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.

Lovevly Rustic Cottage Interior Featuring A Surprising Color Palette

Rustic interiors are not usually very bright or open. They tend to be cozy and intimate. But this is a very special rustic home. The living room here is not only very spacious bu also very bright and it features a surprising color palette. It’s a combination of white and red, although the white is not as pure and shiny as you would expect.

The beams in the ceiling have been painted white but they maintain a rough, unfinished look. The original stone walls have been beautifully preserved and they contrast with the beams but, at the same time, balance is created. What’s most surprising about this house is the simplicity of its interior and the fact that it manages to remain very welcoming. The warm fabrics used throughout the space create a very familiar look.


Mustard and Gold Accents: Ideas and Inspiration

Who doesn’t love a bright and shining room? Whether it’s your kitchen or personal, home office, there’s something special about a space glittery in gold. That’s why the combination of mustard yellows and gold accents can take a space from dull to glamorous in the blink of an eye. If you like bold statement, feminine touches and glowing styles them mustard and gold accents may be just what you need to redesign and redecorate!

1. Modern Class.

In a modern, contemporary dining room, gold and mustard accents will add a Victorian touch, when used right, of course. The mix of old-age spirit combined with such sleek lines makes for a sophisticated, easy space.


Deck Your Halls: 10 Chic Holiday Styles

Are you stumped in which direction to go in your holiday décor this year? Want to change things up a bit, or freshen your home’s look? We all go through times like that, when the same old box of ornaments just doesn’t quite bring out the excitement it used to.

The great thing about decorating for the holidays is that, although there are definitely traditional tendencies, the décor we use for our own homes can be molded and modified and shaped and swapped out for just those things that will make Christmas more meaningful for us and our families. No matter what your style, here are some inspiringly chic ways to incorporate holiday decor into your true style…and not the other way around.


More Than Just A Cozy Sleeping Area – 15 Bedrooms Designs Featuring Reading Corners

The bedroom’s main function is that of a sleeping area so it has to fulfill a series of characteristics. It has to be welcoming, relaxing, cozy and comfortable. But just because that’s the room’s principal function doesn’t mean it has to be the only one.

The reading area should be placed near the window where it can benefit from natural light

In fact, there are lots of cases when, in the bedroom, there are also other functions incorporated in the design. For example, my bedroom is also my workspace but it’s not exactly the best combination.


Villa de l’Ô – An Unforgettable Moroccan Jewel That Combines Three Stunning Styles

Villa de l’Ô is located in Morocco, a few meters from the beach and it’s a wonderful attraction. Most impressive about it is the unusual combination of styles.The villa features a mix of oriental, western and traditional elements and it has amazing architecture and interior design. The architecture of this stunning villa combines materials such as stone, wood and delicate fabric.

Although it may seem deeply traditional, the villa also has a modern side. Visitors can relax at the L’Ôsmose spa where they can get in touch with their senses and enjoy special treatments. You’ll be welcomed by oriental music and aromatic scents and you’ll get carried away in a land of dreams.


Horse Trailer Converted Into A Mobile Hotel For Its Owner And His dog

We’ve seen lots of interesting transformations but this is the first project where a horse trailer is the subject of the whole renovation. It’s an eco-trailer which has been converted into a very chic and cozy mobile hotel. The owner of the trailer came up with idea after a few bad travel experiences.

The main idea is that the owner of this unique little hotel has a Rottweiler which he loves to take with him when he travels. However, finding a hotel that treats dogs with respect is difficult so most of the time he had to make compromises.

He finally had enough and decided to make his own hotel which he could take with him wherever he went and where him and his dog could both be comfortable and happy.


Split-Level Homes: Ideas and Inspiration

Split-level homes aren’t the most popular. Many people are confused by their value and many people are confused on how to separate their entertaining spaces from their lounging spots. But in actuality, these unique homes have a personality that traditional homes can never attain. Let’s take just a peek at a variety of split-level home ideas to get your brainstorming and deciding on whether or not this layout is right for you.

1. Formal and Cozy Spaces.

We love how this room is split in the great room area. It’s essentially already split for you to decide which is the formal space and which is the cozier, homier space. Just decorate to your liking!


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