Located in Islington, a district in greater London, England, this wonderful apartment is renovated by Avocado Sweets Design Studio. The whole place is full of vitality and brimming with color. By browsing below photos, you will find more clever designing elements that Avocado Sweets Design Studio applied – a vertical Lego play wall, an exposed brick wall with all kinds of hangers/shelves for outdoor items, a functional vintage gym bench with extra storage space underneath, under staircase music room, knitting lamp shades and tons of colorful bookshelves in living room. There are plenty of original details in this home, the designers never fail to disappoint. Take a look at these photos and let us know which part you like most about this place.
Designed by The Rural Building Company, the Bletchley Loft is a modern two-story family residence located in Perth, Australia. The first impression of the spetecular house is its double-sized social area including the living room, kitchen and dining sets. No matter its inspiring lighting fixture or eye-catching wall decoration, you can always find some surprising design elements throughout. Upstairs on the second level, the secluded master retreat overlooks the voluminous living space below through full-height glass. The double ensuite has been designed to complement how couples interact in the morning and features a generous walk-in robe. There are many inspiring features in this house, which suits perfectly for its rural or suburban setting.
Don’t let your mudroom become a chaotic catchall for shoes and winter gear. Well designed mudroom works best as a functional space outfitted with robust storage options chosen for your lifestyle. If you have enough room and budget, you can go with built-in cubbies and hanging space. Otherwise, store-bought furniture like shoe bench, wall mounted shelf and hanging hooks are also working perfect for your mudroom. Moreover, if you are one of those DIY person, you can also make your own mudroom furniture, just like the one in below photo who use painted crates of various size as wall mounted storage, which is a playful and smart method. Last but not least, don’t forget about the flooring in the mudroom, which should be easy to maintain and clean. Tiles or tumbled brick are smart and practical choice. Okay, enough talking, let’s take a look at our hand-picked collection – 30 Inspiring Mudroom Designs.
Designed by Park+Associates Architects, the Greja House looks like a white translucent box from outside. The translucent glass is used to create a permeable skin that not only dissolves the boundary between inside and outside but also brings filtered daylight while maintaining a degree of privacy. This seamless fluidity is also extended vertically by connecting all floors with a beautiful central spiral staircase that is carefully positioned above a water feature which is carefully designed to be the main focal point for this house. Besides the water flow under stairs, huge living wall is also an eye-catching feature of the house, which cleverly blurred the boundary between outside and inside, making the house a living garden.