In private homes or public buildings, glass staircases will always look amazing no matter what the setting is. But we find it particularly interesting when there’s a combination of materials, such as wood or concrete for the stairs and glass for the staircase wall. A very nice balance is created, don’t you think?
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The USA may not have the long and rich history that some other countries have but it definitely made its presence noticed in all the domains, including architecture and interior design. We’re talking about iconic names like Charles and Ray Eames or Frank Gehry, famous and admired throughout the world. Their impact on the way we define style today is truly memorable.
1. Frank Lloyd Wright.
It can take a while to warm up to the idea of having exposed bricks in the house but once you get to see how charming they can look, you start looking for more ideas. There are plenty of ways for you to take advantage of such an accent detail. Try an exposed brick backsplash for the kitchen, a brick fireplace wall or a brick fence for the garden. More inspiration coming up!
Enjoy spending time outdoors? Well, who doesn’t? But enthusiasm and good weather aren’t enough to make this summer unforgettable. If you really want a blissful experience, you should invest in a few accessories. Designed to enhance your pleasure during these gorgeous summer days, these modern accessories are exactly what you should look for.
Amazing 3-In-1 Grill.
Perhaps because their look is often so similar (many argue that it’s practically impossible to differentiate between quality laminate and hardwood flooring; others disagree), laminate and hardwood are often compared as viable flooring options.
Sure, decorating with simple, monochromatic tiles has its perks but how about a more unusual approach? Don’t let your home become just another predictable space for your guests to add to the list. Use pattern and colors or, better yet, mix and match them for a unique look. Need a little bit of inspiration? Try these ideas:
Bring the fun outdoors.
Are you currently collecting anything? If not, what would you like to collect and how would you display your collections? It could be anything from paintings to insects or plates and they can all be gathered in one awesome piece of wall art if you just know how to display them.Perhaps these examples can give you some ideas.