All the walls are sunny yellow, the shelving unit is bold blue, and there are some cream-colored cupboards. The china collection on the shelves becomes a part of decor, and there's a rustic vintage dining table of wood. The kitchen countertop is clad with white marble, and the lamps are vintage brass ones. There's a vintage black hearth and a white tile backsplash around it with some shelves. The space is made cozier with a wooden dresser, curtains and a vintage upholstered chair with carved legs.
In a home with less space, creative storage is a must. This breakfast nook has carefully designed seating that slips underneath a fold out table when not in use. A lack of space does not have to mean sacrificing something so lovely as a breakfast nook if you know how to get creative.The spacious nook in this bright and stylish home uses colorful accents, industrial style lighting, and cute details like a chalkboard wall for a truly personal feel. In an open concept design it can be difficult to find places to escape. This breakfast nook not only has a bit of whimsy with its “EAT” table but also allows a moment of retreat with its cozy recessed bench area.
First built as a functional furniture item, the canopy bed became the canvas for inspiring carvings and design interpretations in different upscale residences. From four poster beds with curtains that kept warmth in and noise out to ornate canopy beds of the wealthy, this fairly simple bed design has seen a revival in contemporary interior design. Furthermore, the canopy bed is certainly no longer a luxury item for the wealthy, you can actually find some stylish and affordable canopy beds here on walmart.com (we were surprised with quality of their selection!).
Strong red accents steal the spotlight in this modern setup, contrasted beautifully by the rich blue window chair. The colors are unexpected against the swathe of beige and white units in this space–and the best part is that these color pops can be changed out, without the expense of ripping out cabinetry and shelving, if you should become tired of your color choices.
The bathroom shouldn't be forgotten when creating a beautiful home. The right mix of textures and materials can make the bathroom a relaxing getaway. Keeping the design concept throughout your home in mind, extend your style into the bathroom with these design ideas. Minimal and timeless styles are in the mix with a few glam designs. Small spaces are made to seem larger with the right color and style combination. While making that beautiful look, don't forget the storage and functionality. These rooms managed to get it all right.
Grey and green are a very natural combo, they are suitable for almost any décor style, from moody dark or art deco to light Scandinavian or mid-century modern. Vary the shades and complement neutral tones with vivacious green pops.
There's a teepee in the corner, which is a favorite space for the kids to play, and a cool glass cabinet filled with colorful toys. The dining zone features a large shelving unit and a dining table with chairs.
It's easy to fall in love with this bathroom. This round tub features a slightly curled rim and a defined bottom edge. The smallest details make all the difference in a space characterized by its simplicity. Perfect symmetry, illuminated by a whimsical hanging light arrangement that drenches the occupant with a soft glow. The smooth satin finish makes this black freestanding bathtub a delight to behold. The slightly recessed tile underneath is an especially inspiring touch.
Classic: Traditional and elegant, reserved and tasteful, but never dull. You're all about great food, made with love, using the tried-and-tested approach. Classic kitchens are like classic cars: they never go out of style. Unlike a classic car, however, the quirks of random mechanical breakdowns don't need to be shrugged off as "part of the experience." A kitchen has to work all the time, every time.So, today's classic kitchen design is a marriage of wood panelling, heritage colors and reliable modern appliances, which work in perfect harmony with your methodical kitchen style. You're efficient and tidy as you go — not a messy cook. An Aga in a classic color rounds off your baker's paradise: the icing on the cake, if you will. Yours is a kitchen that Mary Berry herself would be proud to bake her best in.
The beautiful dandelion example below, to me, speaks something about me and my life. It is more than a nice looking picture; and this is what to aim for within this trend, which will be a popular one for 2014.