As If From Nowhere Bookcase Hides All Of Your Dining Space Furniture

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As If From Nowhere, by Orla Reynolds, is a bookcase with a hidden dining table and chairs! Can you spot the pieces in the photograph above? It’;s like the game, The place in the World is Waldo? Only it really is easier! How clever, and space conserving, is this? The bookcase homes 4 chairs, and 2 tables that flip into a dining table. This is so perfect for individuals with a little living area who like to entertain. Or who have the occasional guest drop in. The bookcase is still a bookcase when you get rid of the table so you have got 2 sets ups here in a single piece. Transformational, that is what it is.
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 As If From Nowhere Bookcase Hides All Of Your Dining Space Furniture

Vintage Oriental Rugs

Hello, hello dear buddies! The week was really occupied and cannot believe it is already Friday. Wishing you all a soothing weekend! and here in this post wished to share amazing vintage oriental rugs, that I’ve acquired in my boutique.

one. Vintage Soumak Rug from Dagestan, Russia (flat-weave)

This tribal type rug was handmade in Dagestan in 1960s. It is in exceptional issue – it was hanging on the wall and there are even now sewn eyelets on the reverse side. This rug was hand woven in the region Tabasaran and is a classic illustration of the weaving traditions of this area. Cheerful ornament with ancient archaic symbolism – a protective circle, the tree of life, solar symbols, the cross, the land of paradise and flowers.

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2. Vintage Persian Carpet “Bakhtiyar”, 1950s

Vintage hand-woven Persian carpet of high density: 110 knots to the square inch. Warp – Cotton, pile – wool of high qualit, dyed with organic colorants. In excellent problem.

Origin – woven in by nomadic tribes in Bakhtiari region, central Iran. The tradition of carpet weaving in this location dates hundreds of many years. Carpet distinguishes cheerful floral design and harmonious colours.  The plot of the carpet – the Backyard of Eden and the Tree of Lifestyle.

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3. Vintage Persian Carpet Hamadan

Gorgeous vintage Persian carpet from region Hamadan with quite unusual and intricate design and style – it was made in 1950s, measures 204 X 135 cm. In outstanding problem. High good quality carpet with density 80 knots per 1 sq inch. Warp – cotton, pile – wool. Natural colorants. The carpet is really soft and pleasant to touch.

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4. Antique Carpet Baluchi from Afghanistan, 1940s

Antique rug from Afghanistan. Soft and delicate, it was dyed making use of only organic colorants, which in no way fade or shed. Gorgeous subtle red colour palette and layout with geometrical patterns. It has very substantial density – 120 knots per one square inch. 25% sheep wool. In good condition.

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5. Vintage Afghan Rug Balichy, 1960s

This carpet is extremely soft and thin. 100% sheep wool. Yarn was spun and dyed by hand with organic colorants. Handmade in Afghanistan in 1960, in good condition (no holes or defects). Origin – woven by Baluchi – nomadic tribes in the southwestern parts of Afghanistan. Conventional geometrical patterns and lovely red and blue colour palette.

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6. Vintage Turkmen Rug

Vintage Turkmen carpet from 1970s. 100% sheep wool. Extremely correct and delicate function. Substantial density: 150 knots per 1 square inch. In wonderful condition. Origin: the rug was hand woven by Afghan Turkmen living in the North of Afghanistan. Dark colour palette and traditional ornaments with solar indicators are characteristics for the rugs made in this area.

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All these rugs are available for sale now in my boutique. If you have any concerns, I will be happy to response them!

Boulanger Kaiti By MOVEDESIGN


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© Yousuke Harigane

Boulanger Kaiti is a bakery store renovated an outdated Japanese property in Fukuoka, Japan. The area is a residential district close to the downtown.

The current residence developed of wood has impressive outdated wood walls and tile-roofing. As for neighboring homes, the architects could see this property has a background and exist as a symbol of this town. MOVEDESIGN began to plan not to appeal the facade as a store renewing the whole picture of this constructing but the architects regarded to match with surroundings as critical and let the shop fit this residential district, organized facade design and style to integrate new part into previous constructing, and additionally, configured so that folks can acknowledge there is a bakery store right here.

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The architects replaced only one particular surface of wall on south side with the store segment with all white visual appeal not to be imbalance in current traits. Those broad lining windows attract interest of buyers from the outdoors, from the inside, allow the sun light moderately in and limit the view to outside so that customers can shop comfortably.

The owner’s philosophy, “to offer you delightful quality bread everyday”, he does not allow compromise on every little thing, picking substances and how to make bread. His passion and his individual character percolate by way of this area and produce “Kaiti’s see of the world” right here.

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Architects MOVEDESIGN
Designer Mikio Sakamoto
Spot 138 sqm
Photography Yousuke Harigane
Area Fukuoka-shi, Japan

Nest Express: Ski Gondola Transformed Into Small Cabin


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The encounter of ascending a mountain at a ski resort gets even more immersive and atmospheric when the gondola you are riding to the peak is outfitted like an adorable miniature cabin. House technologies innovator Nest and Portland-primarily based innovative company Roundhouse took more than the inside of a funitel at the Squaw Valley ski resort in California to boost the skiing experience in an unexpected way.

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Roundhouse calls it the “first mountain property in the sky,” turning it into a cozy residing room “to demonstrate how neglected factors, like smoke detectors and thermostats, can be re-imagined as objects of warmth, simplicity, and even elegance.

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They lined the interior in pale wood tones, additional benches covered in chalet-inspired printed wool from Pendleton, put curtains in the window and even hung information like photograph frames and a thermostat. All with each other, the things utilised in the venture had to remain underneath 150 lbs to maintain the gondola at a safe bodyw7

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Says Nest, “What could be far more in require of reinvention than the icy bite of a metal bench so cold you can truly feel it by way of your ski pants?” The installation will be in spot at the resort for the duration of the 2014-2015 ski season.

These Remarkable Dizzy Tables Defy The Laws Of Gravity


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The amazing Dizzy tables are the most recent creation of the prestigious Swedish company Karl Andersson & Söner. Their objective is to develop furniture with a powerful identity and unique character that will outlive passing trends.

Made by Federico Churba, Dizzy is a set of 3 side tables in distinct sizes. The pieces are  comprised of a removable round tray, supported by a white steel structure. But the issue that helps make these tables truly interesting is the truth that they lean slightly, defying the force of gravity.

The tables convey an incredible optical illusion that offers distinct impressions based on the angle from which it is viewed. With pure, geometric lines, these tables fuse simplicity, performance, and elegance.

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MS By Yo Yamagata Architects


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MS is situated in Mishima-shi, Shizuoka, on the slope overlooking Mount Fuji, and it is only thirty% of 250 square meters of sites was flat. It was needed to produce more flat region that single family members could dwell. In addition, the consumer disliked a higher creating, and it was essential to design a creating minimal. At 1st we dug soil to the halfway of the slope and it was for the basement floor which is constructed with concrete. Then, the wooden floor is rode on the basement floor. The wooden 1st floor overhangs the slope 5 meters. This component is cantilevered with steel beams.

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Architects Yo Yamagata Architects
Structure Style Sakane construction layout / Nobuo Sakane
Website Spot 253.12sqm
Location 144. sqm
Photography Forward Stroke / Koji Okumura
Place Mishima, Japan