Designer Rugs from Dhesja

Posted by Amelia Swhizzagers On 9:12 PM

When floors are adorned with carpets, they transform into pieces of art. These designs from Dhesja do just that! Contemporary designs blend extremely well with the furniture and turn the rugs into well placed pieces of eye candy. Though each has a different texture and size, none of them fail to impress.

There is no saying as to where the rugs look best! Keeping your home in mind, you could casually let it rest in your living room or place it in your bedroom to give it a warmer feel.

Take a look.

red and green rug

different design

rgrass rug

white rug

red rug

red flower rug

green rug

love anyone

zebra pattern

brown and green rug

intricate designs

brown and beige

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Designer Rugs from Dhesja

Posted by Amelia Swhizzagers On 9:12 PM

When floors are adorned with carpets, they transform into pieces of art. These designs from Dhesja do just that! Contemporary designs blend extremely well with the furniture and turn the rugs into well placed pieces of eye candy. Though each has a different texture and size, none of them fail to impress.

There is no saying as to where the rugs look best! Keeping your home in mind, you could casually let it rest in your living room or place it in your bedroom to give it a warmer feel.

Take a look.

red and green rug

different design

rgrass rug

white rug

red rug

red flower rug

green rug

love anyone

zebra pattern

brown and green rug

intricate designs

brown and beige

If you come across stunning home accessories like these which you think need to be featured here at Home-Designing, please mention them in the comments. Also we run a steady stream of cool posts like this at Home Designing and if you like to be notified when we have more such inspiring posts, please subscribe to our feed or newsletter!

Want more? Check out these awesome rugs featured before at Home-Designing to get a few more inspiring ideas!


Ways to Make Electrical Wirings Less Messy and More Classy

Posted by Amelia Swhizzagers On 9:09 PM

Wires lying around the house are a very common sight. As much they are difficult to hide they are equally inevitable to do without. Are you looking for some wire-handling solutions? Here are some that might just come handy.

space saving 3 pin plug

How about this slimmed down plug which was a show stealer at one of the college art fests. Designer Min-Kyu Choi’s plug is just 10mm wide when folded and it can swivel out 90 degrees making itself compatible to be plugged into a normal 3 pin socket.

bird and leaves decorative cables

Use birds and leaves to camouflage the wires that cant be hidden behind furniture. The utility factor remains questionable but it does increase the aesthetic value of the room. You can get it here.

wirepod tendrils

This work of art comes from a designer who believes in keeping wires – visible; a curvy multi power socket product called wirepod that, if looked from a distance, appears to be part of the floor design.

electro man

This one is far from being anything electrical. But appearances are deceiving and when they are as friendly faced they are surely welcoming. Hail electro man! (You can buy it here.)

power block for messy cables

phone tablet

Via

There are too many people complaining about cables and there are a few delectable solutions provided. Like this Powerblock that shields all the wire mess.

make art with wires

Via

Why hide your cable wires? Show them off with the mount peg boards.

picket fences

You just can’t have enough of wire-hiding ideas! Here’s one more. Called the picket fence, this one is a great DIY concept.


Ways to Make Electrical Wirings Less Messy and More Classy

Posted by Amelia Swhizzagers On 9:09 PM

Wires lying around the house are a very common sight. As much they are difficult to hide they are equally inevitable to do without. Are you looking for some wire-handling solutions? Here are some that might just come handy.

space saving 3 pin plug

How about this slimmed down plug which was a show stealer at one of the college art fests. Designer Min-Kyu Choi’s plug is just 10mm wide when folded and it can swivel out 90 degrees making itself compatible to be plugged into a normal 3 pin socket.

bird and leaves decorative cables

Use birds and leaves to camouflage the wires that cant be hidden behind furniture. The utility factor remains questionable but it does increase the aesthetic value of the room. You can get it here.

wirepod tendrils

This work of art comes from a designer who believes in keeping wires – visible; a curvy multi power socket product called wirepod that, if looked from a distance, appears to be part of the floor design.

electro man

This one is far from being anything electrical. But appearances are deceiving and when they are as friendly faced they are surely welcoming. Hail electro man! (You can buy it here.)

power block for messy cables

phone tablet

Via

There are too many people complaining about cables and there are a few delectable solutions provided. Like this Powerblock that shields all the wire mess.

make art with wires

Via

Why hide your cable wires? Show them off with the mount peg boards.

picket fences

You just can’t have enough of wire-hiding ideas! Here’s one more. Called the picket fence, this one is a great DIY concept.


Boutiques Concept Design on Eyewear Gallery Store Interior

Posted by Amelia Swhizzagers On 9:25 PM
Boutiques Concept Design on Eyewear Gallery Store Interior



This stylish and natural unfinished wood interior design of concept fashion boutique and eyewear gallery store is designed and fabricated by Ilan Dei Studio. The store is located near their design studio and workshop in Venice, California. The design intention takes cues from a variety of inspirations, ranging from the Eames bent plywood processes and skateboard construction to the sand dune formations and ocean waves seen along the neighboring coast. moldresdes
Boutiques Concept Design on Eyewear Gallery Store Interior





Boutiques Concept Design on Eyewear Gallery Store Interior





Boutiques Concept Design on Eyewear Gallery Store Interior





Boutiques Concept Design on Eyewear Gallery Store Interior


Traditional Bathroom Design by MoenLooking for a way to add a bit of traditional elegance to your bathroom design? When you want to upgrade the look and feel of your bathroom, consider installing a faucet or other fixtures and accessories from Moen's Muirfield suite in your home's bathroom. The classic faucet pictured here has modern water-saving features designed with conservation and utility cost control in mind, paired with a simple to operate and beautiful high arc spout.
“The Muirfield bathroom suite offers a traditional style with exceptional design consumers prefer in a quality product backed by the Moen name,” said Kevin Campbell, Moen’s director of retail marketing. You can choose from several different faucet styles, selecting between single and two handle options with either standard, mid, or high arc spouts. You cal also select the finish that best coordinates with your overall bathroom design, choosing among Chrome, LifeShine® Classic Brushed Nickel and Old World Bronze.

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