Happy Chinese Year! Check out these oriental style pieces of furniture. INTERIORS HK would like to wish you and your family a prosperous Year of the Rooster, full of peace, good health and fulfilment! … Continue reading
The butterfly stool designed by Sori Yanagi in 1956, can be seen as an elegant and harmonic synthesis of Eastern and Western cultures. Highly favored in America during the 1950’s, it was easy to dismantle and transport. The butterfly stool … Continue reading
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Created in 1968 by Finnish designer Eero Aarnio, the Bubble Chair serves as a classic example of space-age design, and continues to add fun and excitement to well-furnished living rooms and lounges around the world. The Bubble Chair was actually … Continue reading
It seems there are always only limited choices when it comes to pet furniture. Once in a while we would like to buy a new bed for our pets but there are just nothing that catches our eyes. There are … Continue reading
No matter your home is big or small, you can make your home instantly more academic and artistic at the same time with these creative bookcases.
Bored of having the same piece of IKEA furniture as others? Check out www.ikeahackers.net and see how creative people around the world transform the standard ready-to-assemble furniture into something unique! My favourite is the LINNMON Bar with iPad Mini inset. What’s yours? … Continue reading
Released in 1956, Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman was the first chair that the Eames designed for the high-end market. This luxury item was inspired by the traditional English Club Chair. The chair is composed of three curved plywood shells: the … Continue reading
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Designed in 1928 by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand for the Villa Church Pavillion, a house near Paris, designed by Le Corbusier and Perre Jeanneret. Villa Church was a part of furniture line that included LC1, LC2, LC3 … Continue reading