Published at Thursday, February 01st 2018, 09:45:01 AM by Seana MacAleese. Interior.
Fill a vacant corner. Nothing hauls down a scheme more than a look that appears vacant or incomplete. Luckily, this trend is ideal for filling–up any vacant space with easy style. Just look at this sample from Curated Interior.
Published at Monday, July 23rd 2018, 02:51:34 AM. Coffee Tables By Savanna Espino. This is just the case with this glass coffee table. It’s simple, except for the base. It’s also modern and has a sophisticated look. So it would make a great addition to any modern home that shares the same style.
Published at Sunday, July 22nd 2018, 09:33:30 AM. Interior By Hisolda Cox. Create clear traffic paths. Arrange furniture to direct traffic around the conversation core rather than through it. In this small living room, the sofa marks the beginning of the seating space. Traffic coming in from the door is directed to go on either side of the sofa, rather than directly through the conversation area.
Published at Sunday, July 22nd 2018, 08:16:37 AM. Living Room By Adaliz Moreau. Built-in bookcases. Built-in bookcases are an ideal storage solution for traditional living rooms. To make sure the look doesn’t veer into contemporary territory, consider adding some decorative moulding around the perimeter, picture lights at the top, and be sure to use traditional hardware on cabinet doors. A simple design like this one courtesy of Nastasi Vail Design is ideal.
Published at Sunday, July 22nd 2018, 06:55:59 AM. Living Room By Delfina Stavros. Blue and white living room, If there`s one thing you can count on in traditional rooms it`s furniture with curved edges. While you may see a square or rectangular side or coffee table, the majority of pieces (particularly seating) will have soft edges and curved details.
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 08:48:39 AM. Living Room By Carmelina Landi. A whisper of pattern. Used as both a family room and a living room, the 20x30-foot space in this Atlanta home gathers its elegant energy from patterns that are even more subtle than tone-on-tone—they’re created entirely from textures. The pair of modified wing chairs at the fireplace are covered in a beige fabric woven in small diamond motifs (no coincidence, the Pollack fabric is “Diamondieu”).
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 07:28:06 AM. Living Room By Arlene Ivers. A polished palette. The large living room in this DC Design House (Washington, D.C.) exudes elegance with a deftly played palette that keeps all parts of the space in harmony. A tasteful mix of icy blue, ivory, yellow, white, and khaki creates the polished look.
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 03:13:59 AM. Bookcases By Laverne Lacroix. Kitchen command center. Open shelves put dishware and utensils you use every day within easy reach. Farmhouse kitchen sink is from Waterworks. The troughlike porcelain sink is wide and deep. Brighten up a nook, create a colorful focal point in a small space by painting your shelves (including the back) a bright color. Here, pumpkin-colored shelves act as a backdrop to deep brown and burnt orange accessories.