Functional mid-century wall units

A wall unit is not particularly popular today due to the minimalist style that has conquered all spheres. Imagine how functional a piece like this can be! Actually, it was very often part of a mid-century interior, and now it’s a cool idea for those who love mid-century modern style. Luxurious, beautiful wall units made of teak, oak, ash, birch and other types of wood not only look cool and create an atmosphere, but also do not take up much space, but can accommodate many things and even a small work space. Check out the mid-century wall units below and find out how to incorporate them into the interior!

wall units

If you need a lightweight looking wall unit that doesn’t take up space, a wall unit is for you. It can have a variety of closed and open shelves, shelves and slanting shelves, arranged symmetrically and asymmetrically. Such a unit can also include a small desk in the lower part of the part, so that you can work comfortably here too. Such a wall mounted unit is a great space saving solution with lots of storage space. That’s a very smart idea.

Detached Units

A freestanding mid-century modern storage unit is also a good idea as it can double as a room divider. Such a unit can have only closed storage compartments and cabinets, or also some shelves and other elements such as desks. It’s entirely up to you what you want to choose, if you want a statement and bulky look – choose closed shelves and if you want a more airy feel – choose more open shelves. Enjoy!

47 Fantastic and functional mid-century storage units.

Outdoor bathroom designs you will love

The outdoor season is starting and it’s high time to get ready: look at your garden furniture, buy new accessories, renovate something and so on. And if you’re considering creating a new outdoor space, I highly recommend an outdoor bathroom. What is an outdoor bathroom needed for? First of all it’s a shower you go in before swimming in the pool. Second, an outdoor bath is a spa-like experience that would blow your mind! That is why such a bathroom is a must if you have enough space in your garden. In fact, in bad weather it can be with glass or wooden doors so you can keep privacy if you want. The styles and colors are absolutely different and up to you: from Scandinavian and shabby chic to strict minimalism and from blue and white to black. Vintage style bathrooms are always elegant. The bathrooms decorated with stones will make you feel like you are on vacation. Below are some examples of amazing outdoor bathroom designs to inspire you, enjoy and tell you which one you like the most.

outdoor showers

If you prefer to take a shower or such a solution is more convenient for you, take a shower. Choose a style that suits your outdoor space: minimalist, seaside, tropical, zen or asian, modern, rustic, vintage or different. Think privacy: You should be completely comfortable in front of people, so some screens are what you need. Put something comfortable on the floor: tile if you live in a hot place, wooden mat or pebbles if you want to enjoy the material. Add accessories on the shelves or side tables around the shower. Don’t forget that potted or planted trees and greenery create the perfect ambiance outdoors and will make you feel like you’re in a waterfall.

outdoor bathroom

Do you want ultimate relaxation? An outdoor bathroom is the answer! Choose your style and then decorate the walls or place screens that match your style. Choose the right tub – it will be the centerpiece here, letting your style shine through. Potted greens and flowers are great for creating a relaxing ambience. So add some if you’re not growing nearby. And now, bring along accessories – shampoos, conditioners, bath salts and balms and more for a luxurious time in the tub. Enjoy!

Elegant modular sofa

The Longueville Landscape Sofa is a classic, first appearing in 1998 and recently remodeled by Jori.

This is a casual sofa with a fluid, organic and evolving look that the word “landscape” suggests. The piece is a modular sofa that includes a standalone sofa and ottoman of various sizes, allowing you to create your own item for your own space. In this new edition there are rotating armrests that can be used to store tablets, magazines and laptops. The height of the backrest of the sofa and the depth of the seat have been carefully designed to be extremely comfortable. The design remains elegant thanks to its slim, tapered legs and discreet piping.

The Longueville Landscape Sofa is ideal for socializing. With sofas like this, you can create a whole conversation pit and modular features you need. It’s also great for compact spaces, as you can use just one sofa and even turn it into a day bed if needed.

Ideas to accent your living room with Marsala

You already know that Marsala has become the color of 2015 and we have already shared some Marsala home decor ideas with you. Today I want to tell you in particular about the furnishing of the living room and accents that you can set. I would advise you to use such a rich color carefully if you don’t want the space on your face to be too big. The most popular idea is a Marsala accent wall. It’s a simple and budget-friendly idea. Just choose the shade you want. Marsala furniture or textiles would make your room stylish and trendy but not too drab or dated. Check out some more cool ideas for inspiration below!

Awesome Bathroom Washbasins Washtrend by Alicrite

We would like to show you the great Washtrend collection designed by Carlo Colombo for Alicrite. This is the collection of modern and very beautiful washbasins in different finishes. Among Washtrend’s products you will find a tall freestanding washbasin like a compact bathroom vessel. Although all of them are united by stylish and at the same time original design. Unusual finishes make all these sinks stand out from other modern ones. The silver freestanding washbasin not only fits perfectly with modern, but also with any luxurious and opulent bathroom design. The black and white reclining vessel goes perfectly with any trendy black and white bathroom. Each of these sinks will add a stylish and unique touch to any bathroom. Visit the Alicrite website for more information.

The Machiya house is renovated in a minimalist style

Kooo Architects renovated a Machiya home in Kyoto, Japan with white-toned rooms that update the look of the interior while preserving its historical value. A machiya is a type of traditional Japanese house in which the two side walls have no windows because they are shared with the neighboring building. Such an interior tends to be dark, especially due to its long and narrow shape. The architects have succeeded in transforming the residence into a succession of bright, light-flooded interiors through a series of spatial interventions.

