Published at Thursday, August 10th 2017, 15:04:53 PM by Page Marin. Bedroom.
But taking the reverse technique of creating the block wall the focal point in the small bedroom also works at times, particularly when you want a distinctive headboard wall! Once again, it’s horses for courses and what runs in one tiny bedroom might not quite seem equally impressive in another with an entirely dissimilar theme and style.
Published at Sunday, April 02nd 2017, 11:05:31 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Brazilian architect in collaboration with art collector Mara Fainziliber and lighting planner Maneco Quinderé made an interior called Living Room of an Art Collector, as part of , an important event of national architecture and ornament held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The brief of the project was to make a spot where tradition meets contemporary decoration, in a pleasant manner. Here is small description from Gisele Taranto: “Ceiling, floor and walls were saved as originally and received pieces of art and designed furniture. The biggest challenge was to display that it is feasible to maximize contemporaneity to any historical room, giving emphasis to both. Pieces of renowned and new promising artists, national and internationally, were used in the space.” Even though this massive, one thousand square foot living room is not something one could easily rebuild, some of the decorating elements found here are beautiful, practical and inspiring.
Published at Friday, March 31st 2017, 11:02:00 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
Share your imagination: While many pillows are designer labeled and use the finest of textiles and ornamentation, some pillows need not be. In fact, if you are a crafts person and relish creating your own pillows, your couch is the perfect place to showcase them! From creative knitted pillows to ones that resemble boulders or stones, your couch is where you relax and entertain guests. Have your pillows inform something about you as well as your home. The couch doesn’t always have to look like it’s in a museum!
Published at Thursday, March 30th 2017, 10:59:12 AM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Interiordesignlovers is strongly impressed by these tremendous Scandinavian living room architect because of not only its modern, luxury and splendid beauty but also its functional and refined interior design. It is the reason why today we are glad to share this fascinating collection with you – our beloved readers! From extraordinary interiors occupied by delightful colors, to simple but highly useful decors, Scandinavia's people living room create a strong impression on visitors. Cozy couchs make exhilarating spaces for friend gatherings, reading corners, traditional fireplaces, royal pendant lamps, colorful pillows, guitars and pianos are just a few of the elements animating these lovely cribs.
Published at Tuesday, March 28th 2017, 09:50:21 AM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Maison & Objet 2013: these ice-cream painted poufs and rugs by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola for Spanish textile trademark Gan were introduced at Maison and Objet design fair in Paris this week. Patricia Urquiola's Lana Mangas collection for Gan, a division of the Gandia Blasco scheme brand, comprises modular elements that can be arranged in a variety of configurations. The range incorporate cross-shaped rugs that form an interlocking floor covering. A seating module with a little backrest can be combined with square and rectangular poufs to make flexible seating planning.
Published at Monday, March 27th 2017, 09:32:15 AM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Whether you have a fireplace with stockings, a ornamented Christmas tree, multicolored lighting installation or a creative message on one of the walls, the living room is the focal point of many residences and should set the tone for the entire house.
Published at Friday, March 24th 2017, 14:02:07 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
The living room is extremely beautiful and arresting. Probably the most essential piece of décor, the chandelier dominates the already breathtaking scheme. The master bedroom is nothing but regal. With precious fabrics of velvet, mixing majestic tones of blue, the bedroom could be reduced to a certainty feature: sophisticated. Discovered by the Italians, but borrowed in the entire Europe, the baroque as an creative style had one prime purpose: exaggerate and convey cathartic luxuriance upon people. Back to our home, many single detail exhales splendor. From fabrics, to motifs, Greg Natale is one of a kind. The edgy mixing of classy also contemporary makes a creative line that make distinguish his design at Clarke Payne.
Published at Wednesday, March 22nd 2017, 13:00:46 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
After convocation ideas and suggestions, the designers managed to create a fun place, offering “fluid circulation for joyful fun of all kinds”. The dramatic high ceilings remind us of the classical architecture where grand means gorgeous. The designers describe: “Reinterpreted from a contemporary perspective, the coffered ceilings, theatrical openings in the passages and wide matt-white mouldings working along the base of the silk-grey walls mix to create a sense of elegance and harmony, but, surprisingly they bring comfort, too.” Wide windows accomplished the décor, showcasing the beautiful green site, inviting you to relax, enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and explore the surroundings. Gorgeous round chandeliers decorate the living and the dining room and playful tones of purple add some fun to the ambiance.