24 Days Of Christmas Crushes – 6 Days to Go! – The Design Files
The Design Files
Checking out the works featured over at The Design Files is like stumbling onto a collective of some of the coolest artists and content creators you ever did see. It’s like getting into an exclusive club in which only the elites can show off their stuff-and yet it is totally friendly and accessible. Everything pops in a splash of color and creativity, extending a hand and waving the viewer over to become immersed in a world of art and happiness.
You can find photography, fashion, interior design, and even some food on this blog. Everything evokes a smile and has you wondering what will happen next. For example, their latest photo is of one of a fellow named John Richardson, filmmaker and surrounded by his creations in a photo that is haunting and powerful all at once. Meanwhile,a young man poses in front of a wall covered in pop art, wearing a loud but wonderful Hawaiian shirt. You can see him flip from one side to the other, revealing a shirt of a different color scheme on back. It is all just so smile-inducing!
Aside from the art installations touted on their site, the way they feature interior decoration is enough to get everyone’s creative juices flowing. The chairs and tables chosen for each design are retro and yet meet today’s criteria for a great and stylish place to hang out. For example, the image of a kitchen in a “reimagined Australian homestead” features funky half-back chairs in orange surrounded by demure shades of gray, black and white. Another features a kitchen all in white, complete with a retro refrigerator that would look at home in any 1950’s television sitcom. Cool retro lamps hang above, bare bulbs accentuating the minimalist looks. As a matter of fact, the most organic and vibrant colors come from the spices so artfully arranged upon a nearby, built in shelf. A few feet away in the kitchen sit a classic dining set constructed of wood, completing the look and making it oh so inviting for guests.
Whatever you seek, just go to the Design Files. It’s the most creative and inspiring fun you will have!
Rebeka Morgan is a founder of BuildHer Collective. Her desire to help women build is driven from the many enquires she receives, her thirst for knowledge, and her vast business experience and passion for building. Northcote. Rebeka is CEO of Beirin Projects which focus’ on high end renovation and construction in the inner North. She is passionate about sharing knowledge and experience and in her spare time she is a tutor at Swinburne University.
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