Popular Patio Furniture from Vittorio Bonacina

This extraordinary, iconic, and popular furniture for patio by Vittorio Bonacina is not going to look worn out. Six years have passed but this furniture is not looking outdated so this Italian patio furniture is really the best. Margherita Chair (left) with its woven cane was made by Franco Albini in 1950 and has twisted weave. Today, the popularity of […]

Contemporary La Fontana Italian urinal Urinal from ArtCeram

A very bright color with a splash is revealed on the spherical frames from the La Fontana Urinal From Italy. In terms of style, its appearance is very modern. By means of form and shape the designer tried to impose dynamic tension on this Italian Urinal using simple forms of cubic. The look of a hidden cube with larger size […]

6 Excellent interior design ideas for bathrooms

Good evening! Daniel Grabiit here and today we shall check out 6 images relating to the topic of 7 Excellent interior design ideas for bathrooms. I will also offer you with a few of practical Bathroom tips which might be coming handy in your bathroom improving plans. An example of quickest but handy tips to tidy up or conceal the […]

6 wonderful cottage bathroom designs

How’s everything going friends? It is Daniel from Anotame Home Design. Such a good weather on my little home window here and yes it makes me truly enthusiastic to show you all these 6 wonderful bathroom photos and layouts intended for our today’s topic of cottage bathroom designs. Furthermore we include a range of Bathroom tips and hints that we […]

Inspiring Danish faucets made in Italy – inspired by Chrysler De Soto vintage cars

The range of De Soto faucet is an appropriate combination between functionality and form. These amazing faucets are developed by Hans Thyge, a Danish Designer and made by Fima Carlo Frattini, an Italian Company. In reality, ‘De Soto’ Vintage cars by Chrysler inspired the development of this collection, especially the clean lines. Advanced technology and attention to detail accompany the […]

A monastery turned into a residential loft by JM Architecture

JM Architecture developed this Como Loft project in Milan, Italy. This place is used to be a monastery but then used as a residential complex. We can’t imagine how a building like this is a transformation from a monastery. The old history of the building almost has no trace and radical change is seen on the metamorphosis. In 2012 the […]