Published at Friday, June 16th 2017, 08:19:55 AM by Denise Delorme. Interior. Would you agree that the beginning of this list is quite interesting and fun? That's the beauty with eclectic design - you can and are able to really add anything in your space so long as they actually match in one way or another with the other things inside the space; we do not want our living rooms or any part of the house looking tacky, right?
Published at Thursday, July 27th 2017, 07:20:35 AM by Lissette Aubry. Kitchen. Like the kitchen above, it's actually just the back splash that has the bit of color combination in it since everything around here is in color blocks. The brown cabinets for the refrigerator and the ovens, the white cabinet works by the counters and the kitchen island and even with the flooring. Check out how they used the same tile work for the back splash and the face of the kitchen island.
Published at Wednesday, July 26th 2017, 06:11:48 AM by Garland Cousin. Kitchen. Talk about a counter slash island! This might be the most minimalist kitchen in this list. Looking at this one, we know for sure that this is something modular that you can easily purchase in your closest home depot or if not, order from there. The sleek design creates a contrast with the stone walls on the background. This is basically a modular kitchen appliance that you purchase like the one before this. It's sleek, sophisticated and actually fashionable! The entire house brags a modern look and feel that not all the spaces in this list have.
Published at Thursday, June 29th 2017, 06:45:35 AM by Evonne Vasseur. Kitchen. The L-shaped counter in this photo is something really nice to look at - even with the kitchen island being in grey marble or granite - this kitchen is blessed with the most beautiful things in terms of home design and it looks really incredible! The photos that I've picked for this list has both the counters in white - for the countertop itself and that of the bar or the kitchen island - depending on what's available on the house itself. In here, we see that this kitchen has an L-shaped countertop and a long kitchen bar - both totally awesome, both totally neat!
Published at Wednesday, June 28th 2017, 12:18:56 PM by Denise Delorme. Bedroom. With this kind of interior, one will be able to add contemporary and modern items together and even some touches of traditional ones. One prominent feature of a midcentury bedroom is the use of wooden features and its being airy and bright. Most spaces with this theme would also use patterns and textures together in a subtle way. Others prefer to use earth tones but more experimental designers opt to use striking colors for a bold appeal. What we have today are midcentury bedroom designs for your inspiration. Scroll down and take a look at what we have for you.
Published at Tuesday, June 20th 2017, 08:25:46 AM by Cosette Benoit. Kitchen. Well, how about that, a cute little kitchen space that connects directly towards the dining area. Wooden countertops for the lavatory and the kitchen island and it sure looks pretty interesting, it's not every day that we actually see this since it's mostly granite or tiles that are used for counters. Check out the details on the back splash used by the lavatory and the range.
Published at Monday, June 19th 2017, 08:43:52 AM by Bernyce Gaillard. Decorating Ideas. If you are into home decorations that are vintage or antique-looking and you have a cozy fireplace at home, then you should consider these fireplace screens that might just complete the ambience you want to achieve. Vintage inspired fireplace screens create a mysterious and historical feel to your home that surely your friends and your family will appreciate. Take a look at the list we have and created and be enthralled with the fireplace screens we have prepared for you guys.
Published at Saturday, June 17th 2017, 09:17:38 AM by Aubry Jacquin. Living Room. In choosing the accent chair or your normal arm chairs for your living, we usually turn to our local home depot and get the chairs that are pretty much contemporary or even modern designs; but if you actually check out the mid-century designed arm chairs, you'd think that they're really cool - they're like a combination of vintage and contemporary design both at the same time. Mid-century modern designed chairs are products that have this awesome touch of artistry that were pretty much created around the year 1933 to 1965. If you want a hint of vintage but still being able to pair them with contemporary furniture and decorations, you should actually pick out mid-century designed arm chairs - just like the ones on this list, check it out!