Watercolor Pattern In Interior Design

Watercolor Pattern In Interior Design – Watercolor pattern is a look that is growing significantly in popularity; it’s a trendy motif in interior design 2018 as well… It is popping up everywhere from wallpaper to More »

Adding The Fall Warmth To Your Room

Adding the fall warmth to a room can mark the change in seasons for the entire family, ushering in football, holidays, and cups of cocoa after school. And it can be easy, dramatic, More »

Alfredo Häberli: Flooring Trends 2018

Alfredo Häberli: Flooring Trends 2018 – Working from his studio in Zurich, Switzerland, Argentine-born Alfredo Häberli creates furniture, lighting and home accessories for a large clientele that includes companies such as Alias, Camper, More »

Using Stained Glass Panels As Home Decor

Using Stained Glass Panels As Home Decor – The use of stained style glass as a piece of decoration dates back in the 12th century through the rise of the Gothic cathedral. More »

How To Decorate Using Old Windows?

How To Decorate Using Old Windows? – You might be so tired of old window that you would rather strip the walls of the ancient windows that look like they belong in a history More »

 

Kids Room Design – Green Baby Nursery

Kids Room Design – Green Baby Nursery

In our attempt to revert back to a green lifestyle, it’s only fitting to use green principles when designing a baby’s room. After all, a newborn will spend an average of 17 hours a day in their nursery, and it should be an environment filtered from toxins.

Here are some of the key points to consider when setting up a green baby nursery.

Paint: Use one of the new water-based, low-volatile organic compound paints and take your friends or family up on their request to help. If you’re pregnant, you shouldn’t be doing the painting. Try and complete the paint job at least a month before baby arrives to give it time to cure.

Antique Wood Cook Stoves

Antique Wood Cook Stoves

Antique wood cook stoves can be found in many specialist stove restoration stores both online and offline, and are surprisingly popular even now in the early 21st century. Many stoves originally built in the 1800s or early 1900s are still used today having been fully restored and refurbished. The question is, why use an antique stove?

Firstly, we should explain exactly what an antique wood cook stove actually is. A wood burning cook stove is a traditional cooking appliance which requires no external electricity supply and which rather than using gas, electricity or other fossil fuels can operate purely by burning natural wood. This wood for your wood burning cook stove can be bought from a hardwood supplier or even chopped yourself from your own timber supplies.

Kitchen Design Ideas

Kitchen Design Ideas

Kitchens have evolved a lot over the years. Once found only in the rear of the house, today’s kitchen design ideas takes the kitchen out the background. The challenge for kitchen design ideas is in creating a more open-faced kitchen, that is part of a dining area, a family room or a great room.

In deciding on how to design your kitchen, you must take into consideration such things as: will your kitchen have an island? Will it be of a modern or traditional design? What kinds of appliances will you need for your new kitchen design? What kind of lighting design?

Windows Decorating Tips

Windows Decorating Tips

There are many ways that you can decorate your windows. You have the choice of horizontal blinds, vertical blinds, shutters, or even roller shades, and that is just to name a few. Before you head down the road of confusion about windows decorating, you should begin by asking yourself a few questions.

What kind of space are you working with?

Before you start with windows decorating, do not only focus on the window space but take a look at the whole room. It doesn’t matter if you are doing one room or a whole house. For windows decorating look at the room by itself. Consider the location of the room. North facing windows bring in consistent light but could subject your house to the coldest exposure. For this you would want to consider energy-saving window treatments. They will also help with the heating and cooling bills since 40% of heat escapes through windows. That is something to consider in each room of your house.