Posts Tagged ‘unique furniture’
If you are lover of antique and unique furniture items, Coban Buffet by Denver-based studio Gitane Workshop will actually fit your interior. Made of bent laminated corners, oak hardwood, sliding glass doors and custom fabricated metal drawer pulls, this piece looks as a granny’s buffet from cozy country house. Of course, the most original detail in this project is rusty plow at the bottom of the buffet. So, it’s original idea to decorate your country house. The dimensions of the piece are 34″h x 74″w x 20″d. For further details and more unusual customized furniture ideas, you can contact the studio.
Nowadays everyone wants to be unique in some way, not similar with others. This concerns the house interior too. The main purpose is to make house attractive or may be even unusual in some way, to make your house stand out among others. Lila Jang, the designer with her own special view, presented her new Fluid collection of seats. You will be impressed because all the shapes are very unpredictable and unusual. Her furniture seems to live its own life. The collection includes several pieces of furniture such as “Canape”, the sofa that actually climbs a wall corner, with half of its foot on the floor or two chairs with seats that are different but share the same back. Or maybe you prefer the chair that seems to be melting down? Take a look at those Lathe chairs by Sebastian Brajkovic. I find it as a very interesting and also “new style” for any home improvement. Do you?
Does this look like an old ugly oven? Well that’s not it anymore. This oven has been redesigned by students from the University of Cincinnati’s DAAP design school. It doesn’t cook anymore, but it transforms to a nice and extremely comfortable lounge. It accommodates a single person and is perfect to watch TV or read the book. When closed the side drawer hides custom made cushions with cinnamon swirl pattern. Unfortunately the only existing oven lounge was sold from Etsy recently, but who stops you to take this idea and make your own unique lounge?