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Dipped in Cherry: Monochromatic Rooms

Passionate and full of fierce style, red is a bold shade with lots of power. And believe it or not, when used in the right ways, you can dip an entire room in this cherry flavor without overwhelming the eyes or any other of the senses. We’re sharing a handful of our favorite and most inspiring, cherry dipped spaces. Who ever said a monochromatic room was boring(Midnight and Chocolate)?

1. Smooth, Fresh.

Check out this fresh and clean-edged home office. Full of powerful reds, it has enough eclectic, trendy touches to subdue it’s abrasive appeal. This is great for someone who loves a smooth surface to work on, but with a fashion-forward, gutsy approach.


How to Incorporate Spring-y Pastels into a Grown-Up Space

Easter is a lovely holiday with lovely spring-time sentiments. But, when it’s over, that doesn’t mean that the days of decorating with pastel are done for the year! If you love the light, airy, and serene vibe of pastels but aren’t sure how to incorporate them into your home décor without making it seem like a nursery, you’re not alone.

But, when done right, pastels are a perfectly lovely way to achieve a soothing style in any grown-up space. Read on for some tips on how to successfully incorporate these beautiful tones into your home in a fresh, chic way.


20 Chic Uses of Marble in Home Décor

Marble is one of those classic materials that has been around – tastefully – for centuries. This stone is formed of recrystallized carbonite minerals, with the end result showing various degrees of unique striations (“veins”) in a variety of colors. It’s no wonder that the term derives from Greek words that meant “crystalline rock,” “shining stone,” or even “the verb “to flash, sparkle, gleam” – marble is known for lending its beautiful sparkle to whatever object it’s incorporated into.

Marble isn’t exactly a low-cost material, but a little bit can go a long way in adding to the chic factor of your home. Check out these ways that you could incorporate this beautiful resource into your home, and then decide for yourself if it’s worth it for your home.


Modern House In Taipei With A Very Open Layout And An Eye-Catching Ceiling

When we design our homes, we all want them to be unique and to be personalized but we often give up our dreams for comfort. But if you insist a little bit and prove that you have a creative mind, you can make your house look truly unique. This residence, for example, is quite unusual. Located in Taipei, Taiwan, the house was designed and built by H2o+Co2 Design. It has a modern design and it’s filled with personal features.


Trend Spotting: Matte in Modern Home Décor

There’s something dazzling about shiny objects, that’s true. But how do you feel about matte finishes? They are becoming more and more incorporated into modern décor, from small-scale accessories to whole-room finishes. While at first the choice of non-glossiness might seem boring, in truth, a matte finish serves to emphasize the quality of the form of the object itself. Because there’s nothing else there to distract from the actual object.

The end result of a matte finish? A well-chosen piece that is forced to speak for itself…and that does so with a humble, minimalistic grace that is so critical to modern design. Read on to see if the modern matte trend resonates with you.


Dipped in Chocolate: Monochromatic Rooms

Smooth and dreamy, chocolate brown works just like a stark black in the world of interior design, but it’s much softer and more versatile in the realm of style genres. From the bedroom to the living room, you can use a creamy, chocolatey shade to create a dark and dramatic look that still has a touchable essence. Take a look at some of the stylish, monochromatic rooms we found dipped in chocolate!

1. Conservative, Subtle.

We love this slick and dreamy master bedroom. It’s conservative enough for those that don’t love a lot of fuss and mess. It’s subtle enough to have a relaxing, feminine touch. But it’s also stylish enough to create a splash.


10 Practical And Interesting-Looking Wall Mounted Wine Racks

The wine rack is mostly seen as an accessory for the house but it’s in fact a very practical and functional thing to have. Wine rack designs vary very much and they come in all sorts of forms and sizes. The most appreciated ones and those that don’t take up a lot of space and the wall-mounted ones. Let’s take at these 10 designs and see what they have to offer.

by John Welsh.

As mentioned, wall-mounted wine racks are very appreciated and that’s because they’re space-saving and also very practical. They take no floor space and they can be installed just about anywhere. Preferably, choose a wall that would normally remain empty.


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