Published at Friday, November 24th 2017, 10:59:21 AM by Yolanda Duret. Living Room. To do away with clutter, have enough storage spaces. Create smart storage areas in the living room that will make your room look neat and organized. Think of a way that it can add beauty to the area. If you notice that there is still some clutter, maybe it is time for you to add some storage space. You can have magazine racks for your reading materials. The key to having a neat storage space it to place only the number of items that can be accommodated in your storage area. Place the excess in other storage spaces.
Published at Friday, August 04th 2017, 10:44:16 AM by Zurie Monnier. 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 Wednesday, August 02nd 2017, 10:41:31 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Kitchen. Marvel at this gorgeous kitchen of papaya lacquered base tops which make it look dashing and clean. Given a feminine touch with silk-effect butter, etched glass and silk-screen printed doors for a stunning biege kitchen. White and oak reigns this magnificent kitchen making it look totally clean and orderly. An elegant white kitchen could be your choice for subtle yet sophisticated look.
Published at Tuesday, August 01st 2017, 14:07:14 PM by Yolanda Duret. Bathroom. A lavatory that looks simple but elegant with its usage of high-quality materials which makes it look more first class. Crystals and light shades comprise the design of this bathroom for an alluring look. This time, black crystals and glass are used for a stronger impact yet maintaining the luxurious feel. Decorative glass used in the mirror and an elegant lavatory is the focal point of this bathroom made more beautiful with the crystal chandelier.
Published at Monday, July 17th 2017, 14:03:56 PM by Zurie Monnier. Living Room. Use elaborate window treatments like swags, valances and tiebacks. Use fabrics that are silk, brocade and damask. Trim these with tassels, cords, braid and crystals to add more embellishments. You can also have a stained glass window if you are willing to spend money for it. To get that Victorian look, use decorative mouldings, ornaments, plasterwork and arches for your walls. Arches can create a grand look while plasters and mouldings give that look of authenticity. These things may cost a lot but would certainly give you the look you want. But if you want to save money, you can opt for walls with deep rich colors like red. You may also apply unique wallpapers with metallic or ornate prints.
Published at Thursday, July 13th 2017, 14:00:49 PM by Yvonne Carrere. Bedroom. The design has been rendered using 3Ds Max, Vray and Adobe Photoshop. A minimalistic design of a wide bedroom space. The design is for a private villa in Cairo, Egypt. Notice another minimalistically designed room with a good choice of room color and furnitures. An elegantly teenager's room in a private apartment. A camouflage inspired teen's bedroom Benjamin Moore.
Published at Wednesday, July 12th 2017, 11:43:13 AM by Yolanda Duret. Dining Room. Adding potted plants in your dining room is also a smart way in combining nature and man-made stuff. You can place them on a shelf or on the floor. Choose plants that have bright green leaves to give more life to your room. Use contemporary pots that have geometric patterns and neutral colors. You can either opt for short or tall plants. But be sure to choose the right placement for these plants.
Published at Tuesday, July 04th 2017, 11:39:50 AM by Zurie Monnier. Kitchen. Do away with that boxy feeling in your kitchen by using open storage instead of close cupboards. Also, if it is applicable, you can do away with an island. Consider the usage of the area. If you think that you can already work well without an island, then be it. Make your kitchen as open as possible with only the necessary things in it.