Kooo Architects have added a skylight to the main room of the house which, together with the small open-air courtyard, contributes to the lighting and ventilation of the building. Several rooms enjoy a view of this inner courtyard and thus more natural light. All rotten and non-working building materials have been removed to improve sound and heat insulation properties. At the same time, existing elements such as certain beams, columns and the inner courtyard were preserved and restored to their original appearance. In contrast to the modern interior, the beauty of these historical elements is more noticeable and these elements also connect the rooms with each other.

Regarding the design of the facade, the architects respected the historical style of the streets of Kyoto and changed the appearance minimally. Traditional craftsmen were invited to repair only the earthen wall and reclose the decaying wooden window frame.

Kitchen and bathroom trend flowing faucets

Sinuous shapes with sweeping curves characterize these modern faucets. Inspired by the elegant shape of a swan, the Brizo Vuelo faucet has a curved profile. It is available in the new matte white polished chrome finishes and offers numerous additional configurations including the pull out high rise design. Inspired by the movement of water, British faucet manufacturer Triflow collaborated with renowned architect Zaha Hadid to develop a seamless, curvilinear faucet. The faucet uses Triflow’s three-way technology, which allows for filtered drinking in addition to regular hot and cold water flow. Designed for flowing water and Japanese calligraphy, the Ametis Faucet by Davide Oppizzi for GRAFF creates a faucet with a gentle twist. Need more cool fauctes? Look below!

Apartment with 360 degree views

With a total floor plan of 520 square meters, this apartment is huge. But size isn’t even the most notable attribute. That would have to be the aesthetic of the place, which is minimalist and very sophisticated. The RS Apartment is located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and was designed by Studio Arthur Casas. It obviously has an extensive floor plan and also a rather unusual layout. The entrance is in the central part of the apartment, the rest of the rooms are distributed throughout the perimeter. This strategy is practical and at the same time emphasizes the magnificent panoramas. The condo has a 360 degree view of Ipanema Beach.

The RS Apartment is a seasonal home where the owners and their friends often spend their summers and holidays. It’s obviously optimized for large group use, and you can notice that as soon as you enter the social areas. Here you will see a large and organically shaped dining table, a living room with several sofas, armchairs and several coffee tables, and balconies with glass balustrades and stylish seats. There’s also a service area and five-bedroom suites, all capable of capturing the gorgeous views. The furniture throughout the apartment is a combination of local and international designers and together with other decor elements create a minimalistic yet lively and very cozy ambience.

Halloween Tree Decor Ideas

A cool and very unusual decoration for such a holiday, a Halloween tree can be a real centerpiece in your room and a conversation starter for your guests. How do I decorate one? Let’s take a look at some catchy ideas!

color schemes

To make your Halloween tree stylish, you need a color scheme. Of course, the best colors for the tree itself are black and white and they are very compatible – you can combine them with many shades that you like. Since it’s Halloween you can go for purple and black, purple and green, black, white and orange, or just create your own color scheme that feels like Halloween to you. If your tree is the usual green color, decorate it with some super colorful ornaments to make it bolder.


For ornaments, you can rock traditional Halloween colors – green, orange, gold, black, and purple. If you have any left over from Christmas, make good use of it. You can also shop wild and creative or make some ornaments for your Halloween tree. This can be Jack Skellington, skulls, skeleton hands and other things you would like to hang on the tree. You can also opt for oversized striped ornaments that scream Halloween.

Halloween detailing

Since it’s Halloween, it’s time to dress up your Halloween tree with all its elements: bats, witch hats and broomsticks, signs, cobwebs and spiders, skulls, scary masks, dolls and the like – anything that reminds you of Halloween is welcome ! You can also style the whole tree as a witch by adding legs, a hat and a broom and decorating it with just a few ornaments and lights. Another idea is to have a skeleton rocking in a tree as a Halloween tree – it’s super unusual and bold!

Spring Kitchen Decor Ideas

Flowers, bright colors, singing birds – yes, spring is here! It’s high time to decorate our rooms to welcome spring. What can you add to kitchen decor to make it look spring-ready? First, add bright colors – vibrant furniture, accessories or tableware. Colorful textiles are a cool and inexpensive idea, as bright curtains, tablecloths, table runners or napkins don’t cost much when adding a spring touch. Spring flowers in planters and vases are the best and easiest accent – just pick the ones you like the most and voila!

colors and patterns

Turn on the lights – pink, yellow, green, blue, lavender, purple. Sunny yellows and greens are the most popular colors to brighten up your home for spring, and these bright hues will make the kitchen cheerful. You can also use pastel colors that add a cute vintage touch to your kitchen. Add some patterns – florals are the most popular, stripes add a modern flair to the room and polka dots are a nice vintage touch.

flowers and greenery

Green is the best and easiest way to make your kitchen feel like spring. It can be real or artificial. The latter is excellent for permanent decoration. Green in pots or vases makes your kitchen modern and spring-like. Flowers create a rustic or vintage feel and make your room more romantic. Look out for scallions, which really make your kitchen spring-y. Fresh fruits and vegetables add interest and texture to your arrangements. Enjoy the spring!