If you wondered why the mid-century modern style lasted for so many decades… well, the answer is really simple. It’s all about functionality, clean lines, organic curves and the use of new contrasting materials. All these characteristic are still loved today and this cool trend shows no sign of going away and it also works great for small spaces.
Toys, books, clothes, crafting materials, school projects… it might seem chaotic, but the children’s bedroom must satisfy a multitude of tasks and functions: sleeping, studying, playing and relaxing. So, you have to think of it as a multi-functional space. Don’t worry! Hope is not lost. Here are few easy and inexpensive ways to keep everything organized.
Did you know that the space under the stairs is often the most overlooked space in a house? And don’t think about Harry Potter’s room 🙂 Many people don’t even realize the great potential this small space has. We could all use a little more storage space, right? But that’s not the only smart solution for this valuable space. So, here are a few ingenious ways to use it.
Did you know that the overall design of your bedroom can help you get a better night’s sleep? Just think about the last time you traveled and slept in a hotel room or in a friends house. It’s clear that our surroundings have a big impact on how we sleep and rest.
We all know that small crowded bathroom in the house, whether it’s the powder room or the guest bath. There’s no need to start knocking down the walls, because there are a few tricks that will make this small bathroom shine. Go ahead and try these tips to make your bathroom look bigger.
This year, the farmhouse style is more popular than ever. We all love it because it’s warm, cozy, classy but also laid-back and full of charm. The farmhouse style is all about embracing traditional elements in contemporary spaces. Here’s how to create the perfect farmhouse style using only IKEA furniture and decor.
First impression is always important and the hallway is often the first room of any house. It’s the first contact a visitor has with your home. Here’s part two of typical mistakes to avoid when remodeling the hallway.
First impression is always important and the hallway is often the first room of any house. It’s the first contact a visitor has with your home. Don’t make the common mistake of overlooking this often, small, space. When starting to remodel avoid these typical mistakes and do it the right from the beginning.
Feel the need for a design change but don’t have the necessary time or budget for a complete remodel? You don’t have to buy a new sofa straight away, sometimes it’s all about the little things that have a big impact on our comfort. These tips will change your whole ambience immediately, with little effort.
Color may be a matter of taste but painting the walls is not such an easy task as it may seem. Here are the most common mistakes most people do when painting the walls and tips about doing it the right way.