Evelyn M's Design Blog
Colin Selig’s outdoor propane furniture engages people of all ages and backgrounds not just because of the fun and whimsical approach to function, but also because the upcycled designs are durable with an ecological message. Who wouldn’t want one of these gorgeous propane furniture designs in their garden or on their patio?
Located in Las Rozas, a township of Madrid, Spain is a two-storey house called Hidden Pavilion. Designed by Penelas Architects and built with red steel and glass, the home offers both spectacular views and shelter from a lush forest.
Designed by Volentis Gmbh, the woven Laboni pet beds are part of their Laboni modern pet line that includes feeders and toys. What I like about the Laboni Dog Beds is they leave the traditional look behind in favour of a more modern, pleasing, furniture aesthetic that blends well with any interior or exterior décor. The focus of the various designs is the weave and whether woven large or small the Laboni Dog Beds add a fun and comfortable touch that both you and your pet will love.
Canadian lighting designer CEK has created these very sculptural head, hand and mouth lamps from concrete and the result is unconventionally awesome. The cast hands and heads have a whimsical quality that is true to CEK’s claim that he likes to “play with concrete”
Art Buro took a classic Parisian Apartment and gave it a contemporary décor by first painting the walls a soft mid-tone grey, refinishing the herringbone floors in a clear finish and then layering in Carrera marble features such as the backsplash and counter slabs and contemporary cabinetry such as this crate style kitchen.