April 19, 2015 Guest Post
One of the biggest complaints from homeowners with modern stairs is that they can sometimes look a little bland, especially if they are located in an empty hallway without much else to look at. In this article, we have shared 10 of our favourite ways to “spruce up” your stairs and make them a real feature of your home. Which are you most interested in using?
Contemporary House Design, Multi Residential
This Hanover Terrace Residence was designed by Belsize Architects. The brief required complete refurbishment to fit the historic building for a modern lifestyle. The main rooms, at ground and first floor, were restored and the front and rear rooms connected together with large openings. A large 2-storey glass extension was added to the rear of the building between the existing 3-storey rear wing of the house and the next-door house. The kitchen was formed within the rear wing at ground floor, with a large opening to connect it to the new glass extension. For further detail visit Belsize Architects site
April 18, 2015 Apartment, Modern House Design
Modern Minimalist Apartment with Modern Furniture in Brazil. This one of modern minimalist apartment in Brazil. This apartment was completed with modern furniture. This apartment also has minimalist home office room. The living room completed with beige sofa set and storage wall in the living room, this is a smart variant for storage. This apartment also has minimalist white kitchen with wood is made funnier with the help of colorful tiles on the left wall. Almost the furniture in this apartment in beige color.
Kids Room Ideas
In past we have showed you about outdoor Playhouses from SmartPlayhouse. Now we showing you again about the product from SmartPlayhouse, Playground for Children in the House that is Indoor Playhouses.
Indoor Playhouses from SmartPlayhous
April 17, 2015 Modern House Design
This Floating House was designed by Vandeventer + Carlander Architects. Located in Lake Union, Seattle, Washington. The exterior materials were chosen fr there aesthetic qualities and low maintenance. Aluminum panels complement the storefront windows on the float level, and slat-escape extreme panels blend with the Alaskan Yellow Ceder windows on the second floor. The exterior is direct reflection of the internal development. Vandeventer + Carlander Architects, [ Via ]
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