'Classic Kitchen Interior'
The possibilities elements for your classic kitchen interior design are the primitive elements. It can begin with accent pieces such as a weathered and rusted metal sculpture of a chicken or an old weathervane mounted on your wall or above the kitchen cabinets. Add faux beams or real wood ones that have a rough-hewed look [...]Read More
This lighting designed by Constantin Wortmann, German studio Büro für Form. As an alien who hung on a wire, with its organic form so peculiar, but this lighting radiating a warm and graceful light. Alien. Available in two different sizes and four variations, as pendant, table, floor lights. The version “easy” also can be ordered [...]Read More
When looking for complementary colors to Moroccan Red, consider bright greens, turquoise, cool blues, and golden yellows. When looking at neutrals, consider those with a warm undertone instead of a cool undertone. If you really want to make this color pop look at traditional Moroccan color schemes and consider creating a theme around fabrics and [...]Read More
Anyone who likes warm, earth tone colors and rustic will love Tuscan style interior design. Tuscan color scheme begin with Earth-tone, neutral shades such as the brownish-orange of terra-cotta clay and the light, creamy shade of worn plaster walls. Shades of green represent the tall, magnificent cypress trees that line Tuscan country roads, the vines [...]Read More
Fabric is the simplest way to make a difference to a room. You can really afford to go to town with tactile finishes, luxurious materials and touch-me surfaces. Add a range of patterns and texture to create interest on walls with eye-catching papers, textural hessian, silks, wood paneling or even polished concrete or plaster. Also [...]Read More