Published at Friday, August 25th 2017, 07:34:36 AM by Roderika Amalie. Bedroom. Contemporary interior design can be recognize with few key trademarks, for example, chrome metallic accents and utilizing substantial glass and mirrors. This sort of interior uses intense shading pieces, high roofs, exposed windows and geometric shapes in dividers and craftsmanship figures. Contemporary interior is about more things, here toning it down would be ideal. Every piece emerges as individual and interesting in this sort if interior design.
Published at Saturday, August 26th 2017, 07:35:05 AM by Yulia Yevgeniya. Kitchen. Granite Kitchen Counters. There are plenty of reasons granite counters are so popular – this natural stone has plenty of character, with unique grains, colors and customizable finishes. When properly sealed, it’s one of the most durable options out there. While it can cost as low as $50 per square foot installed, prices can go up quickly with more exotic slabs and difficult installations.
Published at Friday, August 25th 2017, 07:34:49 AM by Tiberia Arianna. Dining Room. Style Features. Styles vary depending on the manufacturer. For example, you might choose a trestle table when creating a country look in your home. These dining room sets are often constructed out of reclaimed wood to give them a rustic and primitive appearance. Benches may line this type of furniture for informal seating. More traditional options include wood with a rich and glossy finish and ornate carvings on the legs. For dining room sets with modern appeal, consider metals and glass for both legs and tops.
Published at Monday, July 03rd 2017, 05:50:12 AM by Roderika Amalie. Kitchen. Concrete Kitchen Counters. Pigments, stains and dyes can create concrete counters with color and visual texture. With the right sealer, a concrete counter can be well worth its cost – at least $100 to $150 per square foot installed.
Published at Thursday, June 29th 2017, 05:50:00 AM by Darcey Muirgel. Kitchen. Zinc Kitchen Counters. You don't see zinc countertops in many modern kitchens, but this metal has a warmth that has made it popular for centuries. Zinc's tone darkens with time, adding patina. Its antimicrobial properties make it a smart choice for a cooking space. This beautiful material typically costs $100 and up per square foot, installed.
Published at Thursday, June 22nd 2017, 05:49:39 AM by Calandra Fotini. Kitchen. If you're limited on space and storage in your L‐shaped kitchen, adding a pot rack frees up space in a base cabinet. In its grandest expression, the L‐shaped kitchen has a large island, main sink on one wall, range on the other, and prep sink in the island. This creates at least two overlapping work triangles, allowing for multiple cooks to work at the same time. Guest seating at the island creates a "kitchen as theater" feel. Even in some smaller spaces, you can fit a L‐shaped kitchen, small island and prep sink. No seating at this island, but I'm sure having that extra sink more than makes up for it in the cook's eyes!
Published at Wednesday, June 14th 2017, 21:45:20 PM by Yulia Yevgeniya. Kitchen. Organize inside. It may sound like a no‐brainer, but often what makes a kitchen, big or small, organized is how we arrange the insides of our cupboards. Shelf and drawer dividers, hooks, racks and other storage devices are key to keeping order. Consider what works for you and go custom if you can. Are you a Mason jar and Tupperware kind of person? Do you prefer mugs on hooks, shelves or in drawers? Storage is often about personal preference. Here, the slim slots for chopping boards and placemats are a brilliant idea, as is the slim pullout spice rack.
Published at Saturday, June 10th 2017, 21:45:10 PM by Tiberia Arianna. Kitchen. A dark, richly veined stone can actually feel less dramatic when paired with dark cabinets. Whether you use espresso wood or a modern painted gray, as shown in the previous photo, coordinating a base tone in the stone with one of a similar darkness or lightness in the cabinets will help the two connect.
Published at Tuesday, May 23rd 2017, 21:45:02 PM by Roderika Amalie. Kitchen. Be clever with your cabinets. Use every spare inch in a small kitchen by building recessed shelves where feasible. Here, they surround an integrated refrigerator. With this design solution, wall space that’s too skinny or awkwardly shaped for extra cabinets can still be used to hold frequently used items. In this kitchen, it also helps open up the room and leads the eye to an appealing feature. The other clever feature in this kitchen is the cookbook niche above the door – another neat storage trick that doesn’t take up too much room. Ask a builder if one can be carved out from an existing wall.
Published at Monday, May 15th 2017, 21:44:52 PM by Darcey Muirgel. Living Room. Once the seating selection of your couch is decided then the material used on your couch needs to be considered as well. If you have young family with child or children or you have pets then you may want to consider the ease in which you can clean your furniture. Therefore, you may want to consider selecting a leather couch or micro suede. Both materials have been popular due to the ease in cleaning. Whereas upholstered couches provide more color and pattern selection but are not as easy to clean, and usually are not stain resistant. Keeping these options in mind helps in decorating your home with beautiful decor that provides both style and comfort.