Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 10:33:45 AM by Jeana Betrand. Flooring. 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 Tuesday, September 18th 2018, 19:37:07 PM. Table By nancy williams. This is not exactly a mirrored table but we really like its look so we’ll show it to you anyway. The mercury finish is quite elegant and gives the table a retro chic look which goes well with Nordic-inspired decors but also with a variety of other styles. This is the SEI Paschall Glam table and, as you can see, its design is simple. The metal frame is slim and the glass top and shelf are just what the table needs to look glamorous and sophisticated without necessarily looking too formal.
Published at Sunday, September 16th 2018, 23:01:35 PM. Rug By Alice Muller. Even though, most often, the cowhide accent pieces are seen as focal point that need to be inserted in minimalist and even monochromatic décor, they can also look beautiful in a more colorful area. Here, for example, we have a beautiful, eclectic bedroom that features a color palette that ranges from peach to pink, red and brown. The combination is beautiful and the rug adds style and texture to the room.
Published at Saturday, September 15th 2018, 12:25:43 PM. Rug By Aimee Martin. The lines will add depth, the size will add pizazz and the width will add length to any room of any size … causing the space to look bigger. By sitting the rug directly under the coffee table, chair or even if it covers a huge chunk of the area; the stripes will act as a highlighter for any point of the room. It’s an immediate way to create a focal point.
Published at Friday, September 14th 2018, 07:08:02 AM. Flooring By Aimee Martin. The versatility of concrete floors can be explored in many different ways. Each design does that in its own unique way. The approach for this lovely home designed by Canyon Construction was to bring the outdoors in and to play with simple materials to create a casual yet elegant and sophisticated decor.
Published at Thursday, September 13th 2018, 12:49:23 PM. Flooring By Alison Weber. A similar strategy was used by Isern Associats for this house in Sant Pol de Mar, Spain. However, the contrast between the polished concrete floors and the wood-clad walls is quite subtle. In a way, that means there’s not a lot of warmth given out by the wood yet the texture is still there. A great design strategy for minimalist and Nordic-inspired decors.
Published at Sunday, September 09th 2018, 23:26:43 PM. Table By derick kuhn. 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 Saturday, September 08th 2018, 21:44:19 PM. Table By derick kuhn. 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.