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This contemporary wave acrylic sideboard makes a luxurious statement in any dining room. It is designed with luxurious acrylic legs and gold finish. Crafted with wood, its artistic wave design, this will be a unique design to any bedroom setting.
Whether you’re renovating a single room or considering a larger-scale layout transformation, it’s important to focus on the spaces that you (and future homebuyers) spend the most time in. Updating the spaces you see and touch daily, such as kitchens and bathrooms as spaces that you interact with every day will not only increase the quality of the experience, but they are at the top of the list for the return on the investment. Today we are going to share about 5 home improvements that are proved to worth the time and effort.
Update an old-fashioned bathroom.
Updating an outdated bath is probably an easy yet high-impact renovation that will make your home more appealing. As we know, bathrooms add value because they’re the first room you go to in the morning, and the last room you go to at night. If the budged is limited, you can just focus on the areas that are subject to the most wear-and-tear such as floor tile and fixtures you love.
We modernized this traditional dining room with steel gray, photograph art and a large white sculptural vase. The brass vase with roses add a touch of glam to the space. Two steel buffet lamps bring in subtle formality.
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A high-resolution digital mood board which includes all of the materials we use for the design; Detailed specification of each item in the design; Order sources for each item; Offer 3 more similar furniture and furnishing style options to meet your budget and aesthetic at your request. Email and Zoom support.
Dining Room Mood Board Package
A high-resolution digital mood board which includes all of the materials we use for the design.
Detailed specification of each item in the design.
Order sources for each item.
3 more alternative options for the items we use in the original design to meet your budget and aesthetic.
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Spring is about a new beginning . Just think about how we feel when we see the spring blooms in nature after a long cold winter. We feel exciting, happy and cheerful! So, it is the time to bring in that excitment to our home to boost our mood and enhance our life style, specially after we have been experiencing such a long long pandemic and home is truely our ultimate sanctuary. Today we are going to reveal how we refresh a rather all-neutral family room.
Although this is a luxury tone-on-tone family room featuring silk drapes, high-end velvet custom extra long sofa and a wool area rug, we feel the room needs some love and excitement. What we did is to add geometric and floral pillows to give this all brownish space a zest. Green on the pillows echoes the greenery in the garden outside and bring in a piece of nature indoor. This family room has a traditional vibe. The custom sofa has a classical camel back. So, the geometric pattern on the pillows modernizes the space. The black-and-whte sculptures on the coffee table further emphasize the modernity of the space. We paired the geometric pillows with the floral pillows. That way, our eye will not feel tired. Plus, who wouldn’t want to have a piece of spring garden indoor? The pink bowl on the coffee table has an organic form and picks up the pink color on the floral pillow . Pink also gives this all-neutral space a soft pop of color.
As for the coffee table, we chose this modern classical honey wood table with the elegant light champagne metal tapered legs. We love the two-tier table configuration. It is not only functionl but also add a visual interest to the room. It elevates family room with a touch of glam. We love the craftsmanshipand the details on this coffee table.
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We have developed an appetite for tone-on-tone neutral palettes in the past year. We firmly believe that all these neutrals help create a soothing and relaxing home—the ultimate sanctuary for most of us under the current situation. We find out that if we do it right, the tone-on-tone color scheme will make home interiors high style and timeless. The challenge is often on how to create a monochromatic home that has a depth, dimensions and warmth. We came across this urban Chicago home and fell in love with its aesthetic. Yes, it has varied shades of grays and subtle pops of jewel tones— a perfect case study for a monochromatic home that is fresh, clean, modern yet elegant and sophiticated.
The entry is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Cape May Cobblestone which sets the tone of a crisp, monochromatic palette for the rest of the home. The gray leather on the seats add textures while the dark brown wood flooring evokes a warm feeling. The brass details on the console lamp and the mirror above elevate the entry with a touch of glam. And of course, the loose floral arrangement enlivens the space. You can click here for more ideas on entry design.
When we came across this airy SoHo loft on internet today, it is such an eye-opening experience for us. Yes, the magical just happens when the modern Italian design flirts with tradition. Let’s take a look together.
In the foyer, the vintage Billy Baldwin X-bench holding a vintage Gucci bowl sets a whimsical tone for the overall design theme. The floral arrangements in Dior vintage vases are casual,loose yet beautiful. The boar’s skull sculpture and the mirror add character to the foyer. The take-away design lesson in this foyer is to always hunt the things you love and treasure and create special vignettes by layering them up.
We came across this pristine LA home owned by celebrity hairstylist , Jen Atkin ,and her photographer spouse ,Mike Rosenthal. The house is crisp and pristine thanks to all-white furniture yet has a warm minimalism vibe.
The area between the patio door and the window is a wonderful place to create an inviting vignette with a plush daybed and mini tables for drinks and books. The creamy warm whites in this room help create a quiet and soothing atmosphere. The mixing and matching of the contemporary and vintage pieces is fun and playful.