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personality and feel of every home whether it’s contemporary, modern or
traditional, is seriously influenced by its relationship with it’s exterior. Single
family residential projects have an indoor-outdoor connection that is easier to
The key to a successful design project is knowing where
you want to end up before you start out. So, make sure that your interior
design and exterior plans match your tastes and ultimately your personality.
important to remember when
designing your outdoor living space - to blend the look and feel of your home’s
interior into the exterior.
Whether you are buying a
home, renovating, have a small city garden or a balcony; you should consider
enhancing your outside living area. Again, it will allow you to appreciate the
outdoors; the beautiful flowers, greenery or views in a comfortable
decorate your outdoor space with a casual and comfortable feel.
key to creating a good outdoor space -- is making sure the environment allows
for relaxation and enjoyment.
Remember “less is more”.
Refer to my previous posts on doors, lighting, color palette, feng shui, previous
outdoor posts and my many interior design posts, (bathrooms, bedrooms,
kitchens, dining rooms, window treatments, flooring, and so much more).
From your entrance way to
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Have fun and enjoy!
Always remember the view is part of the outdoor plan.
Celebrate the slowness
of life and the power of white – Susanna Cots
When it comes to modern
interior design, white seems to be a constant. Because it’s really a non-color
and it basically can be matched with anything else, this is a common choice,
especially for the minimalist decors. Interior designer Susanna Cots uses white
as her basic color in most of her projects.
Cots, is a Spanish interior designer, who has designed many interiors and
exteriors. Her work really excites and engerizes me.
White as the sum of all the colors
of light is the starting point of her projects.
The warmth of a home is
achieved by combining soft colours and noble materials. Wood has the power to
create an atmosphere both strong and emotional. Original stone is part of the essence of this home below, and strengthens the
bridge between past and present.
White is the main focus with soft brushstrokes of serenity and calm, which always makes guests feel at home and residents feel at peace.
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To celebrate my 100th
post today, I am sharing some of my most recent favorite kitchen finds. Always
remember that the kitchen is the heart of your home! View and enjoy.
It might seem like common
sense, but the best thing you can do before embarking on a kitchen remodel is
step back and decide on your overall style vision. Committing to a clear
aesthetic will help you avoid making mistakes. To maintain this vision throughout
your project, begin with the end goal in mind: what is the feeling you want to
evoke when you enter your kitchen? Write down some words that express your
desired look; like sleek, chic, country, industrial, urban, casual, formal,
farmhouse, or eclectic. Refer to this list whenever you’re making design
decisions or choosing products and materials; this will keep you focused.
Lots more posts on my home design blog. Need to know about lighting,
neutrals, white on white, lofts, attics, flooring, interior/ exterior doors and more, read all 100 posts.
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