It’s a daunting task to find the air conditioner that would be a perfect fit for your residence both in terms of style and functionality. The innovative Art Cool Split-System Technology by LG Electronics is a number one solution for making your interior stand out. It brings special appeal to any room by simply transforming the boring A/C box into a piece of art.
In addition to excellent style and proven reliability, LG Art Cool air conditioners are a highly efficient way to weatherize your home. Enter Westside Wholesale, the ultimate destination for design-savvy consumers offering a great selection of LG Art Cool split-systems with a variety of panels available in different styles.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 30 August, 2013
Melbourne designer Gregory Bonasera is a ceramicist with an in depth understanding of the processes utilised in the production of ceramics; a methodical thinker who works more like an industrial designer than a potter to realise his creations and to advise and collaborate with other designers. Gregory sells his functional production works and feature lighting Australia wide & in the UK. He actively exhibits his work internationally and has contributed works to exhibitions in Paris, London, Germany, Los Angeles, Bangkok, Tokyo and Australia.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 22 July, 2013
The new collection of beds and bowls for four-legged friends
VIP stands for Very Important Pet. Indeed, our cats and dogs are VIP members of the family. They share the high spots of our daily lives. They inspire the hunt for that favourite food, that tempting toy… Enter ddplus, the new collection of co-ordinated beds and bowls in the masterly style of Di Marzio Design – specially for VIPs.
Creature comforts combine with functional good looks in the ddplus line of accessories. The elegant, minimalist design of the 4U Bed and Footprint Bowl blends blissfully with the contemporary style of other home furnishings. The resulting ambience caters for everyone’s needs. Four and two-legged friends can share space and emotions more harmoniously.
Foodprint and 4U come in transparent or opaque but colourful materials. There’s even a version screen-printed by hand, applying the print to the product’s internal surface, safely out of direct contact with fur, paws and snout. Hygienic and fully recyclable, the material wipes clean and is scratch and bump-proof. Even the fabric of the 4U bed cushion is hard-wearing, easy to remove for washing, and fits all ways round.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 16 July, 2013
The interior design of your home can make a great deal of difference in terms of its comfort level. A well-designed home interior will not only foster relaxation, but will impress guests as well. While many homeowners focus on overhauling their kitchens in order to promote a more modern environment, there’s no getting around the importance of having a comfortable living room to hang out in.
One of the most important parts of any living room is the furniture that makes it up. Finding the perfect living room furniture set doesn’t happen overnight; it takes quite a bit of searching to find something you’re happy with. If you have a solid idea as to what you’re looking for, however, you’ll find the process to be quite a bit easier than it might be otherwise.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 11 July, 2013
Toronto has a wide array of homes to please even the pickiest of buyers. From classic to contemporary, you are guaranteed to find something that meets your needs. Finding a comfortable home can be a daunting task, but luckily Comfree, a MLS-type listing service, shows that the Toronto real estate scene has a lot more to offer than one might originally think. Sharp, modern, brand new condos are shooting up around Toronto’s downtown core faster than you can ask “How many rooms?” That being said, there is a lot to choose from, and the real estate market truly is your oyster. Whether you’re looking for a condo or a house, open-concept designs are a common request among buyers.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 20 June, 2013
Designed by Italian designer James di Marco, Honey was an instant success. Perhaps one of the radiators in the Caleido range that best expresses the company’s internationally renowned craftsmanship, it has been selected for permanent display at the Museum of Art and Design in New York.
Honey is made up of 67 hexagons assembled and positioned by hand according to a precise mathematical rule and is available in 3 colours.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 17 May, 2013
Bill Playso saw the glaring need for a stylish and cool mailbox so he teamed up with Justin Hutchinson to create Koo Koo letterbox. Designed and manufactured in Melbourne, Australia
Base model goes for $330 and $420 for the optional compact wood laminate side magnetic panels. So cute. I really want one of those!
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 15 May, 2013