Trailer designs to transform your next outdoor adventure into a comfortable and cozy one!

I know, I know… traveling seems like a far-off concept at the moment, but hey what’s the harm in daydreaming or planning a little? As much as I love jet setting across the globe on flights, touring around in a camper or a trailer also holds a special place in my heart. There’s nothing more comforting or exciting than lounging about in a cozy camper while you explore the countryside. You never feel out of place, because these little trailers manage to feel like a home on wheels! Fill it up with your dear belongings, and it’s your home away from home. Not to mention the trailer designs today are super innovative and inventive! These resourceful campers manage to cater to almost all of our needs, solving various problems, and turning our camping experience into a fulfilling and comfortable one.

Bradbuilds is a Los Angeles-based concept artist who reimagines many automotive designs with a crazy twist. Apart from the BMW M4 camper, his other viral works include a Tesla roadster safari as well. BMW is associated with luxury, not with adventure but this concept really turns the brand image on its head to give us a sporty yet sleek coupe

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20 cozy and comfortable window nook designs

Open floor plans have made working and schooling from home these past 10 months a little bit tricky. Families are adding desks to living rooms, turning dining rooms into study spaces, and building walls in attic offices. They’ve also taken advantage of ready-made places like window seats that perhaps didn’t see much action before.

Mitchell Parker, senior editor at Houzz, says: “Window seats have always been a popular feature among our community. Over the past year, we have seen the trend of remote work having an impact on home design, with homeowners doubling down on creating efficient dedicated offices, work nooks, and backyard cottages. For many, a compact and efficient work nook provides all the function needed for working on a laptop, participating in video meetings, and managing the household.”

Retailer Alison Barnard O’Brien, whose home has a whopping seven window seats, says uses include a home for stuffed animals, an extra shelf for jeans, and a platform for superhero flying.  In the afternoon, her husband works at the window seat in the dining room, and she uses the window seat in their bedroom for Zoom calls and decompressing. “There is something soothing about sitting in a window

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Modern home decor is moving out to make room for more comfortable trends – and it’s about time

  • Modern home decor has gone out of style as a result of the pandemic.
  • Instead, people are choosing more comfortable pieces for their homes.
  • But modern decor has felt out of place in houses for years, turning homes into places made for being looked at rather than actually living your life.

In my childhood home, there were roosters everywhere.

No, my home wasn’t filled with live animals; my mom paid homage to the fluffy creatures with our decor. We had roosters on pillows, rooster-shaped vases, and even a chalkboard with a rooster trim.

It might sound kitschy to have livestock decor be a focal point of your home, but the animal print was homey and inviting, fitting perfectly with the oversized red couch I watched TV on and the light-wood kitchen table where I did my homework.
The pieces set the tone for our house, and almost everyone who came over would comment on how chic our space was. My home was both comfortable and stylish, and it stood in stark contrast to the modern decor I found many of my friends favoring in adulthood.

But to my delight, it seems people are finally going to reject modern home decor

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Modern home decor is moving out to make room for more comfortable trends



a living room filled with furniture and a table: Modern decor is being replaced by comfortable pieces. Michael Robinson/Getty Images


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Modern decor is being replaced by comfortable pieces. Michael Robinson/Getty Images

  • Modern home decor has gone out of style as a result of the pandemic.
  • Instead, people are choosing more comfortable pieces for their homes.
  • But modern decor has felt out of place in houses for years, turning homes into places made for being looked at rather than actually living your life. 
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In my childhood home, there were roosters everywhere. 

No, my home wasn’t filled with live animals; my mom paid homage to the fluffy creatures with our decor. We had roosters on pillows, rooster-shaped vases, and even a chalkboard with a rooster trim. 

It might sound kitschy to have livestock decor be a focal point of your home, but the animal print was homey and inviting, fitting perfectly with the oversized red couch I watched TV on and the light-wood kitchen table where I did my homework.

The pieces set the tone for our house, and almost everyone who came over would comment on how chic our space was. My home was both comfortable and stylish, and it stood in stark contrast to the modern decor I found

Read More