How To Child-Proof Your Home Without Giving Up StyleFull story

Posted in How To, Tips, and Advice | by Simona Ganea, on July 18, 2018

How To Child-Proof Your Home Without Giving Up Style

One has a lot to deal with and prepare for when a baby joins the family and there’s one aspect of this whole process that we think we can help with: home decorating or, more exactly, child-proof decor ideas that will make your home kid-friendly without putting too much of a damper on its style....

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Choose a Cool Paining To Give Your Room a Whole New LookFull story

Posted in Interiors | by Vera Dordick, on July 17, 2018

Choose a Cool Paining To Give Your Room a Whole New Look

A fresh coat of paint may be the quickest way to transform a space, but adding artwork is even easier.  In fact, adding cool paintings to your interior can be a dramatic expression of your personality and style without having to completely repaint a room. The sky is the limit when it comes to choosing artwork...

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Indigo is a Color, Too!Full story

Posted in Interiors | by Brittney Smart, on July 17, 2018

Indigo is a Color, Too!

Indigo is the second to last color of the traditional rainbow ROY G. BIV spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet), but it often gets omitted because people move straight from blue to purple. But this deep, moody color is such a staple for decorating one’s home for a number of reasons. We’ll look...

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The Tilting House That Reacts To Its Inhabitants’ MovementsFull story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on July 17, 2018

The Tilting House That Reacts To Its Inhabitants’ Movements

Two artists, Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder, found a very unique way of expressing the special relationship between art, architecture and landscape. They built a rotating house at the OMI Art Center in upstate New York. The installation is called ReActor, a name that perfectly captures the essence of its design. The artists lived in this structure for...

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Great Kids Designs for Creating a Space of Their OwnFull story

Posted in Kids | by Vera Dordick, on July 16, 2018

Great Kids Designs for Creating a Space of Their Own

Practical yet fun and creative — it’s the kind of design you want for any kid’s room. The final form a kids’ design takes is really up to the personality of the child and the budget you have to invest in decorating. Some styles grow with the child better than others and if cost is a...

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A Private Lagoon Retreat With Splendid Views All Around ItFull story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on July 16, 2018

A Private Lagoon Retreat With Splendid Views All Around It

Situated within the Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate located South-East of Cape Town, this holiday home is the result of the close collaboration between the architects at SAOTA and the ARRCC interior designers. It was built on a gently sloping site at the edge of the water and is surrounded by indigenous vegetation. An eye-catching...

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Entryway Table Decor Ideas For A Good First ImpressionFull story

Posted in Furniture | by Simona Ganea, on July 13, 2018

Entryway Table Decor Ideas For A Good First Impression

First impressions are important and inevitable. The first time we see a person we form an impression which is not easy to change once we get to know that person better and the same thing happens when we enter someone’s home. The entryway is the first thing we see and a welcoming decor can definitely...

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