Technology is impacting upon seemingly every facet of our lives, and kitchen appliances are no different. This infographic explores the growing prevalence of smart dishwashers and cookers, as well as attempting to forecast the other ways in which our kitchens will become even more futuristic.
Some of the richest people on Earth display their vast wealth by investing in enormous, luxurious residences. This infographic profiles the 10 most expensive homes in the world, detailing the characteristics that make each one so remarkable.
The world is filled with structures that have stood the test of time, these buildings provide character to the cities and landscapes in which they’re located. This graphic explores some of the most incredible buildings to stand the test of time.
Do you prefer the simple, rustic décor or do you prefer more lavish styles? This simple quiz allows identifies your décor personality using the answers you provide, and showcases your perfect home décor style.
When it comes to making a good impression you have to nail it, as first impressions are often lasting. Commercial spaces are notoriously safe when it comes to design, erring on the side of caution so as not to ruffle any feathers. Unfortunately, this often means that commercial spaces can be boring.
We’ve created this infographic specifically to demonstrate that just because a space is built for commercial use, doesn’t mean it has to be boring. From a supermarket in Hungary to a retail outlet in Brazil, discover some of the world’s finest examples of striking design in a commercial setting.
As we head into 2015 discover the newest, hottest trends in Kitchen Design. The overriding theme in 2015 is choice, there are infinite choices available to kitchen designers this year to create stylish, unique spaces that are all on trend. Cabinetry can be accentuated with colourful accents, embellishments and glass fronts while mismatched cabinets are emerging as a huge trend this year. There is no definitive colour scheme for 2015, nuanced neutrals and deep, serene colours are equally on trend this year. The hottest lighting trend of the year is copper fixtures, additionally pendant lighting and chandeliers are back on trend in 2015.
This infographic explores the hottest trends of 2015, from cabinetry to colour to lighting and shows you how to incorporate these trends into your home.
We at Pennywell are big interior design advocates and as a result we thought it would be a great idea to highlight the best bloggers in the niche for 2014 by creating an infographic.
The world is full of extravagant and exquisite eateries, from their rare and delicious ingredients to their stylish and expensive décor this infographic shows you what it is like to dine in the world’s most expensive restaurants.
New York’s city’s Masa restaurant will set you back a cool $450 per person to indulge in their tasting menu, and that’s before you’ve even factored in your beverages, gratuity or tax! The stylish sushi restaurant has its fish flown in to Manhattan from Japan. It isn’t just the food that’s expensive here, the sush counter is made from a solid piece of Hinoki that is sanded daily to a soft, porous state.
The French have a reputation for fine dining, and the exquisite Maison Pic delivers it in spades. The restaurant, based in Valance, has become renowned for gathering Michelin stars. The restaurant has been run by three generations of the Pic family, current chef Anne-Sophie Pic her father Jacques Pic, and her grandfather, André Pic. All three Pics achieved three Michelin stars during their tenure. A meal here will cost in the region of $445 per person, which you can enjoy in a space decorated with in gilded wood, walls of precious Macassar wood, alcove silver painted cherry blossoms, crystal chandeliers, and even Louis XV dressers.
The world’s first underwater restaurant, Ithaa in the Maldives plates up seafood dishes from a location five meters below sea level. To enjoy the 23 course meal will cost approximately $300 per person, but the real treat is sitting in the expensive R-Cast acrylic tunnel among minimalist, high-end décor enjoying the natural beauty of the teeming sea life that surrounds the restaurant.
The Japanese have honed a method of growing the most delicious, tender beef in the world, and Tokyo based steakhouse Aragawa is the optimum choice to enjoy it in – that’s if you have the $368 per person. The restaurant only has six tables, underlining its exclusivity, and once you’re seated your are not allowed to choose your cut of steak, or how you would like it cooked as Aragawa has already chosen the best option.
These exclusive and expensive restaurants, are among the many that are explored and dished up in the infographic ‘The World’s Most Expensive Restaurants’.