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Apartments

Whether you’re looking to create a simple, soft design to a crazy, vibrant array of colors for your apartment; Homemajestic will send you from the past, to the present, and to the future with beautiful designs from every timeline! Spectacular arrangements to enrich your apartment with a creative theme to impress your friends or family. Homemajestic will offer a variety of choices that you can use as inspirations for your own apartment. Let us help you turn your plain apartment to your dream apartment!

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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Make your small space look like a big one

Do you think that if you have a small place you can’t design it as good as a big one? That’s a wrong mentality! You can design it as beautiful as a big one or even better. What is the advantage of having a small house? You can find things easier, it will become a cozy place soon, you can live by yourself never wondering what would you do alone in such a big place. So, how can we decorate a small place? – Find that expandable furniture for your place. It will make it more spacious; – Fill it with pictures of your family, friends; – Paint the rooms in a bright color or white ( it will give the impression of a bigger space); – Baskets under the bed are a great place to stash extra stuff; – A bench at the foot of the bed creates plenty [ Continue reading ]

Monchrome Home

Recently, I collected a lot of  photos with monochrome homes and I decided to put a photo with every room in the house and create my own house combining photos from different houses. First of all, I chose this living room, because it is almost all black and intimate. Of couse, I choose an all white bedroom, because you know me, my love for all white rooms. The kitchen is more white, with different textures. All blue for the bathroom, to make me feel like I am beside the ocean every time I have a shower.

Contemporary Wall Art

  Wall art is something that shouldn’t miss in your house. Even if you have just one, or one for every wall- it shouldn’t miss. Contemporary wall art give your home a little spice, you know, like that type of meal which can’t be eaten without a little bit of salt and pepper. Nowadays, art has been improved and now it has become irreplaceable. Some wall art make you feel like you’re living in other universe, especially the 3D ones. Contemporary wall art is usually a picture divided in 2 or more parts or some quotes painted on the wall. It can be also something geometrical, abstract. Imagine yourself staying on the sofa in your living room, watching at your contemporary 3D nature wall art… it will instant teleport you in the heart of a forest. How cool? If you want something original, you can find your favorite landscape, or [ Continue reading ]

10 Crazy Ideas For Your Home

When it comes to do crazy things in terms of art I am the first who take a stand. Are you afraid of making something crazy? Please don’t! Do whatever makes you happy with your body, mind, soul and why not – home. Here are 10 crazy ideas for your home design: 1.Aquarium Bed- makes you feel like you’re living in the ocean; 2. Indoor-Outdoor Pool; 3.Spiral Staircase Slide- your children can play in the house every time they want; 4. Hammock Bed- always a good idea for those who love simplicity; 5. Backyard Cinema- you can watch your favorite movie in your backyard. How cool is this?; 6. See-through Bathtub- such a beautiful illusion; 7. Tree-house in the kid’s room- the dream of every single child; 8. Balcony Pool; 9. Patterned wallpaper; 10. Frames without art inside. Which crazy idea would you like for your house?  

Windsor Residence by Urban Angles

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Creative Kitchen Luster

When it comes to be creative I am the first one who raise the hand. I love creative people and when I go to a new home I hope I will see some creativity. There are some kitchen luster made from forks, glasses and a lot of other kitchen objects. I think you should be bold to use one, but it is something that I would love to see in everyone’s kitchen. I usually saw these type of lusters in restaurants, but I think they would look AMAZING in our house   I’ll show you some different designs to make an idea. Personally, I would choose the one made from jars or glasses. Are you courageous enough to place a luster like this in your kitchen?If yes, which one?