Ideas

Not only can you show your style inside your home, but you can “flaunt your flavor” outside your home too! Homemajestic will show you interesting ideas from creating a garden with just about anything you have/want to creating an interesting little house in the woods. The possibilities are endless. It doesn’t even have to be simply ideas you find on this website! Take inspiration from the interesting designs and be creative with your own little zing!

Is It A Stack of Books? -NO! It’s A Staircase

It’s truly amazing what some imagination and craftiness can do to a set of stairs! Pippa Branham, a bibliophile from England, painted her staircase to look like the spine of her and her husband’s 13 favorite books. She says that she was inspired by an image she saw on Pinterest. For all of us, Pippa shared some images of how she transformed the  wooden stairs into colorful “books” using brushes, tape, paint and, of course, time (6 weeks). The whole project cost the family less than $200, which was less expensive than carpeting the stairs. Pippa declared that  the most difficult part of the project was painting sets of letters sideways. Pippa is a young mother and to ensure the stairs were safe for kids (and not slippery from the paint), she mixed the paint with a small amount of kid’s play sand to make it grittier. If you are a [ Continue reading ]

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An Old Door Design

I found a nice solid old door at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore for just a couple of dollars.   The door just happened to be the exact width of two craft crates that I got on sale. I went to the hardware store and got one board to top off the crates and one for a shelf. I replaced the glass with bead board… it was more practical. And then Lots and lots of paint… First I painted everything with black acrylic paint I had left over from another project. Then when that dried I coated everything with a white satin acrylic paint. I put it all together with some brackets and hooks and decorative knobs I got 75% off at the craft store. I then distressed it lightly and glazed it with Valspar Antiquing Glaze. I really like it because I wanted it more black and white than [ Continue reading ]

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5 Ways To Decorate Your Home This Spring

It’s all about flowers and colors as I said to you in the previous post, but this time I’m coming not only with trends, but also with more concrete ideas. It’s impossible for you to dislike this post if you love flowers, bright colors, luminous and clean spaces. Not to mention the pleasant smell of spring flowers! So let’s start: 1.Coral details; – Add a pop of color; -Looks incredible and fresh; -Combined with white dishes -Clear, bright space; -Coral flowers – everyone’s favorites. 2.Farm House Style; A farm house wouldn’t be complete without plants, and rustic details. Add a rustic carpet on your floor or rustic sheets on your bed. If you are not a fan of real flowers because you don’t have time to take care of it you can buy some faux ones and it will look as beautiful as they were real. 3.Contrasting Colors; Intense colors combined [ Continue reading ]

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3 Spring Trends

If you haven’t already thought about redecorating something in your house with the arrival of spring, well now is the time! If you wonder what should you change I suggest to find places in your house which are in need of a little bit of life. The first trend I’d like to speak about is the Color White. I know, I know white isn’t really a color, but this spring you need to bring light in your house and decorating in white (and add a pop of color) is the main thing to do for a brighter home. The second trend speaks about imposing colors as green, baby blue, yellow on velvet couches and on little accessories like flower vases, a green plant, a blanket or candle jars. The last, but not the least trend speaks about decorating with a mix of patterns. I mean, try to mix something that [ Continue reading ]

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Colors For Spring

Spring is coming and we need new inspiration, new ideas. But when it comes to decorate our room with new furniture or little decorations we have to know what colors are in trend for this year. It seems that a one color look for your room is now enough to make it look great! YELLOW Yellow is not the easiest color to decorate with, but if you get it right, yellow can be sunny and uplifting. All you have to do is to play with textures and patterns. ORANGE A more contemporary choice than strong reds, orange works best when used in moderation. GREEN Fresh, moss greens work best in a hall, garden room or conservatory – rooms that link to the outside. There are also some colors that you can use by itself: blue, pastel pink,violet.

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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;

Wall Texture

  Are you bored of your plain walls , colored or less colored in your home ? Well, me too and as you know me when I have a new idea for decorating my house I share it with you .Not a long time ago, I heard about the texture walls or the 3D ones .It looks more than good in a spacious and well decorated living room. What does texture exactly mean ? Well, we can talk about the texture of brick , marble , wood and so on.I will let you some ideas to inspire you as inspired me and helped too. The 3D walls are more interesting and it offers an arty style to your living room, but it isn’t something easy to have in a living room. You have to have courage to adopt a 3D wall, because it can load your room and make it [ Continue reading ]

Kids Room

Decorating a kid’s room doesn’t have to be so difficult as it seems to. You only need creativity, and if you have it, you have it all. You have to paint the room in playful colors, to take care not to forget about the play corner. An interesting thing about a kid room is the floor. You can personalize the floor in a shape of an animal, or a car, or a doll. The bed has to be covered with fun throw pillows. The most important thing: Ask your child what he/she would prefer !!!

Calcebianca by Studio Talent

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Romanian vs American Tradional kitchen

The kitchen is probably the place where you can find out good stories, where family meet at the end of the day. There are not so many things to say about this two type of kitchens: If you are Romanian, as I am, you know for sure how it looks: a lot of wood, traditional carpet, painted pots. The American one has the little bar where you can prepare food, surrounded by chairs, it is as simple as possible, not too many colors. The styles of these two are totally different, the american one is as luxurious as possible, with modern furniture, but the romanian one is simple, is trying to put in value the traditional style of Romania (a lot of colors, nature, wood, brick). I love the romanian one more, because of its positive vibe.

Miller’s House by asdfg Architekten

Description by asdfg Architekten The history and special situation of the building was a big challenge, but we also saw a high potential in it to become a very unique single family house with a garden in the center of one of the most popular neighbourhoods of Berlin. As it is the oldest building of Prenzlauer Berg, the authorities requested us to reconstruct the facade of the heritage-protected building precisely as depicted on an historical drawing from the year 1844. We wanted to show the history of the old building without pretending that the facade would be 170 years old. Our concept was to interpret the lines in the historical drawing as differences in the height of a stucco facade using ancient techniques and materials. In an architectural drawing a line could be interpreted in different ways; as a gap in the wall, a section line or a difference in [ Continue reading ]