Bedside table often converts itself into our daily items junkyard which we casually place before going off to sleep. It is often the most neglected place in our interiors. You can make the bedside table the place where you can showcase your design aesthetics with proper styling. Even the boring alarm clock that you place since time immemorial can look extremely dapper with our styling ideas.
Be realistic about your space needs, if you need more storage don’t be afraid to choose a bedside table that has drawers or even one that has both an open and closed space in it – perfect for hiding those necessities and items you don’t want on display. Leave the top clutter free to show off your pretty pics or pictures of your most fond memories. If you have an open bedside table but need more storage, use decorative boxes or chic wicker baskets as a solution to hide away your bits and pieces and even the books that needs reading.
Remove everything that you have on your table and put it on a tray to make it look clutter free. Accentuate by adding a work of art along with decorative pieces to give it a complete makeover
We have been saying this in our blog that minimalism is the key and same goes with bedside table styling as well. Don’t be afraid to embrace bare space and let carefully chosen, timeless designs reveal and flatter the craftsmanship and materials of your table top. Make the space your own by going down the memory lane.
Bring Spark and shine to your table as it is the key when styling the bedside table because it gives the space a “lift.” The small gold vase is the hero on this elegant subtle colour table. Fresh blooms here is making way for wonders from nature.
Make your styling look colour coordinated so that you can create a story to make it look interesting. A well-coordinated nightstand looks chic and adds character to your table.
Dome Deco’s lighting fixtures from Spacio for your bedside table is the best solution to make it look cosmopolitan and fresh.
The Creative Head of Spacio Mr. Navin Kanodia says – “Giving twists to your bedside table through contemporary décor and accessories can be really refreshing. Spacio is the one stop solution to bring aesthetics and freshness to your boring bedside table.”
Gardeco the company was founded in September 1999 with only one objective: bringing affordable pieces of art to a broader public. Gardeco is a Belgian-based company, offering handcrafted pieces from around the world, selling in stores throughout the world. At the moment, Gardeco showcases the talent of a number of European and South American artists. From the pure line of ceramic sculptures, to the sophisticated bronze sculptures, without forgetting the exquisite glass work and the environmentally conscious paper art. Every piece is unique and handcrafted with care and dedication. Here in this blog we will view some of the mesmerising collection on wall décor from the brands most renowned artists with a brief description on the kind of work they do.
These wall panels are handcrafted in order to create its mosaics. All the products are manufactured with a great respect for the environment. The panels are made of certified teak wood from a plantation in Brazil (according to FSC Standards). The wood used is also treated for moisture and termites. It has outstanding acoustic and thermal control properties besides its beauty.
Domingos Tótora is an unusual visual artist who lives and works in the interior of Brazil (Maria da Fé-MG). He produces artworks based on recycled paper Kraft. Nature is the inspiration and commitment of his work. Domingos Tótora’s creations embody sustainable ideals with natural materials and reflects organic processes and cycles within a fresh, contemporary context. Disque Frisco is one such bright example of his work as displayed here.
Selma Calheira’s Floral joy and happy faces from Cores Da Terra collection entwined in clay is a marvel of designs.
Her artwork is all about people: about us, men, women, and about how we deal with our experiences in life. People are her mirror and our vulnerability is always the underlying idea. Intrigued as she is by what can be seen on faces or bodies, her figures mostly don’t act, they stand still and hold their hands beside their bodies or in their pockets. Her goal is to depict our moods and feelings. AART is Marijke Vijfhuizen’s artwork figure in stainless steel.
Gardeco stands for anonymous, but authentic and pared down art-decoration objects. Made from fine quality materials such as ceramics, bronze and glass. They are created by local artisans, real people that have feelings and respect for the Earth that they illustrate through their craftsmanship. For them, to feel is as important as to see. Hope the above artistic craftsmanship on wall décor mesmerized you the same way it mesmerized us while doing this blog.
The Paulo Antunes creation stands for luxury, maximum comfort and handcrafted excellence. Conceived by a spirit of cooperation between craftsmanship, design and well- being, the Paulo Antunes collection always conveys a sense of visual comfort. The products are articulated between the handwork, the ancestral technique and design. We will be browsing through some of their lovely collection of side tables and tables which conveys visual comfort beyond imagination.
