5 Things That Are HOT On Pinterest This Week

5 Things That Are HOT On Pinterest This Week

 

Hey contemporist friends! Here’s a look at what’s getting a lot of attention on our Pinterest boards this week, so you can see what’s trending.

By the way, you can follow contemporist on Pinterest – here.

 

1. This kids bedroom is full of color, especially the floating hexagon shelves.

Pin it yourself here – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/215821007122116993/

This kids bedroom is full of colour, especially the floating hexagon shelves.

See more photos of this house, here. Designed by YAMAMAR Design Architects. Photography by Photography by Bruce Damonte.

2. ESTUDIO 30 51 designed this house for a family in Brazil.

Pin it yourself here – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/215821007119319340/

ESTUDIO 30 51 designed Casa Ventura M22, a residence for a family in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

See more photos of this house, here. Designed by ESTUDIO 30 51. Photography by Carlos Edler.

3. Italian furniture manufacturer Dielle, have created what they call a ‘Container Bed’, which is a normal bed that has been raised to include storage underneath. It’s a solution designed for small apartments that often don’t have enough storage space.

Pin it yourself here – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/215821007120777706/

Italian furniture manufacturer Dielle, have created what they call a ‘Container Bed’, which is a normal bed that has been raised to include storage underneath. It’s a solution designed for small apartments that often don’t have enough storage space.

See more photos of this bed design, here. Designed by Dielle.

4. This Dutch museum is covered in grass and has a rooftop walkway.

Pin it yourself here – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/215821007121018566/

This Dutch museum is covered in grass and has a rooftop walkway.

See more photos of this museum, here. Designed by Studio Marco Vermeulen. Photography © Ronald Tilleman

5. Brillhart Architecture designed and built a tropical refuge for themselves in Miami, Florida, that includes 100 feet of uninterrupted glass.

Pin it yourself here – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/215821007119383115/

Brillhart Architecture have designed and built a tropical refuge for themselves in Miami, Florida, that includes 100 feet of uninterrupted glass.

See more photos of this house, here. Designed by Brillhart Architecture. Photography by Stefani Fachini, Bruce Buck, Jake Brillhart.

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