Thursday, October 23, 2014

Creating Functional Kids Study Room with Folding Bed

October 15, 2014 Interior Design


One way to make our kids study room more simple and has a double benefit is by combine the study room equipped with a small bed, for example with folding bed. Folding bed has more advantage than ordinary beds. Besides practical because it can be folded also save space. Not only for our kids, we can apply it to our home office.

Folding Bed and Home Office Photo Creating Functional Kids Study Room with Folding Bed
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Flooring Options for Modern Homes

Guest Post


If you are making plans to build a new home or if you are going to be remodeling an older one, there are a wide variety of flooring options for you to select from. When you are deciding what type of flooring to choose for your home, you must consider much more than how it looks. While this is obviously an important factor, you need to consider the purpose the room will be used for. For example, a kitchen floor is going to take a pounding because of the high amount of traffic every day. A kitchen floor will also have its share of spills, so it should ideally be a material that is able to be cleaned quickly and easily. You will also need to consider the cost of the floor, if it is comfortable to walk on and if it blends well with all of the surroundings. Here are a few flooring materials as advised by My Floor in Brisbane to consider for a modern home:
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How To Landscape Your Yard On A Budget

Guest Post


The yard is a very important component of any piece of property. If it doesn’t look good, it can greatly reduce curb appeal. However, many people want to have a beautiful yard because it makes them happy.

While it’s easy to spend thousands of dollars on high-end landscaping, it’s also possible for gardeners to landscape on a budget. In fact, basic garden maintenance and conservation can be very effective.

There are plenty of ways to landscape a yard on a budget, and while they work well for gardeners, virtually anyone can use these tips provided by Urban Outsource.
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Creative Tips for Transforming Your Basement into a Playground

Guest Post


When rainy weather or cold, wintery days force your children to play indoors, wouldn’t it be nice for them to have their own playground space rather than having them tear up your living room? If your house has a basement, you can easily use play equipment to transform it into a children’s playground where they can work off their excess energy in a safe environment.

 

Choose A Good Spot

Take a look at the layout of your basement and determine a specific area that you can turn into an area featuring play equipment for toddlers that is flexible enough to change as your youngsters get older. It’s a good idea to position the playroom within watching distance of the basement TV room or game room so the adults in the household can keep an eye on the kids while you are both enjoying doing your thing in the basement. You can use a folding screen to create a partial division between the adult and children’s spaces.
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SHIFT Cottage, Modern Family Living by Superkül Architects

Modern House Design


Superkül Architects was designed this house with 2000-square-foot for family living. An island in Georgian Bay was chosen for its topography and orientation. SHIFT Cottage using material choice, including knotty cedar cladding, a standing seam metal roof, and a dry-laid stone fireplace in built. Visit SHIFT Cottage by Superkül Architects for detail.

SHIFT Cottage Modern Family Living by Superkül Architects SHIFT Cottage, Modern Family Living by Superkül Architects
SHIFT Cottage, Modern Family Living by Superkül Architects
Front Trrace SHIFT Cottage Modern Family Living by Superkül Architects SHIFT Cottage, Modern Family Living by Superkül Architects
SHIFT Cottage, Modern Family Living by Superkül Architects
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