Published at Saturday, August 19th 2017, 09:48:33 AM by Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. The general perception is that live‐ edge furniture is only in homes with a rustic bent and should only be used in spaces with farmhouse, Mediterranean or other exotic styles. That, of course, is a fad that you will quickly get past once you actually start seeing how amazing live‐ edge pieces can be when used in contemporary and modern interiors. It is no different in the case of the live‐ edge vanity top and the contemporary bathroom clad in sophisticated gray or relaxing white. The neutral backdrop of a modern bathroom allows the vanity top to shine through, even as its rough finish and woodsy charm bring a whole new dimension to the refined setting.
Published at Tuesday, April 11th 2017, 08:55:58 AM by Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. Wallpaper is the perfect way to give your Victorian powder room the backdrop it deserves. There are plenty of options here, with some designs focusing on understated pattern and metallic sheen, while others offer a more playful ambiance with bright colors and extravagant motifs. Either way, choosing the right wallpaper is a great way to start planning for your smart powder room.
Published at Wednesday, April 05th 2017, 08:41:42 AM by Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. Despite its diminutive size, the powder room can make a big impact, especially when you are hosting guests and having friends and family over for holidays. And trying out a style like Victorian in the powder room is a safe decorating choice, as you will not be stuck with a garish living room or over‐ the‐ top bedroom when the trend starts to fade away. Always engaging, elegant and refined, the Victorian powder room is all about glitz, glamour and a celebration of all things wonderful.
Published at Tuesday, April 04th 2017, 10:00:21 AM by Alair Aubel. Bathrooms. This type of checkered pattern offers a lot of dynamic within a monochrome space. The diagonal shapes give the illusion of spaciousness and even the smallest bathrooms seem like they extend further than they actually do. If you are in love with monochrome bathrooms but worry about them becoming too monotone, a diagonal checkered pattern will not let you down.
Published at Tuesday, April 04th 2017, 09:44:11 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.
Published at Tuesday, April 04th 2017, 08:44:05 AM by Alair Aubel. Bedrooms. Wood and concrete again make a fabulous pairing in this handsome bedroom inspired by industrial decor. An oversized pendant and plush leather headboard introduce a hint of luxury to the composition. Concrete changes character depending on its material complements. The smooth texture and lightness of these wood details contribute to a purely contemporary look that strays from the roughness of the previous industrial themes.
Published at Saturday, March 11th 2017, 10:24:16 AM by Alair Aubel. Bedrooms. Make your bedroom a place for play with abstract decals and furniture. A wall of grey exposed brick leads to the rest of the interior, providing a muted and edgy backdrop. Exposed brick doesn’t have to be red. This white and grey bedroom uses textured white brick to line its wall. Concrete floors, bold typography prints, black bedroom pendant lighting and a navy duvet mark out focal points.
Published at Saturday, March 11th 2017, 09:24:11 AM by Alair Aubel. Bedrooms. Victorian panelling backgrounds this bedroom, marked by quirky erotic box art. Brown and beige bedding breaks the monochrome beside a potted plant. Wood works well with monochromes. Wood in a bed frame, side chest and feature art piece helps to ground white bedding and a black and white print. Don’t be afraid of a black feature wall. This space pulls it off, with an abstract art print, boxed white furniture and grey gingham bedding to set the scene.