Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 09:38:46 AM by Natzu Shimizu. Bathroom. Urinals. Residential urinals can make your lavatory fun for boys while conserving water. Some manufacturers, including Kohler, offer waterless urinals for even greater water savings.
Published at Monday, January 16th 2017, 23:24:22 PM by Manya Matveev. Interior. Add some soft and rough. The color scheme here is simple, but the effect is stunning. Look beyond the simple monochromatic palette and you'll see a range of textures at work. Contrast the matte black wall with the rough surface of the white painted bricks, and the soft, inviting bed throw with the rough, natural‐fiber rug. Even the ceiling and artwork are textured. This is an all‐over tactile and visual feast.
Published at Friday, January 13th 2017, 20:13:26 PM by Edda Braune. Dining Room. Different chairs, same color. Sort of like the trend in bridesmaids' dresses to have the ladies pick their own dresses as long as they are in the same hue, mixing and matching chair shapes is easy when you match the color. It does help to choose chairs in the same general style (modern, traditional) to keep them feeling like a set.
Published at Thursday, January 05th 2017, 19:57:55 PM by Rosetta Loreta. Bathroom. While the soft curves of a round mirror can add a more delicate, feminine touch to a space, two rectangular mirrors make a masculine statement in this bath. The frame of this mirror complements the vanity below perfectly, while the sconces add further interest. An hourglass mirror in the center reflects onto the other surfaces in the room, creating a 3‐D look. Get a look similar to two mirrors by framing a window with mirrors. These beautiful antique mirrors reflect the light from outside, giving the whole room a golden glow.
Published at Tuesday, December 27th 2016, 22:22:39 PM by Rosetta Loreta. Living Room. Dusty blue. Like warm gray, dusty shades of blue work well with most tones of red brick, complementing rather than competing with them. In this kitchen a brick oven is surrounded by dusty blue painted cabinets, a warm cherry island counter and chandeliers for a bit of sparkle. Pale dusty‐blue walls look stunning in this bedroom around a brick fireplace. Off‐white trim and distressed white furniture looks richer than pure white.
Published at Thursday, December 22nd 2016, 20:44:16 PM by Manya Matveev. Interior. Create a feature wall. Embrace the dark side with a single feature wall. The black wall in this room helps to put the bed and lights at center stage, while the remaining white walls and crisp white bedding keep the look airy.
Published at Friday, December 16th 2016, 17:24:43 PM by Edda Braune. Bedroom. Sally's bedroom growing up was a whirlwind of pink wallpaper, floral textiles, frilly curtains and precious dolls. In typical Draper fashion, it was girly but still simple and refined. Now that Sally is getting into her tweens and teens, her rebellious side is starting to pop up.Sally's bedroom growing up was a whirlwind of pink wallpaper, floral textiles, frilly curtains and precious dolls. In typical Draper fashion, it was girly but still simple and refined. Now that Sally is getting into her tweens and teens, her rebellious side is starting to pop up. Sally may be a a girly girl for at least the beginning of her tween years, but as she starts to develop her own style (and delves into the wild style of the early '70s), bold patterns and color may start to make an appearance in her room. Pale pink walls can be replaced with a vibrant (but tasteful) lavender, and a bright pink duvet can cover up the old floral bedding. A graphic rug gives this bedoom the final dose of that great mod style.
Published at Tuesday, December 06th 2016, 00:57:03 AM by Edda Braune. Bedroom. Envision a deeply restorative space. The best way to begin any design project is with a clear vision of your hopes for the end result. Take a moment to ponder what your ideal bedroom space would look like and how it would feel – the scent, the textures, the sounds. Create as clear a picture as you possibly can, and hold that in your mind as you move forward with the project. Clean the air. Air quality affects health and wellness, and poor air quality can impact sleep. The easiest way to clean the air in your bedroom is simply to open your windows. Commit to letting fresh air into your bedroom for at least 10 minutes each day, and the air quality is sure to improve. To take it a step further, you may want to add several potted plants and an air purifier. Limit technology and remove emotional clutter. When you visualized your ideal bedroom, I'd wager that it wasn't filled with clutter or the tangle of wires dangling from your laptop. Giving yourself a break from tech devices at night will help promote deeper rest and is probably a good idea healthwise as well. Also, take a moment to consider the things you have stored in your bedroom. Are there boxes of bills and paperwork that make your stomach knot each time you see them? Piles of clothes that no longer fit, workout tools you don't use or photos of friends you have a tense relationship with? All of these things can contribute to stress and insomnia, so out they must go. Clean thoroughly and naturally. Often, our bedrooms fall way down to the bottom of our cleaning to‐do list, simply because not many others have to see these private spaces.