Monthly Archives: May 2016

  1. Playing With Geometric Patterns In A Contemporary Apartment

    Patterns are dynamic, catchy and very stylish. When you do not know how to improve the aesthetic of your home, you can rely on them. From all the methods designers embrace to make interiors creative and welcoming, geometric patterns are the easiest to approach. Spotted on ts-design.ru, the apartment below proves it wholeheartedly. Tiles, carpets, paintings, and decorative wallpapers – they all share the enthusiasm of playing with geometric pattern. When mixing them, pay attention to colors and textures. Here, a hot blue sofa dominates the living room and an interesting visual correspondence was created between the floor and the wall behind it. A so-called optical illusion drawing in yellow, blue and grey complements with the neutral patterned carpet, making the interior feel energetic and lively.

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  2. Tips to Make Your Room Bigger and Brighter

    Its always a good idea to decorate your living room with color. This room is the place where your family gathers and where you spend time with guests so its great when its bright and happy. Such room will energize everyone with a good mood. It isn't hard to make the living room bright and colorful. You can use prints, fabrics, furniture, wallpapers and other objects of decor to achieve your goal. Even one or two bright objects are enough to make a bold statement in a neutral colored room. We have gathered for you as many examples of such rooms as possible. We hope you will find some inspiration and ideas in these cool living rooms. Enjoy this collection of inspiring bright / light-filled living rooms featuring nice design furniture and decor […] 

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  3. Suspended Glass Floor With Mirror Shards Inside

    Gisele Taranto Architecture has partnered with LZ Studio to create a laboratory of ideas – LAB LZ by GT. This partnership has resulted in a space that has been designed specifically for Casa Cor Rio. It is a really bold alternative to concrete or wooden flooring. According to the architects: This year, LAB LZ by GT, have designed a space with a suspended glass floor, featuring mirror shards located in the empty space between the existing subfloor and finished floor, an official press release states. The designers used the mirrors to highlight the concept of depth and reflection that they were aiming to achieve with this interior.Currently on show until October 4th at Villa Aymore, Casa Cor Rio invites architects and de

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  4. Inviting, Modern and Sustainable: C House by Studio Arthur Casas

    Located in Sao Paulo, Brazil, this beautiful single family residence was designed in 2013 by Studio Arthur Casas. According to the architects: All service areas where displaced to the basement, thus liberating space for common areas in the ground floor. The sidewalls were covered with stone and a linear garden blurs visual limits, creating depth. The feeling of being outside in the common areas is enhanced by large structural spans and sliding glass doors. Living room, dining room and kitchen are continuous, receiving natural illumination from the garden and the zenithal opening along the side wall. Stairs are made of floating wooden steps suspended by steel cables above the entrance corridor, in a straight line connecting all three floors. In the first floor there are three bedrooms and a home theater. Panels made of wood laths offer visual

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  5. Contemporary Villa With Splashing Colors

    Color is a powerful tool that can be used to inspire emotions, create space illusions or simply set the mood and atmosphere for any particular room. Especially when used with interior and exterior painting, color psychology is a great way to create a healthy and beautiful home. Interiors with a monochromatic slant certainly have their place in contemporary design. But the bold use of bright colors in this beautiful villa in La Baule, in the South Brittany region of France, makes an argument for fewer grays. Take a look inside this home in these photos designed by Steven Baconnais and you will see what we mean. Despite the limited amount of space, the loft feels roomy and well-ventilated […] Read more

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  6. An Amazing Gallery With Tips and Tricks For Your Interiors

    Based in London, Chris Snook is a photographer specialized in interiors, property and architecture and he has built a strong client base since his graduation in 2007. With a bachelor in art and design, no surprise the images presented on chrissnookphotography.co.uk show great compositions and fine observations of the details. Take a look through the gallery below to see his results and make the tips work for your home, too. Most of the interiors rely on modern set-ups, but none is borrowed from a showroom. Interesting lighting objects, large pictures or paintings, elegant candlesticks and mirrors with baroque frames add the personal touch anyone would love to create at home. Dont forget to let natural light come inside all day long – it makes s

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  7. Cafe and Gelato Store Design Perfect For An Urban Retreat

    Nothing compares to delicious ice creams and coffees with intense aromas when you feel the need to pamper yourself in the city. Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream And Coffee in Bucharest, Romania is perfect for such retreats. Of course, we have to admit that the interior design of this amazing place makes the products taste even better. Playful and lively, the concept of this gelato store design invites you to see life through a wide range of colors. As you can easily notice, the floor is very dynamic and it reflects the flavors of the ice cream: vanilla, blueberry, pistachio, strawberry, nuts and so on. Exposed bricks on the wall make the interior feel warm and relaxed, while the pendant lamps coffin shaped create interesting focal points. The items of furniture – chairs and tables – are simple and functional, arranged

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  8. 20 Wonderful Living Room Design Ideas

    City living evokes cosmopolitan sophistication and artistic expression. Everyday life should unfold in bright, open and ingeniously designed homes. The living room is where we spend most of our time – watching television, reading, or just hanging out. When it’s comfortable and chic, our lives feel more in focus. When planning a living room design, the first and most important factor to decide is the purpose of the room. One thing to remember when designing your living area is that you have to be comfortable in the room and like the style since you will most likely be spending a lot of your time in the room.  Finally here are a few living room design ideas that will really get you in touch with the style that you want. Here, we feature 2o Wonderful Living Room Design Ideas  with their own beautiful aesthetics that are each welcoming, modern, and chic […] 

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  9. 35 Living Rooms From Modern to Traditional and Cozy

    With a lot of our down time spent in our dwelling rooms, and far of our entertaining of household and associates there, all of us would really like an space that makes a homey but trendy assertion that we might be really pleased with. Your living room is one of the most lived-in rooms in your home. From modern and bold to traditional and cozy — we are bringing you more than 35 of our favorite designer living rooms. Your living room is one of the most lived-in rooms in your home. To make it the best it can be, DesignRulz has pulled together inspiration and ideas from more than 35 living rooms we love. The living rooms that make up this collection are varied and desirable, but those that immediately follow are examples of how a living room can serve as an internal space that is still very much a p

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  10. 15 Examples Of Amazing Concrete Bedroom Walls

    Concrete bedroom walls reflect stability and strength. Despite their industrial and cold look, there are persons who prefer to insert concrete walls in their sleeping room. If interested in introducing such elements at home, explore the gallery of 15 contemporary set-ups that use concrete as a dominant material. Not the least, connect with its colour and find out if you feel comfortable with such interiors. Being both motionless and emotionless, gray is solid and stable, creating a sense of calm and composure, relief from a chaotic world. The closer gray gets to black, the more dramatic and mysterious it becomes. The closer it gets to silver or white, the more illuminating and lively it becomes […] Read more

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