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Romantic, Beautiful Blushing Rooms

Romantic, Beautiful Blushing Rooms
Blush pink is whimsical, romantic, beautiful and subdued. We love the femininity behind the color and also the fashion-forward and sometimes sexy, elegant appeal it can have within a room. And that's why we've rounded up 10 stunning, blushing rooms with that effortless, touchable, cool and delicate design. Take a peek!
1. Ultra Girl.

Cover a room in blush to tone down the boldness or harsh looks on your eyes, and then use other shades of this girlish color to compliment and shine light on the coolness. We love how the hot pinks throughout the room shine even brighter with its softer pair.
2. On Edge.

This room takes blush pink into uncharted territories. It's modern, fresh, funky and completely hipster in first-glance vibes. We love the contrast of gold, charcoal and its pink foundation. The texture wall also helps to make the blush pop!
3. Delicate Dining.

I, personally, would love this space in my own home. It's relaxing and subtle, it&#…

Reintroduction of Arne Jacobaen's Tongue chair

Danish manufacturer Howe is wisely capitalizing on the success of its reintroduction of Arne Jacobsen's Tongue Chair last year by relaunching another Jacobsen design: the Munkegaard chair, also known (more memorably) as the Mosquito chair.

Originally introduced in 1955, and designed for the classrooms of the Munkegaard school, north of Copenhagen, Jacobsen's design bears an uncanny resemblance to his eternally classic 3107 chair. Like the 3107, the Munkgaard's seat and back are comprised of a single piece of bent plywood, and rests upon steel legs angled identically to that of the 3107. As with Howe's relaunch of the Tongue Chair, more advanced technologies have improved upon Jacobsen's original design by injecting durability and sustainability into the chair's construction method.

The Munkegaard joins an ever growing list of 2014 Jacobsen reissues, which includes Fritz Hansen's relaunch of the designer's 1958 Drop chair and 1957 Grand Prix chair—a li…

Minimalist USB Lamp Handmade From Natural Materials

Young Ukrainian team Artzavod envisioned an elegant minimalist USB lamp handmade from natural materials. T2 features a simple look that pays tribute to modern design and technology. An unconventional assistant meant to inspire its user again and again, the lamp emits a warm light, adapted to a proper working environment in a home office. However, the lighting unit can be adapted to many contemporary spaces, from bedrooms to various social zones. According to the ongoing campaign on Kickstarter, T2 is Artzavod's latest version of a portable and lightweight lamp made from natural materials, after their success with T1 desktop model.
Energy efficiency was one of the main factors to consider when designing this minimalist lamp: "T2 provides a warm (3000K) light, which is perfect for your home and office space. We used the newest generation of LEDs that last more than 30000 hours of lifetime. These are LEDs that produce 530 Lux of brightness using only 2 Watts of power. Instead of…