Published at Wednesday, April 19th 2017, 03:58:43 AM by Garland Cousin. Decorating Ideas.
Sonoma vineyards give a picturesque eye while visitors of a California lodge relish the French bowling pastime boules. Rocks also stones recommend a Japanese garden within this courtyard retreat planned by Pamela Shamshiri. Amphitheater‐style paces provide extra seating when the householder are possessing a party. Just seeming at the unbelievable view within Thom Filicia's yard positions you within a more unwinding frame of intelligence.
Published at Monday, October 09th 2017, 04:59:05 AM by Aubry Jacquin. Bathroom. First stop is your traditional red brick walled bathroom from Jane Kim Design. The fixtures in here look really vintage and really interesting. The choice of bathroom fixtures in here is quite something, even the tile used to complement the red bricks is just so fancy.
Published at Monday, October 09th 2017, 04:56:25 AM by Lissette Aubry. Living Room. In purchasing carpets for your living room, you always consider a couple of things, because obviously, you wouldn't want to just buy a certain carpet and decide to place it in your living room. We should always consider design, color, size, even the fact that would it match or complement the furniture in your space and how much your carpet choice is. Some of them are common designs that I think you'd actually like - some of the colors are really nice too. Take a look at the living rooms and imagine how much similar your living room could be to one of ones in here and see what the design and color of the carpets used in them. Check out the pictures below and pick a favorite!
Published at Monday, October 09th 2017, 04:53:49 AM by Garland Cousin. Furniture & Accessories. If you have a patio or porch and wish to have a mini garden as well, a storage bench outside is a perfect way to put your tools perhaps and of course if your bench is waterproof, why not include a book or two to read during lazy afternoons? Anyway, plants and books help take those blues away.
Published at Saturday, October 07th 2017, 02:07:25 AM by Evonne Vasseur. Living Room. Brays Island Plantation. This picture gives us a glimpse of what a beauty the rest of this house might be. The door has the double X panels that looks beautifully historic and rustic. The walls and even the ceilings really go nicely together. Carolina Jessamine Cottage. This space seems to be at the attic given the shape of the ceiling. The floor space is not to wide but the design was able to maximize the area with the choice of furniture. The olive green doors that lead to another part of the house is doing beautifully by giving a color contrast to the pale-colored wood on the walls and ceiling.
Published at Friday, October 06th 2017, 02:51:49 AM by Denise Delorme. Kitchen. Researching on this topic about wine cellars, I discovered a lot of things - like the main purpose of a wine cellar, the different names of spaces where wine is stored differ from the number of wines kept in them and also if it's built underground, above ground, in cabinets or in closets. Pretty interesting stuff actually, I suggest you do the same and read all about them!
Published at Thursday, October 05th 2017, 02:19:13 AM by Cosette Benoit. Bedroom. First up! What do you think about this ultra-gorgeous bedroom? The color of the wall where the sliding door is pretty; the accent walls with the wooden panels look perfect and the large windows (or are they mirrors?) above the side tables are just pretty!
Published at Thursday, October 05th 2017, 02:10:43 AM by Bernyce Gaillard. Interior. The choice of materials, furniture, and moveable wall screens is deeply personal, inspired by family history as well as evoking memories of journeys in Japan, Belgium, and Argentina, each captured by fragments (solid oak shelves, black ash shoji, thick black marble splinters, mountain climate blankets & throws) that combine to create a dark mystical dream at night or a textural landscape in daylight.