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DIY Home Decor

Most of the time I spend scrolling through Pinterest’s pages, and every time I come across some interesting ideas which I want to show you too. I know some times it’s easier to look on Pinterest, but for those who want some interesting ideas, I find quite easy to look here for a simpler presentation. BRANCH HOLDER This one I tried myself and it’s pretty gorgeous. I used the glass to store my makeup brushes in it, but with a candle inside it looks more beautiful. PERSONALIZED EARTH GLOBE A personalized earth globe sounds like a great idea for a home decor? For me it does! STONE COASTERS Stone Coasters bring a natural vibe in your home. It makes you feel surrounded by nature when you drink your coffee or tea. COFFEE TABLE This last one looks a little bit complicated, but trust me that in fact it isn’t such [ Continue reading ]

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Monchrome Home

Recently, I collected a lot of  photos with monochrome homes and I decided to put a photo with every room in the house and create my own house combining photos from different houses. First of all, I chose this living room, because it is almost all black and intimate. Of couse, I choose an all white bedroom, because you know me, my love for all white rooms. The kitchen is more white, with different textures. All blue for the bathroom, to make me feel like I am beside the ocean every time I have a shower.

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On The Balcony

The first thing you observe at a home is the outdoor area, so that’s why it is very important to decorate it with style. As far as I am concerned, the outdoor area should be GREEN. Why green? I mean, full of plants, flowers arranged as arty as possible. I always declared my love for the nature, and how much I love staying outside, watching the sky, the stars. I would also love to have breakfast there. For those who doesn’t live at the countryside, or they don’t have  a house it is a little bit frustrating to have such a little balcony in an apartment, but I tell you for sure that you can make it look great also.

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See Beyond Your Limits

Two Greek architects have created a striking house design called ‘Casa Brutale’ that perfectly complements the powerful concrete style known as brutalism – they’ve embedded their luxury brutalist home into a cliff, creating a severe yet inviting structure with an at once beautiful and terrifying view. Architects Laertis Antonios Ando Vassiliou and Pantelis Kampouropoulos, who formed OPA Works together, envisioned the building concept as a “poetic homage to pure Brutalism.” The roof-top pool (at ground level) and underground walls help insulate the building and keep it cool. There’s clearly something about cliffs that excites architects’ imaginations, because the architects at Modscape Concept also created an amazing cliff-face house concept. This is amazing, isn`t it? If you considered interesting, useful my article, please SUBSCRIBE!

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Architects that bring nature to your house

Wondering which design is the greatest for your new home? Pure nature! No, I am not wrong! The nature is the best home ‘accessory’. Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most influential architects of the first half of the 20th century. Lloyd Wright died 50 years ago, but his designs are still alive. ‘Fallingwater’ is just one of his amazing houses. The team at Swat Miers Architects transformed a vision into reality, designing the three tea houses as perfect observation spots. We can notice that the principal idea of this houses is the big windows, and the raw material used for almost every object in house. Besides these two major innovations of the architects, there are many houses that bring nature inside them.  

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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 ]

Fall Bedroom Decor

Autumn is already here, and I love it. Cozy sweaters, hot chocolate, pumpkin spice lattes and lots and lots of beautiful autumnal colors. What I love the most about autumn is that I can totally change my bedroom appearance and make it more beautiful, more cozy. If you are like me, and you like to spend the biggest part of your time in your bedroom reading, doing homework, watching youtube videos, you choose *for sure* the bedroom to be the first when comes to decorate. I will give you some ideas about fall bedroom decors, and I will also teach you how to DIY easy room decor for every season. The next posts will be concentrated on this theme. Ok, so let’s start! 1. Make some garlands from fake leaves *color it in gold,burgundy,orange*; 2. DIY you own pillow case *If I were to choose for a design I would [ 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.  

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 ]

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 ]

A boring deck or a cool outdoor kitchen?

Imgur user RogerBennett55 was getting no use out of the patio in his backyard, so a change had to be made. He decided that eating and drinking were a few of his favorite pastimes and so that became the genesis for building an outdoor kitchen of his own. Brilliant. After watching a few online tutorials and doing some research on how to design his own kitchen he began to build his dream. And only several weeks of work later he did just that. In his own words, this is exactly how he pulled it off… Building out the U frame. Bar and footrest attached. Starting the Durock installation  Supports for grill and framing for doors. And more Durock Drop in ice chest cutout and door framed Here’s to hoping the grill fits…fingers crossed. Durock nearly done…just need to cutout spot for the Big Green Egg grill in corner.  Grill fits!! Nearly–a little [ Continue reading ]