June 28, 2015 Bathroom Ideas
Beautify the Bathroom with Cool Color. Many color options we could use to beautify the bathroom.
Antique Bathroom Ideas
Antique Inspiration Bathroom
Staining bathroom was inspired by the era of the early 20th century. Yellow-green shades on the walls and pink vines presents a beautiful contrast with black marble floors and muted colors that dominate the whole room.
June 27, 2015 Bathroom Ideas
Choosing a new bath for your home is a big decision. There are literally hundreds of types of baths out there for all types of styles and budgets, and often the only way to know which is the right bath for your bathroom is to go through a wide range of styles to find something that stands out to you.
If you are just getting started with the process of choosing a new bath, here are four of the most interesting styles that will help you to create a stylish and unique atmosphere in your bathroom.
Interior Design, Kids Room Ideas
If you want to give your lovely child a surprise such give him or her with special room might this school interior can become your inspiration. By present it home interior and specially created for your lovely child they will very happy. There are study room and play room in one room. Study more interesting and lively. This Schools with a splash of color designed by Australia based architects smith+tracey. Check below..
June 26, 2015 Guest Post
There are a number of different responsibilities which come with owning a home and trying to meet them all can be a bit confusing. One of the first things a new homeowner will want to do is to fix up their new digs to meet their specifications. There are a number of ways to do this, but among the most noticeable and easiest is by adding quality blinds. Usually, you will have a number of blind companies in an area to choose from. The following are some tips on finding the right hunter Douglas Edmonton supplier. Read more…
Beach House Design
Description from Schola Architecture :
The Temple Hills Residence is an addition and remodel to an existing 1940′s post and beam home located in Laguna Beach, California. The existing home is located at the base of an extremely sloping lot. Collaborating with the owner who is a fellow architect and long time colleague added another dimension to the design process, which resulted in a richer design solution.
The solution that followed was one that respected the existing home while experimenting with post and beam construction. The solution would be to place the addition to the rear and uphill from the existing home. The new and old area separated by zone of glass connecting the two. The addition exploits the the modular nature of post and beam construction. The design is anchored to the hillside with a monolithic CMU pillar from which the spaces and structure are pin wheeled off, creating interesting interior and exterior living spaces as well as structural connections.