Published at Friday, September 08th 2017, 07:45:51 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Living Room. The Living Room gives the next impression for the whole house design after looking at its exterior. It is where visitors are received and most of the time becomes the venue for long talks. This part of the house must give relaxation apart from the bedroom and this is where several designs come out. Designers or home owners would either want it colorful in style or minimal. Our first post for today will tour you into different living rooms we have gathered from the web.
Published at Monday, June 12th 2017, 11:30:41 AM by Yolanda Duret. Living Room. If you have observed that trash has accumulated in the living room, it might be time for you to place a wastebasket to trim down clutter. This is applicable especially if you have kids in the house who would be throwing their trash anywhere. Be smart in choosing a wastebasket and in placing it in the living room. Make sure that it would fit in the room's decor. Always deodorise your trash bags to avoid foul smell. Also, use one that has a cover or a lid so that it would not be ugly to look at.
Published at Wednesday, June 07th 2017, 10:27:56 AM by Zurie Monnier. Bedroom. In choosing colors for a bedroom, make sure you will use neutral colors, warm colors, earth colors and pastel colors. These should be used in your walls, ceilings and even your furniture. Avoid using bright colors for this will not stimulate you to sleep. Make sure also that the colors of your furniture and even fabrics complement each other. You have to make your room restful and relaxing so that you won't find it hard to doze off.
Published at Monday, June 05th 2017, 10:14:02 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Dining Room. Eating together with your family and friends is a great indoor activity to strengthen the knot that ties the group. It's where we get to spend our time enjoying a healthy conversation with people we're dining with. Designing your dining area can put up an extra spice to the palatable food that are served at the table. Have a comfortable space for discussions or just to talk about anything under the sun. It can also indulge one's appetite to eat well and simply enjoy the graces on the table.
Published at Thursday, May 25th 2017, 10:01:35 AM by Yolanda Duret. Kitchen. By using more glass materials, your kitchen will surely look larger for it allows light to bounce around the area. You can use glass counter or tabletop, glass door cabinets and others. You can even have a glass kitchen door that allows you to see the other areas of the house or a perfect view of your yard. This can help expand your space visually. You can also use reflective glass tile that can make your kitchen look sparkling.
Published at Tuesday, May 16th 2017, 09:37:32 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 Tuesday, May 09th 2017, 09:35:17 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 Wednesday, May 03rd 2017, 09:31:28 AM by Yolanda Duret. Bathroom. Some small bathrooms and washrooms have very high ceilings which gives the feeling of being boxed in. To avoid that, use slatted false ceilings with the right lighting. This can greatly help to enhance your bathroom. Use good decoration of your ceiling in order to make a better ambience inside the room.