The Office from MTV in Germany is an example of one of the most uniquely done home décor. This is one of a kind workplace which is completely different from the customary office looks. The home interior is extremely stylish and fashionable with a touch of elegance. The entire office has been given a contemporary look.
Decorating your child’s room can be fun and easy, especially when it comes to Disney themes. Kids are obsessed with most Disney characters. Colorful and friendly, these characters prove to be a perfect theme for your kids’ room décor. The advantage of using Disney as a bedroom theme is that there is so much stuff to choose from that it actually makes it difficult to pick the best ones. The characters can transform your kid’s space into an expression of their fantasies and interests. Be it Mickey Mouse or Uncle Scrooge, the children would love to have their favorite characters as their companions. So, bring your kids’ room to life through the magic of Disney. Create a completely new world for them, while inspiring their growing imaginations. Boys and girls will love to spend time in this room. Featuring amazing “Mickey and Friends” wall murals and portraits and colourful decor. Complete with Mickey Mouse television, Playstation2 and a box of toys for young children. Each accessory has been chosen to complement this amazing room.
There is a very voyeuristic part of us that loves to see the inner workings of other people’s homes and Juergen Chill’s photographs feed that interest. His unexpected vantage point and subject matter takes this into a whole new realm. Apartment Therapy is a place to discuss and discover ways in which to make the space in which you live healthy, beautiful, and functional. Juergen Chill is entering into “personal, intimate locations which not many know,” that stray from the norm, by many standards. By photographing rooms in bordellos and prison cells, he is giving us a glimpse into rooms that are appointed with things other than what we may consider typical motivations for decor.
We can take lightly take the freedom to choose how our surroundings appear. There are many people, however, that don’t have the freedom to exert much control at all. “Those that do not have it must adjust to whatever opportunities exist and strive to create their own place.” Juergen Chill has entered into the “homes” of prisoners in Germany, and given us a unique perspective on the rooms in which they spend a great deal of their lives. In a parallel universe, Chill has also granted us a peek at the rooms within a bordello. Clearly, the inspiration for the decor in these rooms may be different from what most consider. All of Chill’s photographs are done from a unique aerial perspective, and are at once intriguing and unsettling. Take a look at more of Juergen Chill’s fascinating work here. Investigate the rooms of others, and enjoy the graphic nature of his photographs.
You can be wise and creative by choosing sinks. This creative idea leaves you with two benefits. This is where you have to be really creative. White and biscuit are the two predominant colors that people love. You would generally find both white colored and biscuit colored sinks from any leading manufacturer. Also there are number of products with attractive curves and designs. Especially the lengthy pedestal can provide much scope to attractive designs. This is where you must be choosy and creative. We present you the most creative and sinks you’ve ever seen.
Disegno Ceramica has introduced a line of sinks and bathroom fixtures that show off a playful form while making no sacrifices when it comes to function. The most attractive is the Splash Collection comprising a shower base, wall hanging wash basin and a pedestal sink. Three colors plus white are available.
This sink features no visible pipes and a self draining surface. The linear design aspect contains both a visual and physical function. Designed by Will MacCormac, the curve of this sink is very slight so it can reduce splashing effectively, and the slots are used to guide water into the hole.
This particular gadget illustrates how important it is to conserve water. When you are using this sink to wash your hands, the fish loses its real estate if you take too much time. Yes, the water level in the fish bowl will actually go down if you are scrubbing your hands too long. In case you are wondering, there are safety features so the fish won’t have all of its precious water taken away. Just to let you know, you are not using the same water that a fish inhabiting. It’s just made to appear that way. The truth is the fish water drains underneath the sink, and then will return to normal.
Want to draw your guest attention to your sink? This waterfall sink from CBD Glass might be the answer, just look at the picture. The wall-mounted glass waterfall sink is an extraordinarily versatile and beautiful architectural element for the way we live today, enhancing the elegance and style of any bathroom.
Forget filling up the sink with water-this Abisko Washbasin from Eumar is more a water flume than a sink. Turn on the faucet, and the water flows all the way down its undulating shape, draining through a strategically placed grate. There’s also a version that turns the mini-river you create into a waterfall. We’d like to see something in between, turning your wastewater into whitewater rapids. No pricing info was available, but this is cool enough to sacrifice a bit of money down the drain.
In this sink each piece was clearly individually sculpted. The surrounding decor suggests an elegant setting- so really, it may have been a bold move to include such sexy bathroom sinks in whatever location this may be.
Most forward is the full width VIP Stateroom which includes a centerlined king-sized bed and large ensuite shower, steam room, and head facilities. This VIP staterom is located down and forward of the galley, breakfast nook area. It is private from the other sleeping quarter areas of the yacht.
The large Galley, Breakfast Area includes an oval settee for seating up to eight. This is a very generously sized area of the yacht with an open and waste-high cooking, bar island partition. Along the passageway to starboard is the companionway up to the Pilothouse, access to the side deck . The companionway down to the Owners and Guest Staterooms is on the port side.
