When redecorating our homes, we often tend to ignore the ceiling design. We usually just paint it white and don’t think twice about any other options. We focus more of the walls and on the floor. But the ceiling is very important and can radically change the whole design in a room. Let’s explore some of the options.
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What better thing to do with your basement than to turn it into a bar? It’s a quiet space, private and well insulated. So if you don’t need the space for anything else such as a home office or a storage room, a bar is a very valid and good option. The remodel would be simple and quick.
The connection with the outdoors is very important in Scandinavian interior design. This is partially why practically all Nordic houses and apartment have large windows. They let in natural light which is very important in the décor because it makes the room look bright and open and this complements well the minimalism but they also provide views of the surrounding area.
The balcony is a very important element. Almost all apartments and houses have balconies, terraces or decks. Even the smallest ones have one. It’s a way of connecting the inhabitants with everything that’s surrounding them and also a way of opening up the home onto the exterior. Most balconies are small but this doesn’t make them useless.
There’s something so fresh about a white space, isn’t there? It seems inherently clean, fresh, and spacious. But most white spaces would feel uncomfortably floaty if there was no other element present to ground the space. Wood is an excellent design element to choose for accomplishing this.
Because the tones of wood vary so greatly (from the blondest of birch wood to the darkest of walnut, and everywhere in between), you don’t have to compromise your own style and aesthetic to work in a few touches of nature.I think the visual balance struck in white-and-wood interiors is priceless. Read on, and see what you think:
I don’t know about you but I would sure love to have a hammock in my home. I don’t have any outdoor space where I could put one but hammocks can also be installed indoors. In facts, there are all sorts of creative variations.
For example, did you know some people have houses where an entire floor is a huge hammock? Let’s take a look and see how they look like.
Maison NW was designed by architect Nathalie Wolberg and it’s located in Saint-Quen near Paris. It has three floors and one of them is basically a huge net like a hammock. It’s the perfect spot when you want to relax and simply drift away while looking at the sky.
Choosing a good hotel is an important detail when planning a trip. After all, it’s where you’ll spend the nights and partly the days. But makes a hotel great? Is it the service, the design, the architecture, the atmosphere, the views? It’s a combination of all that. Some hotels are indeed unique and remarkable and some have really unusual designs which can be enough to make you want to visit them.
Prahran Hotel Pub Made From Gigantic Concrete Pipes.
The staircase is an extremely important design element. It’s always an eye-catching feature, whether it has a traditional design or an unusual shape.But we’re not going to talk about the usual staircase designs. We want to show you some wonderful and very interesting and unconventional staircase designs.
Let’s start with this great-looking staircase. It’s made of wood so it matches the rest of the interior design and it has a spiraling shape. In a way it’s rustic and somewhat traditional but it’s also unusual.