Your bedroom is your space. It’s the place where you relax and let the day’s stressful events roll away. If you don’t feel like you can do that in your current bedroom – if the décor or the lack of space or the lighting and clutter don’t allow you to, then read on. Continue Reading →
There are countless things you can do to your home to add some extra intrigue and style. You don’t have to completely get rid of the shag carpeting, but there are things you can do to accentuate some of the finer qualities of your home. Décor is as important to a house as a car wash is to a sports car. If you decorate your home with outdated furniture and accessories, you are doing basically putting a Kia engine in your Porsche.
Paint the Walls in Cubes
This isn’t something that can done by simply using your eye. You need to measure out each cube in predetermined sizes. The best size – dependent on the size of your wall – is doing cubes two feet tall by two feet wide. You can use painters tape and purchase four or five different pastel colors to paint the walls. This will give the room a great look without needing to paint every inch of the room. Of course, it may be as much work as painting all four walls, but when you pull the tape off and see the finished product, you will see an excellent pattern. Continue Reading →
Seattle-based graypants have introduced ‘TILT‘, a floor and desk series of their lamps featuring shades made from cardboard.
Locally crafted and built to last, each features a hand-blackened sturdy steel frame, porcelain lamp holder, textile wrapped cord, bottom felt pad, and durable rocker switch. Continue Reading →
The beautifully shaped ‘Amalia’ chair designed by Studio Eggpicnic is handmade from traditional wicker. Continue Reading →
Described by the Guardian as “the most important house built in Britain for years”, The Lawns in Highgate Village certainly is one of the most unique and stunning London properties offered by Savills. Completed to a design by Eldridge Smerin, one of Britain’s top architectural practices, The Lawns is built around the core of a detached 1950s house, which was itself built on Victorian foundations – resulting in a fascinatingly multi-layered home that spans the ages. Continue Reading →