Create your own Moroccan haven by injecting vibrant colour, exotic patterning and luxurious texture into your interior design with the following 50 ideas!
Staircases are essentials to homes with more than one storey. They efficiently and easily take us up and down different floor levels. While some would only go with the basics and focus on its functionality, we can opt for designs that will combine functionality with aesthetics. In some homes, staircases are designed to impress, dominating entrances and foyers. Here are some great modern staircase ideas and designs that are impressive in style and ingenuity.
Want to unleash your inner interior design guru but are stuck in a rental home? Suffer no more because we are coming to the rescue with this handy guide. By teaming up with Brisbane’s most trusted property managers, Link Living, we have been able to create a guide to help renters add their own touch to their home, damage free. Here are 12 ideas that will help you transform your rental place into a stylish home that matches you.
Minimalism and downsizing are two of the hottest trends in housing today. People are opting for smaller homes, minimal décor and fewer possessions. The minimalist home perfectly fits the dynamics of today’s society – energetic, positive, progressive. Instead of acquisitions, people are spending more on travels and experiences. Thus, homes are more of sanctuaries and less of display centres. Clean, restrained, efficient. Here are some modern minimalist ideas and designs for the homes of today;
Chandeliers more than just light up a room. It is also a décor, an ornament that is often the focal point of the interior design. Chandeliers deliver a statement, the definitive style and feel of the room. Given its dominant position, it is only fitting that you choose the right chandelier that will complement the interiors as well as your personality. Here are some beautiful and striking modern chandeliers you can buy now;
Minimalism is clean, restrained and cool, maximalism is raucous, bold and warm. The minimalist is efficient and precise, while the maximalist is extravagant and flamboyant. Interior designs tend to lean to either of the two extremes and no design theme is ultimately better than the other. It will all depend on the designer and the homeowner. A maximalist person might see minimalist designs as boring, while the minimalist can be overwhelmed by the maximalist designs.