Scandinavian Apartment with Greek Accents

The Scandinavian home style has made its way to everyone’s heart lately thanks to its defined and yet wild manner. Two typical features of this style- white walls and simple forward-thinking furniture are to be found in this very design too. But that’s not all. A curve ball introduces subtle accents of Greek home designing. This thoughtful mixture establishes an alluring composition with a grain of freshness. Starting in the living, the stark Scandi walls induce a minimalistic backdrop for a full host of natural Greek materials, sprinkled all over the lounging zone. Dainty foot stads complimenting scatter cushions and floor cushions, together with a large rug unite to construct a gracious semblance. The kitchen design spreads on the blue and white palette. A lenghty backsplash has been formed from a checkerboard of tiles. The furniture itself has a traditional touch. White wooden, with shell cup handles establish a bold, [ Continue reading ]

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Pop Art Apartment

CG artist Dimitry Schuka is establishing a brave interior picture, by blending in pop art elements. Schuka has managed to transform a standard living space into a glamorous dwelling. The bright colours of the furniture features, the vivid shade of the wall paint, together with the chic pop-art pieces concur to create an unequalled ambience. All these elements manage to launch a bold outcome, producing a truly surprising home design, being a perfect impersonation of the freshest trends in interior architecture. The living area has strong dark-coloured floors that complement constrastingly the simpleness of the white walls, embelished by the dark blue accent walls. Ceiling windows warm up the whole appearance so the dark wall doesn’t look too intimidating. The plenary mise en scene is airy, given that the diner and kitchen are to the rear of the living room. The colourful furniture explodes in tones of turquoise and hot [ Continue reading ]

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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 ]

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Northern California’s Off Grid Tiny House In The Woods

This tiny house in the woods is dreamy and it takes only one look to notice this fact. It seems like the perfect gateway for a romantic weekend and a place where you can truly connect with nature. But most of all, it looks like the ideal place to relax and spend precious moments with your loved one. The house is situated in Northern California, hidden in the woods in a beautiful scenery. The whole structure came at a cost of only $1000 and it is run entirely on solar power so it is an environmentally conscious establishment. There is a large area where you can sit and do your daily activities and then transform it into a sleeping space. The structure was created out of the remains of an old ship and high quality wood and the large windows let the sunshine inside. The large window on the top of [ Continue reading ]

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Gardening Tips: Colour Your Fall Garden

One of the biggest gardening tips I ever learned was to plan a garden that had perennials blooming all season. It’s so easy to have blooms in the spring, the early summer, high summer and even into August. But to get perennials that bloom in the fall is another challenge. Here’s eight plants you can add to your perennial border to have blooms right through to the end of October (or beyond in some areas).   Crysanthemums: It’s the obvious choice….late bloomers that withstand frost, mums are the perfect fall flower. They come in a myriad of colours, heights and size of blooms. But a lot of people don’t have much success with them. Mostly because we buy the wrong mum. Those mums you find at the grocery store in pots really aren’t hardy enough to withstand a cold, snowy winter and will most likely not return come spring. So make [ Continue reading ]

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Home in Montecito by The Warners

Situated in Montecito, California, this modern single family house was designed by The Warner Group Architects.

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 ]

5 Tips For Small Living Rooms

Do you feel ashamed for having a small living room? Do you think that you don’t have space for anything? DON’T!!! I am here to help you with 5 tips for your small living room, to make you feel comfortable just by looking at it. The Living room is one of the most important rooms in the house, and the place where we receive guests, have dinner and rest. 1.Use all the lights, especially natural lights, choose curtains that are clear, white, translucent or a natural tone; 2.Try to keep a monochromatic decor with subtle variations of a color(like blue,green,yellow); 3.Decorate with mirror or glass,because it amplifies the light; 4.Use the wall spaces and under the sofa for books and other objects; 5. Opt formobile “smart” like soft beds and beds with drawers underneath  

3D Experience in Your House

Do you want something new and innovative in your house? Here you could find the solution! Imperial, a company from Dubai, has cornered the 3D floor design market for now, but this product is too popular to remain exclusive for long. According to Imperial, liquid 3D floors are a recent innovation first used in hotels, offices, and shopping centers. However, they insist it’s a misconception that decorative screed can only be used in the bathroom or toilet – in fact, 3D floors are suitable for any room, “and even villas.” In other words, here is the idea of design your house using the new technologies. I found this very interesting and impressive, because you could bring the image of nature in your house. The 3D images are spectacular, and the sense of reality is intense! I would bring this in my house!

Yellow Rooms

Yellow is the warmest and expandable color. It is also the symbol of youth, the color of gods. This color stimulates the central nervous system, increases the digestive capacity, and it makes us feel in shape. So, painting your walls in yellow or buying yellow room décor it is a good choice for you. Not only that it looks incredible, but it will also make you feel physically and mentally. If you want to hear the symbolism of other colors and you need some help deciding which one is better for your room, please let me know and I will make a post about the color you need.

Minimalist design for your home

Minimalist architecture became popular in the late 1980s in London and New York, where architects and fashion designers worked together in the boutiques to achieve simplicity, using white elements, cold lighting, large space with minimum objects and furniture. This is exactly what I like the most, and you’ve probably seen in the last posts when I was talking about large, clean, spacious spaces. At first sight, minimalist designs look as simple as a wood stick, but I promise you they can be so, so beautiful and being surrounded by such a place makes you feel positive, inspired. One of the most known minimalist architects are: – Tadao Ando – Kazuyo Sejima –John Pawson –Alberto Campo Baeza