I love discovering spectacular houses in different corners of the world. Today we go to Gdansk, a city in Poland, where we will go an apartment with Scandinavian style 72 square meters and three bedrooms, a living room and kitchen, a bathroom and a toilet. Her owner is a woman passionate about traveling who had her priorities clear when it comes to the interior design of her home: she wanted it to be modest and without unnecessary luxuries.
You have built equity in your current home, and done your best to increase the value. You have even saved up a nest-egg. It is finally time to sell your existing property and upgrade to a new home. However, it is not just any home, but a customized dream home. It is best to work with an architect to design your dream home.
The concept of mini houses are mostly seen in the United States, where many families choose to live in households of only 30 square meters, in flat form and, above all, in separate dwellings. Surely you’ve seen those TV shows dedicated to the mini houses! If you’re as big a fan as I of this type of tiny homes the Ideas to decorate you find then you will be interested. Also if your apartment is small but want to maximize the space available. Take good note!
You have to see how we like to know houses! Styles, environments, decorative solutions … Today we go to Japan to find a house that is signed by the architectural firm Mma Desing.
Today we know a decorative style known as mid century modern. Its origin dates from between 40 and 60 but still valid today, is characterized mainly by the use of wood for furniture with a timeless, simple lines without being anything too heavy. It also makes use of open spaces and iconic design objects. Today we found some ideas to incorporate this type of decoration in your home. You dare?
To decorate your home in the style mid century modern you can use open spaces and airy, something we now see as quite normal and usual but when this way of decorating homes emerged was a kind of revolution at the time, since in using those years became independent rooms. You can also get unifying outer space with the interior, with the same colors for both zones and using similar furniture, for example.
Inspired by the decoration of the Nordic countries, scandi style is highly topical. We see it everywhere: in magazines, in fashion catalogs … No one can resist to the scandi style.
A decoration that also finds its place during the warm summer months. In fact, it is the ideal place to cool the house with an air of northern bet. You sign up? In this article you will find the keys to the scandi decoration for the summer. Refresh yourself!
Because of its location, the Nordic countries enjoy a few hours of sunlight. Therefore, both the architecture of their homes and decorating their houses are designed to make light and openness in their spaces. To achieve this, the white is a great ally.
When you come to live in a new house awaken in you a lot of feelings. For one, nice to the stage starting side, the premiere of a house, on the other, also of uncertainty to see it empty and not really knowing where to start … To start decorating your new home to a good start we offer several ideas and here are some tips to help you on this very exciting task.
A time for reflection
As of brand new home is usually a long process, including some paperwork and others, takes the time to reflect on how you want to decorate. Surely all that empty space has great potential and has time to get full advantage. Do not get to buy things without sense, without knowing how it will distribute the rooms.
If you have kids and you have a backyard, then you want to make sure your backyard is as kid-friendly as possible. In fact, you want to make sure that they enjoy playing in the backyard for years to come. This space will change over time as your children get older, but you want your kids to enjoy playing outside, so that they don’t spend all of their free time watching TV and playing video games. This means that you’re going to have to forgo some of your priorities for the sake of your family. Here are five ways to make your backyard more fun for kids.
- Expand Your Lawn
Your lawn is practically everything when you have kids. This is where your kids are going to play games, kick a ball around, and learn how to do cartwheels. The bigger you can make this space, the better. If you live in a region that is particularly dry, then you’re going to want to find a drought-resistant variety of grass. This may leave you without much space to grow flowers or vegetables, but you can do more gardening when your kids are all grown up.
- Setup a Net
Once you have the lawn space, it’s easy to setup a net for volleyball or badminton. You can always take it down during the winter months to protect it from the elements, but it will be a lot of fun for your kids to run around and build their gross motor skills out in the fresh air. This will also make your kids want to invite friends over, rather than spend all of their time at other people’s houses.
- Install a Play Structure
If you don’t live near a park, then it can definitely be beneficial to install some kind of play structure in your backyard. Your children will want to have a place outside where they can play and get all of their energy out. They will do this by climbing ladders, swinging on monkey bars, running around for another turn on the slide. If you live in Australia and you’re looking for playground equipment Melbourne has many choices for highly-rated, kid-friendly play structures.
- Build a Playhouse
Some kids like play structures and some kids prefer playhouses. This is a structure that doesn’t need to be too complex. It’s a place where your kids will be allowed to let their imaginations run wild, after all. While one of your kids may use this space for having tea parties, another may use it as a club house, or your kid may want to reenact stories, like the three little pigs, or Hansel and Gretel.
- Get a Dog
You may not have considered this, but having a dog can make playing in the backyard a lot more fun. Your kids can play fetch with the dog and just run around in general. It’s also a great way to help your kids get out a lot of energy without wearing yourself out in the process.