The world’s biggest furniture and interior design fair has so much to offer in the space of such a short time that many of its amazing new décor finds are often lost in the rush.
Why waste the space in your already tiny urban apartment with a room divider that offers absolutely nothing? With space becoming a key aspect of contemporary apartment design a series of storage units that act as a room divider make perfect sense.
Bedroom compositions from Giellesse and Benedetti show us how even the smallest and most minimal nightstands can bring symmetry and visual balance to the room and those looking for nightstands that are far more space-conscious can opt for wall-mounted floating units that barely take up any foot room.
Adding and enhancing the organizational ability of your bedroom is the perfect walk-in closet or even a sleek wardrobe that makes your mornings a whole lot less messy! Leading the way in this regard is the functional and exquisite walk-in closet from IDEAGROUP that definitely is one of the best on display.
From those with daring chevron patterns that seems both classy and striking to beds with dark polished headboards that would easily fit in with the idea of a curated bachelor pad; it is a broad spectrum of inspiration indeed.
While Hello Kitty was born as the image of ideal British life in the 70s as perceived by those in Japan she quickly and seamlessly morphed into a global icon. One of the biggest reasons for the success and the quintessential popularity of Hello Kitty is believed to be her simple expression and ability to fit into almost any backdrop effortlessly.