Have you already think about your kids room trends for this year? Here we would like to show you a selection of some details and ideas that will make a difference for you, and certainly for your kid. Take a look!
The Scandinavian style will be a great choice for your kids bedroom. Choose white colors and furniture tones and enjoy the happiness in your kid space.
Hello my beloved ones!
Today I bring you nice suggestions for your home decor, as always. Maybe you’re a bit disappointed with your house, because it is boring and lifeless (just saying). But it is a problem that will end today… Wanna bet? We have the best suggestions to transforme your corner into a cozy but crazy and happy modern house. You can and YOU SHOULD spice your house a little more, because it is the place that welcomes you when you’re tired at the end of the day.
Stairs doesn’t have to be only to go up and down. They can be good for some storage. Transforme your stairs into a bookcase or into a closet to keep your shoes.
And what about doors? You can use it to play ping-pong. 🙂 (I knoooowww, crazy right?)
Having a swinging dining set, a sand pit office desk (my dream) or to sleep with the fishes is old school kind of stuff don’t you get it?
Tree houses are cool. But having an inside tree house at your kids room will be even cooler.
To terrify your guests, be inspired by this crazy bathroom. I am speachless. And you?
Hope you liked our home design ideas. Who’s your friend? 🙂
Hi everyone. Today, at “Home Design Ideas” I will write about 3D printing and children’s drawings? The relation? What if you could transform your children’s drawings into decor objects? Good and cute idea!
With 3D printing you can do just that. You can create personalized decor accessories that will be a fantastic addition to your home, especially in your kid’s rooms.
I found an article on this blog “The Opsis” and i just fell in love with the idea of turning my children’s cute drawings into beautiful sculptures that can give a unique decor touch into my house.
Find the whole story HERE.
I will give you the link to “The Opsis” blog where the whole process is explained and share with you the fantastic result of transforming children’s drawing into decor objects through printing.
As you can see, turning your children’s drawings into decor objects is really a great idea. With 3D printing you can create personalized decor accessories that won’t be found anywhere else in the world. It’s really an astonishing thing, especially for your kid’s room.
I hope you have enjoyed this article!. Find the whole story HERE.
“Home Design Ideas” will continue to give you fantastic home design ideas. We like,as much as you, to read all about the best ideas for the home, the latest decor trends, the best interior design projects and so on.
Source: The Opsis
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Sadly for the most of us, we don’t live in an enormous castle – we have a small space in which we have to fit everything in the world. If you live in an apartment or just in a small (but cozy) house, this article is for you.
Home Design Ideas found some tips that you can use to turn your small space into a functional, fresher and more beautiful room.
Let’s start with the beginning, of course.
1 – Look at your room – The first step is to realize what’s wrong in it. If you can’t see the floor or even a little bit of the wall… it’s time to get rid of all that “junk”. Try to move some furniture from one room to another. If your house is too cluttered, well… It’s time to sell some things.
Whether it’s in the kitchen, living room or bedroom, decide which objects you want to keep. If you start clearing everything that you don’t use or just don’t like anymore, you’ll end up with a more open and fresher place.
2 – Maximize space – If you’re buying new furniture, do all the measuring before you go shopping. Planning is vital. Avoid getting curved furniture as it usually takes up more space and diminishes your walking area.
One thing that you should do is to buy multi purposed furniture. Getting an armoire that can store your clothes and handle a TV set is the perfect thing. And why not use a desk as a dining table?
A piece of furniture that has more functions will make your room feel more spacious.
Remember: sometimes less is more.
3- Use light yet vibrant colors – A room with a dark tone will look heavier and fuller. Your ceiling and walls must be painted in softer tones. Leave the dark for the accessories. A nice contrast will give your place a more vibrant mood. A kid’s room is perfect to play with colors.
4- Storage is key. You have a lot of things but you don’t have the space? Well.. think outside the box. Some places in our houses can be used to keep things. If you have some empty room beneath the stairs, why not remodeled it to have some shelves?
Under the bed isn’t a space just for monsters, as your kids might think. Use it to keep some objects that you don’t use quite often.
You can even buy some decorative baskets that can be used to style your home and as storage.
5 – The bedroom – The most important thing in a bedroom is… yes, you guessed it… the bed. Scale your room by the size of it. Having a huge bed might feel comfortable when you’re sleeping, but not having much walking space is absolutely dreadful. Believe me.
If you downsize the bed and scale the objects to its size, you’ll end up with a cozier bedroom.
Having a small house isn’t so bad when you decorate it in the right way. It’s vital to decide what you want to do with a certain room. Then just have fun styling it. If you have these tips in mind you’ll have a fresher, vibrant, open and super cozy room.
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Imaginative top architects Sara and Jeremy Imhoff bought a 1918 bungalow in Seattle.They decided to make it their own project and more important, their new home.
Sara and Jeremy had a nice idea: conciliate the traditional features of the bungalow with a modern, trendy, stylish approach.
It wasn’t as easy as you might think. Sara and Jeremy had to manage their day jobs, their licensure exams and the growing family.
During the 6 years that took to finish the construction, the couple and their kids had to live in the bungalow,
Keeping some attributes from the “old” house was the main guide of the remodeling. They retained most of the walls but added a little bit of style to them.
In the kitchen, Sara and Jeremy opened the space by vaulting the ceiling. That created a more bright and joyful place.
The couple design cabinets that could adapt perfectly to the proportions and some strange angles of the bungalow. They also transformed the breakfast room in their small but cozy working area-
A wall, between the kitchen and the dinning area had to come down. The architects decided that by doing it they would create a more congestion free walking area.
The space from the kitchen to the living area was left intact. The only change was the color.They painted it white. To make the room look sleeker they also styled the cabinet in the same tone.
The result was good and gave the room a minimalist yet modern style.
As the family got bigger, the couple had to turn the upper floor into a more kid’s friendly area but they didn´t make the error of decorate it in a exuberant manner. They kept it very simple so that it will the easier to style when their kids have grown up.
The Imhoff’s found a way to make some cash out of their space. The lower level of the bungalow was turned into a rental studio.
As you know the outside of the house is as important as the interior. The Imhoff’s decided that wanted a unique and fun decoration..
One of the most fascinating and a little bit odd creations is their front door.What would you think of a door with 3 peepholes? Strange, right? Well, Sara and Jeremy took it to another level. Their door has….wait for it…24 peepholes. I’m not mistaken. Just check the image below.
They don’t have the biggest front yard in the world, but they still made it look good. Some chairs, a large sidewalk and a steel fence for privacy and it´s done. Cool, simple, modern and cozy.
Remodeling an old house is hard work, but if you do it right you’ll have a unique, stylish, comfortable home. Even if you’re not an architect.
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