Set in South-west America, this home of an art collector combines grand spaces with great finesse. Overhangs, atriums and large areas of glazing to maximise morning and evening light combine to add warmth to an otherwise stark and cold house. Why not combine rich, earth tones and elements like stone, wood, and plush materials in a big space for comfort and enclosure? Try it out, let us know how...
A lobby in a hotel is a great inspiration for home design, use principles of rest and calm and translate them in your own way. This lobby incorporates heavy elements in the chairs but softens with textured rugs, earthy materials and vegetation, bathed in light and exuding tranquility.
This sophisticated Brazilian abode oozes charm, subdued lighting and seamless integration with the outdoors is perfect for the South American heat. Warm, earthy tones combine with masculine heavy furniture to create a contrast that would be easy to emulate in any home.
Combining a funky warehouse charm with sleek furniture and flooded with light, this house featues injections of colour to neutralise and accentuate the vastness of the space. Don’t be cautious with colour, used wisely it can be done with great effect, a simple way to spice up a dull room.
This cool townhouse in Amsterdam features sheer volumetric genius - polished concrete floors and crisp white walls contrast with the canals externally and the wooden furniture internally.
A footballer’s house in the south of England, bunker-like and oh-so-cool, where else is better to hold raging parties that in your amazing bachelor pad underground!?
Elegant use of materials and different natural textures, this house in Melbourne epitomises 21st century modern - simple yet stylish. The sleek forms of the spiral staircase are offset by the homely sofa, wooden ceilings to create warmth and integration with the outdoors.
Hello, Welcome to the world of Click, inside the minds of the staff at Clickon Furniture. A furniture retailer in Fitzroy. As we are always on the hunt for intersting compliations of design and new and exciting pieces, joining the blog world seemed like a natural step. Throughout the course of our interesting (hopefully) blog, you will be shown design eye candy from three staff members. Emma:...