Every family home should have a little bit of playfulness to it. In this design from Nordico, it is impossible to deny that a little bit of childlike wonder and whimsy have informed the still stylish design. From a pretty pink sofa with a playful design to a modern interpretation of a bean bag chair, this is a living space that’s actually designed with living in mind. Instead of making visitors afraid to touch anything, this fun and quirky home invites you to kick off your shoes and stay for a while. Step inside and get comfortable. Continue reading A Colorful Modern Home Designed with Usability in Mind
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Holidayli add the concept of mermaid into the sleeping bags, which were designed for those who love mermaid. Made of high quality materials, Holidayli’s crochet mermaid tail blanket won’t cause harm to skin. Crocheted, Holidayli’s blanket is stretchy, so it’s size is suitable for most of individuals. Holidayli mermaid tail is a nice christmas, valentine’s day or usual gift. Continue reading 10 Gifts for the Bedroom
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Alloy clock with mirrors face
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Measurement: Clock itself 39.37” x 39.37”, Minute hand 15.35”, Hour hand 12.2”, Centerpiece 12cm Continue reading 10 Best Wall Decoration for Living Room Ideas
Top Living Room Colors – Green
Green is a great choice for a living room. You may choose a very pale mint green for a living room that’s short on windows to help lighten it up. Moss Point green feels surprisingly neutral and can work as a background to other strong colors or wood finishes you may have in the room. Midnight Clover green could be a terrific accent wall. The great thing about green is while it is very vibrant, it still feels relaxing and welcoming. Since green is such a natural color, it seems organic in almost every room. Green living room colors are a fun choice for a family home where the living room is really for living not just for show.
Top Living Room Colors – Gray
You’ve finally scored the apartment or home of your dreams, but there’s just one tinycaveat: It’s a touch on the small side. Luckily, tiny homes can pack just as much glamour and wow-factor as a spacious McMansion—it’s just a matter of getting the right design approach down. Even if you only have a mere 300 square feet to your name, these space-saving tips will whip your digs into tip-top shape.
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Bulky couches, coffee tables and chairs have a tendency to weigh a small space down and make it feel cramped. Opt instead for leggy, streamlined styles (mid-century modern options are particularly on point) that will make your living room feel more spacious.
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Pieces that can pull double duty—like an innovative coffee table or an old-world trunk—are key when you’re short on space because they provide extra storage to keep clutter at bay.
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Use a collection of quirky mirrors to decorate the walls in your living room and add visual intrigue while creating the illusion of a large, lofty space.
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Free up floor space by taking advantage of unused wall space and add a mounted book shelf or a funky geometric unit to display books and unique decorative accents. An added bonus? Mounted shelving draws the eye upward, emphasizing ceiling height.
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Form and function—lucite, acrylic or plexiglass furnishings give you the best of both worlds, infusing your room with a touch of glamour and creating the illusion of more space.
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Floating window shelves do so much more than provide save space. These minimal shelves offer a seriously chic way to display petite plantings and provide a bit of extra privacy—which, in a big city, is always a good thing.
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Open concept has its perks, but it can also make a small living space feel even tinier, swallowed up by the rest of the room. Define your space with luxe accents, like an eye-catching rug, unique lighting and luxe textiles to make your living area feel like a distinct space.
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Balance is everything. A calming color palette gives this small space an airy feel, while plants and oversized artwork pack plenty of panache.
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Tiny spaces are conducive to big, clunky desks, but that doesn’t mean you have to deprive yourself of a work space. Wall-mounted options are a savvy solution, providing you with a small work station without taking up precious floor space. This is also a great option if you have an awkward corner or nook that’s too small for focal pieces.
Out with heavy blankets and chunky knits and in with lightweight sheets and pillow covers.
Most of us welcome the warm weather with a swift change in wardrobe and forget all about our homes. But when high temperatures finally arrive, you really should refresh not just your shoe collection, but your home and specifically, bedroom, as well. Because while that faux fur throw kept you cozy all winter long, it won’t do you any favors come spring. We chatted with Ariel Kaye, CEO and founder of Parachute, to get her expertise on refreshing your bedroom for the season.
Swap out your sheets.
Bye flannel. Toss those heavy sheets for a linen or cotton percale that’ll keep you cool all spring and summer long, Kaye explains. “We often compare our percale to the perfect button down shirt—cool and crisp to the touch. This is a great fabric for those who want a fresh, cool feel during spring and summer.” Linen is also a great option as it’s breathable and durable.
Store those heavy blankets.
Again, there’s really no need for a heavy down comforter. If you’re not wearing a jacket outside, why wear one inside? This box pattern quilt from Parachute is a great replacement. “In the warmer months, I often shed my duvet comforter and use my quilt as a cover,” Kaye says.
Change window coverings.
It’s time to let the sunshine in. If you insist on keeping those light-blocking curtains, consider investing in sheer curtains to layer underneath that still give you privacy but let natural light into your space.
Replace anything that’s worn out.
“The change of seasons is a great time to evaluate the condition of your bedding, repair worn items and discard any pieces that may be underused or outdated,” Kaye says. And think beyond the sheets too. Consider replacing your pillows with all natural down or hypo-allergenic down filling.