ODR Residence by Carney Logan Burke Architects

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House Four by ADE Architecture

Description by ADE Architecture House Four is a large double fronted house on Trinity Road, Wandsworth. The house has been extensively refurbished from first floor level down and includes a new full footprint lower ground floor level. The new lower ground floor accommodates a bar, gym, cinema room, bedroom with en-suite and a services and utility room. The first floor consists of a master suite, incorporating an open plan master bedroom and bathroom, walk-in wardrobe and a dressing room. The main features include a large projecting bay window to the first floor master suite, a double height internal courtyard and a concrete and timber feature stair, from ground floor to lower ground level. Photography courtesy of ADE Architecture Visit ADE Architecture

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Beachview House by Brandon Architects

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Ruffey Lake House by Inbetween Architecture

Description by Inbetween Architecture To make the most of its privileged position, overlooking Ruffey Lake Park, this 1970s double brick home is undergoing a complete transformation. To take better advantage of its stunning outlook and north-facing frontage, the previously dark and compartmentalised interior is being opened up to embrace natural light, stunning views and a greater connection between kitchen, dining and living spaces, the heart of the modern home. Quieter, more private spaces, such as the music room and TV den with sunken pit will nestle snugly into the sheltered, more segmented west side of the existing floor plate. Clever reworking of existing stepped floor levels and the strategic placement of skylights bring the airy beauty of natural light through the house and down to the ground floor, and when combined with dramatically raked eaves to the north, the result is unique focal points which will inject variation and personality [ Continue reading ]

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Grove House by Nir Cheruti

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Grove House by Nir Cheruti

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The Art Of Arranging The Mirrors

If we talked about feng shui in the last article , I thought to choose a piece of this art , namely arranging mirrors to talk about. Mirrors are used in interior decoration thanks to its ability to visually enlarge the room. According to Feng Shui the principles must be to place mirrors to reflect only things positively charged objects . For example , indoor plants , a painting representing nature etc.How and where you should not put mirrors: 1) It is not advisable to have mirrors in the bedroom; 2) Mirrors should not reflect the front door; 3) Mirrors must not reflect any bathroom door or the kitchen; 4 ) Mirrors should not reflect corners of the furniture , columns or beams.  

Mountain Home by Denton House Design

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Top Best 4 Bathroom Design Ideas

1.Exotic Massive Rock Bathtub If  you are seeking for an exotic touch in your bathroom,this very design from Stone Forest is the most appropriate item that will solve your dilemma. This bathtub has a natural allure and confers to any ambience an elegenant feel,despite the rough material – stone. The earthy colous will definitely blend in with any interior, complementing the atmosphere. What is more, these bathtubs are one of a kind and only few are made, this making you feel even more special. A wide variety of materials is on-offer, such as granite and marble. The Stone Forest use a special technique to carve the rocks prior to achieving a certain anatomy. Your rustic bathroom is missing this wonderful piece that will augument the charm of your purging area, aren’t we right? 2.Assymmetrical Tub Reflecting the “Bath as Art” Trend Juliet by Audrey Newsome 3.Breathtaking Bathroom Designs in Sofia,Bulgaria [ Continue reading ]

How to Make a Garden Fountain Out of, Well, Anything You Want

You tried sweating it out in the sauna, you can’t let go in a yoga pose, and om isn’t exactly hitting home. And no wonder—you’re working too hard at relaxing. What you need is a place to sit quietly and contemplate the sounds of nature: birds chirping, breezes blowing, brooks babbling. What—no backyard brook? Not a problem. Just build yourself the next best thing, with a softly trickling garden fountain. The project is nothing to get stressed about. In a mere weekend, you can fountain-ize most any leftover garden ornament, turning it into an enduring monument to tranquillity. Revive a defunct birdbath, declare your own ode to a Grecian urn, or drill holes in a stack of rocks you found on-site, as This Old House technical editor Mark Powers did for a friend one hot afternoon. When the job is finished and your fountain runneth over, you’ll rinse the tension from your [ Continue reading ]

How To Make Your Bedroom Feel More Romantic

-Soft colors are the best for bedrooms – beige, gray, eggshell, blush are great colors for bedrooms. They definitely make you feel more relaxed; -Romantic bedrooms don’t usually have zebra striped or bright colored comforter sets. Bedding should be soft and neutral and relaxing; -Add some romantic items like a chandelier or pictures with your love; -Use candles to create ambian ce;