Architecture

For those of you creating a new home yourself, check out these amazing schemes and outlines that multiple houses were built upon. Whoever said you can only be creative with the inside or the yards of your homes, prove them wrong by creating a beautiful architectural design to WOW your friends and family! The possibilities are endless with Homemajestic, just pick the one that appeals to you the most and use it as a blueprint into creating your home!

Calcebianca by Studio Talent

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Casa Azul by Cincopatasalgato

” Happy, serene, gentle, friendly, good-hearted young family of 4 built this beach house at Costa Azul, an hour and half away from San Salvador and close to the border with Guatemala. Husband and father works in capital investment and wife and mother is the owner of La Luna de Mateo in San Salvador, a kids’ playhouse that caters to their imagination and need for exploration. Both born and raised in El Salvador, they resettled in their native country after years of traveling and living abroad to build a home that spoke to their gentle nature. Their new home, built right on the beach, allowed their children Mateo and Luna, 6 and 4 respectively, to play and explore at their hearts’ desire. Between choosing the location and designing the home, their ideal home would have the following elements – simple, elegant, inviting, and connected with nature, with modern yet rustic [ Continue reading ]

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Mountain Home by Denton House Design

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House in Mexico by Bernardi + Peschard Arquitectura

The architectural design begins with a central volume that is bigger than the rest; it dialogues with, divides and denotes the uses of the surrounding spaces. It was built as fragments that become a series of independent pavilions, and turn the complex into a beach villa. It leaves behind the massive house constructions in the surrounding area. In a palapa made of natural parota wood, over 10 m high, you find the living/dining room, which makes the transition to the semiprivate and private spaces. This element has a first plane looking into the private beach on the Pacific coast. This area was designed with the idea of making it the common area, the heart of the house, and so it is close to the sea, and has an imposing height and size. Next to this you find the other spaces in rock blocks mixed with wood elements and a palm [ Continue reading ]

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Larsson Residence by Webb & Brown-Neaves

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Small Spaces Inspiration

Sometimes, pictures say more than words. So, that’s why this post it is only about picture, about finding your inspiration just like I do, by looking at some ideas in picture. This post is about small places, about how to make it to appear bigger.

Victorian Residence in Sydney

This four-bedroom Victorian residence in Paddington, Sydney, Australia has been recently converted into a sophisticated family home with contemporary amenities. Renovated by architect Luigi Rosselli, the residence features 231 square meters of living space, as well as inviting outdoor entertaining areas, a gas-heated swimming pool and off-street parking for two cars. The lush landscaping at the rear provides a verdant backdrop to family life. Damp, dark and introverted, the initial home on the site was given a vibrant contemporary personality, while staying true to its classic origins. oor entertaining areas, a gas-heated swimming pool and off-street parking for two cars. The lush landscaping at the rear provides a verdant backdrop to family life. Damp, dark and introverted, the initial home on the site was given a vibrant contemporary personality, while staying true to its classic origins. According to the architects, color and light were used abundantly in the conversion process: “Introducing some fluid [ 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?  

Brick houses-interior

I promised you in a previous post that I will talk a little about the interior of a brick house. As you know, at the exterior all is made from brick. Surprise: the walls at the interior are just the same! But they look spectacular though. I always wanted to break a wall and leave the bricks out. If you don’t want your all to be made from true brick, you can find someone who can paint it for you. I assure you it will look exactly the same, even better. When you have a brick wall, or more, you can also place a fireplace and you will feel as you are in the mountains,

Chairs, Table and A Bookcase- All Together

“Trick” is a pair of chairs, a table and a bookcase all together. Designed by Sakura Adachi for Italian manufacturer Campeggi, “Trick” is a bookcase which transforms into a console table with two chairs. When both sides of the bookcase are moved from the original positions, they function as chairs. What remains in the centre works as a table. The console can be used for dining as well as for writing, reading and working on your computer. It is multi-purpose furniture which offers a space saving solution and fulfills your everyday activities in small environment . Here is a nice space saving solution for a small apartment!

Elegant Economy

1.Create your own design with plain tiles in contrasting colours rather than buying more expensive patterned ones; 2. Elevate a simple sofa with upholstery and cushions; 3.Smart details, such as the pie-crust edge on this chair cushion, make all the difference when upcycling charity-shop finds; 4.Patterned paintrollers give walls a decorative effect that is more affordable than wallpaper.