First introduced in 2011, the Dutch Design Chair quickly became very popular. Being both a sturdy, durable stool with simplistic, beautiful yet affordable design.
The Dutch Design Chairs are made from FSC certified cardboard and can carry 200 pounds with ease.
‘WOODSTACK’ as featured above, won reddot design award in 2013.
We only have a few left of these dutch design chairs… so grab yours before they’re all gone!
Is there anything better than a warm and toasty winter night in?? All snuggled up in blankets on the sofa, in front of a roaring open fire, sipping on hot chocolate (or something a little stronger if you wish). We are loving the winter cabin interior look this December at Dot Maison. Head to our Pinterest Page to peruse the rest of our cabin fever inspirations. Below are a few of our favorite stylish cabin looks.
Image from Pinterest – source not listed.
Image from PLANETE DECO via Pinterest.
THE ESSENCE OF JOY via Pinterest
Image from COLD TOES COSY CLOTHES via Pinterest
DESIRE TO INSPIRE via Pinterest.
Shop the look here with Dot Maison - below are three of our favourite Cabin Fever products available online now.
Flow Storage Rack – perfect for logs.
Chimo 4 Piece Fireplace Set
Monroe Faux Fur Blanket – perfect comfort blanket.
Lots of Cozy Love, DM XX
As winter well and truly creeps upon us and the darkness takes over the night sky, why not take full advantage by treating your self to a cosy candle lit night in. At a strike of one match your home can be transformed to a rich warm and cosy, ambient habitat that any visitor will be in awe of.
Here are some of our favourite scented candles ready and waiting for your perusal.
Millefiori Amber Scented Candle
Millefiori Fig Scented Candle
Orla Kiely Basil and Mint Scented Candle.
Orla Kiely Fig Tree Scented Candle
Pantone Caribbean Scented Candle
Pantone Rose and Amber Scented Candle
From catwalk to couch, stripes are fast becoming an integral interior design feature. Be these, thick, thin, horizontal or vertical, these simple timeless lines are set to make bold graphic statements with out being overpowering on current décor schemes. With similar effects of a statement print on soft furnishings or a wallpapered feature wall, choose your stripes wisely, less can be more here.
For a more intense graphic look monochromatic stripes set the perfect ambience for an office or stream lined kitchen. For more relaxing tones, look at using stripes on furniture or textiles such as curtains, bed linen or bath towels – this will help to create a much softer stripey look, which equally will still impress your neighbours.
Here are a few inspiration image taken from PINTEREST. For those of you who are unfamiliar with PINTEREST this is a great site to help collect ideas and inspiration’s, and to be completely honest with you, we at Dot Maison have quickly become addicted. So don’t forget to follow us in order to check out other crucial interior trends and inspirations we are yet to explore.
Image from ModHomeEc
Above image from Hot Style Design
Above image from Decor8
Above - Alto Bedding by Jalla from Dot Maison
Above – Alpage Bedding by Essix from Dot Maison
The best forms of art can provide a transporting effect or an exhilarating flight of fancy. NEXT Architects have taken these ideas of wonder in order to create this incredible sculptural staircase. Located in Rotterdam, Holland, the piece is part of a local art project entitled the ‘elastic perspective’.
Offering visitors the chance to climb the steps and view the Rotterdam skyline, the piece is made up of a rust coloured strip. Based around the idea and principal of the Möbius strip – a surface with only one side – the stairs bend and turn seemingly without beginning or end.
Located in the Rotterdam suburb of Carnisselande, the designers set out to capture some of the ambiguous feelings attributed by the suburbanites towards their mother city.
As the designers put it; the stairway “forces them to retrace their steps back into their suburban reality. Rotterdam, by tram just minutes away, but in perception and experience tucked behind infrastructure and noise barriers; far away, so close.”
There are few things in life more pleasurable than sitting down to relax in a welcoming environment with a coffee and a book. The designers of D’espresso a new coffee shop in New York certainly think so – their work firmly instils a gorgeous amount of literary glamour to the comfortable interior.
The group of designers, artists and architects at Nemaworkshop made use of uniquely printed tiles to give the appearance of stacks of paperbacks on the walls. Offering visitors a relaxing and artistic environment to enjoy a fresh espresso, the coffee shop looks certain to be something of a hit!
Eva Solo Garden Set of Tools
The wait is nearly over. Yes, Spring is about to Spring once again and it could well be the perfect time to try out some new ideas in the garden and outdoors. A good quality tool set is vital for the keen gardener, and the superbly designed one from Eva Solo is just that. Consisting of a digging trowel and a lifting fork, the set is available in cool grey or lively green.
Eva Solo rain gauge
Keeping ahead of what the weather is doing is essential for all gardeners, no matter what level of ability. The rain gauge from Eva Solo can show exactly how much rain has fallen in the night or whenever you’ve been away. As a means of assessing just how much hydration plants and flowers need it can be highly useful.
Misoni Rainbow Cushions
For perfect comfort in the garden and the great outdoors why not try out the relaxing styles of these fantastic cushions (above) ? Created by the style experts at Missoni, they and all the other items featured are available now at Dotmaison. Celebrate the Spring in the best possible way and get yourself outdoors and – hopefully – into the sun!
Every artist relies on the humble pencil to create, design and draw. However, not all of them contemplate incorporating the tool itself into their personal artwork. But that is exactly what the Brazilian artist and designer Dalton Ghetti has taken on. The results, as can be seen here, are truly remarkable…
Ghetti explores many different subjects in his work, from political and sociological events to typographical designs such as the 26 letters of the English alphabet (above).
Ghetti’s painstaking approach to his work fully pays off time and again, with a detailed precision of handling the items maximising the effect. As he explains, “I use the sewing needle to make holes or dig into the graphite. I scratch and create lines and turn the graphite around slowly in my hand”. The technique certainly works and gives a whole new dimension to the stationary essential.
Pencil lovers can find out more at Dalton Ghetti.