Published at Thursday, June 28th 2018, 07:35:24 AM by Elenora Tessaro. Coffee Tables. The Kyoto coffee table combines the resistance and durability of a wood structure and the elegance that any coffee table should have. It’s a very low table, as the Japaneese tradition inposes. It has a square shape and an interesting detail about the top. The only detail is the fact that the top is split into 4 smaller tops, also squares.
Published at Friday, July 27th 2018, 20:42:20 PM by Allegra Ossani. Bookcases. Surprising shared shelving. Three built-in shelves serve the bedroom wall and the entry on the opposite side. Lumicor resin panels containing recycled materials let in natural light. The wall art is a digital image transferred onto fabric then stretched into place with a tiny metal frame.
Published at Friday, March 02nd 2018, 06:42:31 AM. Sofa By Delfina Stavros. For a smaller space, a couple of loveseats can work as well as a standard sofa. With two matching loveseats, you can seat up to four people and have a more intimate and close atmosphere. Many loveseats match their accompanying sofas, but do not necessarily need to. A loveseat that contrasts from your primary seating can be an interesting dynamic and can add layers to your room.
Published at Thursday, March 01st 2018, 05:31:29 AM. Living Room By Jana Kearney. By not painting the lovely paneled walls and fireplace, Jeffrey allowed the space to bask in the warmth of the wood’s rich grain. He underscored that warmth with creamy furniture upholsteries, a white rug, and billowy beige silk draperies that ensure a dramatic contrast between dark and light.
Published at Wednesday, February 21st 2018, 04:59:26 AM. Living Room By Savanna Espino. Then look inside the fireplace. The brick firebox is laid in a herringbone pattern. Subtle. The fauteuil facing the fireplace is a taupe velvet cut to create a 3D swirl pattern. And both the sofa and the club chair opposite it play the texture game with their small-weave diamonds. With the exception of the decorative pillows, the only non-textured pattern is at the windows. A tone-on-tone. Quiet. Elegant.
Published at Tuesday, February 13th 2018, 02:11:42 AM. Living Room By Jana Kearney. Minimize technology, A common design dilemma in traditional rooms is how to incorporate modern technology like televisions. In this case the TV was placed above the fireplace in order to create a column effect and streamline the focal point, thus minimizing the impact of the television. In traditional spaces the more you can hide technology the better.
Published at Sunday, February 04th 2018, 01:42:29 AM. Living Room By Jana Kearney. Exposed beams in a living room. While it‘s normal to see a fair bit of color in traditional living rooms, an all neutral space like this one is more than acceptable. And while a lot of frills and details are also often found in traditional rooms, they are not mandatory. This room, designed by Markalunas Architecture Group, is more demure than most traditional spaces, but still fits in thanks to the architecture, materials, and symmetrical furniture arrangements.
Published at Thursday, February 01st 2018, 09:45:01 AM. Interior By Seana MacAleese. Add seating with a window seat. Turn a window niche into a mini living area with a window seat. Choose slender, leggy furniture for small spaces because they take up less visual space. The eye is fooled into thinking the space is larger because you can see under and through these pieces of furniture. Add storage without eating up floor space by building shelves into the space between wall studs.
Published at Thursday, January 25th 2018, 09:12:51 AM. Coffee Tables By Carmelina Landi. Coffee tables are a great piece of furniture. A home just doesn’t feel compete without a coffee table in the living room. It’s probably the best choice when you want to fill out the space from the living room. Furthermore, coffee tables are really practical and functional.