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Living Room Paint Ideas

Living Room Paint Ideas

Most of our time spend in our home. It should be simply beautiful decorated. By putting some small efforts we can result a lovely peaceful place. A common latest home maybe have featured dull colored theme but it seems like dull look. Bright colors can change the entire surrounding. It shows the elegant and stylish behavior towards...
Organizing items as you decorate

Organizing items as you decorate

Imagine you are looking through the eyes of another person who comes to visit your home or residence.  As they walk through the front door, what do they see first?  Clutter and overwhelming amounts of items can be intimidating to your guests.  Studies even have shown that people who keep neat and tidy homes actually...
Relaxing Window Sill Cushioned Seats

Relaxing Window Sill Cushioned Seats

Windows are typically thought of as just something that a house has, that goes unnoticed in our everyday lives. However, with a little bit of creativity, you can turn your window sill into a fashionable yet functional piece of furniture via some simple interior decorating! By constructing a boxed in area (that will serve as...
Emerging Trend Using the look of Natural Concrete Instead of Hiding It

Emerging Trend Using the look of Natural Concrete Instead of Hiding It

This apartment is located on the top-most floor of a building developed in the mid 1960’s.  It is located near Venice, in San Dona di Piave.  The penthouse studio flat faces a beautiful view of the Piave river in the distance behind the tree-tops.  It also has a large terrace with a gorgeous south-easternly view....
Interior and outdoor molding and trim

Interior and outdoor molding and trim

The finishing touches are how normal, ordinary things become wonderful pieces of greatness. For example, if you were to look on the far side of sequins, a ballerina’s complex tutu is simply an apparent unitard. Removing that secret dash of his one extra special ingredient, the gourmand chef’s chicken tastes rather like one thing you...
Pacific Heights Penthouse Studio

Pacific Heights Penthouse Studio

San Francisco-primarily based studio De Meza Architecture completed the Pacific Heights Penthouse venture in collaboration with interior designer Jenn Kesteloot. The architects completely remodeled the interior decor of this huge 2,500 square foot top floor (penthouse) apartment unit found in a 1925 built development in Pacific Heights, which is an affluent community in San Francisco,...
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