bitelchux Backyard, 2018-02-05 15:47:17. Adding a BBQ hut to your home is one of the most thoughtful things you can do. You need to choose the correct style as well as construction so as to have something that will match with your lifestyle. You also need to select the highest quality materials. When you go for quality materials, then you will have a construction that will last for a long time serving the purpose for which it is meant for. You will also get better results after everything has been settled. You need to buy the best materials and choose a company that is reputable in this area.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-10-23 04:24:35. Don’t be afraid to mix up your furniture styles when designing a room scheme. Here, a vintage trunk creates a characterful coffee table in this relaxed blue living room, while a truly contemporary pendant hangs directly above. Sliding doors and steps into the garden mean this basement room feels anything but cut-off. Floor-to-ceiling glazing also creates a light and spacious feel, and there’s a good flow from the inside to the outside. The flooring and paving is very similar in colour, which helps to create a sense of continuation.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-10-19 04:09:36. Think carefully about lighting when planning a basement conversion. Here, a large glazed door, plus a roof light ensure the space is anything but dingy. A trio of mirrors also help to bounce light around the room, while adding a decorative effect. At night, spotlights take over and keep things bright.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-10-17 04:11:24. 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, 2017-10-20 04:08:34. The first living room on our list showcases our point to perfection; it is visually appealing and sophisticated without a riot of color. The double height living room relies on black and white elements- and it works! The walls are a pristine white while the furniture is black. A patterned rug and pillows add dimension to the room, while black interspersed with neat white lines makes for a beautiful room.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-10-18 04:10:29. Here a mixed-media canvas plays into the structural interior features, like the transition between darker and lighter wood between the living room and kitchen. Gray highlights draw attention to the textured wall and deconstructed forms contrast against the straight lines of the furniture. This home doesn’t base its interior around the artwork, but instead remains relatively neutral – a sort of blank canvas that accommodates any style the residents want to achieve. The single yellow pillow ties back into the overall theme.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-10-16 04:12:09. Ground your industrial barn in a wall all in brick. This exposed wall winds down the staircase, across the fireplace and into the mood of a modern, semi-circular space. A distressed brick wall need not be painted or smoothed. Let its character shine with dainty crafted décor, like this mustard couch and fanned cane chair.
bitelchux Living Rooms, 2017-10-13 05:12:59. Besides the backlit “stay positive” panel, other creative sources of lighting include cove lighting above the window to the left and a row of rectangular frame lights above. This living room concept centers on a unique backlit wall system, as visualized by Who Cares?! Design. Dark panels embrace the full range of grayscale tones as they flow across the wall in continuous lines. The leftmost portion is more jagged and mountainous, with plenty of room for books and decoration. Several of the panels contain hidden drawers. A large sectional sofa set also addresses the library and television portions separately.
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