Basements are areas that are hardly paying attention to, and actually are offering an additional living space for many purposes and activities. Inside you can take a wide range of fun and useful content, media room and extra living room, through the wine cellar, gym and office, to the game room and guest rooms. If you are lucky enough and live in a house or building with a basement, you have a new life opportunities. After remodeling your basement, you will get a whole new room that can have many different purposes. For example, it can become a home cinema and entertainment room, living room, wine cellar, gym, home office, game room or guest room. If you work from home, you can transform your basement into beautiful home office. That way, you will have peaceful and productive place for work. A Mediterranean home office can, depending on your job description, boost your performance and creativity a lot because you would be working in an environment that will be pleasing to your eye as well as an environment that will be quiet and relaxing thanks to the elegant interior design as well as the cracking sounds coming from the fireplace.
If humbly seek for bright and calming interior, the inspiration you will find into turquoise color. This unusual color is favorite for many people, and can be seen in different shades, from light blue to blue to green tones and thus opens the possibility for widespread use in many combinations. Bright turquoise and aquamarine hue is great for emphasizing femininity and calm atmosphere, while dark tones will give refinement to every space space. This color is known for its calming effect and fits in combination with other colors. Turquoise color, combined with yellow, gives the dual effect of calm and improves mood and for more freshness use it in combination with green. If you want a modern and vibrant atmosphere you should combine it with orange and bright pink while you get femininity and tenderness. Want precious luxury interior in your home? You should add precious expensive details, and the work is done. Unfortunately, since we can not afford expensive items, there are a few tricks to emphasize the impression of luxury. To get started, use the black color – profusely! High black lamps are hit and black furniture also increases your desired impression. Mirrors and glass are required. They can expand the space and give a sense of spaciousness. Simplicity is imperative! The clean lines and a logical layout of well dimensioned furniture, will make the space attractive. Carefully selected lighting and furniture will create the impression of opulence.
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.)
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.
Dining room is certainly a place worthy of your attention, so make sure to be felt homey spirit. It should have positive energy and lot of daylight, so let your dining room be, if possible, better illuminated. In the dining room, except we consume food, we also relax and socialize. In recent decades it has become a part of the kitchen. Historically, the dining room is furnished with a dining table and chairs, and the warmth of our homes is most often felt in the decoration of the dining room, for which you did not need a lot of money. If you live in some panoramic place, you need to use the most of the location. It is sure that from your home you will have wonderful views, so you need to invest in big windows that will enable to see the beauty of the surrounding. That applies to the dining room also. Set some big windows and make your dining room romantic place for enjoyment with your family and friends!
Let The Waterworks Begin. There’s something particularly attractive about water. Sometimes, we feel the need to get closer to it wherever we see it, especially if it’s good–looking. The truth be told, water has been used throughout history as a way to channel out bad energy and as a medium for relaxation. A fountain or a pond are not very expensive. Creating a space that creates a seamless synergy between a fountain, canal or pond, with your the original design of your house is not that hard to do. Make an oasis out of your backyard with these little tips. Kick back and relax while you allow yourself to enjoy the perfect combination of sun, nature and comfort. Enjoy time on your own and with your loved ones in a space perfectly fit for all. If you have a house with even a little bit of outdoor space available, then you need to realize that it is important to keep it nice and tidy as well as designed in a style that will match the exterior of the house. This way, you can get an entire room decorated by the nature and refreshed by the summer breeze which you can enjoy with your friends and family.
Lighting in the kitchen of one of the most important elements of the interior – has to be perfectly functional and quality to be able to work safely and operate the machines, but also imaginatively and creatively arranged to provide a more comfortable environment. For pleasant lighting in the kitchen are the same rules as for other rooms – light must be varied and to comes from different sources. Most designers are using the lighting in the kitchen from three categories: central, functional and light that evokes the atmosphere. For all of them it is possible to install silencers. Functional lighting means bright light directly above the work surface, sink and electrical appliance. In some kitchens to the underside of the upper elements can be found red lights, while in the other in the cupboards can be built halogen lamps. There are cabinets with lamps that are placed above the desk. In addition you can see some inspirational ideas of track kitchen lighting. While browsing our previous collections of the traditional interior design style showcase, you might have noticed that we haven’t yet covered the traditional home bar. Well, we are going to fix that now and add it to our long list of collections featuring the traditional kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room, dining room, home office and kids’ room. What is amazing about the traditional home bar design is the amount of detail put into it and the attention to the smallest of things that can improve it’s capacity as well as make it more practical to use.
Sink and Fixtures: The sink is perhaps the most flexible and creative decision you have to make for your bathroom vanity. Bathroom sinks – unlike largely utilitarian kitchen sinks – are major design elements, and they come in all different styles and scopes to suit your tastes. Pedestal. Best for guest baths where storage isn’t a necessity, pedestals are sleek and simple. Wall–mount. Like pedestals, what wall–mounted sinks lack in storage they make up in chic simplicity. Under–counter. Allowing for plenty of counter space, under–counter sinks lack rims and look especially clean. Vessel. Dramatic focal points in the bathroom, vessel sinks sit on top of counters. Drop–ins. The most common style of bathroom sink, drop–ins are highly functional and easy to install. Once you choose a sink, you can dress it up with faucets that match its design. Like sinks themselves, bathroom bling comes in all shapes and sizes, but it is drastically easier to change fixtures if you decide you want a change. Thus, you should feel comfortable experimenting with different styles as your vanity tastes change.
As you probably know, we have been working on creating a new showcase of the contemporary design style. So far, we can say that we have the interior pretty much covered with just a couple of parts missing which will be created within the next couple of days. If you have missed the recent collections, you should check them out because we have covered designs from the contemporary kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room, dining room and kids’ room as well as today’s brand new collections of fresh contemporary home office interior designs. The next part of our showcase of the traditional design style is here and it is bringing you a pretty big collection of traditional home office designs. The reason we went with home offices this time is because it is more than certain that some jobs are going to end up done faster and better if you are working from home. Of course this can’t apply for a lot of job types, but some office jobs can be done from home, and if you have tried it, you’ll know that you are actually more productive that way. The design of the traditional home office is nothing different than all the other traditional interior designs that we have shown to you in our most recent collections featuring the traditional kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living room and dining room.
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.
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.
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