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She may not be very fond of people, finding them annoying most of the time, but she still enjoys helping them from the shadows. Her attention to detail drives others crazy yet remains her most appreciated characteristic.
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Posted in Kitchen | by Simona Ganea, on April 26, 2018

It’s Time To Update Your Kitchen With One Of These Cooktops

The kitchen isn’t solely a space for prepping food anymore…it has evolved into a social space where hosts and guests get to sit together, chat and interact in various ways. This transformation brought with it not only a change in ambiance but also in the individual design of the furniture pieces involves. That being said,...

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Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on April 26, 2018

A Hotel For Backpackers With Shared Bedrooms Inside Shipping Containers

Every hotel has its own target audience and while most are meant to comfortably accommodate families and couples, there’s one that’s specifically designed to appeal to backpackers. The Ccasa Hostel is located in Nha Trang in Vietnam and was completed in 2016 by TAK Architects. The idea behind it was to connect people around the...

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Posted in DIY Projects | by Simona Ganea, on April 24, 2018

15 Handcrafted Picture Frame Ideas You’ll Absolutely Love

Trends come and go and styles change but some things remain the same, at least at their core. In the world of interior design and decor one of the constants is the idea of framing pictures of the loved ones and displaying them around the house. This idea is driven by the desire to keep...

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Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on April 23, 2018

Holiday Home Manages To Embrace Nature In a Very Special Way

Every architecture project starts with a period of research meant to identify all the important aspects related to the site, the topography, the surroundings and the actual design direction to be followed. The owners of this holiday home from Pringle Bay, South Africa, has five years to think about all that. During this period they...

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Posted in Design And Concept | by Simona Ganea, on April 20, 2018

Modern Wall Mounted Coat Racks Which Can Easily Double As Decorations

While the big interior design elements like the overall style, the color of the wall, the flooring material and other things definitely help to shape a space, it’s the little things that ultimately give it character, things like the coat rack or pendant lamp. Speaking of which, we have a great selection of modern coat...

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Posted in Outdoor | by Simona Ganea, on April 18, 2018

Kick-Start The Summer By Organizing a BBQ Area Everyone Will Enjoy

The season for bbq parties has officially started (at least in some areas of the globe) so it’s time to start planning all the fun activities and friendly gatherings you’ll be enjoying this summer. First things first: you should pick a venue. We actually have a great idea for that: your very own backyard. You...

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Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on April 18, 2018

A House In India Built As A Stone Monolith

In order for a house to truly feel rooted to its location there has to be a special connection on some level between the building and its surroundings. Each project is different in that sense. This house from Ahmedabad, in India stays connected to its surroundings by featuring a specific array of materials, finishes and...

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Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on April 16, 2018

Since Family Home In Italy Guarded By Citrus And Olive Trees

Located in Varapodio, a region in Italy, this house is memorable through its simplicity and its subtle way of being special. It was built in 2015 by architects Francesco Fedele and Mariangela Figliomeni on a flat and simple site and it’s surrounded by a few lovely citrus and olive trees. From the exterior, the house looks...

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