DESIGN TRENDS

Wicker Sunroom Furniture

Wicker Sunroom Furniture

Wicker sunroom furniture can help to enhance the beauty and relaxation of your sunroom. There are many different pieces that you can choose from to create the feel that you want.

Sunroom has been the ideal setting for wicker furniture for many years, due to its durability and wide range of colors available. Wicker sunroom furniture helps to add to that feeling of openness and airiness that a sunroom has and it can make your room feel more tropical and beachy. You can imagine that you are in a tropical location when you are relaxing in your wicker sunroom furniture.

Eco-Friendly Dining Room Design

Eco-Friendly Dining Room Design

Eco-Friendly Dining Room Design – These days many of us already follow the recycle, reuse and reduce policy in our homes and whilst out and about, with special recycle bins available on our doorsteps and in most towns and cities.

With a growing green product trend, many choices for eco-friendly dining room design have emerged. Sustainable woods, heirloom pieces and salvaged woods are some of the best choices for creating a green piece that fits a homes decor. Work with a furniture designer or shop at eco-friendly retailers to ensure the table is made from green products.

Balcony Design With Optimal Use Of Space

Balcony Design With Optimal Use Of Space

Balcony Design With Optimal Use Of Space – With the addition of a new balcony, you can have a functional outdoor space for entertaining, relaxation or even work. These home additions can be as versatile and flexible as you need them to be. Best of all, they add character and tremendous value to the properties on which they are installed.

There are a number of ways to use these spaces as part of your home office. Coming outside with your laptop to enjoy the view can refresh your mind, boost your creativity and increase your productivity.

Coastal Inspired Bedroom Ideas

Coastal Inspired Bedroom Ideas

Coastal Inspired Bedroom Ideas – The coastal areas are rich and varied, with colors like blue, green, creme, grey and even yellow and orange, as well as textures like sand, sea grass, reeds and driftwood. There is such a wide variety of elements, colors and textures available to re-imagine and infuse into the home and try to use the power of suggestion when designing a coastal home, rather than a literal or ‘kitschy’ interpretation.

Coastal inspired spaces are light and airy and evoke an effortless, care-free feeling whether casual or formal, so we want to keep the eye moving in the space by allowing it to travel freely around the room.