Published at Friday, August 11th 2017, 01:42:59 AM by Dominique Louineaux. Living Room. Whether you want to paint all the living room walls sky blue or incorporate one simple sky blue piece (or anything in between), your living room will benefit stylistically from the use of this gorgeous, liberating, and natural color. It‘s a refreshing pop of color or a balance of visual temperature or a spark of color light – all of these things and more are what sky blue has to offer a variety of living room schemes. It’s as old as the earth but still absolutely relevant in today’s living room designs.
Published at Saturday, August 19th 2017, 01:47:46 AM by Melanie Friedmann. Living Room. A great place to start in Scandinavian decor is with your textures. Since there isn’t a lot of extra to see in the way of decor, it‘s a great help to have linens and different types of weaves. Add a jute rug under the coffee table. Toss a sweater-like throw blanket on the couch. Add a chair with a linen weave.
Published at Tuesday, August 08th 2017, 01:41:04 AM by Chantal Laberge. Living Room. If you’re like me, you‘re always changing out prints and photos when you find a new one you love. I would suggest a photo ledge instead of a gallery wall. This enables you to switch out the contents of your frames with ease and even add pieces like plates and plants.
Published at Sunday, June 18th 2017, 01:21:33 AM by Jessika Theissen. Bathroom. Although the biggest disadvantage of pedestal sinks is the fact that they don’t offer any storage, they also offer a unique advantage, that of style. They can’t really be compared with anything else. In this case, the design is simple, robust and solid, a great way to stand out without being too obvious.
Published at Saturday, June 17th 2017, 01:19:40 AM by Chantal Laberge. Living Room. There is something inherently softening and friendly about two-tone furniture, and contrast piping on contemporary living room furniture is as welcoming as it is classy. Particularly when the colors themselves are neutral and soothing, such as are on this eggshell-and-steel-blue sofa.
Published at Thursday, June 15th 2017, 01:18:27 AM by Laurette Garnier. Bathroom. Named simply Bowl, this pedestal sink puts together industrial and modern influences resulting is a unique and eclectic design which impresses with its versatility. The sink puts together marble and metal and its pedestal integrates a sleek shelf that coordinates with the circular base.
Published at Monday, June 12th 2017, 01:18:20 AM by Lundy Montminy. Living Room. Go ahead. Go for the patterned rug. As long as it’s something striped or geometric, it will help your Scandinavian decor game. This is a great technique to turn a somewhat plain living room into a family friendly paradise.
Published at Saturday, June 10th 2017, 01:18:00 AM by Laurette Garnier. Bedroom. Bring the outside inside with a headboard in brick. A green living wall to the side harks back to the garden; a low-lying bed a simpler type of living. With a typographic canvas and standing photographer‘s lamp as features, the whole room screams art nouveau.
Published at Friday, June 09th 2017, 01:17:24 AM by Stefanie Kruger. Living Room. Green plant life, in small and large doses alike, offer an inherent freshness and softness to the contemporary living room, regardless of many other factors. Place a larger potted plant in the corner of the living room, or a smaller potted green on the coffee table or bookshelf.
Published at Wednesday, June 07th 2017, 01:16:22 AM by Lundy Montminy. Bathroom. Smaller bathrooms were a focus for many vendors like Zitta, who showed this shorter tub that still offers a deep soaking experience. The headrest at the tall end makes it extra comfy. Keeping one end tall and thin, and the other attached to the corner for the fixtures helps make the most of a smaller bathroom space.