The BOARD side tables are Nordic-inspired item, thanks to its simplistic design, taking us to the natural element of life. Its functionality is maximized, since its Ash top, inspired in a plate is removable from the lacquered metal structure.
The CROWN table, as its name suggests, is the personification of a crown. This table, due to the complexity of its handmade structure in solid Ash wood, makes it one of the stars of ‘North’ Collection. Its complexity and robustness makes it strongly elegant. The contrast of the opened design and the robustness of the Ash makes it strongly elegant.
The HEMINGWAY table will make you want to work, study and, most likely, create. The detail in leather is just the necessary complement.
The table in Oak and the bench in Oak and lacquered, are undoubtedly, inspired on the format of a pencil. It is a very strong item, as far as its lines are concerned, making every atmosphere singular and less formal. This can be an ideal addition for kids room.
Diwali is known as the festival of lights. We are just a few days away from Diwali and the preparations are on full swing. One of the best things about festivities is actually the anticipation, excitement, and the preparation that goes with it. We are sure that the scouting for décor and accessories are in its final stage and we at Spacio are equally excited just like you to open its bag full of accessories to kindle the festive spirit inside you. Let us go through some of the suggestion and products that we have at disposition.
Let’s do things differently this Diwali. Along with glitter let’s get in warm tones of flowers for our console to get the chic festive vibe.
Revamp the look for Diwali this season with Dome Deco’s traditional Hurricane lights in their newest form. The hurricane lights sets a different level of decoration standards this season with their illumination which is beyond beautiful.
Germanium LED wallpaper from Meystyle is the new classy way of decorating your house this Diwali. Glam up your walls with inbuilt lights, instead of messy fairy lights.
Grant lighting creates a festive ambiance but t-lights or candle holders like this from Dome Deco brings an air of sophistication and celebration.
Another simple yet effective way of decorating the house for Diwali is to decorate your coffee table with t-lights, fresh flowers and décor accents which proves beneficial for surprising guests during festivals and also helps in adding character to the coffee table. A perfect spot for having all the fun indoor amusement during the season.
The Creative Head of Spacio Mr. Navin Kanodia says – “You might get confused with the myriads of options thrown at you in the name of décor and accessories during Diwali. Spacio is a one stop solution for all your Diwali related interiors where you want to bring your personality before your guests. On a festive note I would like to sign off by wishing our readers a very happy Diwali from Team Spacio.”
Be it fashion, furniture or accessories we love to follow trends. We do love our classics but things that are passé doesn’t suit the current trends of interiors and décor. We need to ask ourselves one question- Why do some homes look dated and tired while others always look fresh and current? Given below are some of comparisons sorted for your clear understanding of dated and contemporary styling of interiors.
Damask is a pattern which garnered popularity in the 90’s which can be updated by a large statement bloom instead in today’s interiors.
A large bloom looks quite classy and chic instead of continuous damask pattern which after a point becomes monotonous.
Fast furniture is the easy-to-assemble (and even easier to afford) designs which really blew up in the mid-1980s and have been going strong since. The modern version of fast furniture is simple and bold colour functional pieces like these ones.
Tuscan furniture was quite popular during the 2000 which got replaced by the Italian furniture which has a special place in everybody’s home these days.
An interior in Italian furniture looks chic and comfortable for modern living. The appeal is quite invigorating.
In the 80’s the pastel story was all about dusty blue or dusty pink colour which did not give a clean look. Today’s pastel story is about muted tones of pink and blue and everything light in shade which gives a very classy touch to any interiors.
The industrial styling of furniture was all about using bare lights hanging from the walls but these days the lighting effect has changed a most composed and sophisticated form of lighting effect has taken its place.
The MD and Creative Head of Spacio Mr.Navin Kanodia says “The interiors today is also about timeless pieces which has been in the history but has modified and nurtured itself to fit into the trend of time. We want our readers to seek out designs, styles and colors that are considered to be “dated,” and have been given a touch a modernity through revamping.”