Published at Thursday, June 08th 2017, 12:43:00 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
It’s middle summer now and we mostly spend time outdoors as the weather is fantastic! Outdoor bedrooms, patios, terraces plus sunrooms are favorite places to spend time now. But what about bringing a summer feel indoors? It is not really difficult and expensive as it seems. Start from your living room! To get a summer sensing take bold and juicy colors – you can choose colorful furniture or wallpaper but it is frequently enough to take some ornament like throws or curtains to get a necessary ambience– easy and budget-friendly! If you are not a fan of bright colors, pastels will look no less delightful and summer-like. Adding a couple of details like a hammock or a surf is a simple and fun idea that will make your room charming. Get inspired by the perfectly styled examples below!
Published at Monday, March 20th 2017, 12:51:46 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
All the furniture is in neutral overtone in order to accentuate on certain golden elements. They create a warm and welcoming atmosphere as well as they are perfect for working environment. Little tricks turned the office in a room full of magic. For example, the desk is actually a dining table found in IKEA.
Published at Sunday, March 19th 2017, 09:50:49 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
Amit Vadehra of Tarun Vadehra Interiors disclosed, “Five years ago when we were at Maison & Objet Paris, we came through Timothy Oulton’s booth. This is exactly the kind of stuff we love…the way we would like our home to be. We loved the materials especially how the solid wood has been incorporated.”
Published at Saturday, March 18th 2017, 09:48:22 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
The interior catch the tranquility of the natural environment, making the inhabitant feel like tasting the sweet escape of freedom. The quadrangle has corners sprinkled with zen pebbles and a green emerald grass field surrounds the house. “The room was treated from its origin, with the same respect for design as a museum. Carving of ceiling, walls and floor it is not only makes sculptural separation throughout the residence, but with the spirit of a rock pool, supply channels to flow through and describe sample space in which to dwell together.” The result is a harmonic composition, that seems to evolve together with its inhabitants.
Published at Friday, March 17th 2017, 05:12:15 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
One word to illustrate the amazing and fashionably Breust Residence in Australia: transparency. The house, flooded by light, is a gorgeous mix of sophisticated details, guarded by an infinity pool (also with a transparent structure) on a side and a marvelous garden on the other. The people responsible for accomplishing such a mesmerizing final outcome are the ones behind JUO, an Australian, Perth-based scheme studio. The living room is arranged as a long (and transparent) corridor. The high ceilings or the glass walls produce this best breezy aura that enhances the sense of freedom.
Published at Wednesday, March 15th 2017, 04:20:21 AM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
The key to a modern rustic room is an open ground plan, modern furniture, and preserved and exposed natural architectural components. The color scheme is very simple with large windows carrying the outdoors in. This style has an informal elegance – comfortable and modern living at its best!
Published at Monday, March 13th 2017, 01:49:50 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
And yet many elements of the design came about by happy accident. Some features were lucky discoveries (see Tried + tested) or caused by suppliers sending the wrong materials while others were a result of interior designer George – an associate with Bugs Design Consultants – throwing a professional eye over the work in progress and saying, “Stop!” The solid wall running the length of the living room and kitchen, for example, was to be smooth and even in colour. But after the contractors had finished a section of the kitchen wall, George obvious he preferred the different shades and textures of the unfinished concrete slapped onto the living room wall, so he called a halt to the work and declared it good.
Published at Saturday, March 11th 2017, 14:39:36 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
“I certainly would not say the British have a monopoly on eccentricity,” says Ros Byam Shaw, author of the 2014 book English Eccentric: A Celebration of Imaginative, Intriguing and Stylish Interiors (Ryland Peters & Small). “Every country has its eccentrics, but perhaps we have much than most. It is a trait we celebrate rather than pillory, and nonconformity is quite a British thing.