The contemporary design style is one of those styles that you just can’t say no to. This is the main reason why we have so many various collections featuring all kinds of designs from the contemporary style. Our latest collections featuring the contemporary design originate from a showcase that we are doing of this design which has by now completely covered the interior areas and pretty much all of the outdoor areas as well with collections featuring the contemporary patio, landscape, deck and porch. But the best part is yet to come in today’s collection which features the contemporary swimming pool design. We are talking about the traditional swimming pool. Creating one in your backyard is going to open so many possibilities for enjoyment and will make you stay a lot more outside.
Besides the beautiful sandy beaches, which are our favorite in the summer, in the world there are places that are literally created for enjoyment. There are many luxury swimming pools with impressive views up to the pools in natural reserves, but we made one small collection of some of the most exotic pools in the world. In these photos you’ll believe that your fantasies can be realized, just need to choose your favorite destination. The mid–century swimming pool design is very similar to the modern swimming pool design so it might be a bit hard to tell the difference between the two. But there’s an easy way to make sure that your swimming pool would be discovered as a mid–century design. The best way to achieve that is to invest in a mid–century patio around your swimming pool. And of course, the most important thing is to make sure that your home gets a mid–century exterior design. The collections linked above contain a large amount of great designs as well as internal links to even more collections with even more mid–century designs.
There is no better enjoyment in the hot summer days, then relaxing by the pool, and drinking cold drinks. If you are lucky enough and you have swimming pool in your own yard, then you should find some creative ideas to make it more attractive and to make the stay outdoor more pleasant and relaxing. We have one amazing idea for you – you can make functional lounge area by the pool. That way you will have wonderful place where to spend the hot summer days. It will be your favorite place for relax after a stressful day at work, and perfect place for night parties woth your friends. You’re not a fan of public beaches, and would like to extend the vacation before the summer passes? We will show you how to make a summer oasis in your own backyard. Depending on which pool you will decide to build, you must have accessory for cleaning: heat pumps, sponges, disinfectant and cleaning and many other things such as pumps, filters, drains, and so on. For the pool you must certainly have a cover which will overlaps it in case of rain or in winter.
If you want to leave original personal mark in your garden, you must make something unique that will separate your garden then the others. There is no need to spend always big amount of money, you just need to find some clever ideas that will work in your garden. You can add some interesting decorations that fill be spotlight, and will attract attention. The best way to add personal touch and beautiful decor in your garden, is to make unique DIY planters. That way, you will stop the monotony and your garden will be beautiful place for everyday enjoyment. But you should’t spend a lot money on planters, all you need to do is to find some old item and repurpose it into amazing planter. Looking for ideas on how to make your perfect garden in your small backyard? We’ve colected a number of ideas and examples to help get you started. Yard and garden can be decorated in a different way, other than by planting different plants. There are many ways to achieve this. In addition to flowers, grass, shrubs and trees, in the beautiful courtyard should be paid attention to the paths, lighting, seats and small decorations. Colors in your yard can be added by planting several kinds of flowers. Nothing enhances the look of the yard as beautiful and manicured flowers. Every detail in the yard is really decorative.
The chairs were always subject to the designers, and many of them became known exactly with their design. Although some of them are designed decades ago, and now the trend, because the top design and quality have their place in all styles of decoration. When selecting chairs, attention should be paid to the space in which they will be placed. If the room is smaller, select chairs with smaller format and in brighter colors. They will be less conspicuous in the area and the dining room will be perceived as more and more spacious. Large and illuminated spaces are created for selection of chairs with a larger format in dark, bright or intense colors. The comfortable chairs, upholstered in fabric or leather, are a great choice for dining rooms that are connected with the living room, because they except for eating, ideally can serve as a complement to the places to sit. With theirs comfort, will provide comfortable seating of the guests. Check out below some creative chairs designs that will help you to make your choice.
Silver Accents: Cool metal touches give this room a sophisticated air. The scrolling mirror, the legs of the coffee table, even the fireplace andirons are all glossed in chic silver. Writing on the Wall: For truly unique (and sometimes quirky) decor. You can search by theme, type, even lyrics to your favorite Men Without Hats song. Does your living room work double duty as a front entry? Keep the two separated and well defined by lining one wall with a welcoming wallpaper, and keeping the living room furniture appropriated to an area rug. Flower Power: Here’s a bloomin’ brilliant idea: Keep oversized patterns in check by limiting them to well defined spaces (here a bouquet of blue flowers covers an occasional seat and an oversized roman shade). It will keep the powerful pattern from taking over the room. Back to Back: Create a dynamic seating arrangement by placing a set of sofas in the center of the room and with their backs to each other. It’s a bold move that creates two conversation corners.
White on White: You can’t go wrong with an all white space. To prevent it from feeling like a hospital room, introduce different textures. A crocheted throw, a rough hewn linen sofa, and a nubby rug all add depth to a monochromatic look. Reading Nook: Carve out a quiet moment in your living room to entice a little reading time. Drag a cozy chair over to a window or next to a bookshelf and be sure to provide ample light for late night page turning. Updated Prep: Give tradition a twist and try a living room filled with old standby silhouettes a Chesterfield sofa, bamboo side chairs in super saturated colors (ocean blue and lime green). Game Changing: An extra large coffee table with a feminine shape is the modern take on the traditional game table. Invite friends over for game night; the edge on the table will keep board pieces (and drinks) from sliding onto the floor. Touch of Trend: Update your living room as you would your wardrobe with a few new accessories each season. This neutral room is an easy canvas for a few pops of color and pattern an aubergine throw, a zebra pillow, and a metallic side table.
Viewing Area: The eternal question: What to do with the TV? If space allows, try placing your television in a corner so the flow of the room is uninterrupted (but where you can still enjoy Downton Abbey comfortably from the sofa). Bursts of Cheer: Maxi floral prints and super-sized stripes are whimsical touches that give this living room an affable appearance. Warm and Inviting: Nothing says, “curl up and stay awhile” like an extra-deep, sink into me sofa and a plush ottoman to rest your feet. Load on Layers: Stimulate the senses with plenty of textures, including a scratchy jute rug underfoot, a tweedy wallpaper, and a luxurious cashmere throw on the sofa. Polished Pairs: Ah, the power of two: A pair of identical console tables flank the fireplace and two different, but similarly colored, sofas face each other for a pulled together look. Natural Elements: A mix of polished and unfinished wood pieces, and a neutral shade on the wall, can make a room feel chic and not campy. Feeling the Blues: A palette of navy blues makes this room feel instantly inviting and cozy. It’s a durable color for big pieces of furniture, like this plush sectional, since it masks everyday dirt. Small-Space Solution: The trick to turning a small-space into an elegant living area is to use appropriately sized furniture. A sectional sofa might seem too big for a petite area but in fact it’s the perfect size and helps define the space. (Using small furniture in a tight space only exacerbates a compact feeling.)
If you could only choose one room in your home to put your heart and soul into designing, the living room would top the list. It’s that treasured (and often off-limits) space that sets the tone for your entire decorating style. Seeing Red: The secret to taming a fiery red? Balance it with pops of white. A smattering of dove white wall accents with the white fireplace, chair rail, and coffee table keep the bold color in check. Pattern Play: Trellis, ikats, florals oh my! The trick to mixing patterns is to pick a color theme here, reds, browns, and blues and to use big swaths of solid color (the brown sofa, red chairs, and green ottoman) to anchor the space. Light and Airy: You can pack a lot into your living room even a dining set if you keep furnishings from weighing the space down. Lucite dining chairs, an open weave coffee table, and an unobstructed wall of windows keeps this room from feeling cramped.
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