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Design Inspiration – Design Firm Merges A Vespa With A Segway To Create ‘Vespa Segways’ – Article by Homado.com

Barcelona-based studio Bel & Bel wanted to merge two of their favorite things, Vespa scooters and Segways. Thus, they created the Vespa Segway. 

Making the popular self-balancing personal vehicle look like a Vespa, it definitely captures the hearts of Vespa lovers who want to take it just a little slower. 

Such design ideas are an inspiration for interior designers to also think out of the box and design something which has never been designed before. Find out more about interior design on www.homado.com

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Modern Beach house interior design inspired by the ocean – Article by Homado.com

Beach house by Homado.com

If you’re in the market for a new exotic beach locale to fall in love with, this is the house. Located in Phuket, a city famous for its spectacular beaches and world-class scuba diving, its ocean views will leave you drooling. But, the modern interior design by architectural studio A-cero takes things to the next level. By playing with colors and shapes, designers Joaquin Torres Arquitectos and Rafael Llamazares have found a way to have the beach’s waves relax you inside and out. At Homado.com there are various other architects who designs villas and beach houses. Check out their designs

Front elevation of beach house by homado.com

The hotel’s complex is comprised of ten villas. Two rooms of which were designed by A-cero. The rooms stand side-by-side and share a sizable pool. Both are intentionally shell-shaped to remind visitors of the sea. Arquitectos and Llamazares explain their architectural design choices as follows:

“Both [villas] play with each other and we tried to achieve the opposite interior design between them. In the first room, the vertical lines flow introducing into the sight of the visitor. In the second room the curved lines move horizontally embracing the space around. It is a game of vertical and horizontal lines that wrap the space. Looking for the ‘ying & yang’ and different sensations for each other.” 

This level of attention to detail continues in the interior as well. Each piece of furniture , including a head bead that is sculpturally attached to the ceiling, features heavily curved lines in order to mimic the waves that are just steps away. Additionally, they are all made of a high quality polycarbonate to minimize the appearance joints and painted a white color to maximize the reflection of natural light. Not that light is likely to be at a shortage since both the dining area and master bedroom offer floor to ceiling windows that show just how close the villas are to the sand.

A-cero’s desire to let nature dictate design extends beyond the guest rooms. Aziamendi, the hotel’s 3-Michelin-Star restaurant, is a glass box that’s meant to allow diners to fully immerse themselves in the beauty of their surroundings. The painstakingly-designed wood panels used for the ceiling to simulate the movement of waves and to highlight the motion, the floor has been designed with light wood while the ceiling is dark wood. Even the restaurant’s chairs have been upholstered in a specific shade of light green velvet to mimic the local vegetation.

With this level of care put into choosing the interior design elements, just imagine the customer service. Are you ready to pack your bags and head to the Iniala Beach House? 

Bathroom Design of beach house

Pool side of beach house

Bedroom design by Homado.com

bedroom interior design

Living room

Rear elevation

Restaurant design

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Interiors of Google’s worldwide offices – Article by Homado.com

Google reception desk

Its often said that the employees are the one which make a company awesome. But for the founders and owners to retain such employees has always been a task. Google has been a smart mover in this case. With a general attitude of making the workplace happy, the interior designs of all its offices across the world has been employee centric with a focus on making sure all the needs and the ‘luxury’ of the employee is taken care of. Interior designers had been given a specific task. Make the offices so funky that the employees would not want to go home. And guess what – it worked!

The happiness and satisfaction quotient of Google employees far surpass any other company and interiors has a huge role to play in it. At Homado.com we try to list such interior designers who are into commercial property interior designing and architecture. Here is a list of some photos of Googles offices across the world

Google play area

Colorful washroom

Work floor

Work area in booths

Break area

reception

Cafeteria

Workstation

Workfloor

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How To Make Your Home Totally Calm in 10 Steps by Homado.com

 

zen meditation room - Homado.com

As these erratic and stressful times make it increasingly difficult to find tranquility and relaxation in our lives, one of the few options left is to create a peace haven in the comfort of our own home. This is the reason why zen principles applied in interior design have increased in popularity and become a trend of modern days. But what does zen actually mean? In Japanese, Zen refers to meditation. In interior design, it reflects balance, harmony and relaxation. A lot of interior designers design homes and offices for a calm environment. If you are an interior designer who can make such homes and offices you should post your work on www.homado.com and get more business

Although zen is not a proper design style and does not come with a book of strict rules, it is often associated with minimalism, simplicity and purity of lines. It is rather a way of arranging your home and creating an atmosphere that offsets the stress and hassle of your daily routine. Fancy achieving that in your own home? Consider these 10 simple steps to turn your home totally zen. Do leave comments at the bottom of the page about the article

1. Go for earthy colours

A zen inspired design is all about natural colours, in soft tones, such as white, grey, shades of beige or pink beige, which have the power to induce a sense of relaxation and calmness. Chromatic harmony between the various elements is very important, as well as the visual continuity between walls, furniture and floors.

