Are you looking to bring in some unique personality and pizzazz into your space? Instead of trying to find bits and pieces of in-the-now and trending house accessories, why not look for something with a bit of old air spirit. Retro accents can add a lot of fun and playful flair without keeping yourself confined to the usual go-to looks. Let’s have a peek at some examples, shall we?
I love bookshelves as much as the next guy – Ikea’s Expedit shelves, to be specific, although it’s saddens me that they’re a discontinued series. They are wonderfully functional and clean-lined. The problem, for me, lies in optimizing their functionality with style…and doing it on a budget. Of course, there are loads of coordinating boxes and baskets out there to fit perfectly into any and all cubby squares, but what if you already have a bunch of mismatched boxes? They work just fine, but don’t look very well.
Homedit shared with you readers about the upcoming Vienna Design Week 2014 a while back. Time has flown by, and the event has come… and gone. We are excited to share with our readers our experiences at Vienna Design Week 2014. Similar to what we experienced at iSaloni (read about that fantastic design event here), Homedit found so much to see, and so much to be inspired by in Vienna.
Even though it seems we turn to spring clean magazines to help us with our garage chaos, that doesn’t mean it’s not a year-round project. That’s why we decided to share some quick and easy tips for cleaning up the clutter. Let’s take a peek at 10 easy garage organizing diy ideas, before you start getting your hands dirty.
1. Wall Baskets.
Updating your home can be a challenge. Whether it’s lack of time or funds it can sometimes seem unachievable but fear not. You can make a change. It’s all in the details. Adding small and thoughtful touches to your home can impart your personality and tastes without making drastic changes to the decor.
Designed to accommodate a spacious living room with an open kitchen, a gorgeous bedroom with en-suite bathroom plus two guest bedrooms and another two bathrooms, this chic apartment can be found in Istanbul and was designed by Tanju Ozelgin Studio. The Kempinsky Bellevue Residence has a total floor area of 210 square meters. It looks and feels spacious but, at the same time, the interior design allows the spaces to feel welcoming and even cozy.