November 27, 2015 Bathroom Ideas
Great Walk-in Shower from MAAX Collection, Bring Modern Lifestyles to Home.Previous we have showed you about product from MAAX Collections, freestanding bathtub. Now we showing again the product from MAAX Collections, walk-in shower for bathroom ideas. Exposé walk-in shower which was won an Awards for design excellence of the Design Journal’s ADEX Platinum 2010 Award.
By its spectacular present design elements, Exposé brings you frankness with this innovative and commence walk-in design, takes real talent to create a stylish conversation cut, reveals an appeal all its own by count a fresh extra look to your bathroom. The unrestrained floor-to-ceiling schooner seamlessly blends with nature to bring the outdoors in. Exposé is featuring a minimalist design with the intention of consisting an improved Steamax®, Acrylic Roofcap, Sliding Door, Towel slab and Handrail, Relaxation Seat, Grab Bar & Towel Hook, Acrylic Storage Solution, and a Decorative WoOd Accents. This extra bathroom manufactured goods from MAAX Collection lends an air of luxury to your life.
August 6, 2015 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.
July 13, 2015 Furniture
If you’re in search for working desk with stylish and minimalist design, this table can be one option. This table showed at the 2011 Interior Design Show in Toronto. Continue desk designed by Francesco Angiulli, an industrial design student at the Ontario College of Art & Design. Check below,,
June 24, 2015 Luxury House Design
This is an elegant house surrounded by green trees. This house is the work of Solus4. Description from Solus4:
The Schafberg Garden House offers an elegant and supremely “green” solution to the many challenges posed by both zoning regulations and specific site conditions. Designed on split levels facing the southwest and positioned to create private outdoor areas, these eco-friendly houses fit into the hillside seamlessly and make full use of passive house construction techniques, which render conventional heating systems unnecessary. The selection of building materials is largely determined by the requirements of passive house technology as well as zoning restrictions: the extensive use of glass allows for an optimal use of solar energy, materials offer super insulation values and building elements must be easy to transport and/or dismantle. Large windows, terraces and rooftop terraces expand living areas to include their lovely surroundings.