Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 18:59:44 PM by josef busch. Table. The key element tables in general take advantage of is the base. There’s not much room for innovation when it comes to the tabletop. The base, however, is another thing. There are many intricate designs out there but sometimes it’s the simplest choices that impress the most. Just look how sleek this coffee table is, especially with that carpet underneath.
Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 22:34:38 PM. Flooring By Jeana Betrand.
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Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 21:43:55 PM. Flooring By Jeana Betrand. Here’s a relaxed kitchen full of neutral, brown tones and it’s finished off with a spotless, wood-laminate floor that pops and contrasts with the cream cabinetry. If you’re looking for something a bit more unique, do some research on gray wood-laminate flooring like you see here in this youthful and trendy living room. It creates a foundation that’s so much more fun and interesting!
Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 16:23:36 PM. Sofa By Gunnel Schneider. Perhaps this should be the first step when choosing a sofa. Decide where the sofa will be placed so you know what to look for. If you usually enjoy sitting in front of the TV then that’s where you should place the sofa. But perhaps you enjoy entertaining guests and chatting with them in which case you should create a cozy lounge area in front of the fireplace or facing the bar. Be careful however because placing a sofa parallel to the fireplace in a long and narrow room can make the room even narrower.
Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 16:17:11 PM. Flooring By Jeana Betrand. Somewhere in Montana there’s a very cool retreat with an interior design done by Ann Knight Interiors. A combination of polished concrete floors, full-height glass windows, wooden ceilings and stone accent walls allow the spaces to feel connected to the rugged mountain landscape that surrounds them. The design strategy was simple and very effective.
Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 10:33:45 AM. Flooring By Jeana Betrand. For some, separate rooms still hold their charm. But many homeowners today are taking a sledgehammer to their traditional floor plans so they can enjoy cooking, eating and movie watching all in one space. Decades ago, homes were built with the notion that every room has a distinct function. You cook in a kitchen, so it was a separate room — often with a door. Dining rooms were formal. Living rooms were for entertaining or relaxing, and were set apart from the kitchen.
Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 07:53:53 AM. Sofa By Gunnel Schneider. Here we have another example of a sofa that seamlessly fits into the living room’s décor thanks to its color. This pale shade of pastel green, almost white, matches the rest of the décor beautifully, the walls are beige and the whole living room is decorated with transparent and bright elements.
Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 07:27:00 AM. Rug By Aimee Martin. When shopping for carpet and rugs, shag rug may not be the first type that comes to mind, but it sure does make a powerful statement! Starting with the area rug to design a space can lead to a great adventure to find the right rug. These amazing shaggy rugs have been designed to make your home an enjoyable and relaxing place after a hard day. Take a look at the pictures to see how every rug stands out in the room, even if the colourful surroundings threaten to overwhelm the design.