bitelchux Backyard, 2018-02-05 15:47:22. There is no doubt that when landscaping one wants to save money, as well as have an attractive property. Not only can landscaping help you beautify your home, but it can also provide a source of satisfying exercise in the fresh air. When you take care of your yard on your own, it is possible to save money and to improve your physical conditioning. But if the landscape turns out to look bad, then that is so much time and money wasted. However, it is possible to ensure a better-looking landscape by following a few tips that can help you take better care of your yard.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-06-16 04:23:56. The corner of this fresh, white living room connects with the garden using natural textures and rich green foliage. The large architectural plant creates a beautiful focal point and adds natural colour to the all-white back-drop. Stacked sea grass footstalls and a jute rug continues the natural theme while an inviting white, modular armchair and footstall is positioned perfectly to enjoy both inside and out.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-06-03 03:22:09. Try painting a pattern on your wall. This one is based on geometric shapes, but you could also try stripes or spots – or anything you like. The colours here are a mixture of a strong blue and pretty pastels that keep the scheme bright. Create a grand-looking scheme with ornate French-style furniture. Against white walls, the furniture takes on a modern look, while retaining its traditional properties. Sumptuous fabrics, such as the blue velvet on the armchair, add a beautiful finishing touch.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-05-16 04:18:18. A casual seating area just behind the dining table gives this open-plan space a cosy feel. Grey walls create a cocooning effect that goes perfectly with the patterned upholstery on the armchairs and footstools. Above the fireplace, a modern landscape painting adds a hit of colour.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-05-13 04:38:15. This contemporary living room demonstrates how large textures can give small spaces huge personality. The bold patterns avoid looking too heavy thanks to the simple colors and the clever addition of indirect cove lights. Dramatic! The fractured wooden panels are oh-so-slightly tilted to catch the light at different angles to recreate the effect of shattered glass. It’s part accent wall and part art installation, and fully impossible to miss. Geometry takes center stage in this sharp modern living space. Black-edged curtains tucked away behind the ceiling panel make the room feel even more open and expansive.These pewter-colored tiles have a slightly cloudy texture that contrasts well with the simple white and gray shelves, and their simple arrangement continues the emphasis on horizontal lines and rectangular forms present throughout the open space.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-07-17 04:25:07. Bored of neutral walls? Then get the paint brush out and try a pinky lilac in your living room. This shade goes really well with the grey corner sofa. Cushions in various colours and prints make for a fun and relaxed look. A dark berry hue in the curtains adds depth to the scheme. Love Scandi style? Grey walls are a key ingredient. They’re also great for enhancing the period feel of a property, especially when contrasted with the freshness of white painted windows. Sheepskins and cosy rugs will always look the part, too, no matter the time of year.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-05-17 04:55:31. The floorboards match the ceiling, the only difference is that the ceiling is white, creating a pleasant blend. The monochromatic color palette makes for a pleasing aesthetic, while the ladder leading to the top floors is modern and trendy. A print of a tree graces the large space by the staircase, this adds depth to the room and ties all the organic elements together.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-05-15 04:01:48. A Scandinavian style suits exposed brick perfectly. This light-grey beauty creates a dreamy feel beside a powder blue couch, wooden dining set and floors. Draw the viewer further in with a triptych on your brick. Terracotta and taupe seating add a contemporary, rustic feel. Replicate a London train station with exposed brick surrounding a wide circular window. This unique design frames the rest in white with pops of planting. Charcoal and grey are lightened by this LED-lit, exposed-brick wall. Blending into a door, its lighter hues act the feature against darker and more muted textures.
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