Modern bookshelves are all about modular comfort and adaptability. They come in a wide range of styles and shapes, and they vary from those that need to be fitted to the walls to the more casual standalone units. Cutting across style barriers and finding a place in almost every room of the house, here is how you can put that large and open bookshelf to use in more ways than one
Colorful sofas have become much more accepted in recent times with neutral interiors allowing a bright and colorful sofa to shine through visually. Since living room backgrounds are becoming ‘increasingly colorless’, the onus of bringing excitement and brightness to the space seems to fall on the furniture that you bring in. This is precisely where a brightly colored sofa comes in handy. From brilliant red to bold blue and sunny yellow, here is a look at the best and latest finds that we have unearthed for you. Enjoy the flamboyant feast
There have been plenty of occasions when we have talked about the virtues of the couch in orange and a plush sofa in burnt orange feels even more hip. The gorgeous green sofa is admittedly not for everyone and finds space in eclectic and modern settings while the breezy blue couch adapts to pretty much any style you have going.
We have highlighted Danish Kvadrat cloth or textiles before but their Clouds innovation is something else! This creative tile notion named Kvadrat Clouds lets out the artist in you. The single tiles can be collected together using unusual rubber bands. Each detail also comes with crease lines which allow you to manipulate the tile reminiscent of origami, the Japanese art of paper folding. Large complex pieces can thus be made – as installations or as wall or ceiling art. With two separate textiles in 7 colors, the permutations are enormous. For you promising architectural types out there, this is your chance to express yourself in your home or office! Kvadrat Clouds is designed by Ronan also Erwan Bouroullec. You can inspect for a local stockist through the Ligne Roset website.