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Condo Fit Living and Furnishing

Posted on July 24th, 2017

Gleaning condominium design inspirations and ideas is mostly fun, especially now with lots of magazine sites on the Internet. As you take note of the designs that catch your attention, how do you think you could make them happen? Now this is the time when you start feeling overwhelmed. The chief idea in designing your [ read more… ]


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Interior Design – Art or Science?

Posted on July 24th, 2017

Interior design, when spoken of as a profession, is relatively new yet it’s constantly evolving. To be involved in this industry, one needs education, ample experience and in some states, it is even necessary to take a licensure exam. The function as well as the quality of interiors, after all, depend on interior design. On [ read more… ]


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Interior Design Contrasts: Using Juxtaposition to Your Advantage

Posted on July 21st, 2017

There are many principles to talk about when discussing interior design. But when organizing and designing, it is a wonderful tool that you can use effectively. But, first, let’s define color contrast. If you are to define contrast in interior design, this is the difference between two hues – that is all there is to [ read more… ]


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Home with High Ceilings – Size Up or Size Down?

Posted on July 20th, 2017

Most homeowners talk about issues on design which arise from their concern on limited space. A room with low ceiling is bad enough but what if the problem is turned the other way around? What if the ceiling is so high up that you now have a problem of plenty? Working with tall, spacious rooms [ read more… ]


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Bare Essentials: Minimalism as a Lifestyle

Posted on July 19th, 2017

Living a minimalist lifestyle is definitely not for everyone. In a busy world such as ours, a lot of people feel that need to have less as they become more and more busy. But where should you begin when you are serious about living a minimalist life? A Beginner’s Path You probably heard of those [ read more… ]


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Recognizing the Boho-Ethnic Look

Posted on July 18th, 2017

During the first few years of the new millennium, more specifically during the 1990s, it was observed that ethnic style took center stage. This style got its influence from fashion designers, the likes of Dries van Noten, Kenzo, Christian Lacroix, Vivienne Tam, to name a few. These designers, in turn, were inspired by a variety [ read more… ]


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Glitz and Glamour: How to Make the Luster of Gold Work for You

Posted on July 17th, 2017

Liking the color of gold means you have a charming personality, at least this is what color psychology has to say about this glamorous hue. It also means that you are friendly, outgoing, and pretty discriminating. If you’re thinking of using gold in your home, then be ready to glamorize. Using gold in interior design [ read more… ]


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East Meets West: Asian Designs in an American Home

Posted on July 14th, 2017

Oriental design or more often called Asian interior design showcases many different cultures – from Japanese, to Vietnam, Chinese to Thai, Korean and Indian. All these interesting Eastern societies are colorful, bold and bright, each with its own distinct look. The most distinct, though, are Chinese and Japanese. Following Feng Shui Feng Shui is being [ read more… ]


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Interior Design for All Seasons: Guidelines in Achieving the Timeless Look

Posted on July 14th, 2017

What do you think makes a timeless interior design? Have you ever seen a photograph from a different era and you realize that the furnishings there are no different from the ones that you see in your living room today? And then you end up wondering, how could you replicate this look so that your [ read more… ]


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Making Small Nurseries Work

Posted on July 13th, 2017

The nursery is your baby’s first room so you have to make it look and feel special. Adding something personal such as colorful framed photographs and artworks will also make the room more unique. Babies need something to stimulate their learning minds, hence, put something that they can look at and appreciate. Decorating the nursery [ read more… ]


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