Think about a transitional kitchen because the great moderator. With the welcome and warmth of conventional design and the clean, simple lines of modern design, transitional spaces project balance and harmony. Because they offer a great deal of flexibility, they’re a great alternative for homeowners who do not want to restrict themselves to a single … Continue reading Kitchen Workbook: 8 Elements of a Transitional Kitchen
There is a stereotypical idea of what a”flea market chic” home looks like, and those who love modern or contemporary may think it’s not for them. Nevertheless, the new publication Flea Market Chic, by Liz Bauwens and Alexandra Campbell (CICO Books), reveals how antique finds can adapt an assortment of styles. Using flea market goods … Continue reading Book 'Flea Market Chic'
Lace up your sneakers and work off all those holiday sweets by going on a walking tour of Art Deco buildings in downtown Los Angeles, or the Flatiron District in New York. Save the date for Toronto’s largest contemporary design honest and participate in thoughtful provoking discussions at their annual creative symposium. If you’re searching … Continue reading 5 Top Design Events: Dec. 23, 2011 – Jan. 27, 2012
Vases aren’t just petite delicate bits you add to the peak of a dining table. They can be large and in charge, sitting on the ground to add to the gorgeous impact of any space. Use them to transform a corner, bring in colour, balance either side of a couch or chair, or take the … Continue reading Finish Your Space With a Floor Vase
You have never noticed doghouses quite like these before: a dog-sized country cabin, wine barrel bungalow, miniature Zen house with roof garden, salvage-chic doghouse as well as a Mondrian-like house inspired by a beloved dog cure (a rib). All those and many more clever designs were on display last weekend in Austin’s Barkitecture, a design … Continue reading Doghouses Worth a Wag: Report From Barkitecture 2011
There are worse problems to have than large ceilings, however they are able to be challenging in regards to using every inch of square-footage. As an alternative to lugging a cumbersome or stool ladder out each single time you have to reach something about the top ledge, try this trick as an alternative. Put in … Continue reading Thought of the Week: Work Your Ceilings
Denim is certainly part of our present culture — as a high fashion status-symbol so that as an iconic representation of our society that is everyday. If the colour is a vibrant, sumptuous indigo or a azure that is creased that’s disappeared and dampened with time, denim colors will play a significant part in Springtime … Continue reading Denim by Style: Where the Denims Consistently Fit