abizar adella living-rooms, 2017-09-10 07:51:48. From material to lighting to layouts, interior design trends move in and out of style at an amazing pace. This post features five living rooms that embrace current best practices but in ways that will likely remain appealing for years to come. Some of these spaces are subdued and subtle, sparking interest without overwhelming the eye. Others take a bolder approach yet reduce risk by anchoring their designs around traditional features or palettes. Most importantly, these living rooms explore the ideas most popular in contemporary design without blending into one homogeneous group – each has its own distinctive personality.
abizar adella dining-rooms, 2017-09-07 07:45:26. First on this list is a stunning dining space in a villa. The chairs in itself speaks of class that I think everyone would agree on with a matching golden table - I think no would disagree at all. What‘s great about this space is that it did not look tacky at all. It‘s one concern I usually have when we try to place a lot of fancy things in one space - and this one just has enough of it which makes it well for it.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-05 07:22:11. Yellow is a bold design choice, but it‘s popular in adventurous kitchens for a good reason – it‘s a cheerful color full of energy and optimism, associated with cleanliness and freshness. Part of this energetic perception contributes to its association with the marketing of healthy foods. It‘s appetizing! Yellow is the color of ripe bananas and fresh citrus fruits like tart pineapples and lemons. And if you‘re working with an especially dark kitchen, there‘s simply no better way to brighten the space and let this warm natural tone bring nature to you. Check out our yellow room inspiration post to see ideas for the rest of the home.
abizar adella living-rooms, 2017-09-10 07:51:48. You didn‘t think we will leave you guys hanging with just some bedroom texture inspiration, did you? Get ready for some serious living room action! As you can see from this post, the most common sources of texture come from substantial materials like tile and fabrics that make you want to reach out and touch them. Other ways to express texture are more surprising, ranging from contemporary 3D wall cladding to full-scale art installations. Then, there is the budget-friendly option of implied textures created by repeating patterns or subtle color variations. Are you excited to find the perfect texture for your living room walls?
abizar adella decorating-ideas, 2017-09-06 07:38:34. A vivid green sofa provides some design oomph in the center of the room, a color that is then picked up by one accent dining chair and some scattered household plants.Whilst following the same layout, the second option is a much more plush affair with a completely different atmosphere.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-11 07:54:28. Eclectic and oh-so-stylish, the Scandinavian theme stretches to most living, dining and bedroom areas – but the kitchen is where it really comes out to shine. A step inside the kitchens of these fifty homes shows the Scandinavian can be much more than just white walls, wooden floors and lined tiling. Here, bright mustard cabinetry and chequered floors meet dreamy pastels and block monochromes. Stencil frames and finer elements wind boxes around benches, and cubby holes around ornaments. Plant life hangs and hides simultaneously, a breath of fresh air in light and airy spaces. Take our tour to see.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-12 07:21:20. Bring black to Scandinavia with French cabinetry in a darker hue. A chrome fridge and oven make classic white and wood contemporary. Make thinly-lined tiles the feature in an urban jungle atmosphere. This kitchen mixes it up with a black SMEG and cabinetry, hanging plants and mismatching schoolboy chairs. The Scandinavian is simple enough to act minimal. Wooden floors and a white tiled inlet meet a striped rug, wide-paned cabinets and a death star-style lamp.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-13 07:21:46. A simplistic look makes a black kitchen a winner. Clean black panels pop out beside a wooden knife holder and potted plant. Introducing more light, this black kitchen is hardly dark at all. Black benches, cabinetry, fixtures and stools are intersected by large-panel windows, a white shelving stand and light flooring. An engraved ‘kitchen’ states the obvious in this natural piece, radiant with living walls. Granite-look walling with black and wooden cabinetry leaves room for feature chrome.
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