Bonsai is a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers. The uniqueness of Bonsai tree is on its form, small and even dwarf. Choosing Bonsai tree as your special home accessories is great to lift a room scheme. Bonsai can create the air calm and class at any interior decoration tone. Poetic Home offers a wall decoration of Bonsai tree. It can be placed nicely using peculiar pots. a white room scheme will be more interesting by adding little greeny touch from your small Bonsai tree on the white wooden table.

PoornaJayasinghe inspires you with precious bonsai tree inside your bedroom suites furniture. Black pot combined with dark green color of Bonsai leaves is fully attracts people’s attention over a minimalist design. Red bonsai tree on your white kitchen set is visualized by Studio EOS. the great combination of red and white promote a glamor impression.
Check out these awesome modern interiors, designed by a Russian design firm by the name of D-E-S-I-G-N. These are practical and good looking - unlike those designs that look good, but are completely unusable!
There are many good furniture designs, a lot of different materials that compose a beautiful desk. Some of them save space in the room because a designer created a functional design that would not only deal with your problem of having too little room for a desk but also look incredible in that small space. Some of the desks are suited only for large rooms that accentuate their gorgeous shape. And then there are those desks that can transform from a small, one-man workstation to a large, conferential table. It all depends on your taste and needs.

I really like the decent color scheme used in this lovely apartment decorated by Mood House. There is a nice combination of old and new decor all over the place and also some very clever styling ideas. Highlight here is for sure the living room with the very cool pendant lights and variable shelving unit but also the work area is very nicely decorated with all the small details like artwork or work tools on wall.
Lovely apartment decorated by Mood House


I am very excited and impressed with DaVinci project House of tayone. Delve into the detail unique designs, each decorated in industrial style chic. Look closely to find an array of ideas to add character and whimsy to a blank canvas of space.

Another example of how cool can the small place be, this little beach house belonging to Belgian/South African couple is very  sweet! It certainly have the scandinavian feel - white floors, white walls, very clean and full of light, this combined with nicely selected furniture (those wooden chairs are great) creates wonderful atmosphere as made for summer relaxing.
Today HomeDesign9.com introduce to you are some very sweet pics from the stylist Aaron Hom. I love all the decors and furniture he uses, Eames, Jacobsen, Nelson, Saarinen... there is everything. My fave is the first one - white room with wooden wall unit, but all other places are gorgeous as well!
Built in 1862 in the village of Vedbaek, a port located about 20 kilometres from Copenhagen, this former fishing shack is now a peaceful home for a couple who have opted to raise their children away from the city where they work, so they can enjoy a quieter home life. They commissioned Danish architect Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, founder of the agency Norms Architect Copenhagen, to expand and modernize their tiny home, with an emphasis on light as a major component of the redesign. The extensive use of white, clever storage, minimal furniture and open spaces makes their house feel far larger than it actually is — even on the greyest days it feels light and airy. Lovely.


I'm loving Sylvie Rochon's cheerful Montreal apartment, furnished with great vintage finds — particularly mid century modern pieces (something Sylvie has a real eye for, as the owner of Spoutnik, a vintage furniture shop there). With its crisp white background and fantastic use of colour accessories, her space has a fresh and contemporary feel — it all feels very modern, even when you know almost everything in it is vintage. Lovely. 

Love this pretty cottage in Mousehole, Cornwall — a converted net loft built in the 1800s on 17th-century foundations. Beautiful soft tones and textures, all with details that reflect the home's seaside location.


What is now a stunning beach house in Amagansett, New York for Athena and Victor Calderone is a testament to their ability to see potential — Victor describes black mold hanging from a collapsing ceiling, and a pool filled with mosquitoes (and worse) when they first found it. But they loved the elegant lines of the 1960s house and were determined to restore it to its former glory. Now they enjoy weekends away from their hectic lives with their young son Jivan. 

AT Casa had a great post featuring a slide show of modern loft spaces from all over the world recently — I've picked a few that I especially liked. Enjoy. 

Today I'm admiring a great modern twist on the vanitas still life genre by artist James Hopkins, who takes this rather morbid theme and gives it a playful interpretation, with his creation of skulls formed by the clever arrangement of various everyday objects on bookshelves.

Interior designer, blogger, stylist and owner of the online store Moltaz Design, Henrick Eriksson has applied his design philosophy to his lovely summer home, a cottage dating from 1780. When he purchased it, its charming rough log walls and old oak floors were — unbelievably — hidden behind plastic wallpaper and cork tiles respectively. Henrick also tackled low ceilings, lack of insulation and removed the gypsum plaster from the walls, taking them back to their original condition. Renovating the house bit by bit made it manageable within his busy work schedule — and the resulting style of the cottage is described by Henrick as 'New England with industrial touches'. As he works with colour all day, Henrick deliberately chose a restful and neutral palette for his own space, concentrating on textures, form and materials to keep it lively and interesting.

For Femina editor Camilla Kjems, years of busy family life with children, teens and two dogs had left her home's main living space a jumble of odd pieces of furniture, toys and belongings that had simply drifted there when they had nowhere else to go. On a tight budget but with the enthusiastic approval of the whole family, the entire room was updated, saving money by cleverly repainting and recovering furniture, investing in great wallpaper and completely reorganizing the space, It's still very much a family room, but one with an edgier and more grown up style.

A lovely old farmhouse in the village of Spannum, an hour outside from Amsterdam, is the home and studio of textile designer Claudy Jongstra. In this peaceful haven Claudy works with local weavers, who create fabric from the wool produced by her flock of two hundred head of sheep. Claudy then colours the hand woven fabric using dyes created from the plants grown in her garden. In her home Claudy has continued the idea of authenticity, retaining the farmhouse's original structure, livened up with contemporary touches. Love.

Love the warm, industrial modern look of J. Crew menswear director Frank Muytjens's upstate New York weekend home — and the fact that he has no internet or other technological distractions while he's there, too. Smart man.

Located in the upper-floor of a prewar brick building on one of Brooklyn’s leafy avenues, the elegantly minimalist apartment of the Mandayam–Vohra family is a serene space with interesting notes of brass and wood — relaxed and lovely. 
I swooned when I saw The Design Files post on the gorgeous home of Melbourne-based furniture retailer and design afficionado John Parker — it's pretty much perfect and I just had to share with you here.

The apartment of interior designer Sylvie Blanchet is located on the ground floor of a 1930s building in the chic 7th arrondissement of Paris. Completely redesigned by Sylvie, the formerly poky rooms were opened up and more storage was discreetly added, with beautiful results. Decorated with an eclectic mix of vintage and new, all in elegant white, ecru and grey tones, this free flowing space focuses on the stunning views of the dome of the Invalides. Classic elegant French style, with a dash of the unexpected.