Interiors

Few things are as inspirational as a photo gallery of beautiful interiors, particularly the collection you’ll find. From boldly beautiful color, to simple Scandinavian décor, to minimalist modern design (and oh so much more), you’ll see it all in the stunning interiors of these articles.

15 “Sun”sational Sunroom Ideas For The Off-Season

When I think of sunrooms, I typically imagine a space where the line between indoor/outdoor is blurred, if not nonexistent, and where the pure enjoyment of natural views is a highlight. In my mind’s eye, the sunroom is light, bright, and cheerful with plenty of spring and summer flowers. But the fact is, sunrooms are around for falls and winters as much as they are the other seasons. They can still be enjoyed during these colder months, too, with a few design and decoration considerations.

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A Cape Town Shop Promotes Excellent Coffee Through A Steampunk Design

Their customers say their coffee is the best in the world and we tend to agree, seeing how invested everyone is in creating a perfect and complete experience for everyone who enters their Cape Town headquarters. We’re talking about a place in Cape Town, South Africa designed by Haldane Martin for artisan coffee roasters TRUTH Coffee.

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How To Create And Care For Your Stunning Succulent Arrangements

There are basically three ingredients you need to grow healthy and beautiful succulents in your home: soil, water and sunlight. It sounds really easy when you put it this way and it really is simple. Succulents don’t require a lot of maintenance. They pretty much take care of themselves and you have more time to think how to make beautiful succulent arrangements.

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14 Last-Minute Ways to Style Your Haunted Halloween Mantle

Halloween is here! The hour of ghouls and goblins and little people running about in the dark dressed as Superman and Snow White. Your porch is probably decked out in wispy webs and glowing pumpkins. I’m sure there are bowls of candy corn sitting around your home (or not, if you’ve eaten them already…). Even your dog probably has his costume ready to go.

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Timeless Herringbone Pattern in Home Décor

Herringbone” is a pattern with a distinctive “V” shape. It originated as a weaving pattern (think twill fabric), but herringbone has become a hot pattern for a variety of home designs and styles. It slightly differs from chevron in that the herringbone pattern breaks at each section’s reversal, whereas chevron is a continuous zigzag.

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Hot Air Balloon – Inspired Decorations That Will Take You To Cloud Nine

Ever been in a hot air balloon? What a wonderful feeling that is! Hot air balloons are a symbol of freedom and they also spark our imagination and creativity. This makes a really cool source of inspiration in the case of the sphere of interior design. Hot air balloon decorations and decors can take a lot of forms, all revolving around the same symbol.

Inspiring nursery designs.

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Australian Home Features A Modern Aesthetic With Edwardian Roots

It’s a bit hard to believe this is an Edwardian house when you first lay eyes on the stunning, sculptural facade. The Brick House is located in Prahran, Victoria, in Australia and belongs to architect Clare Cousins and her family. Her practice, Claire Cousins Architects (CCA) completed the project in 2011.

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