Published at Monday, August 14th 2017, 08:15:38 AM by Cosette Benoit. Kitchen. I like how the wooden features of the kitchen compliment with the gray floor tiles. There are also others elements here that made it look even lovelier like the pendant lights and the use of steel. This kitchen is a re-creation of a 1950’s home wherein architectural finishes, fixtures, and accessories were selected to marry the client's rustic, yet modern industrial style. Aside from wood, you can also see that this kitchen used bricks too for the walls. And it does look really nice making it appear very rustic!
Published at Monday, June 12th 2017, 10:07:13 AM by Bernyce Gaillard. Kitchen. As usual, wood and white looks great together just like what is being used in this kitchen. I can tell that they are trying to conserve space with this design using merely a small two-seater kitchen counter. It also features an indoor garden as well. A simple kitchen which used white in most of its areas but what made this unique are the curvy elements seen in the cabinets and the island. The design of the island is nice too which has a subtle futuristic appeal on it. Although dark wood is used in this kitchen, it is illuminated with lighting fixtures as well as a large glass window. It is also nice that there are wall decors too.
Published at Saturday, June 10th 2017, 11:02:58 AM by Aubry Jacquin. 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 Friday, June 09th 2017, 12:57:42 PM by Lissette Aubry. Kitchen. This black and white kitchen sure looks traditional enough but because of the colorful vases and pendant lights that it has it became a bit more eclectic than one could wish for. I mean, it would have been more stunning if they maintained a signal archetype - but then again, clients sometimes have the oddest ways of relating to home design. Another black and white kitchen (only with a darker lighting for a kitchen) is seen in this photo. The traditional yet charming set up that this kitchen has is something anyone could relate to especially if you grew up visiting or living with your grandparents.
Published at Thursday, June 08th 2017, 13:45:00 PM by Garland Cousin. Bedroom. Like paisley, parquet is one word that I know what looks like but needed a dictionary to explain to me what it actually looks like. For most people, I would assume that we have the same dilemma and I think it's just fascinating that we always have somewhere to double check. Today, we have a list that would showcase how stunning parquetry actually is.
Published at Thursday, June 08th 2017, 13:40:08 PM by Evonne Vasseur. Bedroom. The next photos would reveal different sizes of bedrooms that have different reasons for adding the stairs. Although for the most part, these bedrooms have these stairs because of function, some seem to be added for both decorative and functional purposes too. You better check them out and see for yourselves.
Published at Thursday, June 08th 2017, 13:32:02 PM by Denise Delorme. Bedroom. Well, the name of this bedroom sure has it going on - it is in fact soothing to the eyes and maybe even for the soul! This bedroom looks really nice to the eyes and minimal decorations make it more calming than maybe what it was intended for. But, nonetheless, I think this is real nice! Well, a condo is second on our list and it sure looks fabulous and fancy! The design might really be contemporary but it actually looks inviting and really comfortable. The bay window area with the seating on it is a great way to spy on the weather or the traffic below - if it's even possible to see that far below.
Published at Thursday, June 08th 2017, 13:21:29 PM by Cosette Benoit. Bedroom. This bedroom has a lovely balance of rustic and modern design. This look can be achieved by using wooden wall panels on top of concrete. The aura of this room is so warm indeed! A simple bedroom with concrete walls and floor to ceiling window. Notice the minimal furniture inside it and the gray color which compliments to the concrete wall.