By Adeline Estelle. Interior Design. Publised at Thursday, October 19th 2017, 00:20:27 AM. The interior uses colors that aren’t so flashing but it doesn’t look boring at all. Using glass for the staircase railings added appeal to the area and made it look more spacious.
By Mailys Yannick. Dining Room. Published at Tuesday, December 05th 2017, 17:21:00 PM. The warm, walnut finish contrasts perfectly with the stainless steel base. Three self-closing drawers and two self-closing doors with beveled pulls and adjustable hinge hardware.
By Lisette Chantal. Living Room. Published at Sunday, December 03rd 2017, 16:32:12 PM. A compact living space with a plastic transparent table and gray L-shaped sofa. The area rug has gray patterns on it while the throw pillows bring pops of color into the space.
By Orianne Lilianne. Architecture. Published at Friday, December 01st 2017, 16:11:05 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 Caroline Arielle. Architecture. Published at Thursday, November 30th 2017, 15:38:50 PM. Stone and timber look good together as seen from this photo of the house kitchen. Wood table, gray bench top, white kitchen top and wood cabinetry complement the whole kitchen space. Chic black pendant lights emit a warm glow in the place.
By Mailys Yannick. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, November 29th 2017, 15:34:23 PM. The homeowners needed help so they can decide what to keep, what to add and where to place a mix of furniture that they bought from a smaller apartment. They also want to bring a warmer, more lived-in feeling to the new space.
By Isabelle Marise. Garden. Published at Tuesday, November 28th 2017, 13:52:23 PM. Selecting the right plant is very important because in the hill, water drains down hillsides quickly leaving the soil drier. Drought tolerant trees and plants are required, it is also good to choose perennials. Native plants work well too as they have adapted to the local conditions of your area
By Caroline Arielle. Interior Design. Published at Saturday, November 25th 2017, 13:21:28 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.
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