Category Archives: Home Design

Conversation Pits – Relaxed Luxury

Conversation Pits & Sunken Sitting Areas A conversation pit is an architectural features that incorporates built-in seating into a depressed section of flooring within a larger room. It is sometimes referred to as a ‘sunken living room’ and was a popular design style from the 1950s to 1970s across Europe and North America. Conversation pits will add amazing…
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Living Room: 5 Accent Pieces You Must Have

Decorating a living room can be a blast, as long as you have the right pieces to add. Now, I’m going to keep this short but there are five accent pieces that you cannot do without when decorating your space. So without further ado, let’s get right into this! 1. Throw Pillows Your sofa may…
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2300 Sunset Drive Miami Beach Modern Home

Tucked away in the prestigious Sunset Islands sits a 13,068 sq. ft. modern oasis that’s a perfect paradise for any homeowner. The newly finished two story, 5800 sq. ft. home is located at 2300 Sunset Drive in Miami Beach, Florida. Surrounded by lush gardens, the 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms home provides a combination of…
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Modern Lighting Ideas

Light up your home with these modern lighting ideas. These modern ceiling lighting fixtures, and designer lamps ideas will add style to any home. "1990 called. They want their track lighting back." This was the cheeky comment about a new modern home in Seattle that got us thinking about all the lighting fixtures that we…
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Bathroom Renovation Tips

Top 10 bathroom renovation tips Consider some important points before updating the look of your bathroom. An effective bathroom design should address all your needs, physical and spiritual. Here are the most important tips to consider when considering bathroom renovations. 1. Choose elegant fixtures A pedestal sink with graceful lines is more attractive than a…
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The Vessel – Manhattan’s Stairway to Nowhere

For those of you who have visited New York City’s famed aerial greenway, the High Line, on a busy afternoon and found that it just doesn’t get the balance of suffocating crowds and dizzying heights quite right, you’re in luck. If all goes as planned, come 2018, Manhattan’s West Side will also be home to…
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12 Luxurious Bathrooms You Have To See

We all dream of having a bathroom like Kim Kardashian or Oprah, one day…there’s nothing more luxurious than experiencing your wealth in the most amazing tub, sipping a glass of wine, in a bathroom that’s even fancier than going to a spa. These powder rooms will seriously make your jaw drop – every interior design…
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How To Remove Wax From Carpet

How To Remove Wax From Carpet Removing wax from carpet can be extremely difficult if you don't use the right method. With these tips, you will be able to remove the wax quickly and easily.  Your carpet will be wax free in minutes! Fast and easy way to remove candle wax from carpet using a clothes…
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Some of The Coolest Fireplaces Ever

Fireplace ties a room together like no other piece of interior can. It starts luring book shelves, wine bottles and class in general. With a fireplace, your room is warm both literally and metaphorically. Plus, you can probably cook marshmallows on it, as long as your classy, wine-sipping friends don't see you do it. So…
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How to Make a Basement Look Brighter

How to Make a Basement Look Brighter If you find yourself in the windowless cocoon of your basement, wishing there was another way to live than burrowing like a mole…there is! There are plenty of ways to brighten even the darkest of basement spaces. With a few strategic tweaks, you’ll be able to enjoy a…
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Origami House – OAB Carlos Ferrater

Origami House - OAB Carlos Ferrater Located in Sant Cugat, AA House is a single-family home overlooking like a geometric boat anchored in a grass sea, its sloping roofs among the forest form a magnificent scenery. Architects: Carlos Ferrater, Xavier Martí / OAB. Office of Architecture in Barcelona Location: Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona, Spain…
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Great Ideas for Bathroom Double Sinks

Great Ideas for Bathroom Double Sinks In the case of the bath, double sinks are often better than one. A double vanity provides ample space for partners to prep for a night out or for visitors to settle in. And his-and-hers bathroom sinks are excellent for family homes where extra amenities can make life a…
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How to Make a Great Bathroom?

A bathroom can be easily overlooked. It is a functional space and most people do not spend their time there apart from those who love long hot soaks. However, that should not be a reason to neglect it. There are several ways to convert a bathroom from a lackluster one to a great one. Accessories…
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The Cape Schanck House – Paul Morgan Architects

The Cape Schanck House - Paul Morgan Architects This house is located in an area near rugged coastline subject to strong prevailing winds and sits within an expanse of native tea tree, on one of Australia’s southern peninsulas. The distinctive pattern of tree growth is caused by light stimulus, or phototropism, which formed a natural…
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Eco-Friendly Essential Oils Cleaning Solutions

Did you know that the average American home is filled with thousands of artificial chemicals? Only a small percentage of these chemicals have been thoroughly tested for safety! It’s crazy considering how often we’re exposed to these chemicals, and how little we know about their effects on our health and the environment. Of those that…
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Why Shipping Containers Make Cool Tiny Homes

Container homes have for years intrigued innovative home builders and architectural designers even before the wildly popular tiny house movement. Today, building a tiny home with one or more shipping containers has caught on with mainstream homeowners who are looking to step outside the traditional path of large mortagages and huge upkeep requirements of conventional…
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