Featuring tailor-made components that ensure the best sound quality, the MinuSkull looks fresh and exciting for those who love to be surrounded by interesting objects. Created by the duo design team of Kuntzel+Deygas, the skull shaped speakers were hand-crafted in France and were intended for domestic use only. You can enjoy the quality sound and design in your home or office. The MinuSkull is available in three versions: black or white piano lacquer or the classic walnut wood. The designers explain their inspiration and result in the following: “Re-exploring the esoteric aspects of Hi-Fi is almost like searching for a forgotten secret, experiencing rare sensations. It’s luxurious, it’s like driving a chic sports car without any speed limit. We really like the sound broadcast by MinuSkull. It’s warm, wide and precise, and reflects the atmosphere of our studio, where sound and image naturally merge.”
And one of my all-time favorite shelf styling tricks is to display plants on the top layer of shelving, which will draw the eye upward, as well as create height and drama. Below we see shelf-top plants in a tour of my retro-modern home office. Last but not least, we shine the spotlight on the challenging task of styling kids’ room shelving, drawing inspiration from the product photography of The Land of Nod. The Zero Gravity Wall Shelf below illustrates a perfect balance of practicality and design flair, mixing carefully placed toys with books in eye-catching colors.
Sunken living rooms were all the rage in the 60s and 70s, but they can still be just as comfy and stylish in the aughts. With so many of us opting for open plan spaces these days, creating a casual but defined “conversation pit” is a fun way to break up your living room into manageable zones. Read on for some of our favorite inspiration rooms featuring cozy sunken living areas that we’d love to nestle up in. The soaring ceilings of this bright and airy Texas home are further exaggerated by its recessed seating area. The raw look of the wooden ceilings and concrete floors are softened by strategically placed pops of color and plush pillows.