5 Historic Arts and Crafts Homes With a Twist

The Arts and Crafts movement is often recognized as the architectural movement that was contemporary that was global. With each country having distinct names and variations of this style, Arts and Crafts prospered equally in Europe, Britain, the USA and Australia. When Arts and Crafts appeared in Australia in the late 19th century, the country […]

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3 Exotic Flowers From the Southern African Wild

About a decade ago, fresh from school and recently empowered by a summer of gardening work, I put off to get an internship in the famous Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, in Cape Town, South Africa. I might have returned totally broke and overly tanned, but this three-month remain proven to be unforgettable. For this day […]

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Shower Lights Bathe Bathrooms in Brightness

Shower lighting generally gets little attention compared with lighting in the remainder of the house. But don’t make this mistake — even the easiest lighting may add such pleasure and glow to your everyday routine. The ideal light can break or make a toilet, and too often the topic is given no more idea than […]

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Fun With Scrabble Round the House

Pay attention Scrabble nerds, this ideabook is for us (yes, I am one too; while I’m not good enough to create OXYPHENBUTAZONE occur, and I haven’t been thrown off a plane for refusing to stop playing, it’s an obsession of mine). Tons of Scrabble lovers love the Scrabble aesthetic, as well as the graphics have […]

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The Single Crib Style That's Ideal for Any Nursery

After attending approximately 30 weddings in the last couple of years, I am approaching the baby-boom stage of life. And with that come toddlers asks from friends. Regardless of what anybody’s style, age or lifestyle is, I urge Jenny Lind–fashion cribs and beds. Their whimsical spool foliage can quickly work in a conventional, transitional or […]

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Eclectic Home in Spain Lets the Light In

Interior designer Mireia Pla made this eclectic-contemporary apartment in Barcelona, Spain, with no particular style in mind. Instead she focused on evoking a sense of warmth without sacrificing the trendy sensibilities of her customer, a professional woman in the fashion industry. “We wanted a house that was classic, cozy and comfy,” states Pla. Using white […]

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The Way to Paint Brick Like a Pro

Even though the idea of painting a brick wall leaves some people blanch in terror, but there are instances when it is reasonable. So let us assume you’ve done your homework, weighed the advantages and disadvantages, listened to a barrage of opinions and decided to forge ahead. What is next? Follow these tips for repainting […]

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Bifold Door

A entrance door has panels that pleat on hinges. The burden of the doorway hangs from a track over and remains vertical with the support of a track below. Possessing the door fold in the center takes up less space than a traditional door when it’s open. Some bifold doors slide into pockets, so they’re […]

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Hanging Furniture for Swinging Bathrooms

I’ll admit it, I’m a swinger. I love hammocks, porch swings and hanging beds. And I particularly love them indoors. Possessing a hanging seat or a bed inside automatically adds playfulness to the space. In addition, it lightens up a space, appearing to produce more space and a bit more atmosphere. These 14 examples illustrate […]

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