Thursday, April 24, 2014

Make your living room cosy

January 9, 2014 Guest Post


When the winter season approaches, there’s nothing better than coming home after a long day at work to a cosy living room, where you can relax and unwind from the long day.

Trying to create a living room that’s cosy can be a difficult task, especially if the room you are working with large, has high ceilings or lots of windows.

To help you make your living room a cosy place to come home to each night, here are some top tips to help get you started.
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The Most Desired Accessories for Decorating Your House

January 20, 2014 Guest Post


A good décor is, above all else, one that fits your unique tastes. There are many ways to inject your personality into your house from color to furniture. Still, the only way to turn a house into a home is to personalize it even further with home accessories. Read on to learn about the most desired accessories for decorating your house and turning it into a home.

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Beanbags – Not Just for Play Rooms!

January 21, 2014 Guest Post


For too long have beanbag chairs been relegated to the status of a quirky purchase for the stylistically impaired or limited to those wishing to replicate the casual ambiance of the 1970s “flower power” era. Rarely is the therapeutic value of the bean bag considered, nor is its potential for enhancing child development.

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Floating House Design by Vandeventer + Carlander Architects

April 23, 2014 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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Container Guest House by Jim Poteet

Modern House Design


Poteet Architects is a 12-year-old firm based in San Antonio, Texas. Jim Poteet opened the office with the hope that the firm could further the sustainable revitalization of downtown San Antonio. Poteet Architects’ success in this endeavor has brought the firm national recognition and acclaim. The firm’s portfolio of completed work includes residential, commercial and institutional projects, but is perhaps best known for the sensitive adaptive reuse of existing buildings and a fresh, rigorous approach to modern interior design.

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House in Kannabe by Suppose Design Studio

April 22, 2014 Home Design


House in Kannabe by Suppose Design Studio. Utilize land that uneven with the road may be the expertise of this Japanese architects. Look at the piece of land is higher than dredged road, ground floor flanked by land can be spelled out, while the floors above flatten with ground, but higher than the road surface. It is a little description of a house located in Kannabe, Hiroshima by Suppose Design Studio.

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Bellevue Hill by dKO Architecture, Maximise the Million Dollar Views

Home Design, Interior Design


Bellevue Hill by dKO Architecture, Maximize the Million Dollar Views. Almost interior painted in white. Large clear glass wall was applied, so the natural light can through the glass and lights the interior room. Efficient lighting energy at day time. Thanks to the large clear glass which give energy saving and extensive views to the outdoors. Spaces that seamlessly flow from inside to outside and that have been designed to maximize the million dollar views while also providing a sense of intimacy and sense of home.

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Camelot in Centennial Park, Sydney with Amazing Interior Design

April 21, 2014 Contemporary House Design, Interior Design


This house located in Centennial Park, Sydney. The house has Amazing Interior and unique feature such skylit koi pond, internal rainforest garden and hideaway study. There are four oversized bedrooms with built-in robes all with access to single of the four terrazzo bathrooms plus near is a sauna and guest powder space. Additional skin texture include a multiply by two automobile garage with rear lane access, generously proportioned put in storage space. It’s exceptional! Despite of the design of the 60s, the board has all the skin texture basic in place of the contemporary life -abundant natural light, annoy pour ventilation and a uncontrolled flowing radial floor diagram. Built in 1968, this house called Camelot.

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