Bedroom

“A bedroom fit for a king or queen.” Wouldn’t you want this to be what everyone says about your bedroom? Make it happen with Homemajestic! Whether it’s a bedroom for your children or a bedroom for you and your spouse, Homemajestic will show you tons of intriguing blueprints into creating the perfect bedroom. You’ll make everyone green with jealousy after they enter your bedroom; you’ll have to force them to leave!

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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Windsor Residence by Urban Angles

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Residence in Melbourne by Workroom

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Gothic Cottage by Daniel Contelmo Architects

  Description by Daniel Contelmo Architects When the homeowners approached Daniel Contelmo Architects to design their new home, they knew they wanted something different. Daniel Contelmo sketched several options for them, but quickly realized that a modern style was not suitable. Inspired by the gatehouses of local estates, many of which were stone cottages, Daniel Contelmo settled on a gothic cottage design, seamlessly blending the two styles. The result was unique, an organic and whimsical home that perfectly reflected the clients’ wishes. The exterior is dominated by steeply pitched roofs and clover windows reminiscent of the carpenter gothic style, which was predominant in the area. The metal roof reflects the sky, lending an airy feeling that contrasts the stone at the base of the main entrance. Graceful arches soften the roofline and, to the right, a swooping fence lengthens the front elevation. The surrounding landscape influenced much of the design; [ Continue reading ]

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.

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 ]

Fall Kitchen And Bathroom Decor

When it comes to kitchen and bathroom it is a little bit difficult to think about fall decor, but not impossible. I’ve done some research and I found some cute ideas. The first one is to make toothbrushes, cotton pads, candles holder *for bathroom*, and supports for salt, pepper and sugar for the kitchen; Paint some vases where you can put flowers for both bathroom and kitchen; As I said before, about the bedroom and living room decor, paintings are a good idea also for bathroom and kitchen, but in my opinion this time it should only contain quotes.

Compact Apartment with Snug Storage

Established on the highly desired Frantsuzsky Boulevard in Odessa,Ukraine, this delightful apartment design was composed by Denis Svirid and has been lauched as a solution to a crampy situation, and uses a hearty wood-clad for the walls, together with plenty snug storages. A second floor was conceived with the addition a new garret, to to host the private area of individual rooms. A dressing room,bathroom and bedroom come altogether to occupy the added level scope beneath the slopes. In spite of the modest dimensions of this contemporary home, the inhabitants of this splendid crib really have everything they could possibly need for a satisfying style of living. The kitchen, dining room and living merge into the modest surface of around 11 square meters after the kitchen wall has been demolished. An under stair slot has been masterly exploited as a handy office zone, together with a myriad of storage spots. [ Continue reading ]

Assymetrycal Bathtub

If you are aiming for elegance in your bathroom, the Juliet bathtub will bring you the exact amount of glamor you wished for. Fluency and charm blend in whilist this lovely design, creating the perfect feature for any homeowner or hotel guest that is lured by grace. Its irregular form resembles an organic cast and simultaneously duplicates the moves of the waves. The idea of the design came from an antique bowl,which,it appears,summoned something compelling and startling. The feature of this bathtub gives the impression that as you move, the form changes accordingly. How can this aspect not be appealling to any eye? What is more,from certain angles, the edges concur to draw up the form of the infinity symbol, so the assymmetrical dimensions of the bathtub are empowered once again. Modern and yet preserving traditional elements, this design manages to make its way to the image of an ideal [ Continue reading ]