As far as this subject goes, floating staircases are probably the most popular and common feature that comes to mind but there are actually others even more common you may even have in your home right now. We’re going to explore pretty much all the possibilities and let you decide which ones you’d enjoy including in your home’s décor.
Being creative means being able to see past the obvious, finding new meanings and new uses for everyday items like, let’s say, the simple and basic egg carton. Did you know you can do a lot of fun and interesting things using this thing? So don’t throw yours away. Try one of these DIY projects instead.
Want your home to make a good first impression but not sure how to go about it? Landscaping the front yard can certainly be a daunting task, even without taking into account the added pressure that comes from needing to have great curb appeal. The good news is, there are no across-the-board “RIGHT” and “WRONG” ways of designing the front yard landscape. But there are guidelines that apply in general that are helpful in planning and designing the yard to maximize its appeal, both in your eyes and from the curb.
From red wine spills to grass rubs in the hallway, there are some stains that just never budge. It could be on your clothes or the carpet, whatever the case, when there is a stain that ruins, it can also ruin your entire day. But have no fear, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best stain fighters that will help you get rid of the worst around the house. Take notes and try them out when disaster strikes.
1. Red Wine on the Carpet.
You may think that your bedroom looks pretty nice and interesting but wait till you see these designs. They’re some of the most interesting and cool bedrooms you can ever think of and they actually go well beyond anything you can imagine. It would sure be nice to have such a bedroom but dreaming about it is not bad either.
We all know that education is the first step towards evolution, which means that there will always be room for campuses or other suitable places for students. Morphosis Architects, led by Thom Mayne, have created the Emerson College on Sunset Boulevard, L.A. This campus is designed to connect and provide shelter for over 200 undergraduate students that are willing to learn new things in fields such as art, communication and other interdisciplinary studies.