Published at Wednesday, November 29th 2017, 11:10:53 AM by Zurie Monnier. Bedroom. You can create an illusion of space in the bedroom by following the simple things we have below. You can start by choosing the right furniture. So, when you purchase furniture, keep in mind the dimensions of the room. You also have to choose the right paint for the room and accessories, too. To help you, here are big yet simple ideas to make your small bedroom look large.
Published at Monday, July 17th 2017, 14:03:56 PM by Zurie Monnier. 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 Thursday, July 13th 2017, 14:00:49 PM by Yvonne Carrere. Bedroom. With this, feel free to be inspired with these 15 Really Elegant Masters Bedroom styles and be amazed. And since this type of bedroom requires space, we are hoping that these masters bedroom designs will serve as your guide in achieving what you want and what you should have in that dream house of yours.
Published at Wednesday, July 12th 2017, 11:43:13 AM by Yolanda Duret. Dining Room. Some homeowners place wall scones not just to add decoration but to add drama to the dining area. You can even dim the lights on a romantic dinner and turn on the wall sconces only. This way, an area will still remain lighted and you will be able to have a truly romantic ambience. Have a well lighted dining area by using fluorescent lights. This can give a great amount of light to those who are dining. Opt for dimmers so that the room can be flexible for any occasions. It can work well as an overhead lighting.
Published at Tuesday, July 04th 2017, 11:39:50 AM by Zurie Monnier. Kitchen. For a well kept kitchen, you need to have good storage spaces. Use drawers for they maximize storage space. Have deep drawers for your pots and pans and shallow ones for your cutlery. It is important to keep sharp objects especially if there are kids at home. Use hanging cabinets that reaches the ceiling. For your handles, use finger pulls or stainless steel for a better look.
Published at Thursday, June 22nd 2017, 11:36:18 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Bathroom. Sufficiency of space is important in order to allow comfort inside the bathroom. It wouldn't be nice to enter a bathroom where you could hardly stand nor move. Allow space for sitting, standing, getting in and out of the bath tub or shower and enough traffic for moving around. You can use glass shelving for keeping your cosmetics and toiletries. A good color scheme will help you enhance a small bathroom. You can also use curves in a linear room for it adds interest. Use mirrors, windows and glass strategically for it creates a sense of openness allowing light to bounce throughout your entire bathroom.
Published at Monday, June 12th 2017, 11:30:41 AM by Yolanda Duret. Living Room. Dark and bright shades with rich colors are used to get a Victorian look. Woodwork should be of dark tones also so that it can go along the other shades in the room. The use of red, burgundy, violet, yellow and blue is very common in a Victorian room. But white can still be used as long as you use Victorian furniture.
Published at Wednesday, June 07th 2017, 10:27:56 AM by Zurie Monnier. Bedroom. To give enough light during the night, place a lampshade. It can also be good as an added decoration for the bedroom. There are decorative lamps with creative shades which you can use for your kid's bedroom. But you can also buy plain lampshades and decorate it yourself. Some designs are indeed elegant and sophisticated. But whatever decoration you use, one thing is more important, it is the love and care that can be mirrored on how much hard work and time you have spent working on your kid's room.