In order to add contour to a monochrome room, you may always choose to combine a dominant colour with matching objects and textured textiles such as white with moleskin or beige with rosewood. To create diversity combine two matching colours or play with degrades of your favorite colour.

Calm Living Room

2. Place softness at your feet

Parquet is always a safe choice, as well as any massive wooden flooring. White, greyish or any light coloured parquets are especially refined but you can also choose coloured parquet provided it matches the rest of the room.

Resin floor finishing can also be extremely comfortable for a modern or loft atmosphere. Wool carpets provide a real sense of comfort but require a higher level of maintenance. However, if you choose a carpet, you may refine your zen décor and reinforce the cocooning sensation of the room by associating several carpets made of wool or pure cotton. Again, pay attention that the carpets’ colour should match the floor or stay in the range of moleskin, khaki and grey.

Calm bedroom interior design

3. Choose natural and light fabrics

Fabrics should stick to the same rule of natural, light and comfortable. One of the essential elements of your zen décor are the curtains which provide a sensation of intimacy, while reducing noise and blocking air draughts. Give them a special treatment and go for natural textiles, such as linen, wool or bunting wool and match them with the rest of the room.

For a more elaborate ambiance, associate them with blinds that modulate light to obtain a different atmosphere. Pay special attention to the fixation systems, as it would be a pity to fix beautiful curtains on poor or non-matching rods.

Bedroom cum sitting area

4. Play with soft and natural light

For a fully relaxing space, replace harsh florescent lights with calming, nature-inspired or candle lights. Place different sources of light which will allow you to control the intensity and the areas to be lighted. Avoid projecting a strong direct light from the ceiling and take advantage of all possibilities to mix a floor lamp, a lamp set and indirect light.

For the bed area, wall-mounted reading lights are very practical as they can be oriented to emphasize the respective area, unlike bedside lamps which are rarely flexible. If you like diffused light, you may opt for some nice (scented) candles.

Sitting Area

5. Keep furniture simple and natural

Zen style furniture is characterized by simple and clear lines, avoiding complicated detail and excess ornamentation. The furniture should be high quality and made of natural materials as these bring a sense of warmth and relaxation. Storage pieces (closets, cupboards, chests of drawers) may be brought to life if painted in colours matching the rest of the interior. As the bedroom is usually the key room of a zen interior, here are some special recommendations for bedroom furniture:

Place the bed close to a source of natural light and avoid placing it in front of the door or a passage area. The height of the bed must be one you feel comfortable with, but high beds (more than 55 cm) usually accentuate the sensation of comfort. Pick upholstered, leather or patchwork headboards;

Keep your bed decorations to a minimum: use mohair, wool or fleeced covers or throws and do not exaggerate with the cushions. Rather go for different sized pillows with different pillowcases that you can arrange for sleeping or reading;

Nightstands are very useful and a nice feature of the décor. Again, be careful to choose pieces that integrate well into the design;

For a reading nook, choose a simple armchair and pay attention to the simple lines of the furniture.

bedroom interior design by homado

6. Keep ornaments and decorations to a minimum

For wall decorations there is the same word of order: simplicity. Avoid collections of paintings or photos and keep only those that are especially dear to you. For a fully harmonious and playful library, cover all your books in monochrome paper.

Dining Area

7. Enhance your room with natural scents

A homemade linen spray, soy or beeswax candles, and essential oils are all natural ways to enhance your room with fresh scents, which can not only be calming when it’s time to sleep, but also invigorating when it’s time to wake.

Balcony

8. Remove electronic disturbances

Electronic devices are most often a source of distraction and therefore do not integrate in a fully zen decor. However, if you need to have your TV set in the bedroom for instance, make sure you place it in a discrete area or hide it in a specially designed cupboard. As well, make sure you hide all wires and cables that could distort the serene atmosphere of the entire setting.

Relaxation Area

9. Bring in calmness with green plants

Plants have a calming effect through their soothing green colors and by providing oxygen. However, avoid flowers which need special maintenance or may emanate disturbing scents. Bonsai trees or hanging terrariums, for example, make a good choice and are often included in zen décor.

