By Lisette Chantal. Interior Design. Publised at Sunday, October 29th 2017, 02:53:34 AM. Futuristic, modern and simply eye-catching, this door would be perfect when placed in a video room or a computer room or maybe a teenager’s bedroom. Nice!
By Francine Orianne. Living Room. Published at Monday, January 08th 2018, 21:09:08 PM. This contemporary living room scheme takes inspiration from casual spaces that like the subtlety of green against the grey walls, seating and carpet.
By Caroline Arielle. Kitchen. Published at Monday, January 08th 2018, 20:38:20 PM. After the countertops are installed, it’s time to think about backsplash installation and painting. Your counter sets the lower line for your tile, so even though you could install the tile before templating, you’ll get a better-looking backsplash if you wait.
By Orianne Lilianne. Interior Design. Published at Monday, January 08th 2018, 20:35:06 PM. This home used contrasting colors in its interior just like what you can see in this image. The black staircase definitely added appeal to the home.
By Claire Armelle. Living Room. Published at Monday, January 08th 2018, 15:25:31 PM. Create texture and visual appeal by mixing and matching favorite fabrics in one room. Stick to the theme of anything goes by combining plaids, stripes and polka dots. These patterns work wonders together when put together with intent.
By Orianne Lilianne. Bedroom. Published at Monday, January 08th 2018, 15:04:53 PM. This bedroom used wood for the feature wall and the ceiling. A patterned area rug is added to the space which also has colors that compliment with the room.
By Orianne Lilianne. Interior Design. Published at Monday, January 08th 2018, 14:10:51 PM. 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. Living Room. Published at Monday, January 08th 2018, 13:07:38 PM. Green is perhaps the easiest hue for the color-shy to accept. The reason: It anchors the natural world around us, and we’re used to large doses at a time. Lay the groundwork with accents, such as these throw pillows and vase, then gradually tiptoe into a stronger scheme.
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