For a lot of people their book collection is a personal statement of what kind of person they are; their interests, history, hobbies, etc. Because of that, they want to proudly display their collection for guests to see- in fact, one of the first things I do is look a my friends bookshelves when I visit their home! With the Fagus bookshelf, you can display your books in an open, more public space, while also adding a creative, modern element as a centerpiece in your room. The design has interesting angles with shelves, branching out from the root of the bookshelf, just like a tree! What’s cooler than a “tree of books” to display your interests!
Located in Seattle Washington, the Riley’s Cove residence received a recent remodeling overseen by Olsen Kundig Architects. The end result is a fusion of mid-century modernism with contemporary architecture and interior design elements.
Dutch designer Laurens van Wieringen created this beautiful Five by Seven vase. The Five by Seven vase was inspired by the designer walking through the flower fields. The vase looks like porcelain but is actually made of flexible vinyl.
With just one or more flowers Laurens found a surprising way to bring the flower field indoors.
The X table is a contemporary coffee table with an X frame structure that locks its different parts into a position and creates a space on the table to keep books and magazines. The structure is oak plywood board. The magazine holder can be in wood or acrylic.
This wide and various selection of modern storage collection is brought to you by Asplund for your modern living room design. The furniture from Asplund comes in stylish and minimalist design with a swedish twist. I love the clean line design and the various of color options.