We came across this gorgeous loft in Deinze, Belgium, and we just couldn’t miss the opportunity to share these pictures with you. Not only it looks fantastic, but also has an interesting history. It’s a place where the past, the present and the future come together like puzzle pieces. Everything started with a disused textile factory that was finally bought by Aeon Architecten and turned into a residential complex for 10 couples. The project was recently completed and Loft 8 is one of these 10 residences.
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.
I’m a huge advocate for taking joy out of the little things. Whether it’s a fresh batch of chocolate chip cookies or adding a pop of color to your rather boring house keys, these small adventures make entire days brighter. And that’s what we’ve got for you today, an easy DIY that makes a part of your everyday a tiny bit more stylish and fun!
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.
When it’s hot outside and you get tired just thinking about anything work-related, a tiny cabin where you can go and simply relax and unwind seems like a heavenly place. Cabins are indeed excellent for spending the summer vacation in, especially if they’re located somewhere beautiful, with panoramic views and nature everywhere around them.
False Bay Writer’s Cabin.
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.
Want to add a fresh vibe to your balcony, terrace, deck or garden? What better way to do that than with a cool-looking planter? We’re not talking about the kind you buy at your local store but about something a little more unusual and a little more personal than that. These planters were made from all sorts of unusual objects and crazy things.