-foot tub was considered a luxury item in the late 19th century, originally made from cast iron and lined with porcelain.

White bathroom with silver details looks amazing. If you want to have the tub with the legs, then you can additionally choose the bath with silver foots. Moreover, they are usually carved, so the carving will be outstanding in this color.

If you plan to decorate the room in the 19th century style, then you can have french windows colored in black and the unique bath in the same dark color. You will hardly find the family that can boast of such stylish design.

Paint the bath in your fave color. I liked the projects that have orange, pink and blue as their accent color.

With this beautiful centerpiece your tiles, accessories and lighting go to the second position. So you can relax and buy basic designs that will emphasise the main point of the room.

The rooms that have this bath look like living rooms with carpets, chandeliers and plants. The wardrobes for larger spaces are also a great idea for designing here.

Candles bring romantic atmosphere, but in this situation it is the transferring accessory to the ancient times.

A gorgeous claw foot tub and glass-enclosed shower

A gorgeous claw foot tub and glass-enclosed shower

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24 Interior Designs with Arco floor lamp

Flos Arco Floor Lamp by Achille Castiglioni costs $2,995.00.

It was designed in 1962 and look how gorgeous it looks in any interior design.

I like when it is used near the window. The room becomes the creative space for dreaming and relaxation. Moreover, the narrow base of the lamp is almost transparent when you see it opposite the window.

Most of the designs that use this piece of art are living rooms and dining rooms. Chandeliers are not always the best choice when you use just one corner of the table for small family evening and you want different lighting when all friends and relatives arrive. Arc floor lamp is ideal for rooms that need flexible lighting instead of fixed lighting fixture on the ceiling.

The weight of the lamp is 140 pounds (63 kg), so it has marble base adds brilliant chic to the rustic designs.

Think about golden finish. I found just one room with golden arc lamp and the atmosphere of the room is luxurious. Search this photo below.

A floor lamp with marble base and stainless steel telescopic stem illuminates a seating area

A floor lamp with marble base and stainless steel telescopic stem illuminates a seating area

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24 Modern wine refrigerators in Interior Designs

Some wine connoisseurs may elect to store their wine at home in a dedicated room, closet or cellarette. Other options involve purchases and rentals at off-site wine storage facilities that are specifically designed for the task. Other industries focus on the construction of home wine cellars and wine caves, small rooms or spaces in which to store wine. Others produce smaller wine accessories, such as racks and wine refrigerators. These appliances can feature adjustable temperature interfaces, two chambers for red and white wines and materials which protect the wine from the sun and ambient environment.

While most wine is consumed within 24 hours of purchase, fine wines are often set aside for long-term storage. The three factors that have the most direct impact on a wine’s condition are light, humidity, and temperature. A fourth consideration is security for expensive wines. Since 20s consumers started to storage wine in their houses. Strong, direct sunlight or incandescent light can adversely react with phenolic compounds in wine and create potential wine faults. For example, the Champagne house of Louis Roederer uses cellophane wrap to protect its premium cuvee Cristal from light, the wine being packaged in a clear bottle.

Tom Stevenson recommend that wine should not be kept in a refrigerator since the refrigeration process often includes dehumidifying, which can quickly dry out corks. Most experts, such as Jancis Robinson, recommend that wine be kept at constant temperatures between 50 and 59 °F (10 and 15 °C). Climate Controlled Wine Storage maintains moderate humidity levels (55%-75%) to avoid these problems and assist in the optimum wine development conditions.

Research in the late 1990s suggested that the ideal orientation for wine bottles is at a slight angle, rather than completely horizontal. This allows the cork to maintain partial contact with the wine in order to stay damp but also keeps the air bubble formed by a wine’s ullage at the top rather than in the middle of the bottle if the wine is lying on its side. While most wines can benefit from lying on their side, Champagne and other sparkling wines tend to age better if they are kept upright.

A sleek wine cellar

A sleek wine cellar

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13 Beautiful Freestanding Tubs

Airy look of the freestanding tubs are amazing. Such bath is meant to be a centerpiece in the bathroom design. It creates relaxing and spa atmosphere. Match it with eco-friendly furniture and modern accessories to look contemporary. Feel inspired in your new bathroom.

Freestanding tub is easy to install and clean. You will have extra space for storage containers or books for evening reading.

Pretty doesn’t have to be pricey. Choose the material that fits your budget: acrylic, fiberglass, enamel or even waterproof finished wood.

We used to have shower and bath in one piece when we need to save the space in the small bathroom. There are great design ideas of stand-alone tubs with showers. The detail that you should think in advance in this case is the shower curtain. It should be from both sides of the bath.

Freestanding are also inspiring due to their round shape. It traces us back to old times when round baths stood in the center of the luxurious rooms. Clawfoot tubs are from those beautiful time and most popular in the 19th century. They were originated in Holland and possibly artistically inspired by the Chinese motif of a dragon holding a precious stone. The curved foots are antique details that we can have in our homes.

Clawfoot tubs usually need more water than a standard bathtub, because generally they are larger. The roll top bath is the second name for this tub. While true antique clawfoot tubs are still considered collectible items, new reproduction clawfoot tubs are chosen by remodellers and new home builders. They make bathtub reglazing to make it look as like brand new coin.

Interesting fact about the tubs is that shallow and long bathtubs where the person lies down are called western styleEastern style bathtubs in which the bather sits up. These are known as ofuro in Japan and are typically short and deep.  Early bathtubs in England tended to be made of cast iron, or even tin and copper with a face of paint applied that tended to peel with time.

Nowadays we have a variety of colors for tubs and fixtures, but The Crane Company introduced colored bathroom fixtures to the US market in 1928. Not so long ago, so we are lucky to have the opportunity for painting in any dream color. But we still love white and beige shades in the bathrooms.

Bathroom with beams

Bathroom with beams

Duravit Drop in Corner Bathtub

Duravit Drop in Corner Bathtub

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Artichoke Pendant by Louis Poulsen in Interior Designs

NameArtichoke Pendant.

White pendant in kitchen

White pendant in kitchen

This iconic designer pendant is composed of 72 copper leaves that hide the glare of the light source and allow for a beautiful glow. A chrome inner diffuser also assists in the proper even reflection of the light source. The original Danish name is PH Kogle (conifer cone).

Available in Copper, Brushed stainless steel or White.

Shape inspiration: conifer cone or artichoke.

Artichoke

Artichoke

Conifer cone

Conifer cone

Design: Poul Henningsen in 1958. He was one of the leading figures of the cultural life of Denmark between the World Wars. In Denmark, he is often referred to as PH.

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A Minimalist Desk from your Dream

Minimalist desk is the one we need today to get rid of distractions and have the working space clean and still interesting. Working home offices that I will share today are top favourites on Pinterest and Houzz, so I suppose you will love them as well. Share if you like, so that I will understand that you would like to get such selection.

The first office with minimalist desk is design by Bruce Bierman. His design company specializes in residential and commercial design. Bruce combines practical knowledge with a refined aesthetic, which has become the hallmark of his work. The white office is the part of Fire Island Residense – Long Island. Many visitors were asking about the sign. The “No wake area” is vintage finding, so if you want similar art, then you should do it yourself. Designers see vintage items as a unique accent, instead of a rubbish. This design is a beautiful example of ideal creativity in the modern simple office. As for the stool it was custom made by JM Upholstery, a family run business.

Bruce Bierman Design

Bruce Bierman Design

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