Low seating area

10. Eliminate clutter

Keep accessories to a minimum or eliminate them altogether, as clutter can inhibit relaxation. Clear your room of as many items as possible and keep only the essentials, but feel free to add whatever may bring you extra comfort.

Living Area

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Do’s and Dont’s of a Living Room Interior Design by Homado.com

Spacious and rich living room by Living and Decors

Spacious and rich living room by Living and Decors

Essentially a living room is considered to be the heart of a home. At one place it defines the taste of the owners and at the same time it is also considered a style statement. As much as being stylish, it should also be comfortable and have all adequate stuff that a typical guest would require. The purpose of a living room is to house the guests and visitors. The bedroom is more of a personal space and access is generally restricted to only the house members. So living room is the only place with which you can play around and make sure your guests leave on a high note. Homado.com lists such interior designers and architects who have a massive experience of designing such properties

Some of the amazing interior designers have listed a few a Do’s and Dont’s while designing a living room

Do’s:

  • It should be lavishly spread out
  • Sofa sets should be adequately spaced out for any person to walk in and walk out without making any other person move
  • Coffee table or the center table should not be more than 3 feet away for any sitting person
  • If a coffee table is not used, then a side table is essential
  • Carpet should be of a deep colour to prevent and hide stains from footwear
  • Lights should be installed in a such a way that the entire room is bright and at the same time doesnt hurt the eyes of the guests
  • Television sets should be placed well so that all members can view it without straining the neck

Dont’s:

  • Dining and living room should never be mixed. If you cannot have a seperate dining room, then a dining area should be dedicated assigned
  • Focus lights should not be on the seating area. It can highlight the walls
  • The AC vents should never be on top of the seating area
  • When building a villa never have a pillar obstructing the view of a living room.
  • The chandelier should not obstruct the air flow
  • Never have small windows. Natural light increases the warmth and coziness of the room

Here are some living room designed by top interior designers in India

Living room well designed by Design Innovation

Living room well designed by Design Innovation

Compact Living Room by Interior Designing Centre

Compact Living Room by Interior Designing Centre

Ample seating area living room Amigo Design

Ample seating area living room Amigo Design

Living Room Design by Versatil Creations

Living Room Design by Versatil Creations

Stylish Living Room by Kalpanik Designs

Stylish Living Room by Kalpanik Designs

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Rich and modern bedroom interior design ideas by Homado.com

Stylish Bedroom by Ground Line Interiors

Stylish Bedroom by Ground Line Interiors

A bedroom is a room where one spends more than 30% of his life. It is more than essential that the room is rich, bright and matches the taste of the person living in it. A bedroom showcases the attitude and lifestyle of a person.

It is said that a bedroom should be more spacious than any other room of the home. Do you agree ? Homado.com lists one of the premier interior designers who are masters in designing the bedrooms and other room of your apartment as you might dream it.

Some of the essentials that we believe is necessary in a bedroom:-

1) Natural Light
2) Smoothing Paint
3) Enough walking area
4) Walkin closet
5) Dedicated study area
6) Reading lamps
7) No Television (if possible 🙂 )

Have a look at some design ideas of various architects on Homado.com

Stylish bedroom by Amigo Designs

Stylish bedroom by Amigo Designs

Bright bedroom by Versatil Creations

Bright bedroom by Versatil Creations

Stone and lights well mixed to create the bed floor by Living and Decors

Stone and lights well mixed to create the bed floor by Living and Decors

Bed which can be converted into a seating when guests arrive by Interior Designing Center

Bed which can be converted into a seating when guests arrive by Interior Designing Center

Bedroom in white by The blue lane design

Bedroom in white by The blue lane design

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Sophisticated Penthouse Displaying Creative Design Ideas by Homado.com

Living cum bedroom on Homado.com

Welcome to a sophisticated contemporary penthouse with two roof terraces and an unforgettable interior design. The loft spreads over an area of more than 200 square meters. The heart of the apartment is a large living room, which hosts an inviting dining area, corner sofas and a beautiful fireplace. Natural materials are a recurring theme in this unique penthouse and are reflected by the polished pine floors that go hand in hand with the black painted ceiling beams. A piano is located next to one of the windows and we can only imagine how welcoming the atmosphere becomes, once someone starts playing. White walls contrast the colorful decorating elements of the interior and give an overall feeling of freshness. The penthouse has no less than three bedrooms, all ensuring a large degree of comfort. Have a look at the photos and don’t forget to share your impressions. On Homado.com you can find multiple more design ideas by amazing professionals

Living Room of a penthouse

Bathroom ideas

Rich and modern bedroom

Kitchen island

Piano Area

Bedroom design

Authentic bedroom

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