You may think shaggy rugs are long gone, but in fact, they’re still a fun and versatile way to bring life into any room. From the living area to your home office, these lively pieces bring an eclectic essence to every space. And that’s why we’ve decided it was time to inspire. Check out our bits and pieces of proof that shaggy rugs do work and hopefully you’ll grab an idea or two from the list.
The Sea is the name of this impressive beach house built by West Chin Architects in Long Beach, New York. The house measures a total of 5,500 square feet and, as you can see, it looks very imposing. It was designed to take full advantage of its location and of the views.
Open shelves are very practical and they’re often used in interior design. They’re great for both storing and displaying all sorts of objects, from artwork to collections and books. This type of shelving is very versatile but, being so simple, there’s not much you can do when it comes to personalizing it or giving it character. Reclaimed wood or pallet shelves, however, manage to solve the problem. Not only that they have a special charm, but they look great in just about any kind of décor and in any room of the house.
Simple wooden benches offer unique and versatile seating options. But simple doesn’t have to always mean boring. If a plain wooden bench doesn’t exactly match with your decor aesthetic, there are plenty of options for customization. This project features a pretty basic geometric pattern that’s incredibly easy to do and requires very few supplies. Here’s how to make your own.
Need a little more curb appeal to make a statement with your home? Perhaps a manicured front yard can do the trick. Make an outstanding first impression and your guests will feel welcomed and amazed at the same time. Check out these modern front yard landscaping ideas for more inspiration.
Spruce up the yard with flower beds.
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of a teenager’s wall décor is posters. And while covering the walls and doors with images of favorite actors, musicians and video games is tempting, especially when it’s a teen boy’s décor where’s talking about, there are other, more stylish ways to deal with the wall design. Perhaps something a bit more elevated would allow you to express yourself in a more fashionable way.
Measuring only 27 square meters in total, this studio apartment recently got an impressive makeover meant to inspire future designs for high-density urban areas. The project was called “Mighty Mouse Apartment” and, just like the fictional cartoon character, it may be small but it packs a big punch.