Published at Thursday, May 25th 2017, 01:07:00 AM by Stefanie Kruger. Bathroom. A black bathtub is just about as sophisticated as it gets, in terms of hulking porcelain fixtures. The inside of the tub, a glossy black porcelain, is nicely framed by a marbled effect and tastefully contrasted with a matte lower surround. The result is a cohesive but visually stimulating whole.
Published at Tuesday, May 23rd 2017, 01:06:11 AM by Jessika Theissen. Living Room. Cobalt blue has been around for a few years now as a popular color choice for many spaces, and it still works wonders in the living room. Confident, cheerful, and vibrant, this color brings a bold, modern touch to almost any living room space. Just as with any bold color, you’ll want to use it strategically and probably limit the visual “busy-ness“ of the surrounding space, just to avoid visual chaos.
Published at Friday, May 26th 2017, 01:09:09 AM by Mireille Chatigny. Bathroom. Exquisite marble also makes the Origin pedestal sink stand out. its design is inspired by oriental motifs. With a simple and graceful silhouette, the sink becomes a decorative element for the bathroom, serving as a focal point and even as a sculpture.
Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 01:06:37 AM by Comforte Varieur. Bedroom. Wooden walls provide the perfect canvas for couples. Accompanied by grey and a large square window, panelled shafts add a contemporary feel to an otherwise basic bedroom. Wondering where the light is coming from? True to his trademark style, Kovr combines a wooden wall with smartphone-controlled LED lighting, making a striking design feature rise out of thin air.
Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 01:04:21 AM by Jessika Theissen. Bedroom. Looking to work wood into an art deco bedroom? This feature wall surprises with triangular panels popping out in mustard. Exude a 70‘s vibe with a painted wooden wall. This diamond-patterned piece curves up to a ceiling runway and spider chandelier.
Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 01:02:05 AM by Lundy Montminy. Kitchen. Stainless steel is neither the cheapest countertop option, nor the most expensive, but it tends to come in at the high end compared to some other materials, like marble. Typically, this surface costs between $70 and $150 per square foot installed.
Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 01:01:58 AM by Laurette Garnier. Kitchen. The most common type is made from boards placed on their sides and glued so that the narrower edge forms the surface. De Vos Woodworking says the strips can be “continuous lengths with no joints, or random- length pieces that are finger-jointed.“ These types of countertops work best in for large countertops, like long kitchen counters or island tops. Because wood only moves in one direction, across its width, edge grain butcher block is more stable than other wood countertops. It can also be less pricey.
Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 01:01:50 AM by Jessika Theissen. Kitchen. All cutouts, edges, and surfaces must be treated to keep moisture out of the wood. This makes undermount sinks ideal for wood countertops, according to Paul Grothouse of the Grothouse Lumber Company. Drop-in sinks go well with clear-coated or factory-finished countertops but need a flexible sealant beneath the rim.
Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 01:01:39 AM by Dominique Louineaux. Kitchen. Stainless steel is neither the cheapest countertop option, nor the most expensive, but it tends to come in at the high end compared to some other materials, like marble. Typically, this surface costs between $70 and $150 per square foot installed.
Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 00:59:57 AM by Mireille Chatigny. Bedroom. Looking for something more conventional? This low-lying bed blends perfectly with a smooth wooden wall surface. A wooden wall can be a great backing for art. These three forest scenes are offered warmth and simplicity by three-mid wooden panels.