abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-13 07:21:46. Dandelion is a wonderful color for a space as clean, simple, and minimalistic as this one. It draws up the warm tones from the kitchen’s wooden features. This kitchen serves as an incredible example of using color blocking to distinguish the kitchen from the rest of the open layout living space. It’s a perfect cube of vibrant yellow, encompassing each working surface and even the floor. Can’t get enough color blocking? Here, the kitchen is bright yellow, the dining table pale green, and a hint of red alludes to the living room just out of view.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-13 07:21:46. This white kitchen breaks it up, with white marble streaking grey against a minimal backdrop. Taupe cabinetry and wood-and-charcoal chairs help mix the palette, while white decorations float to the ceiling. Made bolder by rose gold and varnished wood, grey-and-white marble swathes itself over this contemporary space. Black stencil kitchen bar stools and a bonzai tree add focus.
abizar adella dining-rooms, 2017-09-07 07:45:26. Adding carpets and rugs in the house is something most people prefer - both for function and decorative purposes. As much as finding the next carpet store is easy, picking the right one for house is another thing to worry about; but fear not since your handy dandy carpet store sales person would very much be eager in helping you out!
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-14 14:46:10. Austin Bar Stool: Natural wood finish, sleek curved legs, and minimalist construction make these stools a nice statement piece for any interior, especially if you’re working around similar natural wood tones you might want to emphasize. Wyndham Swivel Counter Stool: This swivel stool is great for a space with geometric accents but it can also serve as a fantastic focal point when surrounded by clean lines as pictured. Vintage-finished brass legs and waxed wood seats work equally well within rustic environments or simple contemporary settings.
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 decorating-ideas, 2017-09-06 07:38:34. Light and shadow provide the overarching theme in this apartment living room – and the stunning artwork in the background enhances the effect. Even if the image weren’t perfectly coordinated in terms of color, the theme itself would still help to carry the interior. Grayscale themes allow the stark black-and-white artwork to pop out from the background. The tiny golden accent springs to life thanks to the pair of dandelion yellow chairs.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-11 07:54:28. The tile backsplash in this kitchen mimics a brick wall. The vent is stainless as well as the countertop, making the workspace easy to clean. The unstained floors lends well with the understated Scandinavian look. This kitchen is the centerpiece of this Rome apartment. On the opposite side of the cabinets is the television fo the living area. Antique oak parquet floors add warmth and the window brings in light. The small table gives a place for eating and work.
abizar adella kitchens, 2017-09-12 07:21:20. Kitchens are changing. With the growing popularity of breakfast bars and dining tables integrated with kitchen islands, counter-height seating is growing in demand. Whether you‘re looking to outfit an actual bar, provide backup seating for a standing desk, or need comfortable dining chairs, this post has just the right seats for the job. Here we cover a number of styles: rustic, modern, minimalist, Scandinavian, industrial, mid-century modern, futuristic, and beyond – there‘s something for everybody! And best of all, we‘ve taken care to hunt down treasures for every budget.
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