Irene Arbore Bedroom, 2017-09-05 22:53:29. This helps not only in eliminating a boring and at times, tedious look but also will present you with the option of removing or adding stuff with passage of time and depending on altering taste and necessities. The conventional design of a kid’s room is a space with fancy bed and bedspreads, cute wardrobes, vibrant colored tables and chairs, chunky book shelves along with a snazzy wall décor to ensure there is ample storage space on offer.
Lealia Lesage Bedroom, 2017-09-05 02:20:50. This last upholstered headboard project has a twist–the fabric and batting are placed inside of two shutter frames! Using metallic paint on the wood and striking fabric for the middle gives the headboard a contemporary feel. User-friendly supplies like a staple gun and hot glue keep the process simple.
Chantrell Meunier Bedroom, 2017-09-05 02:22:35. For one more modern idea, mount a canvas or two behind the bed to create an artistic headboard alternative. The beauty of this project is the way you can customize color and pattern with the stroke of a brush. In the image below, shades of golden green create a warm glow.
Irene Arbore Kitchen, 2017-09-09 01:56:47. Cork flooring in the kitchen can be a lovely rustic aesthetic to your home, plus with its sustainability factor, cork is a lovely choice instead of wood. Cork trees regrow every nine years, while trees such as maple take up to 30 years or more to replenish, thus using them are kinder to the environment. In the kitchen, cork works well when set against modern colors, such as lime green. They provide the perfect background for a bit of color saturation. Although it might not be considered eco-friendly at first glance, mounting your kitchen faucet to the wall can make a huge difference in the layout of the room. It allows for more space, which is especially advantageous in smaller kitchens. This maximizes your efficiency, allowing for more people to work at the sink simultaneously, which can also save you water.
Irene Arbore Bedroom, 2017-09-05 22:53:29. The Red Nest by French designer Paul Coudamy answers the seemingly impossible challenge of having a 23 square meter accommodate a bedroom, office and bathroom. The stylish modular solution is a generous sliding bookcase, concealing either the bed and dressing space or the desk and work area. The youthful design of this space-preserving “furniture complex”, with an intense glossy red coat of paint and a sense of speed is the piece you have dreamed of as a deprived student. The illusion of space is further achieved with tricks such as the use of mirrors, notably a 2 way mirror in the resonated concrete bathroom, concealing the tub and setting the degree of intimacy. Meanwhile, the fake vintage wardrobe door hiding the restroom is a poetic accent. Now who wouldn’t want to be a student for life with such an ingenious designer piece ? The Italians from Zalf are a renowned name when it comes to home décor. Their wide range of furniture for living rooms, bedrooms, teen rooms, offices and kid spaces is exhaustive. But those that managed to get our attention are the teen rooms. With their vibrant shades and hues, stylish low lying cushions, comfy chairs and vivid colors, they’re designed for both the teen and the adolescent.
Aiglentine Dupont Kitchen, 2017-09-07 13:48:33. Cork flooring in the kitchen can be a lovely rustic aesthetic to your home, plus with its sustainability factor, cork is a lovely choice instead of wood. Cork trees regrow every nine years, while trees such as maple take up to 30 years or more to replenish, thus using them are kinder to the environment. In the kitchen, cork works well when set against modern colors, such as lime green. They provide the perfect background for a bit of color saturation. Although it might not be considered eco-friendly at first glance, mounting your kitchen faucet to the wall can make a huge difference in the layout of the room. It allows for more space, which is especially advantageous in smaller kitchens. This maximizes your efficiency, allowing for more people to work at the sink simultaneously, which can also save you water.
Lealia Lesage Interior, 2017-09-05 22:56:18. One of the more obvious chevron pieces to shop for, wall art is the most fun. From canvases to framed bit, add some chevron to your gallery walls or bedroom looks. For a formal living room or even on your covered porch, go bold with a printed furniture piece. Are you not in love with this selection, it’s a simple sofa protector that adds so much new style? The kids will love having their own towels that speak of their youthful nature. Give the kids something special for their bathroom with these popping additions.
Chantay Clement Interior, 2017-09-06 13:44:15. Whether you go with bright shades or neutral tones, a chevron pattern will still be more stylish than a plain set. So add the jazzy feels to the nursery or your own bedroom! We love a chunky chevron slapped onto vases too. Whether you add some fresh floral or use it for styling the coffee table, it’s fun, funky and trendy! Distressed or full of color, make your family photos even more adorable with this added pattern. From wall frames to the side table, the print will make it pop!
Irene Arbore Exterior, 2017-09-06 15:40:19. The monochromatic palette of concrete, brick and neutral color tones is intentionally kept simple. Architect Guido Costantino wanted this two-storey modern residence in Ontario to be complemented by the views of its surroundings which become an important part of the interior designs thanks to the glazed walls. House Holman is an award-winning project by Durbach Block Architects. It’s a single-family home that stands on the edge of a cliff in Dover Heights, west of Sydney. The views of the ocean are breathtaking and they can be fully enjoyed from inside the house thanks to the full-height windows.
Fleur Prevost Kitchen, 2017-09-07 13:49:04. If you don’t want them near the ceiling or you think it’ll draw the space inward, then use a table. If you’ve created a makeshift island, then create a makeshift cabinet by hanging them up underneath! Use a coat rack or another thrifted piece as a pot rack. Grab some metal or brass hooks and then situate the piece according to your need. You can create a wall for your pots too. Instead of just hooking up a rack, create something a bit unique. A chalkboard wall, with each pot’s outline will make an artistic spin on the usual organization. Section out a nook to keep the pots and pans hung and accessible but without them in view. Use a space underneath the island, breakfast counter or cabinets.
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