10 Unexpected Combinations Between Modern Chairs And Country Tables

Whether it’s intentional or not, old and new come together all the time in our home’s interior designs. The contrast is always strong and not easy to include in the décor. If you like the combination, try mixing modern chairs with an old table in your dining room. It’s a particularly nice look for this area of the house because it creates an inviting and comfortable ambiance.

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How to Lay a Flagstone Pathway in an Existing Lawn

There is something timelessly appealing about a pathway. Maybe it’s because it takes the guesswork out of wondering where, in fact, we should be headed. It’s all laid out in front of us, and all we need to do is walk that way. Or maybe it’s appealing because it combines form with function – a beautiful way to keep the lawn from appearing trampled on a well-worn (albeit unofficial) path.

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Compact Kitchen Designs For Small Spaces – Everything You Need In One Single Unit

Compact kitchens change the way we look at this particular area of our house. Having a big kitchen with everything you need is what anyone wishes for. But there’s more than one way of getting function and being practical and space is not always needed. As you’ll see in these next examples, you can fit a lot of functions in a tiny and compact design, a perfect way of saving space in a tiny kitchen.

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Grandeur And Drama Combined In A New York City Modern Townhouse

Located in New York City, in close proximity to west Chelsea’s amazing art galleries, this modern and sophisticated townhouse was built here on the remains of a multifamily residence by Turett Collaborative Architects. It’s the perfect residence for art lovers or collectors, not just because of the location but also because of its exquisite design.

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Space-Savvy Seating Ideas To Reinvent Small Spaces With

Small spaces raise a lot of problems and one of the biggest challenges is finding the right type of seating for these rooms. But any problem has a solution, in this case actually more than one. These cleverly-designed chairs are the perfect answer in this particular case.

Hanger Chair.

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Festive, July 4th DIY Wreaths: Easy, Simple & Inspired!

Once July 4th hits, you’ll want your house dipped in a bit of the festive pride. And what better way to start adorning your house with nods to our Independence than with a welcoming wreath to all of your guests. Cover the front door, dress the back door and maybe even sprinkle some around the inside of your house too. Check out these easy, simple and inspired July 4th DIY wreaths and start creating!

1. Burlap.

Everyone loves burlap. Just make sure to stamp on some stars and dye pieces the right shade of red and blue!{found on amomstake}.

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Hotel La Semilla – Enjoy A Splendid Summer Holiday In Mexico

When we plan our holiday, we carefully choose our destination, not to mention the hotel or the guest house. It is important to spend your summer vacation in a place that will provide all the comfort you need and, in the same time, one that will make you feel like home. If you intend to go to Mexico and enjoy the unobstructed ocean view around Playa del Carmen, Hotel La Semilla would be the best choice for you. Trust us and you won’t be disappointed!

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