Getting a little bored with the classical kitchen in your baller home? If you want something that is just as space saving as it is self-sufficient, take a look at this All-in-one Mini Kitchen by the Italian design team of Adriano Conti, Corrado Galzio and Alex Innamorati. The All-in-one kitchen is strictly for those who love spacious kitchens but are unable to create space because of all the accompanying heavy duty gadgetry that just can’t be done away with. Alternately, this kitchen would be a welcome addition to a baller bachelor pad. Read the rest of this entry »
What is it that will define a baller home in the next couple of years to come? Retro or Modernistic styling along with furniture equipped with ground breaking futuristic technology. Assuming you have a baller home, don’t rest easy. Instead, stay in tune with the times and get your homes ready for the future by considering this over-the-top, opulent, high-tech SupreME wardrobe by Italian architect Vudafieri Saverino & furniture design company Saporiti. The wardrobe is essentially a container that is partitioned/organized into sections for various items and accessories. It is also equipped with a biometric and gesture recognition ‘meta mirror’ that enables the user to enjoy a multi-media experience while dressing. Read the rest of this entry »
All of us have heard of rocking chairs and boy, don’t they possess an amazing ability to lull you to sleep, especially when you’re in the midst of reading a book or watching television! In fact, recent research says that a rocking motion is the surest and easiest way to guarantee a good night’s sleep. But, have you heard of a rocking bed? Though it sounds common sensical that a bed rather than a chair should have rocking properties, they haven’t been around for some strange reason. Well, seems like the folks at Shiner have taken cognizance of the aforesaid facts and designed an earthy queen size Mood rocking bed that can lull you to sleep in a jiffy, whether indoors or outdoors. Read the rest of this entry »
What’s new, interesting, trendy and luxurious when it comes to a bookshelf design? It is called the Parallel World Bookshelf from Paris-based design house Samal Design. This line of furniture is definitely eye-catching and unique as the voyeur is left wondering about the asymmetry and gravity defying structure of the visible half and the strange disappearance of the other half. In concept, Parallel World has a deeper philosophical meaning that is almost reminiscent of another parallel world elsewhere – one half of the piece of furniture is what is visible to you, the other invisible portion exists in another parallel world.
Welcome to the year 2012 where we will be revisiting the period from the 1950s to 1970s, where interior styling is retro though the technology used to create it is modern and top of the line. When it comes to your dining area, if you love grand classical pieces of furniture, you may want to consider stacking the space up with classic vintage cabinets and sideboards that will give your space a traditional 50s flair. Take a look at the Spanish retailer of vintage and colonial style furniture – Portobello Street’s classic Formula One & Paris City Architecture inspired furniture line called Capri.