Iiris Kiviluoma

Iiris Kiviluoma

Iiris Kiviluoma
Muita ideoita: Iiris
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A little boy in Paris with a seriously cool bedroom - great holiday gift project

A little boy in Paris with a seriously cool bedroom - great holiday gift project

Bedroom divider | Fantastic Frank

Bedroom divider | Fantastic Frank

Bedroom | Interior design by Mirella Melander-Salminen, Tamio Salminen and Ulla Koskinen/DekoMirella Melander-Salminen, Tamio Salminen and Ulla Koskinen/Deko | Architectural Design by Kaipainen architects, project architect Juuso Heino

Bedroom | Interior design by Mirella Melander-Salminen, Tamio Salminen and Ulla Koskinen/DekoMirella Melander-Salminen, Tamio Salminen and Ulla Koskinen/Deko | Architectural Design by Kaipainen architects, project architect Juuso Heino

glass kitchen doors.

glass kitchen doors.

Love the fresh colors and the small space between the windows used as a bookshelf

Love the fresh colors and the small space between the windows used as a bookshelf

Love love love how they cut into the ceiling. Would be cool in the bedroom upstairs. #japaneseinterior #interiordesign

Love love love how they cut into the ceiling. Would be cool in the bedroom upstairs. #japaneseinterior #interiordesign

Beautiful and Practical: Windows Indoors. "A glass divider keeps this apartment, from Dom & Wnetrze via Domaine Home, feeling airy and spacious. The curtain behind the divider can be drawn for a little extra privacy."

Beautiful and Practical: Windows Indoors. "A glass divider keeps this apartment, from Dom & Wnetrze via Domaine Home, feeling airy and spacious. The curtain behind the divider can be drawn for a little extra privacy."

modern interior design with bright decoration patterns and color accents

modern interior design with bright decoration patterns and color accents

Love this..it's modern, it's elegant and it still fits into the setting..working with the context really is one of the most important things an architect has to do if you ask me..

Love this..it's modern, it's elegant and it still fits into the setting..working with the context really is one of the most important things an architect has to do if you ask me..