Adolpha Meyer Interior, 2017-10-03 04:03:43. The round wooden dining table with a pedestal base is undoubtedly the most obvious option for those shopping for a space-savvy dining table. In small studio apartments, urban homes and open plan living areas, this tiny delight can deliver exactly what you need without taking too much square footage. You can also tuck in the chairs when they are not in use, saving up even more room. If you wish to stick to the square ding table in wood, then turn to lighting and mirrors to save the day. The idea of a contemporary dining room often conjures up images of a neutral setting where color is scarce and clean, straight lines create a sophisticated space. With the dining room increasingly becoming just an extension of the living area, most homeowners want a refined, modern dining area that can visually blend in with the open plan living. But this does not mean you have to sacrifice on color completely. Your dining space can still remain as classy, contemporary and curated as ever and a change of style is definitely not a must.
Aurick Krause Interior, 2017-10-16 04:41:48. The more you keep the space minimalistic, the more breathable and elegant it will feel like. When picking out the right rug, go with neutral colors, such as beige, that won’t reverse the room’s openness. A dining room with a coastal interior will thrive with a rug that resembles the color of the sand and doesn’t feel too smooth to the touch. A striped rug is a quick way to bring both elegance and dynamic into our dining room. The black and white color palette is a classic and chic choice, while the stripes scare all monotony away. The monochrome element will give your dining room a much more glamorous look. An elegant setting of a black dining table with matching chairs can only benefit from a yellow rug with a unique white pattern.
Archibald Beck Bathroom, 2017-10-17 04:16:08. When you work with a natural inspiration such as water, it is easy to come to an organic design—it’s what we expect for a bathroom collection. Futuristic? Yes, it is also futuristic and here you can observe the hand of Zaha Hadid. So, the balance comes because of two paths joining in a unique idea. Well to be honest, I’m proud of all of it. It is a whole set and I can’t really separate one element from another. It’s a whole thing that comes together. The essence of Vitae is the essence of Zaha Hadid and Porcelanosa bathrooms. functionality with the highest aesthetic value, but also aesthetic value with the highest functionality. A bathroom is often that one room of the house that truly sets itself apart with the interior. It’s like a separate world, one that feels different from the rest of the house and gives us the freedom to bravely pursue decoration that feels more glamorous and edgy than it does in other rooms. A turquoise bathroom has a timeless and captivating interior. It’s a great choice for modern homes as well as homes that wish to preserve a more antique ambiance. With a turquoise interior, a bathroom will always feel luxurious and mesmerizing, earning the title of “limited edition.”
Arnt Ludwig Interior, 2017-10-16 04:41:50. Today we’re showcasing the beauty of a simple, refreshing table setting, especially as we get ready to welcome the warmest season of the year. Start with a few basic ingredients and experiment with special touches, but remember that less is more if you want the food to take center stage. Whether you prefer light, bright and crisp or warm and inviting, we’ve got you covered. Scroll down for an easy, affordable way to welcome guests to your table this summer. The formula for a beautiful summer table. white dinner plates + appetizer plates in a contrasting color + interesting greenery. As you’ll see below, simply by changing up the flatware, the napkins, and the centerpiece receptacle, you can get two entirely different looks. Our dinner plates are a discontinued pattern from Crate & Barrel (learn more about the Claire pattern here). The teal appetizer plates come from CB2 and are a gloriously affordable $1.99 apiece. We love the idea of topping each plate with a special bite, such as round crackers covered in goat cheese and pink peppercorn. Our greenery was picked up at the local market, labeled “California filler” and sold for $3 a bunch.
Archibald Beck Bathroom, 2017-10-17 04:16:07. In a similar way to the TONO collection—designed by Foster + Partners in collaboration with Porcelanosa (read about TONO here)—Vitae challenges commonplace thinking on bathroom design. Vitae’s various components work in harmony to create a unique, innovative and sustainable 21st century bathroom experience. The inspiration for Vitae was mainly nature, and more specifically water. The way we see and experience water flowing though our hands; the way it transforms nature and landscapes. It is the union of two major brands and the team worked fantastically well together. After all, that is what you need in order to produce this outstanding bathroom collection. The most challenging part of the Vitae collection was actually to create a consistent design repertoire—one that would bring all of the different elements together. I think Vitae is designed for the world itself. We can’t say it was meant for this or for that. On the contrary, like nature, its application is everywhere.
Altman Schulze Interior, 2017-10-17 04:16:10. With changing design trends, decorating styles and constantly evolving interiors, the dining room has become a forgotten space of sorts. From being that exquisite and dedicated space for a fine dining experience to an afterthought that is increasingly playing second fiddle to the kitchen and the living space in an open plan living, modern dining rooms have becomes just ‘dining spaces’. Many homeowners feel that the additional room is better served as a second bedroom, home offices, playroom or even a guest room that doubles as study. But for those who still love the opulence, grandeur and sheer magnetism of a lavish dining room, the collection below is bound to be a visual feast.
Archimbald Neumann Kitchen, 2017-10-16 04:41:50. There are few colors as versatile as blue and even in a world where gray seems to be taking over, blue still stands tall as a perpetually popular choice among homeowners. The biggest reason for this is how it fits in with a wide variety of themes ranging from minimal, contemporary and Scandinavian to rustic, coastal and Mediterranean. It is the finish of the kitchen island, material of choice and the shade of blue that combine to create the right island for your stylish kitchen. Increasingly white marble countertops are the surfaces of choice in most kitchens and these work beautifully when combined with an island in blue. Islands in darker shades of blue steal the spotlight in traditional and coastal kitchens while those clad in lighter, chic bluish-gray shades feel at home in modern and refined spaces. Combine these with kitchen cabinets in white and you have a dashing, cheerful kitchen.
Archibald Beck Bathroom, 2017-10-16 04:41:48. Each of the composition borrows elements from already popular Scavolini bathrooms like Auqo, Idro and Rivo among a host of others. These dashing, contemporary bathrooms are seamlessly coupled with carefully placed units, wall-mounted shelving and the patented Fluida Wall System to house laundry room units and to create space for a dedicated wardrobe. This clever blend of various modular units allows homeowners to compose the bathroom / laundry room of their dreams without sacrificing on functionality or worrying about wastage of space. All the washing and cleaning elements of a hassle-free laundry room now can be found within your bathroom and that dedicated laundry area in your home can be used in a much more productive fashion. An astute arrangement that oozes synergy and style.
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