We received photos and information about Boom Boom Chairs, a project by designer Christine Delvecchio that you will certainly find original: “Inspired by the exquisite craftsmanship and luxurious fabrics of fine upholsterers from Spain, Italy and even Dubai then peppered with the unique and eccentric influences of South Beach Miami. Boom Boom Chairs are all recycled and refurbished chairs from the USA and Europe, circa 1920-1970. Each chair is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that will never be duplicated. Authentic Boom Boom chairs are labeled and hand signed by the designer along with every craftsman or woman that were involved with the re-birth of the chair. This Authenticates the chair but it also promotes the utmost pride from every crafter. Boom Boom Chairs are not for everyone, nor will they be available to just anyone, because it simply will not be possible to mass produce this particular line of chairs… If you see a Boom Boom chair that you love, keep this is mind…that is the ONLY one”. Enjoy the details and feel free to comment on the original design of the armchairs below.
You can never have enough storage in the kitchen. If you lack cabinet space but have just enough room along an area of a wall, an armoire can serve as a wonderful pantry. Check out this great example from Decoholic. Alternatively, you could use the same idea as above, but for coffee instead. Ever Evolving Life 4-5 shows the complete transformation this armoire went through to become a cute little coffee bar.
The Stacked system was designed by Julien De Smedt for Muuto. Held together using small clips, Stacked comprises modules of varied sizes that are arranged to create many different storage solutions and set-ups. The 835 Infinito modular bookcase was designed by Franco Albini for Cassina. Comprised of vertical elements, containers with doors or flaps and shelves in two depths, Infinito is an expression of possibilities that are designed to bring order to a space. Randomito from MDF Italia is a single unit hanging bookcase (available in white, orange, sand and green) that can also be turned upside down. Combining units provides a larger configuration with a striking visual impact.