Sao Paulo-based studio Guilherme Torres has completed the BL House project.
Completed in 2007, this 5,220 square foot contemporary home is located in Londrina, a city located in the northern region of the state of Paraná, Brazil.
Ideal for use in nurseries, kindergartens and schools, these small-scale kid’s bathrooms are designed especially with little ones in mind.
The rounded shapes, bold colours and influences from the animal and plant kingdoms give the florakids bathroom a feeling of fantasy and playfulness, which creates an environment perfect for kids to learn about hygiene.
The centrepiece is a washstand with a basin in the shape of a flower blossom, available in white, red or green. The range also features ceramic shelves, shaped like little clouds that can be used to complement the washbasin and they come in matching colours too. Mirrors are available in a red mirror flower design, or a green mirror caterpillar design whereby the mirrors can be lined up in series to create a comical caterpillar.
Chamber Furniture kitchen
While it seems natural to put traditional-style furniture in a period property, there’s no real need to stick to convention. Choosing the right colour palette, however, will make sure your design works. White spray-painted handleless units with deep composite quartz worktops, mixed with reflective glass, make the most of this high-ceilinged room. Wide wooden floorboards emphasise the space.
Chamber Furniture kitchens start from £40,000
The Wilton Residence is a 1930’s hunting lodge located in the historical heart of Connecticut. The home belongs to an American family, who after living in Europe for 13 years returned to the US.
The interior is a reflection of their years living abroad with an eclectic mix of high European contemporary design, personal mementos and a classic American style. UXUS wanted to create an invigorating energy by fusing a pioneering spirit with the inherent comfort of effortless style – colonial yet innovative. Inspired by Rustic Luxury and essential beauty found in simple things, every space within the Wilton Residence exudes openness, personality and playful sophistication.
When designing the spaces, a key objective was to create an inviting environment for the family and their guests. Interior spaces celebrate the family’s stories, moments and inspirations with a whimsical touch.