Published at Wednesday, June 06th 2018. by liezel callan in Futons and Accessories.
Fluffy and soft, it seems like the perfect place to take a nap. In fact, the designer resembles its shape to that of a protective nest, a place where sleep can be uninterrupted. The unusual couch also has mobile extremities which makes the pillows a lot easier to grab, taking comfort to a superior level. Enveloppe Sofa was created both for adults and children and comes in 140 different colors, in order to be easily integrated in any type of contemporary interior. You can see more information or purchase this product online here.
Hand-knitted Wool Poufs By Christien Meindertsma. The Aran Rug by Christien Meindertsma provides a cozy place for relaxation. It is handknit, using enormous custom-made knitting needles, from the wool of 18 merino sheep. Christien Meindertsma Aran Rug. London-based designer Naomi Paul has created some wonderful hand-crocheted pendant lamps inspired by traditional craft techniques and the emotional attachment we all hold to materials.
Throw pillows come in a variety of shapes and sizes. For the most dynamic look, vary the shape and size of the pillows you choose for a single piece of furniture. Square throw pillows are the most common shape. They typically come in 16-, 18- or 20-inch versions, but can be found in larger or smaller sizes. If you like to change up the look of your decor frequently, stick to square throw pillows in standard sizes, which will make it easiest to find replacement pillow covers.
While the hues of the pillows themselves don’t have to match, they should relate to the overall color scheme of the room. Another secret to mixing prints: Vary the scale, both within a room and among throw pillows. If your living room has curtains with a large-scale print and a rug with a small-scale one, choose a throw pillow with a print that falls somewhere in between. Pull colors from the surrounding space.
Designed by Danish industrial designer Anders Backe, the Nest is a simple, viable piece of furniture constructed for urban spaces. We found this hybrid on Beautiful Life and the inspiration connects two cultures: “The idea behind the furniture is to combine characteristics of the Japanese design tradition with western preference for comfort and functionality. Redesign the traditional futon bed toward a young user group, while challenging the mind-set concerning a multifunctional piece of furniture for a small area.
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