Published at Thursday, December 07th 2017, 11:16:26 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Bedroom. It has been the question of many people on how to make their bedroom look romantic not just this day of hearts but on each day of their lives. Well, making a room romantic is just simple and easy. You can magically turn your bedroom into a romantic and serene one just by adding and hiding some stuff. If you plan to make your room have romantic feel, you can do away with the stuff. Avoid making it stuffy by placing only things that you would need. Although, you can add some touches to make it look elegant but do not place too much. This can give a relaxing feel to the room.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 04:01:57 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 Saturday, November 04th 2017, 03:59:03 AM by Zurie Monnier. Bedroom. Do not just stick with the design. Be sure also to place things that could aid for their learning like books, charts and toys for education. This way, your kid can have fun while learning. Make use of pictures of your child's fondest moment. You can include photos taken while you were in vacation, activities in school, achievement day and many others. You can create an accent wall using these photos which are framed in various sizes.
Published at Sunday, October 29th 2017, 05:57:34 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Dining Room. This dining room design has been created for a residential interior project. A modern contemporary dining room design. kehaola An example of a modern dining room design. A Dining Room rendered using 3ds Max. The above photo shows another angle of the whole design. naderdes The dining room design is a product of an interior rendering project.
Published at Saturday, October 28th 2017, 05:54:27 AM by Yolanda Duret. Kitchen. The monochrome interior makes it a good canvas also that highlights other components in the kitchen to stand out as sculptural elements and uniting the most different details in a harmonious whole. This monochromatic schemed design can exude a more intimate mood when lights are on. The use of glossy and matte materials in straight cuts reveals the modernity of the design.
Published at Friday, October 27th 2017, 05:49:30 AM by Zurie Monnier. Dining Room. After a perfect kitchen experience, people are gathered to share the banquet or even just simple meals in the Dining Room. It is where we get to enjoy chatting while getting stomachs full from luscious meals. A dining room may be designed not necessarily for a whole lot. There are also those with limited space who'd want a decent dining are and it is indeed achievable. In as much as there are dining areas for even two persons, we usually see those designed for quite a number of people. But no matter how many would sit and dine with you, it's important to have the area conducive for dining.
Published at Wednesday, October 25th 2017, 05:46:49 AM by Yvonne Carrere. Kitchen. Here's another view of the kitchen from the bar side showcasing the finely done mosaic tiles. The shade projecting from the cuts of the cabinet doors add more beauty to the room. Simple and elegant. Wood veneers, stone cladding and metalized grey transform this white-toned kitchen into a masterpiece. This Scandinavian inspired white kitchen oozes out a spacious and relaxing feel.
Published at Sunday, October 22nd 2017, 07:25:12 AM by Yolanda Duret. Bathroom. In planning for a bathroom design, there are just a variety of options you may choose from. It would still depend upon what you'd want your bathroom to look like. What makes it easy are the many designs that are already provided for us. This is also why us here at Home Design Lover exist. To give you a couple of choices or you might even want to combine all these to come up with your own perfect style. The design is a product of the designer's study on light and materials.