By Mailys Yannick. Living Room. Publised at Saturday, October 07th 2017, 19:44:40 PM. This somewhat traditional living room is an example of how an unusual color like moss green can go to the wall. Accent walls are great, don’t get us wrong, but moss green is not really that much of a favorite, but pairing it with grey furniture, everything seems to work out just great!
By Claire Armelle. Architecture. Published at Tuesday, November 21st 2017, 12:18:22 PM. The ground floor contains the living area, dining and kitchen. In the second floor, you can find the guest bedroom, family room and master bedroom. All these areas face the courtyard allowing them a good view of the outdoor landscaping especially that glass sliding partitions are used. Meanwhile, you can see a single studio space in the third floor area with access to two roof terraces. The front terrace provides views of the city while the back terrace opens to the mountains. Since the house is located along a busy street, only few windows were placed on the facade to add privacy to the home.
By Isabelle Marise. Kitchen. Published at Monday, November 20th 2017, 11:45:11 AM. Stainless steel lends a modern, industrial look to a kitchen. The metal surface coordinates with any color and it looks good in whatever interior. It is one of the easiest countertop materials to clean wherein you just wipe off stains with a cloth and mild soap. It is the most hygienic countertop available since it inhibits bacterial build up.
By Isabelle Marise. Interior Design. Published at Saturday, November 18th 2017, 11:19:03 AM. You can always use white furniture. Do not hesitate to pick a white sofa or white chairs. Everything can actually be in white. Even the throw pillows can be in white too. The trick is, layer it with different tones and textures. Doing this will still add depth to your interior even if you used white in most part of it. But you can also try adding some furniture, window treatments, area rugs and others with some other colors on it.
By Lisette Chantal. Interior Design. Published at Friday, November 17th 2017, 09:44:19 AM. You can always use white furniture. Do not hesitate to pick a white sofa or white chairs. Everything can actually be in white. Even the throw pillows can be in white too. The trick is, layer it with different tones and textures. Doing this will still add depth to your interior even if you used white in most part of it. But you can also try adding some furniture, window treatments, area rugs and others with some other colors on it.
By Orianne Lilianne. Architecture. Published at Thursday, November 16th 2017, 09:11:18 AM. Timber, stones and glass railings, these three main materials looks great and in good strength for this covered balcony. A lush tropical garden is in the view from the balcony. Slatted timber screens allow the river breeze to filter the indoors.
By Mailys Yannick. Living Room. Published at Monday, November 13th 2017, 08:53:47 AM. Green and red furniture and accessories provide colorful accents in this living room. The bold print shade ties into the scheme, repeating its colors and cushions. The dark grey walls and white flooring creates a soft and subtle backdrop to this living room space.
By Isabelle Marise. Architecture. Published at Saturday, November 11th 2017, 08:12:41 AM. This house is composed of two separate buildings towering above the upper platform. The bigger building is for public spaces. This part of the house is cantilevered and it overhangs the ground floor. Here you can see the children’s and master’s bedrooms. The lower half of the house is almost completely integrated into the landscape.
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