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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Shades of Blue._

I Love Blue and it seems to be on trend. There’s so many shades of blues to work with, from turquoise to cobalt to midnight blue. blue also blends well with a lot of other colors from pink, to canary yellow, decorating with blue is a bold and beautiful choice.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Easy D.I.Y Marbel Tray Project._


What you need:
Marble floor tile
Copper tube cap
Silver Sharpie
Silver handles
Glue

What to do:
Color your copper tube caps with your silver Sharpie.
Glue caps to corners. Let dry.
Flip and glue handles to top. Let dry. Done!

Thursday, September 11, 2014

10 Beautiful Workspace Inspiration._

Some Beautiful Workspace to get inspired! Hope you enjoy them!!
Workspace
 Le Sac en papier / Merci paperbag | Opbergers | No. 28 wonen & lifestyle

Friday, August 22, 2014

Coastal Holiday Home._

Beautiful costal holiday home designed by Cotton Tree Interiors situated in Suffolk, United Kingdom.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Monochrome Residence in NYC._

Situated in New York City, this small eclectic apartment was designed by The New Design Project.Modest and neutral, yet cosy and inviting, this space is a welcome departure from your conventional rental apartment. The whole scheme is pared back but it does not skimp on either character or individuality thanks to a variety of cohesive pieces. A combination of a mellow monochromatic palette, repurposed items (low stools fashioned from old cable reels), with wood and metal accents, inject a warm and simple elegance to the space. The art work (black and white prints, white and gold ceramics, and the large handwritten wooden frame) are all custom creations by The New Design Project. The crumpled linen sofa cover is handmade by Bemz, whilst a number of the other pieces have been sourced from the high street.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Contemporary House Remodel by Allen Associates._



This whole house remodel updated and expanded a 1950’s contemporary. In addition to making the home more comfortable and energy efficient, the remodel added fabulous finishes. The original house had separate living, dining and kitchen areas. Walls were opened and a new structural beam added to make one grand room with abundant light and strong connections to outside environs. The owners were originally going to use this as a second home; however, during the course of the remodel, they fell in love with Santa Barbara, their new home and its beautiful ocean views.