The Owner’s Stateroom is full width and just forward of amid-ships. It includes a centerlined king-sized bed, outboard vanity to starboard, a double-seat settee to port, walk-in wardrobe, sofa lounge, and a large bath area with a steam room and stall shower.
From centerline, going aft, there is a Gym and Excercise room to starboard with a Proteus freeweight machine. The two Guest Staterooms are amidship. The port stateroom has a queen bed and the starboard stateroom has twin singles. Each stateroom is ensuite with shower and head facilities.
The sumptuous Main Salon features satin varnished woods and earth-tone colored decor styling. Comfort seating for eight people. The Dining Area is forward and has seating for up to eight people. The Aft Deck features an integrated U-shaped settee and table, wet bar with pedestal seating and steps to port and starboard to the intergal swim platform. The Bridge Deck, Pilothouse includes port and starboard settees in the helm area. Centerlined steps up to the Top Deck with jacuzzi to starboard and wet bar with pedestal seating to port. Tender and water toy stowage aft.
Crew’s quarters are aft. Captain’s cabin with double bed and private head, shower. Two double crew cabins with upper and lower singles each with private head and shower.
Miami-based interior designer Charles Allem did an incredible job with The Mira Hotel, making it one of the most stunning hotels in Hong Kong. With its modern yet warm vibe and incredible lighting, the hotel has done its share to attract a younger, hipper crowd, but it is still predominantly patronized by working professionals.
Mira Hong Kong’s half century of first name hospitality and a sense of being ‘at home’.
Located on Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, in the heart of one of Hong Kong’s busiest shopping and commercial districts, Mira Hotel boasts of 492 rooms that are well-designed and suits the requirements of business travellers and holiday makers. Every room is equipped with amenities such as telephone, wireless Internet access and coffeemaker.
Mira Hong Kong also boasts an area of 15,000 square feet of ballroom, making it the biggest hotel ballroom in Hong Kong. The Ballroom can be divided into several individual function rooms to accommodate from the smallest of group to the most lavish of banquets, meetings, conventions, weddings, and other premier events.
Ballroom on the 18th floor overlooking the Kowloon Park is one of the most spectacular in the area offering day and night views of both Kowloon city and HK Island. 18 beautifully crafted Czech crystal chandeliers adorn the tall ceiling. Sophisticated built-in lighting system provides virtually unlimited scene-setting capability to suit any event.
Asian and International Delicacies offers you a relaxing dining experience, with the delicious food and beverages, music, decor, ambience and lighting all come together to form one of the hippest dining spots in the city. The designer lobby and entrance complement newly refurbished rooms that feature stylish colour palettes with contemporary touches, will-appointed facilities and full amenities. The hotel also has 1 bar and lounge plus 3 restaurants offering International and Chinese.
This highly anticipated suite at the pinnacle of Manhattan’s tallest hotel is a collaboration between owner Ty Warner, designer Peter Marino and architect I.M. Pei, who came out of retirement to join in the creation of America’s most exclusive accommodation. With cantilevered glass balconies and floor-to-ceiling bay windows, set beneath 25-foot cathedral ceilings, the Ty Warner Penthouse offers a breathtaking 360-degree view of all Manhattan. Custom-commissioned in every detail, from semi-precious stone surfaces to fabrics woven with platinum and gold, the nine-room suite creates the sense of living within a multilayered work of art. It raises the bar for even the most seasoned travellers. Penthouse guests enjoy amenities as impressive as their quarters: TVs programmed for every channel worldwide, unlimited global telephone calling, the services of both a personal butler and a personal trainer/therapist, and a private chauffeur for unlimited travel during your stay in your choice of a Rolls Royce Phantom or a Mercedes Maybach.
The décor is contemporary and understated, featuring the finest handcrafted furniture, English sycamore panelling and imported fabrics in light, soothing colours.
All accommodations offer an oval desk with two leather-upholstered chairs. Standard amenities to maximise productivity and relaxation include wired or wireless Internet access, a refrigerated private bar, CD and DVD players and all-news cable network service. Other signature features include Florentine marble bathrooms with a glass-enclosed shower stall, a deep soaking tub that fills in 60 seconds and a private changing area.
When the hotel was announced in January 1989, it was to have a main tower of 46 stories and a smaller tower of some 20 stories, with a total of 400 rooms. Completion was planned for late 1991. Construction was financed by a loan from a consortium of six Japanese banks, led by the Long-Term Credit Bank. The others were the Ashikaga Bank, Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation, Mitsui Trust and Banking Company, Nippon Credit Bank and Sumitomo Trust and Banking Company. The hotel was named Regent New York Hotel and managed by Regent International Hotels of Hong Kong, in which EIE International had a 30 percent interest.
When the Japanese real estate market imploded in 1990, the hotel was sold to the Four Seasons group to recover from bad loans. Today the hotel is owned by Ty Warner Hotels and Resorts.