Good Morning and Happy Independence Day! Since it’s Friday, you probably didn’t have a lot of time to take care of the decorations during the week. But don’t worry, there’s always something you can do at the last minute. Of course, you can forget about anything sophisticated but you don’t have to give up style. Here are a few simple projects you can do in just a few minutes.
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.
From wine glasses to scotch bottles, some homes are designed for entertaining guests, hosting dinner parties and holiday celebrations. And with those types of festivities comes the mixing of cocktails and pouring of classic red wines. If your house needs a nook for displaying, storing and organizing your wine and liquor collection, look no further. We’ve got the tips and tricks to you get started on your journey to pausing the clutter and designing your bar area with chic style in mind.
1. Keep Them Caged.
The many shades of blue each hide a different meaning but they also all share in common one thing: a peaceful and relaxing vibe. This is what makes the color blue a very common and popular choice in interior design, particularly in areas such as the bathroom. Blue tiles can instantly add a heavenly vibe to the space. The same thing goes for the kitchen.
A fresh new Monday for us all to enjoy…We don’t want to waste any time so prepare to be inspired! Add your own twist to things when furnishing your home. For example, think out-of-the-box when decorating your bedroom and forget about the obvious choices. Something as basic as the wardrobe can be designed in so many interesting ways. Just take a look. We find these wardrobe designs quite enticing. Don’t you?
Build around the window.
In modern interior design, a staircase is always a focal point and is almost always accompanied by beautiful accent lighting meant to highlight its sculptural and exquisite design. This is a subject we’ve approached before, but with so many wonderful ideas to choose from, we just couldn’t stay away for too long so here are more designs for you to explore.
Stained glass is usually one of the features that defines old buildings but it’s actually more versatile than that. You can basically use stained glass in any style and, more than that, it can complement almost any window or opening. The history behind stained glass is long and fascinating.