These stainless steel kitchen gadgets such as coffee makers and fruit and vegetable juicers offer style and functionality. Add an elegant touch to your kitchen with espresso maker and tea maker from Bodum, stainless steel juicer by Angel, and stainless steel espresso coffee maker base with Aladdin ceramic pot.
Here is an interesting decorating idea for the living room — rugs inspired by the iconic Royal Mail stamps featuring the image of a young Queen Elizabeth II. The Stamp Rug can be used as a conventional carpet or hung on a wall as a decorative picture. Rug Maker has been officially granted the licence by the Royal Mail to manufacture this exclusive collection of Stamp Rugs. The collection has a wide palette of colours and are handmade in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal from 100% New Zealand wool. This unique rug design creates a regal and elegant atmosphere to any room.
You can create your own Pencil Bowl with hexagonal colour pencils. Designer Michiel Cornelissen created this original concept by combining 36 standard hexagonal colour pencils of about 7.0 mm cross section. It’s an inexpensive and creative way to decorate any room.
The vibrant colours of these eggcups will brighten your morning breakfast of boiled eggs! Designer Pernille Vea created these eggcups using the designs of late architect and interior designer Verner Panton. These limited edition eggcups are designed for Danish company Menu, and are available from dealers around the world.
You can create an elegant bathroom with stylish looking hardware. These bathroom waste cans and toilet brush provide sophistication with a timeless sense of chic.
Dutch designer Tord Boontje decided to go green with style and developed this series of glassware — tranSglass — from recycled bottles. Empty bottles become vases and candleholders. A diagonally-cut bottle is turned into a jug. The bottom half of beer bottles become drinking glasses.
This contemporary ceiling suspension light, designed by Ross Lovegrove, places a floating assembly of large pebbles with polished chrome finish below a aluminum disc. The chrome pebbles reflect each other, bouncing light between their surfaces and the surrounding environment. There are two halogen lamps that sit atop the two lowest pebbles, reflecting light up to the aluminum disc. The Artemide Mercury Ceiling Suspension creates optimum lighting precision using minimum energy resources.
The simplicity of this table lamp designed by Christian Finke reduces the trimmings and frills, putting more emphasis on workmanship. It is also an expression of composure.