Elements of Decor from Around the World
Designers around the world work to create most creative and amazing pieces and elements of decor from furniture to lighting and accessories. Today we offer you to see some of the most creative elements of decor from tableware to lighting and more by designers from around the world. Let’s start with the Drink Link Tea Set.
Created by Eindhoven-based designer Joon Lee the Drink Link tea set is perfect for starting conversation and enjoy a cup of your favorite tea. The set is made of porcelain and consists of the teapot and several cups connected to each other with synthetic rope.
Another creative element of decor is a brainchild of the Sweden design studio o4i. Called Silenci this chair does justify its name by being silent. Drop it, bump it against the table and it won’t make noise. It also looks modern and comes in black and classic wooden.
This next decor wonder is ‘Pyramid’ – book shelves collection from Italian studio Fitting. This collection now consists of four modular shelves of various sizes each representing a square turned at 45 degrees which makes it look like a rhomb. What a fresh and cool solution!
Many designers are concerned with eco-friendly design solutions. And recycling is one of them which is also fun as one gets to create new stuff out of old unnecessary ‘junk’. Russian designer Pavel Sidorenko has found a cool design solution of reviving the old vinyl. Using laser cutting Sidorenko creates various shapes for his vinyl clocks from birds to everyday objects like chair or umbrella to such castles as in the pic above.
Continuing the clock theme have you ever seen 3D clocks? The designers from Israeli design studio Studio Ve have created the clocks the hands of which are connected by the colorful paper which creates various dimensional shapes as the hands turn. Brilliant!
The mirror is an essential element of decor in any apartment or house. In order to bring you smiles and good mood the French brand Domestic is offering some cool mirrors in various mood-rising shapes like smiley face, hearts or an owl sitting on the tree.
Tom Price is a British designer who is specializing in innovative and futuristic design. His creations are fresh, original and simply cool. just look at the table made of polypropylene tubes of black, white and gray which are fused together to create an image of Socrates and Confucius. Tom Price has many more interesting works which you can check out at tom-price.com.
Andrew Ooi is a self-taught artist from Toronto, Canada whose mission is to ‘bring a new light to origami’. He realizes it through making original origami lighting. These lights are not simply serving their lighting purpose in the interior decor. These are works of art that are made using traditional origami folding techniques without any additional materials as glue.
This brain-shaped energy efficient lamp is a creation of Belorussian design duet of Maria and Igor Solovyovs from Solovyov Design. Resembling brain convolutions this lamp bears a witty name ‘Insight’ and looks truly original. Visit SolovyovDesign.by for more cool decor elements.
Matthias Pliessnig is a US-based designer who works with wood. This anatomically-shaped chair looks more like sofa or couch but its amazing with its smooth curving lines made of wood.
Another Britain-based studio Splinter Works have created this amazing mind-blowing bathtub ‘Hammok O Water’ which is shaped as hammock and hovers above the floor. To create it the carbon fiber was used which initially was made for motosport and aerospace industries and which soon, designers say,will come into our everyday life.
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