Kid-friendly DIYs Featuring The IKEA Kura BedFull story

Posted in Kids | by Simona Ganea, on August 22, 2016

Kid-friendly DIYs Featuring The IKEA Kura Bed

Lots of IKEA products are the subject of hacks and transformations. Their versatility allows them to be used in lots of different and ingenious ways. This isn’t the first time we’re focusing on IKEA hacks and DIY projects involving them. The focus now is on the Kura bed, a furniture piece that’s as practical as it is...

More images
Contemporary Forest Shelter Breaks In Two For A Clean LookFull story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on August 22, 2016

Contemporary Forest Shelter Breaks In Two For A Clean Look

The stylish cabin you see here is the first of a series of contemporary structures that the architects at Cadaval & Sola-Morales plan on building in the area. The cabin is located in Morelos, Maxico and was completed in 2016. It covers an area of 80 square meters on a level site facing a steep...

More images
Muted Kitchen Color Ideas That Boost Your MoodFull story

Posted in Kitchen | by Simona Ganea, on August 19, 2016

Muted Kitchen Color Ideas That Boost Your Mood

We each perceive colors in different ways and we each have our favorites. Even though my green isn’t exactly the same as your green, it’s still a pretty color that lifts my mood. So what’s your favorite color? Would you include it in your kitchen color scheme? It’s interesting how some colors can be muted...

More images
How to Transfer a Photo with Mod PodgeFull tutorial

Posted in DIY Projects | by Morena Hockley, on August 19, 2016

How to Transfer a Photo with Mod Podge

Of all the crafting techniques I do, this is easily my favorite. I just love to transfer photos and images! I get a kick out of the vintage, weathered appearance a project takes on by simply transferring images to wood. This isn’t like decoupage….we’re not attaching the paper to a surface. This process involves keeping...

More images

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

Cultural Beauty Takes A Modern Turn In A Minimalist ApartmentFull story

Posted in Apartments | by Simona Ganea, on August 19, 2016

Cultural Beauty Takes A Modern Turn In A Minimalist Apartment

The dialogue between material, color, texture, light and everything else is at the heart of every beautiful and harmonious interior design. These are the elements that interact and communicate in ways we don’t always understand and the results are sometimes extraordinary. This applies to all sorts of things, not just interior design. In fact, sometimes...

More images
Las Vegas Market Showcases Cool Lighting of All StylesFull story

Posted in Lighting | by Vera Dordick, on August 18, 2016

Las Vegas Market Showcases Cool Lighting of All Styles

We just love great new lighting designs and Homedit saw plenty at the 2016 Las Vegas Furniture Market this month. From modern and glitzy to rustic and casual, there were plans unique pieces as well as variations on many lighting themes. Here are some of the highlights. Currey & Company had countless stunning chandeliers, and we...

More images
Compact Summer Home Hidden In The Argentinian ForestFull story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on August 18, 2016

Compact Summer Home Hidden In The Argentinian Forest

Summer homes are usually located in areas that allow them to communicate with nature and their surroundings. The H3 House is quite common from this point of view. It was built here by Luciano Kruk, an architect who founded his own studio in 2012. This lovely project was completed in 2015. The house was built...

More images