We are forever trawling Pinterest and design blogs for our favourite interior and exterior design inspiration. We love all things simplistic, beautiful and tasteful. Inspired by design giant Dezeen’s top Interiors we pick our favourite designs from around the globe which bear an uncanny resemblance to pieces from the collection and all have a wonderful story behind them.
Studiomama co-founders Nina Tolstrup and Jack Mama bought the former mini-cab office building, which measures just 13 square metres, in an auction as a challenge to make a tiny space comfortable for living.
Tolstrup and Mama took pointers from the design of small caravans and boats to develop a scheme that packed a lot into a little space. The aim was to make a flexible living space that appears larger than its minuscule square meterage to create what “might be London’s smallest house”.
Wei Yi International Design Associates & the Navy Long Line Tunic
Wei Yi International Design Associates picked up on this year’s trend for moody interiors, by combing cement flooring, grey tiles and dark stained wood furnishings in this Taipei apartment. A flash of colour is provided by an unevenly finished deep-blue wall.
The Cubes Apartment & The long Sleeve Scoop Neck
Interior architect Arjaan De Feyter added warmth to this otherwise stark Antwerp apartment by integrating grained wood units and brass hardware fixtures. Gauzy full-height curtains also ensure that the space is flooded with natural light.
Old Jaffa House & The Cashmere Hooded Jumper In Honey
Israeli architect Pitsou Kedem created contrast in this Jaffa apartment by pairing black iron surfaces with white plaster walls. His studio also introduced a series of arched doors and windows – some framing views of the Mediterranean sea – to match the home’s traditional domed ceiling.
Our very own Kate Cledwyn and the long trim cardigan in Eucalyptus Green.
KCDesign.London brings observations from the details found in nature and architecture into interior design.
Ephemeral details are photographed from global travels. With gentle manipulation designs are created to form affordable luxury for residential or commercial use.
Wallpapers create a bold impression when used as a feature wall. Fabrics offer luxurious impact for upholstery, curtains and blinds. Wall art adds modern style. Hand knotted rugs deliver a striking statement to any room.