This beautiful house, a converted factory workshop, is the home of François Pascal, world renowned photographer. Elements of Scandinavian design, mixed with industrial ones and vintage objects, have transformed this old workshop in a very chick space, full of light and personality. There are so many elements that I want to incorporate into my own home. And the kitchen tiles are just gorgeous, right?
Photos for A Converted factory workshop from Blog Deco
The ”Villa de Patos” store design project by SAVVY has become instantly one of my favourites. I love the simplicity of the interior and the flexibility of the space created. Villa de Patos is a family business founded in 1980 that provides traditional products that uses free-range techniques and an eco-friendly approach to their production process. The idea here was to replicate the brand’s philosophy by using materials that express tradition, purity and simpleness and I think the result matches the goal set. What do you think?
store designphotos and text via Behance
Jasmin Forrester has become my new favourite chocolate! Ok, I have not tried it yet but I absolutely love the branding design created by Mister Onuff; so much that I will buy it in a second if I saw it in a store. I think the tiles inspired packages are brilliant! it is a new and refreshing approach and it fits good within the brand. Are you a fan too?
The Invariants series of vases created by the Ukrainian artist, architect and designer Sergey Makhno.
The Happy Pots is a tableware set designed by Jonathan Gomez and which aims to make your days a bit happier. With heat-isolating wooden handles as well as cork-covered surfaces these pots are easy to use, beautiful designed and fun to have.
I love the mix of classic and modern in this Parisian apartment. The use of almost just black and white (with the occasional warm wooden brown) bring class and style to it,don’t you think?
Photos via Lotta Agaton
The GRAS lamps have been re-edited! One of the most innovative and iconic designs of the 20th century, the GRAS lamp series was created by Bernard- Albin Gras. Having a clean, simple design, the Gras lamps were originally thought for offices or industrial environments but, their flexibility and the edge they bring to an interior makes them suitable for use also in residential projects. DCW have re-edited this classic piece in a more diverse range of colours and that means you can get yours too! Check out the GRAS lamp DCW catalogue here or see what it can bring to your interior in the pictures below.
A cool idea for a DIY vertical planter for your home. More details here.
This is a great idea of reusing old wood!Love it.