White frames seem to be really popular these days with both windows and doors, both for the indoors and the outdoors. But seems to me that white is not exactly the best color. Wouldn’t you say black is a much better fit? It’s simple, elegant and great for creating contrasts. Just take a look at these examples and you’ll understand what we mean.
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.
Open shelves are very practical and they’re often used in interior design. They’re great for both storing and displaying all sorts of objects, from artwork to collections and books. This type of shelving is very versatile but, being so simple, there’s not much you can do when it comes to personalizing it or giving it character. Reclaimed wood or pallet shelves, however, manage to solve the problem. Not only that they have a special charm, but they look great in just about any kind of décor and in any room of the house.
Black and white will also be the most classic and powerful color duo. From fashion to interior design, it works every time no matter the season, the space or the person doing the styling. So, it’s only natural that when it comes to big spaces in the house: the walls, the floors and even the ceilings – that you pay attention to the magic that comes from this combo. And when it comes to tiling, if you want something bold, fashion-forward but also quite homey, a black and white set is exactly what you need. Let’s take a peek at some black & white tiling that will WOW you and inspire you!
1. Mix with Marble.
Located in London, United Kingdom, the magnificent residence you see here now used to be a church. It got converted into a family home by Gianna Camilotti Interiors. It’s hard to believe this place used to be a church when there are so many eye-catching elements to take into consideration, like the stunning spiral staircase in the living room or the piano.
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.
A framed message.
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.