A holiday home bordered by a nature reserve and the ocean is the perfect summer retreat and a dreamy place to retire to some day. And when the architecture and the interior design are as exquisite as this, it all gets better and better.
Create this cleaver table runner with a couple extra pillow cases and a few fun embellishments. We chose nautical pillow cases for summer and finished them with a few rope tassels for a summery feel but this DIY concept can be applied to any pillow cases you have on hand!
Situated in a building with stone foundation walls that date back to the 1800s, this apartment is infused with history and incorporates all the original details in a very natural and charming way. It’s the only apartment in the building that has a private entrance.
The steampunk style is not one of the most well known in terms of interior design. Maybe that’s because many of us don’t even know which are the basic details that define this concept. When I say steampunk, I remember about the Victorian era, with all the inventions back then, but the meaning of this word would be incomplete without the industrial details.
In essence, this trend is a mixture between elegant Victorian interior accessories and the strength of industrial elements. Maybe you remember about Joben Bistro, that beautiful pub from Romania. It’s an inspiration for us.
So, give your home a steampunk look with these awesome décor ideas and items!
A home perfectly adapted to suit a casual and relaxed lifestyle and a space meant to make anyone feel at home – this is how we can describe this loft at first sight. And we wouldn’t be wrong. Located in the Downtown Arts District of Los Angeles, the apartment has a total surface of 3,500 square feet (approximately 325 square meters), which makes it a very spacious home by most standards.