Category Archives: DECORATING & IDEAS
Rustic Touch In Your Interior Design – Each person has their own taste, unique to how they see the world and like to organize their environment. In most families, between the compromises of the parents, the home interior and exterior will be organized to reflect the combined unique personality of the family unit. If your family isn’t into some of the current trends that call for shiny surfaces, glass and metal in every furnishing, or frilly pink accent pillows on every surface, you might be more interested in a design that tends towards the rustic and natural. Rustic designs reflect simplicity and materials that are reminiscent of the outdoors. Wood, stone, and natural light are some of the main components. If you enjoy reclaimed wood furniture, simple linens, and objects made from recycled materials like an interior barn door, then these design tips will help you realize your ideal rustic home.
If you are looking for high-quality and extremely durable materials for your kitchen and bathroom countertops, then stones should be your number one choice. Aside from being waterproof and very resistant to scratch, stone countertops provide a stylish and cozy ambiance inside your homes. These permanent installations are also available in different types and patterns which you can choose from to match your home’s design concept.
Casa Sanchia is beautiful beach house located in Dwarskersbos in the Western Cape province of South Africa. Casa Sanchia is designed by architect Marco Bezzoli (Archilab). The simplicity of the décor and architecture as well as the large sea facing decks, rimflow pool and 3 ensuite bedrooms offer amazing shooting possibilities. The accommodation is generous but simple: an open-plan living area comprising lounge and kitchen occupies most of the ground floor, which is shared by the master-bedroom suite.
Transform Your Garage Into A Living Space – Nowadays, an average working family would have a least two cars at their disposal, so no wonder that houses with one or two garages are hot commodities strongly sought after on the real estate market. Still, even though garages are meant to store and protect the cars, many homeowners would hastily park not inside but in the street in front of the house or in a side alley. And since the garage is left empty, with time it turns into a space packed with whatever, useful or useless. On the other hand, the family may well need some additional space – a private gym, hobby studio, home office, or just an additional guest room.