This impressive loft is located on the 12th floor in the building “Red Apple” in Sofia with a total surface 96 square meters. To reflect the style of the owner, a man with a bohemian and adventurous spirit, the designer need to create a active and artistical place where the owner can display many objects and works of art collected during his travels. The six-meter height in the living room allowed for the construction of an intermediate platform, which is a place for relaxation, meditation, reading and especially for the contemplation of the stunning view of the city. Besides two stunning wall art (“The Secret Garden” and “Urbanus Folklor”), hidden kitchen is another intersting feature of this place.
If you enjoy the aesthetic appeal of animal antlers but hate the idea of taxidermy, Elkebana might be the perfect wall decoration idea for you. Inspired by “ikebana” – the ancient Japanese art of arranging floral elements in harmonious compositions, Elkebana brings the ancient art of ikebana to the wall, transforming the wall trophy idea into a continuously mutating, colorful creature. As the first trophy for plant lovers, all you need are flowers, branches and imagination.
Using glowing UV paint, Vienna-based artist Bogi Fabian create gorgeous, luminescent murals that can only be seen under a black light. When the black light is off, the bedrooms looks completely normal. But as long as the light is flipped on, blank bedroom walls are suddenly covered with cosmic scenes, glittering stars, beautiful landscapes, and lush flora and fauna that emit an ethereal radiance in the darkness.
2014 looks set to be a year of interesting home décor trends. Already we are seeing a huge change in furniture trends, with honey coloured wood replacing dark wood as the furniture material du jour. Last year dark wood was still very fashionable, but designers are moving towards lighter and brighter woods such as cherry, walnut and oak, perhaps with spring in mind.