abizar adella dining-rooms, 2017-09-07 07:45:26. Talk about a different chair for each person of the house! I think that this could be cooler if the back story of this set is that they asked each one of the family member to really pick one chair for their dining set and everyone picked a cool and unique one; I think this move is so cool, I think we should all do just this at our own homes!
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-11 07:54:28. This Arizona home has an exterior that fits right in with the desert surrounding it. Inside, however presents modern refinement. The minimalist look combines slate grey cabinets and island with a chrome finish base. The off-white cabinets provide ample storage space and seem to conceal the refrigerator to the right. The bar in a warm pine finish warms the room. This colorblock creation mixes hues and textures. Taupe, white, and grey color the cabinets and the amazing built in surrounding the appliances has a textured appearance. Even the wall has joined the act, with a dark grey paint.
abizar adella dining-rooms, 2017-09-07 07:45:26. First on this list is a classic looking home with a stunning floor work done. They have a long table in here but only have four chairs - this could mean that the home owner belong to a family of four but since they have a large table, this could mean that they are usually getting more people in the house. The fact that they have so much plants outside meant that having a balcony was a great idea to get the fresh air every time they have their meals.
abizar adella bedrooms, 2017-09-04 07:04:35. This room makes use of light wooden slats with an interwoven pattern. This achieved by a lighter pattern, so that the darker wood and pattern stands out. In this room the slats adorn only the top half of the wall, a contrast to the pristine white walls. These particular slats match the base of the bed, and taper down to meet panels made of the same wood. A framed picture complements the entire look.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-12 07:21:20. 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 living-rooms, 2017-09-10 07:51:48. The double height in this living room was used to add a literal accent wall into the room. This gives privacy from the outside, but allows the homeowners to enjoy the 3-D view given by the glass walls. A problem that often occurs with double height living rooms is that sometimes the upper and lower spaces look disjointed. This designer expertly used wooden elements to join the two spaces, creating a unified room that works well with all the different elements. The warm wooden panels mesh well with room’s furniture, especially the scandinavian chairs and exposed windows. In this room, the designer made masterful use of the house’s unique structure to create a visually stunning area. The double height living room allows this vision to be fully realized, removing the hindrance of a traditional ceiling.
abizar adella decorating-ideas, 2017-09-06 07:38:34. An oversized chess set along with a massive letter A indicate that this is a space for fun. Nothing is so wonderful as waking up to a sunny room and crisp white sheets. By creating contrast with light flooring and dark cabinetry, this space becomes a bit mysterious and a lot mod. The artwork in this home is on display and easy to spot amid the black and white decor. Two Douglas fir flooring styles in two separate homes, each featuring hanging light fixtures and minimalist modern furnishings.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-05 07:22:11. While traditional kitchen styles tend to emphasize material and color palettes, modernist designers are exploring the world of unconventional geometric design and creative framing. The kitchens in this post range from futurist styles based on sharp asymmetric polygons, all the way to otherwise classic compositions that break the mold by emphasizing innovative uses of proportion and shape – bold and subtle in turn. Many of these spaces sit on the high end of the luxury spectrum but others employ simple tricks that any handy DIY enthusiast can use. Which modern kitchen is your favorite? Let us know in the comment section.
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