20 Electrifying Neon Accented Spaces

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Neon is one of those trends that you either love or loathe, and though its resurgence has been seen over the last few years– it doesn’t seem to be going away just yet. From shoes, clothing and home décor; neon has swept the nation and the store shelves. With all kinds of creative ideas out there,…

Boat Roof Shed in Wales Made Piecemeal From Recycled Goods

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Sheds are a unique form of architectural expression– and with their small scaled footprints, it can be hard to make them offensive looking. This Wales based boat shed is crafted from all kinds of found objects, windows, doors, and even a boat for a roof! It almost looks like an outsider art project. There’s a photovoltaic…

Product Guide: 11 Funky Doormats to Brighten Up Your Home

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Doormats can be a simple window into the home of which you are knocking on. If you’re the type that likes to get a mat that reflects personality, isn’t just a monogram or a simple textured looking rug– then these inspirations are for you. Doormats can come in all shapes, sizes, colors and patterns. They can…

15 Spaces To Beautifully Display Your Inspirations

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Finished works, no matter what they are, all start with an idea. Those ideas can come from so many different places, and though not all are tangible– there is a good chance that you’ve got a genius idea scribbled on a napkin, inspiration in the form of sculpture or a piece of fabric that speaks to…

The Impossible Knot of Columns by Henrique Oliveira

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Artist and innovator Henrique Oliveira has transformed the Palais de Tokyo into one of his organic creations that merges from the columns and beams into a whirlwind of branches. With a title of “Baitogogo” this work is one our favorites from this master of intricacy. On display until September of this year in Paris, the installation…

How To: Hide Pesky Electronics Wires In Your Home

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Electronics are inevitable in today’s homes. And while some things are moving more towards wireless and bluetooth connections– you’re still going to have to accommodate electrical cords somewhere. Wires can be messy, make a space look unfinished and less than design worthy– and unless an organized routing of cables on display for a tech space is…

50 United Plates Ceramic Serving Dishes are Uniquely Yours

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Ceramic creators Corbé Company of the Northwest region have gotten their project funded in what seems like record timing on Kickstarter. With only 26 days to go, this husband and wife duo has raised almost 3x their original goal amount. Their concept is simple and from the heart. An interlocking set of ceramic ware that makes…

Miami Houses by Léo Caillard

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Art is everywhere. From the ice caps of the North Pole to the beaches of Miami– and literally everywhere in between. Artist and photographer Léo Caillard has taken it upon himself to interpret a series of lifeguard towers as Miami ‘homes.’ In each photograph, the towers stand out due to the blank sandy beach canvas, and…

30 Spaces Featuring Typography and Vintage Letters

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Some of the most underrated interior decorative elements (in our humble opinion) for the home just so happen to be things we use everyday. Words. Letters, while typically taken advantage of can make a huge impact on our spaces. There is a multitude of ways to incorporate letters within a space, and the obvious one would…

Iridescent Spider Web Wallpaper For Your Space

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British brand Graham & Brown is known for their exclusively creative and artistic wallpaper designs, and the ‘Cobweb’ creation is no exception. The English designers have partnered with leading designers everywhere to provide a little something for everyone. From top names like Kelly Hoppen, Marcel Wanders, Steve Leung and more– the perfect pattern for your space…