Published at Sunday, December 02nd 2018, 06:32:22 AM by Greta Neumann. Flooring. A lot of architects and homeowners appreciate polished concrete floors for their modern appeal but also their pure and practical nature. It’s a look that suits not only minimalist, contemporary spaces but also mid-century and even traditional decors. This eclectic living space designed by Bourne Blue Architects is a nice example.
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 08:16:21 AM. Table By Alva Wagner. The coffee table, although not impressive in size, is the focal point of the whole living room. It usually sits in the center and it’s the element that unites everything else around it. So how do you choose your coffee table? Well, color is one way to go. Black coffee tables, for example, can be very versatile and they basically go with everything. But there are lots of different ways in which to integrate them into the décor. So what is your design?
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 06:08:39 AM. Table By Rudella Fischer. Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014!!! Ah, the coffee table. The finishing piece of a living room. It’s like the shoe of an outfit – a proportionately small piece that makes all the difference in the overall result. It’s common to see a variety of coffee tables in living rooms – size, color, material, style, and shape. Rounded coffee tables have the advantage of minimizing potentially hazardous corners; plus, they never look askew. Rectangular coffee tables mimic the shape of most sofas, so they automatically make sense. But what about a square coffee table? Is there a place in design for them? Indeed there is.
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 03:02:21 AM. Sofa By Sydney Martinez. Another option is a classic arrangement with four armchairs placed around a coffee table. If you’re worried that it won’t be enough space for everyone to sit down, this problem can be easily solved with some stools, ottomans, poufs or foldable chairs. They can be scattered around the house and only brought in when needed or they can be safely stored somewhere.
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 00:15:35 AM. Table By Rudella Fischer. By comparison, the Pebble table can be used in pairs or sets of three or more to form a larger coffee table. Individually, each piece can be used as a separate side table. The design of the Pebble table mimics river stepping stones found in nature or an artistic version of a tree canopy. It comes in various sizes and colors.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 21:42:35 PM. Rug By marquisa simon. Animal hides make such great rugs to step onto first thing in the morning, but if you have a dark wood floor, a cow hide might be too dark for the space. Opt for a lighter hide like this reindeer rug. There’s no harm in going classic in the rug department. The bright colors and lively pattern on this beauty will make a great show piece when you lay it on your dark wood floor.
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 20:23:33 PM. Rug By Norberte Walter. Whether you’re aching for a bit of color and charm or you need something to enhance your color scheme and bring it to life, a striped rug is a quick way to give a room a fresh and updated look. Stripes are one of the best and most versatile patterns to work, decorate and design with and they’re incredibly functional and fashionable. So, why not use them on your floors? Let’s take a look at how quickly a striped rug can change the entire look and feel of any room in the house. And we’re just getting started here with the basics!
Published at Monday, November 05th 2018, 20:11:00 PM. Rug By Norberte Walter. Maybe you prefer a rug that feels more artsy in your artsy space. This brush stroked rug looks just like somebody put a modern painting on your floor. It’s swirling colors will look great against the backdrop of dark wood. One surefire way to lighten up a dark wood floor is to get an opposite color rug. In this case cream. Which will make you happy because these patterned ivory rugs are on trend so here is your excuse to get one.