Wednesday, May 03rd 2017, 07:00:57 AM Published at Amanda Holguin, A Serene Oasis Home For a Family in Moscow Apartment. The idea of peacefulness with serenity in the center of a town is almost unlikely. Who can find the city quiet? With hectic people with somewhere to go, cities are eminent for being rush hives of pursuit. The problem is, that this isn't always an ideal system to live. Humans aren't machines also sometimes, even the top of us need to take a recess. ONI Architects determined to consider that primary human need as well as make a serene oasis in the center of the buzz also disorder of Moscow. They designed a house that is classic in its modern themes, an indeed peaceful retreat.
Decorating Ideas Amanda Holguin, Thursday, March 02nd 2017, 06:42:27 AM. Look at these pictures that I have here. This is a very unique contemporary home design reckon in the South of France. The designer, N+B Architects was successfully completed this residential project not long ago in last year. The designer has made this residence with such an incredible design. Couple of identical imposing building design facing towards an infinite aquamarine swimming pool and refreshing green yard. Unlike typical contemporary style with massive glass material, the home building doesn’t just installed the glass windows as it is, but rather cover it with wooden panel as well to create different display.
Decorating Ideas Amanda Holguin, Wednesday, March 01st 2017, 03:20:29 AM. The private living room located nearest to the sliding door so it gets the breeziest and warm circulation through the outdoor environment. With a classic green army armchair and double orange cushions, this area rather has a spacious without any obstacle. There is also lower cabinet next to the sliding door which later leads us into exterior space for enjoying afternoon gardening or fresh air or endless views of Barcelona’s skies.
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Monday, February 27th 2017, 09:03:24 AM. Look at these home interior pictures that I have here. Here is Casa Cantagua, a residence located in Zapallar, Valparaiso, Chile. An imposing building design and black painted facade in the middle of forestry environment is quite popular. What do you think about it? The black facade will stands out even more in the middle of lush vegetation during day time and during night time, the glowing interior will shines out through all of the glass windows.
Decorating Ideas Amanda Holguin, Sunday, February 26th 2017, 06:05:49 AM. Living room is connected to pool area easily by opening gliding glass doors. Place white plush sofas as well, and remember to put white drawer with television screen added on top. For rooms, some of them have rotatable doors made from wooden panels. Staircase then is chosen in floating stairs, which have white boards attached to wall. For contemporary home design ideas, hang rounded chandelier on top.
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Saturday, February 25th 2017, 04:30:15 AM. Living room has soft rug in gray accent color, and then comfy recliner is added to make good reading spot. Behind this seating, embed wooden bookshelf to white wall. Do not only out book collections here, but some items of ornament as well to create artistic look. Staircase is chosen in white painted foundation and black wooden stairs. Living room has black sofas placed in facing wooden wall with television screen mounted on it.
Decorating Ideas Amanda Holguin, Friday, February 24th 2017, 06:34:11 AM. Kitchen space has wooden cabinets also drawers, with unique tiles in backsplash area. Island area then is added with white marble stone for countertop area. Hang crystal lampshades here. And for dining space, wooden table is added with chairs in high backseat. Actually, the interior design ideas for living room are also done to bathroom. It consists of wooden drawers and glossy countertop, along with white sinks. Use white ceramic bathtub inside tiles covered surface. Do not forget to put black vase of flowers as well.
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Wednesday, February 22nd 2017, 09:46:15 AM. Three main directions were identified during the research process: “The first was for the new house to be modern, minimal and sustainable: focus on the experience with volume, light, and interactions more than square footage. Second was to emphasize the interaction of the house with the site and hillside: draw from the owner’s rural background and her unconventional, creative interpretations. The third was direction was super-efficiency”.
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