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Water fountains are among the most commonly found water features that are in trend.Whether it is commercial, residential, recreational, or a public property, you can find beautiful water fountains that add to the elegant charm that already exists in your home and other structures. Today the magical aspect of water fountains has become a style statement and hence, it has now found its place every where.They are easily found on tables, hangings, gardens and even near office entrance.The right type of water fountain can help create a calm, soothing feeling that will help you to unwind and enjoy time spent with family and friends.
Luxury can mean many things to many different people. It is not about color schemes or specific design ideas, but a unification among disparate, beautiful elements. The apartments featured in this post are not necessarily the million dollar penthouses of Manhattan or the mansions of its Greenwich neighbor. Instead, these apartments take simplicity and elevate it to luxury with the use of soothing colors, sumptuous materials, and carefully planned design.
Wood, plaster, tile, wallpaper, brick. There are so many different ways to cover the walls of a home - some of which are actually the complete absence of covering. While ancient castles hung elaborate tapestries to cover the cold, barren stone of their walls, today many modern designers celebrate the aesthetic of bare concrete. What once indicated a desolate warehouse or unforgiving artist's loft can now be used in conjunction with sleek, modern, stylish choices for a finished look that is anything but dank.
Make this Valentine’s day special with Pretty pink and sparkly Mason jars flower gift. To make this you need to paint the outside of the jars with two coats of pink paint. Mix several shades of pink with white to create a range of hues. For a touch of glam, mask the top of the jar with painter’s tape and cover the bottom with glitter spray paint.
Submitted By: Ajesh Joy on January 15, 2015
Beautiful compilation of Japanese Interior Design Ideas for Home Interiors
To create a green gingham ceiling in a Purchase, New York, house, designer Gideon Mendelson first had the pattern painted on canvas by Silvère Boureaum. "It gives a classic white kitchen personality, and it brings extremely high ceilings down to a more comfortable place," Mendelson says.
To make the Tony Duquette chandelier feel more at home, Ruthie Sommers had decorative painter Peter Bolton create an elaborate tree design in gold leaf on the dining room ceiling. Jacaranda and plum trees inspired the vibrant pink Penny Morrison fabric on the front of the chairs and the Claremont floral on the back. Rug from Melrose Carpet.