Published at Wednesday, November 15th 2017, 04:45:14 AM by Yolanda Duret. Bedroom. The simpler the colors you choose, the bigger your room will look. Colors should be bright. Paint the ceiling with white for it gives a sense of height and space. Do not use dark and bold paint for the ceiling for it will make the room look boxed-in. For the walls, use neutral tones for it will give an illusion of added space. Do not crowd your wall with wall hangings. Leave at least one wall without it to have an impression of space.
Published at Sunday, November 05th 2017, 03:10:48 AM by Zurie Monnier. Living Room. Most Victorian furniture has ornate wooden carved embellishments with rich fabrics. You can also use seating pieces that are upholstered in brocade, velvet and embroidered. Add some throw pillows with attractive covers. Choose furniture with exposed wood in some parts like on the arm rest, legs and along the upper back of the chair. Use a table that is carved, marble topped, spindled or faux bamboo. You can accent it with traditional-style lamps and porcelain jars with crocheted doilies under it. For a more classical look, place a bookcase that can fill from floor to ceiling.
Published at Sunday, November 05th 2017, 03:06:24 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Bedroom. A neat Kid's bedroom design. Made by Nickolai Yegorov, The above photo shows another angle of the kid's bedroom. The kid's room has been designed using 3D Max 9 and VRay 1.5rc3. A 1928 Dutch colonial themed room with a cool map mural. A closer look of the kid's bed and the mural. A tematic child's room with a simple touch that children will adore. A view of the closet under the bed to maximize the space by Gaspar Ventura.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 04:10:32 AM by Yolanda Duret. Dining Room. Your dining area can use a chandelier for focal point. Place it in the center of the room for it defines the space. But make sure to choose the right chandelier for your room. Choose a chandelier with a diameter 12″ less than width of the table and its bottom should be 30″ above the table. The dining area is one of the places for gathering. You can use a dimmer switch in order to create a different ambience for various purposes in using the area. If you have an intimate dinner party, you can dim the lights. If your kids are working on the table, then you can give the area great amount of light.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 04:07:25 AM by Zurie Monnier. Kitchen. It's hard to move in an unorganized kitchen. Everything must really have its own place and that's the goal to reach in planning for a kitchen design. Aside from convenience, the organization of stuff matters. Kitchen Designs most likely give appeal to kitchen lovers not to mention interior designers. With an organized kitchen, it's easy to feely move and cook your heart out.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 04:04:21 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Bathroom. Bear in mind that kids are playful and are prone to slipping and bumping into things even if they are in the bathroom. Place safety products in the bathroom like anti-slipping mats and adhesive pads that stick to the bottom of the tub. Also place drain and faucet covers, you can choose covers that are also decorative. Have a cover clamp for your toilet. Just use plain white so that kids will not be curious in peeping into it and be put to danger.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 04:01:57 AM by Yolanda Duret. Living Room. If you have plants in your home, don't place it just anywhere. You would not want your living room to look like a jungle. You can have a plant stand that has a design that suits your style. You can also use decorative pots. When placing it in your living room, make sure that it would not look distracting. Organize your plants well to avoid a crowded look. The living rooms you have seen above had great ways of keeping all their belongings by having smart storage spaces.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 03:59:03 AM by Zurie Monnier. Bedroom. Storage areas are important for a kid's bedroom in order to keep your kid's things. Allocate different areas for their toys, books and clothes. Train them to return the things they took. Teach them how to be organized. Since your kids will surely crawl on the floor to play. Place a broadloom to protect your kid's feet, knees, hands and other parts of his body. Choose a broadloom carpet that can suit to the design of the body. There are many options to use in the floor. You can also use rubber mats in lieu of carpets.