Every home is unique. But one thing that most have in common is that bedrooms are designed in a rectangular shape. This layout allows you to be creative in the way you arrange your bedroom furniture. Of course, the main part of this will be your bed. It can be tough for some people to come up with a lot of different arrangements on their own. Don’t worry! Here are some tips to help with your bedroom layout ideas for rectangular rooms.Continue reading “Bedroom Layout Ideas For Rectangular Rooms”
If you are looking to design an interior space that can be used for several purposes, including for sleeping, a pull-down bed, or “Murphy Bed” is a fantastic idea. In the past, Murphy Beds were associated with very small spaces such as in tiny apartments, and certainly a temporary sleeping situation. Over time however, the quality, design, and style of these fold up beds has been modernized and refined. They are now not only practical, but also hold their own in apartments and homes of all sizes and designs. They work well and look good anywhere.Continue reading “Interior Design With A Murphy Bed”
Interior design is a ever changing thing. Constantly evolving, the interiors of homes and offices continue to look different with each passing fad and style. Websites such as Houzz and Pinterest have made it easy for people to see all of the new trends and try them out in their home. They also make it easy for people to create their dream home virtually, saving ideas to use on their houses at a later date. But there are some styles of interior design that have seem to stick. Depending on what your personal style and preferences are, you probably have one of these four main styles in your personal space right now.
When it comes to interior design, few things are as important as the windows in our home. It’s not just about allowing us to see outside and letting the sunlight in. The placement of our windows has a major effect on how we organize the furniture in our rooms. While most people only understand this implicitly, almost all of use place our furniture based on where the windows are located. They serve as the ultimate focal point by which everything is arranged. Continue reading “Window Coverings for All Designs, Layouts, and Purposes”
Of the various forms of present day interior design, industrial is one of the more “love it or hate it” aesthetics. Our ancestors, being used to interior design involving curvey woods with rich stains, gaudy decor, and lavish rugs, would likely find the industrial aesthetic to be, well, not an aesthetic at all.
The term “minimalism” has been on the rise in recent years, not only in the realm of interior design, but in relation to many other aspects of life.
You may have heard it used in reference to a certain lifestyle – throwing out any unnecessary possessions (and sometimes habits) and just living on the bare essentials in order to achieve a sense of Zen.