In Vogue Luxury at Temozon House in Yucatan, Mexico

    Conceived by Carrillo Arquitectos y Asociados, the Temozón House was assembled in 2013, in Yucatan, Mexico. Proclaiming a specific state-of-the-art design that underlines solid edges and angular shapes, the Temozón House thrills with a cosmopolitan allure yet welcoming aspect that is eclipsed in grandeur only by its own sumptious room distributions organized between its walls. In consideration of guaranteeing an obvious contact between the interior and the exterior, the establishment was designed utilizing an L-shaped scheme that partly surrounds one of the inside gardens. By enclosing the pool to the garden, the design attempts to deliver numerous recreation alternatives, offering its inhabitans the desired ambience for detaching from the everyday worries. As regards the indoor field, we can remark the warmth of the appearance that makes every visitor feel like home. Abundant comfort and delighting decor features complement the cozy ambience. The tender shades of the chambers blend in perfect [ Continue reading ]

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    Scandinavian Apartment with Greek Accents

    The Scandinavian home style has made its way to everyone’s heart lately thanks to its defined and yet wild manner. Two typical features of this style- white walls and simple forward-thinking furniture are to be found in this very design too. But that’s not all. A curve ball introduces subtle accents of Greek home designing. This thoughtful mixture establishes an alluring composition with a grain of freshness. Starting in the living, the stark Scandi walls induce a minimalistic backdrop for a full host of natural Greek materials, sprinkled all over the lounging zone. Dainty foot stads complimenting scatter cushions and floor cushions, together with a large rug unite to construct a gracious semblance. The kitchen design spreads on the blue and white palette. A lenghty backsplash has been formed from a checkerboard of tiles. The furniture itself has a traditional touch. White wooden, with shell cup handles establish a bold, [ Continue reading ]

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    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 ]

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    How to Make a Garden Fountain Out of, Well, Anything You Want

    You tried sweating it out in the sauna, you can’t let go in a yoga pose, and om isn’t exactly hitting home. And no wonder—you’re working too hard at relaxing. What you need is a place to sit quietly and contemplate the sounds of nature: birds chirping, breezes blowing, brooks babbling. What—no backyard brook? Not a problem. Just build yourself the next best thing, with a softly trickling garden fountain. The project is nothing to get stressed about. In a mere weekend, you can fountain-ize most any leftover garden ornament, turning it into an enduring monument to tranquillity. Revive a defunct birdbath, declare your own ode to a Grecian urn, or drill holes in a stack of rocks you found on-site, as This Old House technical editor Mark Powers did for a friend one hot afternoon. When the job is finished and your fountain runneth over, you’ll rinse the tension from your [ Continue reading ]

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    Northern California’s Off Grid Tiny House In The Woods

    This tiny house in the woods is dreamy and it takes only one look to notice this fact. It seems like the perfect gateway for a romantic weekend and a place where you can truly connect with nature. But most of all, it looks like the ideal place to relax and spend precious moments with your loved one. The house is situated in Northern California, hidden in the woods in a beautiful scenery. The whole structure came at a cost of only $1000 and it is run entirely on solar power so it is an environmentally conscious establishment. There is a large area where you can sit and do your daily activities and then transform it into a sleeping space. The structure was created out of the remains of an old ship and high quality wood and the large windows let the sunshine inside. The large window on the top of [ Continue reading ]

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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.

    The Staircase

    Come and see how people have turned this architectural lynch pin in to a thing of beauty which, that can set the decorative tone of an entire house. Come and scale the dizzying heights of staircase design. To me, it seems a beautiful,inspirational,creative idea, one that I would adopt if I had a house.  Jessica Doyle has a guide to staircase in which she give you lots and lots of ideas and she is the one who inspired me to write this article. 

    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 ]

    Clocks

      The watches are also included in the category of decorations for the home, although very little attention it’s given to this issue , they are indispensable . Well, I thought about this issue because, honestly, I ‘m a little bit bored with the classical watches that are hung on a nail on the wall in the hallway or kitchen .I took five minutes of my time searching for a  few original, as artistic as possible watches that also look better.I encourage you to pay more attention to basic decorations which occupies a small place in your house/apartment.  

    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.  

    Interior Courtyard

    A garden in the house? Sounds a little bit strange, I know, but for me this is again an original idea which inspires and makes me to want increasingly more to live in a house, not in an apartment. What could be better than sitting in the living room, on a winter evening, relaxing with a cup of hot chocolate and surround a small garden with plants? I do not find it difficult to maintain, as long as it isn’t large and occupies only a small part of your space. I said this too in previous articles and I think it is something worth to remind when decorating our space: feng shui encourage the use of many herbs and natural elements to decorate the house , so a kindergarten inside the living room does not sound bad at all , right?