Published at Friday, April 21st 2017, 18:15:34 PM by Lissette Aubry. Living Room.
One of the objects that distinguishes the family room from the characteristic living room is the reality that the first one is additional casual also comfy as resisted to a further formal approach utilized for the latter. Comfort is given by a kind of kind such as the throw pillows, cushions, textures, colors, fabrics or merely the way all is organized. If you possess an unfasten floor idea that also incorporates the kitchen for case, tie all the rooms jointly for a additional inviting also welcoming feel. For example, harvest an accent bit of furniture to attach two spaces, comparable the armchairs does here.
Published at Wednesday, May 24th 2017, 08:13:11 AM by Lissette Aubry. Kitchen. What a beautiful design for chandeliers! The curves seen in here by the door sure is a great way of killing too much lines in homes. Also try to check the other kitchen below for even more inspiration. Here is a nice example of an industrial added to a traditional-contemporary kitchen like this one. The color combinations of this space is something neutral which is often used in kitchen spaces to explore a cleaner look than when we decide to actually use tons of colors in it.
Published at Tuesday, May 23rd 2017, 08:35:42 AM by Garland Cousin. Decorating Ideas. The designs on this fire screen are delicate and the antique effect oozes from the fading color and the chipping off design on this screen. Oldfangled? Check! The battered effect on the golden lining of this fireplace screen resemble that of century-old lockets. This vintage-inspired screen will look good in old-fashion ocean-themed homes.
Published at Monday, May 22nd 2017, 08:12:40 AM by Evonne Vasseur. Kitchen. Today, we are going to show you kitchen interiors that have a unique twist in it. It would be rare for you to see rustic modern kitchens but they do exist! If you have that desire to add wood in your home, you will surely like the kitchens that we will feature today. Most of the time, wood is used for the cabinets but it would either be painted or other types of finished will be used for it. But when the wooden texture is retained, that would entirely be a different story. Aside from wood, the kitchens below also have other rustic features in it like its lighting and even its furniture. Let us scroll down and take a look at the images of rustic modern kitchen designs.
Published at Monday, May 22nd 2017, 08:09:22 AM by Denise Delorme. Living Room. For most of us, chalkboards are used in school but it can also actually be used as a home decor. Many home interiors are being decorated with such. Most of the time, it is used in the dining room or kitchen to write reminders like grocery lists or even recipes. But others would have it in the living room or bedroom and this becomes an exciting element in the interior especially for the kids. But not just kids love this because even adults who like to draw also love it too. What is good about chalkboards is that you can change the drawings on it anytime you like and whenever you add a new drawing, it is like you are updating the design of your space. Cool, right?
Published at Monday, May 22nd 2017, 08:03:53 AM by Cosette Benoit. Living Room. A perfect contrast of white and gray is seen here. And on the sides of the fireplace are open shelves wherein books are arranged according to their colors. Nice, right? I love this one! Instead of merely painted the fireplace with one color, the owners decided to turn it into an accent wall with a geometric design on it. I also like it that colorful throw pillows were used in the house and that it has striped curtains in blue and white. And of course, that chair looks really interesting!
Published at Friday, May 19th 2017, 07:42:24 AM by Bernyce Gaillard. Decorating Ideas. Since the day of the festival is nearing, we are going to show you some mantel design ideas that creative home owners did as well as how they decorated on console tables or even on wall shelves. You will see that each of them used a different approach from those with many lovely displays combined together to one which has a minimal design. But in whatever way they did the look of their mantels, one thing is for sure, they all are stunning! Let us take a look at the DIY ideas for a St. Patrick's Day mantel.
Published at Friday, May 19th 2017, 07:11:07 AM by Cosette Benoit. Interior. The larch box opens to the living area creating a sociable atmosphere but when closed cleverly tidies away kitchen activity, instantly removing it from the space. On the main floor, the staircase has been shifted back to open up the living area. Meanwhile, the kitchen has been brought forwards and enclosed within a sleek, larch clad box.