Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:32:58 AM by Tiberia Arianna. Living Room. The living room is not the only place where you and your family will get spend time together relaxing and enjoying each others company but it is also the place where your guests will sit and probably dine. For this it is important that when designing your living room you come with the best ideas possible. You don't have to be an artist or interior designer by profession to do it all you need is the right choice of colors furniture and your room will look spacious and lively.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 14:37:16 PM by Darcey Muirgel. Dining Room. Another core aspect of making your dining room look sizeable is the color palette. If you always believed that you were supposed to keep your spacially challenged rooms white then here is some wonderful news for you. If you don't want drab paint that is boring think about having a monochromatic interior design in a muted color or combine different colors which all produce the same intensity. For a scheme that is more colorful consider blues and greens that all have an equal intensity or if you prefer a soothing ambiance think about a monochromatic color scheme of pale blues. To add drama and depth work on painting one wall a deep intense tone - this gives it the impression of being further away along with adding an unusual charm. Pale colors will recede therefore making the room seem larger and blueish gray is a great decorative paint color for a small room. But then if that sounds too colorless don't despair cool colors like blues greens and purples also recede so you can use your beautiful shades without making the room appear small sized.
Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:53:43 AM by Darcey Muirgel. Living Room. If you are working with a large space and want to create different areas segment the room by using lounges and other large pieces of furniture as subtle divers.
Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 05:51:27 AM by Calandra Fotini. Dining Room. Consider Your Needs. Ask yourself what do you need in furniture for the dining area? The need determines the size and function of the furniture you'll get. A wine cabinet for example could be purchased by because one needs a large storage for wines in the house. The size of table you'll get is determined by the number of people who would use it. Big families would need a larger table to accommodate many people while smaller ones and maybe bachelors would need smaller ones. Function is also a consideration. Bachelors and smaller families may consider getting a dining table that have foldable extensions that may be put away if not in use just in case there might be surprise visitors.
Published at Friday, July 07th 2017, 05:50:35 AM by Yulia Yevgeniya. Bedroom. One of the life's best pleasures is to sleep in the comfort of your cushy pillow and bed draw up the sheets and gently go into oblivion after a long weary day. If you put this exaggeration aside then sleeping is a pretty straightforward process isn't it? Well at least for some of you it might be easy while for others this oversimplification is something to laugh off.
Published at Tuesday, July 04th 2017, 05:50:24 AM by Yulia Yevgeniya. Bathroom. The ultimate luxury in a fantasy bathroom would have to be a waterproof TV. You could even think of doubling the bathroom up as gym complete with exercise bike and rowing machine. Ornaments should be unobtrusive so choose things like small piles of pebbles and modern wall prints over candles and nick-nacks.
Published at Monday, July 03rd 2017, 05:50:12 AM by Roderika Amalie. Kitchen. Warm wood with its inviting air and natural richness is a great choice for infusing a cool breezy kitchen with some approachable character. Crisp white kitchens feel a little more "homey" and a little less austere with a wood countertop. It makes a popular choice for transitional kitchens that balance traditional and contemporary elements especially since classic wood fits into both categories.
Published at Thursday, June 29th 2017, 05:50:00 AM by Darcey Muirgel. Kitchen. Flecked or Softly Veined White. One of the most common and coveted countertop finishes is a stone or manufactured slab material such as quartz in a white or off‐white shade with a light multitonal fleck or grain to give it subtle natural richness. This snowy sparkling look works well in many situations since it is very neutral but also contemporary and fresh. The pale tone brings a sense of cleanness and lightness to the space with a twist of subtle sophistication. In more traditional kitchens this is usually a better choice than a true minimalist white countertop which can be too severe and fight with the elegance of other elements such as knotty woods Shaker cabinets or lantern pendant lights.
Published at Thursday, June 22nd 2017, 05:49:39 AM by Calandra Fotini. Kitchen. A dark richly veined stone can actually feel less dramatic when paired with dark cabinets. Whether you use espresso wood or a modern painted gray as shown in the previous photo coordinating a base tone in the stone with one of a similar darkness or lightness in the cabinets will help the two connect.
Published at Wednesday, June 14th 2017, 21:45:20 PM by Yulia Yevgeniya. Kitchen. Soapstone Kitchen Counters. Often used in laboratories for its resistance to stains chemicals and bacteria soapstone is a durable and natural choice for a kitchen. At $80 to $100 per square foot installed it might be on the more expensive side but it can be a lifetime investment.