Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 22:34:38 PM by Jeana Betrand. Flooring.
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Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 16:17:11 PM by Jeana Betrand. Flooring. There was a time when bare concrete floors stayed well hidden beneath carpets, parquet flooring and tiles, when it was inconceivable to leave them exposed and the very idea that they could look good like that was not even taken into consideration. Now we know better than to dismiss it and concrete floors are actually trendy in modern and contemporary interior design. We’ve learned to embrace their raw and pure beauty and to complement them with comfortable furniture, textured accent rugs and warm wood elements. Let’s see how some architects and designers chose to integrate concrete floors into their projects.
Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 06:03:27 AM. Rug By Sydney Martinez. This is a Hollywood residence and it features several strong accent pieces, one of which is a cowhide rug. When combined with that zebra chair and the multitude of textures, patterns and details from the furniture and walls, it becomes less striking and a more gentle impact. It integrates nicely into the whole eclectic mix.
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 23:02:21 PM. Flooring By georgia smith. Always reminding you of what is strictly necessary – you don’t need much while lounging on your dearest chair or resting on your favorite sofa – a curated living room is like your life’s book you left open before guest’s eyes. But if you ever find yourself in need of anything, it would be a panoramic view of an unrivaled landscape, however it may look to each
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 23:01:33 PM. Sofa By Sydney Martinez. It’s important to determine your priorities when selecting the upholstery material for a sofa. For example, if you want the living room to look elegant and classy, you can get a leather sofa. Fabric is considered more casual. The most durable fabric options include cotton, linen and synthetic microfiber. If you have pets or small kids, stay away from materials that stain easily or are difficult to maintain.
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 22:55:08 PM. Rug By Greta Neumann. Whether you wish the interior design to be glamorous or minimal, a black or a white rug can be the key piece in achieving the desired look. These two colors each have their unique characteristics but can also be combined in which case the result is always eye-catching.
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 22:52:08 PM. Flooring By georgia smith. 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, 22:41:36 PM. Flooring By georgia smith. You can even find laminate flooring in a more rustic style. And when paired with a girlish-glam home office, you get a fun mix of design themes that are full of interest and texture. Check out this light wood-laminate flooring from Home Depot. It creates a cool, casual essence inside this eclectic bedroom and we’re loving that easiness coziness of it all.
Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 22:30:05 PM. Flooring By georgia smith. 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.