Published at Saturday, August 19th 2017, 09:48:33 AM by Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. Think creatively (and install a good exhaust fan so your art won‘t suffer from the moisture) and break some rules—which is easier to do in smaller spaces anyway—and you‘ll have an interesting and unique restroom instead of the usual boring powder room. Murals are often thought of as "for kids‘rooms only", but this one proves that they can work in other spaces. A simple line drawing over existing tile is incredibly cool.
Published at Tuesday, April 11th 2017, 08:55:58 AM by Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. Apart from offering textural contrast inside the modern bathroom, a live‐ edge vanity top can also be a smart space saver when placed in the corner of a tiny powder room where every inch matters. Since you do not need too much storage or even counter space, a small slab of wood will do the trick, and combined with the right sink and plumbing, you can create a wide range of styles that vary from industrial to rustic. Sconce lighting next to the mirror or a simple pendant light along with the frame of the mirror used in the powder room can define this style and reinforce it with ease.
Published at Wednesday, April 05th 2017, 08:41:42 AM by Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. Pink might not really be a color of choice for most in the modern bathroom, but it surely stands out from the pack and gives the gray bathroom a snazzy, cheerful appeal. Since the color is inevitably associated with all things feminine, you cannot really escape this aspect while using it in the bathroom as well. But those daring enough to try hot pinks and bolder fuchsia will be able to fashion a modern bathroom that is anything but girlish! Look beyond the stereotype and you will easily see how this combination of gray and pink can create a cozy and comforting escape.
Published at Tuesday, April 04th 2017, 10:00:21 AM by Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. In designing a bathroom, whether large or small, there will always be several decisions to be made as far as fixtures are concerned. Believe it or not, there‘s a lot to be said for bathroom accessories, especially a nice towel rack. In order to make the most of your bathroom improvement, it becomes necessary that you pay great attention to its design so that at the end of the day, you will achieve your desire of turning your bathroom from a boring space to one you can boldly let your guests see.
Published at Tuesday, April 04th 2017, 09:44:11 AM by Alair Aubel. Bedrooms. Floored on a newspaper rug, this charcoal-painted brick wall provides a strong background for an industrial palace. A low-lying futon and bevy of chandeliers add finishing touches. Pops of purple and blue rise against this feature wall. Clad in charcoal with lighter brown dripping through, it creates a cosy yet artistic feel amidst simple wooden shelving and wicker cane.
Published at Tuesday, April 04th 2017, 08:44:05 AM by Alair Aubel. Bedrooms. With backdrop like this, a straightforward interior is the only way to go â€“ the furniture is comfortable and stylish without upstaging the beautiful view outdoors. This interior also takes a simple approach, using natural motifs to match the verdant balcony with its hanging planters and potted trees.
Published at Saturday, March 11th 2017, 10:24:16 AM by Alair Aubel. Bedrooms. Monochromes are trending â€“ but this is not the first time. Simple and classic, they add sophistication to any room, offering a suave style that is always in fashion. Meant for relaxation, thereâ€™s no better place for elegance to shine than the bedroom. These forty gorgeous black and white bedrooms show the stretch of the monochromatic theme. Whether white, minimalist and stencilled, or bold, luxurious and striking, all contain contrast and depth at its finest. Feature walls play with headboards, floating beds and patterned covers to produce the ideal zone for pampering and a good nightâ€™s sleep.
Published at Saturday, March 11th 2017, 09:24:11 AM by Alair Aubel. Bedrooms. This room makes use of light wooden slats with an interwoven pattern. This achieved by a lighter pattern, so that the darker wood and pattern stands out. In this room the slats adorn only the top half of the wall, a contrast to the pristine white walls. These particular slats match the base of the bed, and taper down to meet panels made of the same wood. A framed picture complements the entire look.