Arnt Ludwig Bedroom, 2017-07-17 19:16:23. A bedroom closet is all about functionality over form with what you need in terms of storage taking precedence. Sure, a gorgeous floor-to-ceiling closet with ample space also needs to look great and blend in with the style of the bedroom, but it still is about practicality ahead of mere aesthetics. Dictated both by your wardrobe collection and also the size of the room, a delightful closet definitely completes your dream bedroom. Check out these 15 latest closets before you head out to shop. Not everyone has space for a large and expansive closet that stretches from wall to wall of their bedroom. Fewer among us have the budget or even the need for such a large addition. Standalone closets are absolutely perfect for those seeking to quickly create an organized wardrobe without splurging a fortune. They can be easily added to your existing bedroom and come in a variety of styles and finishes that venture beyond the plain modern and the ultra-minimal. Be it vintage designs with DIY appeal or elegant modern closets with open design, these nifty units transform even the smallest corner into useful storage space.
Amdt Richter Interior, 2017-09-23 03:26:14. The brass bowl is a CB2 find, and you can get a similar look with this piece. Placing greenery in a bowl is a bit unexpected, and it keeps the centerpiece low and striking. You can even line the middle of your table with a trio of greenery-filled brass bowls. The linen napkins were a bargain buy at an outlet, but this season there are plenty of options to choose from. This World Market selection caught our eye, as did these gorgeous napkins from Etsy. The Emory Gold Flatware is from Crate & Barrel. When it comes to today’s featured table settings, which is your favorite. the crisp, whimsical table at the top of the post or the warm-toned table setting below? The “new” trends featured in today’s post are more like new interpretations of classic motifs…which makes them timeless. After all, does tropical style really ever go out of style? And who can beat the breezy look of black and white when it’s given an earthy twist? Throw in some crisp blue and white, and you have a recipe for spring style that can last all the way through the summer. Read on as we highlight our three favorite tabletop trends (currently offered by top retailers).
Arnt Ludwig Kitchen, 2017-09-23 03:26:11. Some details of kitchen design seem all too obvious and get our attention instantly. Then there are features that we consider add-ons and yet make a big difference to our kitchen both in terms of aesthetics and ergonomics. The pantry is undoubtedly one such space. Most of us go about planning for a pantry without much thought. It is only after you have lived with one for a few weeks do you realize that this storage space requires as much attention to detail and functionality as rest of the kitchen. From providing a space to stock food in those ultra-chilly winter days when you might get snowed in to keeping the kitchen organized a pantry does it all! Space is often the biggest constraint when homeowners start planning for a pantry. But even in the most congested and tiny home, there is always a nook that can be turned into the pantry. Sometimes it sits right there in the kitchen and on other occasions we need to look elsewhere to find some precious shelf space. But with a hint of ingenuity and right planning, you can design an efficient pantry that serves most of your needs.
Archibald Beck Kitchen, 2017-09-23 03:26:12. From antique we move on to the colorful and playful world or retro. The magnetism of the 60’s and 70’s – decades the changed the course of the world, is perfectly reflected in the Northstar lineup from Elmira. And the undisputed star of this delightful kitchen extravaganza is the series of Northstar fridges that come in eight different colors. They are bound to be the talking point of any space they adorn and seem completely at home even in a polished modern kitchen. Searching for something even more exhilarating? Then the Model 1952 fridge with skulls, flames and a fiery hot presence should satisfy – maybe exceed – your quest for ‘something bold’! Beautiful blue and that iconic ‘Retro red’ are the staple colors of this series and silhouettes that bring back the swinging 60’s add to their enduring charisma. Dashing ranges that make cooking easy even while delivering retro flair and bright backsplashes complete your modern retro kitchen.
Adolpha Meyer Interior, 2017-09-23 03:26:11. Few colors seem as refreshing and visually engaging as yellow when used in neutral contemporary spaces. Just bring a lone yellow chair to the dining room filled with white, black, gray or beige and you will instantly see the energy levels in the room shoot up. Yellow has this invigorating effect in any room it adorns and can be both polished and ravishing at the same time. While using yellow accents, chairs and lighting fixtures in the dining room is not all that uncommon, having a dining table with yellow tabletop is indeed a rarity. Moving away from a completely neutral color scheme in the dining room does not necessarily mean adding bright primary colors to the mix. Try out trendy metallics instead, which bring both visual and textural contrast to the dining space. Additions like the copper pendants from Tom Dixon also serve as timeless pieces that will serve you well for years to come. A gorgeous piece of wall art in the backdrop, a bright rug that delineates the dining area or even just a few comfy chairs in brown can do the trick.
Amhold Klein Kitchen, 2017-09-23 03:26:13. From wood, we move on to the more brilliant world of glass. Glass shelves in the pantry are a rarity since most of us tend to use this storage space in a ‘not so delicate’ fashion. But sliding glass doors for the pantry are far more common. You can use various styles of glass doors to alter the style of the pantry from industrial to modern and Asian to Mediterranean! For most homeowners, it is the frosted glass doors that offer the best solution as they bring natural light into the pantry even while hiding the mess inside… A nifty choice that offers best of both worlds! A spurt in modern industrial homes has seen popularity of exposed brick walls reach new heights in the last few years. If you are lucky enough to have an original brick wall in the kitchen then use it as a backdrop for the pantry. With the right sealant, you have a tidy exposed brick wall section in the pantry that shines through beautifully even when you fill the shelves with groceries and kitchenware.
Amdt Richter Kitchen, 2017-09-23 03:26:13. Adaptive reuse of structures along with smart rear additions for aging homes has meant that the kitchens are increasingly acting as spacious, gathering spots for the entire family which also provide a transition zone between the interior and the outdoors. A large window seat in the corner of the kitchen that overlooks the rear yard or the wooden deck is now a more common sight in contemporary kitchens. From custom wooden window seats to box-style delights that create the illusion of a room within a room, there are plenty of ways in which this can be done. IKEA kitchen hacks mean big business for a number of brands. And rather than buying and installing an entirely new kitchen, consumers are able to replace/update fronts, countertops, handles and legs: it’s an affordable solution that provides a bright, clean and up-to-date kitchen.
Archimbald Neumann Kitchen, 2017-09-23 03:26:13. In modern home where the kitchen is increasingly acting as the transition zone between the interior and outdoors, a concrete floor makes for a sensible choice. It can visually connect the interior with the patio outside, can stand the test of elements along with direct sunlight and is also pretty cost-effective. It goes unsaid that concrete floors and industrial kitchen spaces are a match made in design haven. If you have exposed brick walls, duct pipes and wooden shelves in your industrial kitchen, then concrete floors are a great way to complete the look. Apart from the textural contrast they bring, these floors also store heat during the day and release it slowly after sundown. This helps in passive heating and cooling of the house and cuts back on your power bill as well. Of course, adding a rug or two to this space makes the hard concrete floors safer and also lends visual warmth!
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