CollidingInspiration taken from different cultures. Techniques and materials that speak about the importance of historic values within our modern society. Colors, textures and twists. Yarns and needles. All of these elements and more contribute to creating a warm residential environment connecting cultures and technologies.
We’ve all seen bean bags made out of different fabrics, but there is just something special about a knitted bean bag. Besides its natural feature of molding to your body to offer a comfortable lounging experience, bean bags need texture and color to truly become part of the space they adorn.
Stools with knitted wool tops, coverings or wool-dressed legs are a fun, rural-inspired way to decorate your home this winter. Yarn and other soft materials can be knitted into a range of furnishings, even contemporary ones.
Artistic Poufs Wearing Knitted Clothes
Craft skills were artistically employed in the creation of Poland-based Monomoka Studio‘s versatile poufs that can easily define a space with their sculptural aesthetics. Warmth is seen in the choice of materials, while geometric and organic inspiration shape these two furniture pieces: Cubes and Stormy Rose.
Knitted lights have also become part of our interior design landscape. After all, there are no limits to what we can create. There are only challenges. And because designers take challenges seriously, we get to display their creativity in the comfort of our own home.
Imagine a colorful knitted rug laying in a minimalist space – the warmth of woven strings immediately warm up the atmosphere. Intricate patterns in natural colors are also easy to display and create a sense of coziness.