Designed to offer views of the bay from every room of the house, this stunning building is the creation of architectural studio Oscar Gonzales Moix. The project was called Mar de Luiz Mansion and the house is situated near the National Park of Paracas in Peru.
String lights look whimsical no matter where you hang them. But when you combine their loveliness with the charm that any bedroom has you get a truly dreamy look. And given how flexible string lights are and the variety of styles they come in, you can create some really awesome and creative designs. So there you have it: string lights for bedroom awesomeness – your next home improvement project.
I’ve always been a fan of the simple wire clothes hanger. It combines minimalism with just enough material that gives its function. It does this whilst at the same time creating clean lines that are aesthetically pleasing. It’s so simple and perfectly designed there’s no need to mess with the form at all, but instead we can decorate the hangers to make them look even more beautiful than they already are.
Halloween is definitely a holiday that people either go all out for or they do very little. Whichever way you tend to lean, it’s a fun excuse for adults to decorate like children and try to spook the pants off their household and/or their neighbors. If you’re interested in creating your very own haunted house this year, if this is the year ghouls and goblins will tremble at (and inside) your doors, or if this is the year you’re hosting the spookiest haunted house party the neighborhood has ever seen, here are some ideas to get you going.
Think about the simple and ever popular bottle of wine. What do you see? Is it a chandelier? Probably not and that’s too bad because wine bottle chandeliers are truly gorgeous and they add tons of character to any space they’re displayed in. So next time you have a glass of wine, save the bottle for a special project.
A silo building from Guangzhou’s oldest beer factory was transformed into a workshop. It was a project by O-office Architects, completed in 2012. It’s actually only the top of the silo that got transformed . The building dates back to the 1960s and the silo is 38 meters high.
I must be going on a major wood staining kick. Because I cannot seem to do anything else lately. Today is no different. I wanted to add some pictures to a wall. Even thought about them being done in a collage way. But, I have so many gallery wall collages. A picture ledge is the way I decided to go.