People love decorating their homes for Christmas holiday, but sometimes they want to move away from the traditional red and green decorations and take the home to the next level of home design.
Using white is a great way to achieve a modern look with your Christmas decorations. Decorate the tree with white balls, stars, tinsel, strings of white beads or crystals. Use white fairy lights to give a sprinkling of light to the look. Hang beads and crystals as shown in the photograph here, direct a halogen light to shine on it and you have created an amazing “sparkle” effect, just like iciles dripping water as they thaw.
The bathroom trends 2013 are moving towards more modern, streamline designs. Creating simple, clean lines are in, making the heavy and chunky moldings of the past look outdated. The modern bathroom design 2013 is pleasing to the eye, yet also both functional and relaxing. There are a few trends that are perfect for changing the mood and feel of your space. The top bathroom design trends for 2013 are:
1. Natural light. People want bathrooms to be brighter and more sun-filled than ever before. From skylights to floor-to-ceiling windows, natural light is a hot trend for bathrooms in 2013. This is ideal for bathrooms that face natural scenery. Bringing in the outdoors to your bathroom helps emphasize that spa-like, personal retreat.
Goggle Desk, the joint work of Danny Venlet and Babini, this type of furniture extends with an impressive size, thicknesses and shiny varnishing characterize his area emphasizing the curvilinear design of the product that combine Italian charm for both functionality and elegance.
The Goggle Desk is a sculptural object that is meant to be inside an office or room. It can stand on its own and impresses viewers. It seems something that fits in both modern and more classic interiors.
Just like Persian and many other rugs, Flokati area rugs also have a story to tell. According to history, they were first used as clothing to protect the outdoor people of ancient Greece namely, warriors, shepherds and travelers from the harsh winter weather. They were later on developed as a home decoration, the perfect floor covering to warm homes during the winter months and to cool in the summer season. These rugs were also used as gifts of women for their prospective husbands. Up to this day, the Flokati has retained it’s impeccable reputation and quality as first-class.
Traditional Greek Flokati are rugs made from 100% wool. Many Flokati rugs are still made in Greece and are made by hand by knotting wool through a stout backing material (sometimes woven wool). And if you are lucky, then you might just find yourself one that has been put through the ancient water ripening technique.