Larsson Residence by Webb & Brown-Neaves

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Apartment in Panama by dos G Arquitectos

“The concept for the renovation of spaces was to update the floor plan of a 30 years old apartment in Punta Paitilla (Panama City) with an old distribuition in order to adapt it to the demands of contemporary life, for the current owner that enjoys cooking, wants his privacy, has no need of using air conditioning because prefers cross ventilation, enjoys the “dolce far niente” of sitting and watching a sunset. The most important element was to include the views/sky and the exterior as a part of interior design. We made punctual demolitions in order to achieve this modern layout of open spaces that intercommunicate and relate with the environment and landscape. The apartment is the entire 26th floor of the building, so we were able to re-design the entire lobby, creating a new and more central entry. From this lobby the owner has another service entry to the apartment’s [ Continue reading ]

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Contemporary House by Cañas Arquitectos

Photography by Jordi Miralles

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10 Creative DIY Garden Marker Crafts

When you have dedicated lots of time to making a beautiful garden, the good reviews are welcomed. But it can be tiresome to keep on describing what each plant is to your visiting friends. Perhaps you yourself have forgotten the whereabouts of some of your small green friends. That is the reason why you need to make a few DIY garden markers. Regardless of what you use in this project, from clothespins to rocks, the final result will definitely improve the way the garden looks; not to mention the way they are all organized. Wooden spools, Mason jar lids, wine corks, spoons and plenty other materials can be creatively fashioned into awesome garden markers. 1.Wine Cork Markers 2. Mason Jar Lid Plant Label 3. DIY River Rock Garden Markers 4. Wooden Spoon Markers 5. Terracotta Pot Markers

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Bedroom Design Ideas

Between sleeping, reading and, quite simply, relaxing, it’s likely you spend a lot of time in your bedroom. It makes sense, then, that you’ve also spent a significant amount of time turning it into your own personal oasis. CONVENTIONAL A conventional bedroom layout is anchored by a bed with a nightstand on either side. Across from the foot of the bed, a dresser should be situated below a mirror. Resist the temptation to add more furniture. You don’t need it. LOUNGE-LIKE If your room has ample space, however, consider creating a lounge-like atmosphere.For creating a separate space for daytime relaxation in your bedroom, situate two lounge chairs across from the foot of the bed with a side table in between them. TINY BEDROOM In tiny bedrooms, it’s important to make us of the side walls and mirrors to open up the space.One space-saving technique is to put the bed against the wall, with a [ Continue reading ]

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Bedrooms For The Weekend

Sometimes, I just want to stay in bed all day and what do you want the most in this kind of days? A relaxing bedroom where you can clean your mind,meditate and so yoga (I recommend it). For me, there are some specific kind of bedroom that fit in this description.  The first one is The Minimalist Bedroom : all white, the branch and metal lantern are the only decor element. The second one is The lofty industrial bedroom : industrial windows and ceiling, and you can apply some of the DIYs I spoke about in a previous post. The last one is The ethnic-chic bedroom : protected in its niche from the outside world.  *you can check a previous post about bohemian style too*

The Fuji Kindergarten

  Speaking about the nature in the previous article and how to live surrounded by it, I came back with another post related to nature and about living in its vicinity .This builiding I am gonna show you is made by some talented architects. We all know how important the forest is for our health , because it gives us oxygen. And what we want most for our children ? Health ! The Tezuka architects have built a kindergarden surrounded by woods, nature in Fuji . Thus, children can be close to the nature , play without being put in danger in any way. The building was constructed so as to provide the necessary safety and be open to nature .

Feminine apartments

Women are defined as sensitive, fragile human beings and these qualities can be reflected in the way they design their own home. I can imagine that the perfect space for a woman is a clear and spacious one with white, light pink or purple furniture, carpets and wallpapers. As home decorations they would probably love to fill the house with flowers, mirrors, gold or silver vases and photo frames. Another innovation can be a romantic corner where she would like to stay with her husband/boyfriend, like a fireplace in front of which she can place a fur carpet. The Victorian style is also something that women choose when it comes to decorate their home. It is this possible because the Victorian style it is also represented by a woman? (The Queen Victoria)

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 ]

Eclectic In Soft Shades

This is what eclectic means to me: soft shades, different textures, colored wallpapers. This also sends me to think about the scandinavian style I spoke about in a previous article, about simple furniture, but with a little bit of color. Eclectic means to choose what you love from a lot of other styles and put it together to form your own style.  

Bedroom Design Ideas

Between sleeping, reading and, quite simply, relaxing, it’s likely you spend a lot of time in your bedroom. It makes sense, then, that you’ve also spent a significant amount of time turning it into your own personal oasis. CONVENTIONAL A conventional bedroom layout is anchored by a bed with a nightstand on either side. Across from the foot of the bed, a dresser should be situated below a mirror. Resist the temptation to add more furniture. You don’t need it. LOUNGE-LIKE If your room has ample space, however, consider creating a lounge-like atmosphere.For creating a separate space for daytime relaxation in your bedroom, situate two lounge chairs across from the foot of the bed with a side table in between them. TINY BEDROOM In tiny bedrooms, it’s important to make us of the side walls and mirrors to open up the space.One space-saving technique is to put the bed against the wall, with a [ Continue reading ]