Published at Thursday, December 07th 2017, 11:22:59 AM by Zurie Monnier. 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 Wednesday, October 04th 2017, 06:10:17 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Living Room. Most often, a living room has a focal point like a fireplace or a television set. You can arrange your furniture around your focal point. As you do this, allow some open space for easy access when one walks into the living room. If you have a large area, you can have more than one set of sofas or conversation area to do away with an empty look. You can also use larger furniture for your space.
Published at Monday, October 02nd 2017, 06:06:12 AM by Yolanda Duret. Bedroom. Your child's toys are colorful and they also come in different sizes and shapes. They can serve as a decoration for the room. This way, you can save storage space by using hooks to hang large toys and open shelves for small toys. It actually looks great especially if the toys are arranged well. For the wall of the bedroom, choose a bright colored paint and combine it with some prints. Aside from the wall, you can also use it for cabinets and other accents. You can try using a mural instead of prints. Let it show your kid's favourite theme like flowers, race cars and others.
Published at Sunday, October 01st 2017, 07:59:52 AM by Zurie Monnier. 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, September 30th 2017, 07:57:45 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Kitchen. Splashbacks are mostly used in the kitchen these days instead of tiled countertops. Aside from giving a streamlined look, it can also make your kitchen look classier. The good news is you can now choose different colors, patterns and designs for your splashbacks. You can even opt to use wooden, stone or steel. Whichever is appealing to you and suitable to your kitchen, the important thing is you could get a smart splashback.
Published at Thursday, September 28th 2017, 07:55:42 AM by Yolanda Duret. Bathroom. Before you start buying some decor, choose a concept or a color theme for the bathroom. If the bathroom is connected to your kid's bedroom, you can have the same concept. Of course, you have to ask your kid what he or she wants for the bathroom so that you will not just be wasting money.
Published at Wednesday, September 27th 2017, 07:52:31 AM by Zurie Monnier. Living Room. Victorian floors are usually high patterned. They use tiles that really show some lavish designs and patterns. You can do this but just make sure that the furniture and the wall will complement with your floor. If you used a heavy patterned floor, then opt for a lighter wall and a lighter carpet so that your room will not look too heavy and bulky.
Published at Monday, September 25th 2017, 07:48:28 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.