Classical, does not mean outdated or do not follow the developments. Choosing a classic look is not without reason. Classical has high value, has a distinctive flavor. Even the classics can be valued higher than modern. If we want a classic look in our living room, below are classic style living room design that can be used as source to build our living room.
Description from TOKEN :
In June of 2009, TOKEN was approached to design and fabricate a custom leather floor covering. During our first visit to the site, the scope of our proposal quickly increased to include custom furniture and fixtures throughout the client’s 2200 sq ft. Bowery loft. Drawing inspiration from the rugged black buffalo leather selected as the material for the floor covering in the master bedroom, we proposed designs for a collection of visually bold and graphic pieces in white oak, blackened steel, Richlite and buffalo leather. In the master bedroom the pieces include a built-in dresser, two side tables, headboard and overhead shelving with ship ladder access. For the guest room we selected a desk from the TOKENnyc Collection. In the living room we provided designs for an overhead shelving system with library ladder to match the system in the master bedroom, a custom DJ station and 5 bar stools also from the TOKENnyc collection. Please visit TOKEN site for further information.
Lori Dennis Interior Design is one of the nation’s top interior design firms. They focus on each client’s needs knowing that every project is as unique as its owner. Lori Dennis Interior Design is a full service office overseeing complete interior and exterior design and development in the residential, hospitality and commercial arenas. The firm will consider projects throughout the United States and internationally.
Modern Oasis is one of Lori Dennis Interior Design’s collection in interior design. Enjoy the image below. Please visit Lori Dennis Interior Design site for further detail about this interior design.
Description from GAD :
BUAMA is an interior renovation project for a young couple living in Beykoz, a suburb of Istanbul. As a concept, a new structure is inserted in the existing structure. The new structure maintains the existing heights, yet proposes a more organic solution. The smooth and endless lines reference infinite space, as there is no clear distinction between the floors & walls, or between the walls & ceiling. Light scatters on the organic surface in a way that seems almost limitlessness.
Please visit GAD site for further detail about this house.
Let me to share a posting about an apartment interior located in the Discovery Bay area of Hong Kong. It was designed by HEAD Architecture and Design. This is a new home for a new family, in which the rituals of family life – bathing, playing, eating, sleeping – can be thoroughly re-evaluated, with an open-plan sequence of simple flexible spaces facilitating the informal flow and changing requirements of an expanding family. Like a blank canvas the spaces are currently rather bare but, as the family grows and memories are created, the walls will quickly fill up. For further detail visit HEAD Architecture and Design site. Source
Matsuki Residence by HEAD Architecture and Design (more…)