1. Collage Style Updates Any Home Vividly

    The collage style is more an improvisation than a design per see. But this does not mean that you have the freedom to mix colours, textures, decorations and items of furniture without analysing the consequences. The approach is lively, original and it usually does not require expensive budgets, but it can turn against you if you put everything together chaotically. Explore the gallery with the house we spotted on micasarevista.com and observe how the collage style works in a recently restored building. Vintage objects like mirrors, chandeliers, vases, sinks and baskets feel comfortable in this interior that is predominantly painted in white and light grey. Due to their various origins and styles, the items add their own personality to the layout, making it colourful and versatile […] 

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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’ve 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. Amazing Holiday Home: Split View Mountain Lodge by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter

    Designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, the holiday home is located near the village Geilo, a popular skiing destination in the valley Hallingdal. Out of winter season, the mountains provide excellent hiking opportunities as well as other sporting activities. The family of four with anticipation of a fifth addition provided a straight-forward program for their mountain lodge: four bedrooms, separate living and dining areas, a youth lounge and a mezzanine for the younger children. In addition a small annex would accommodate guests and visiting grandparents […] Read more

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