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A Cement Factory Turned Into An Extraordinary Home in Spain

  One of the notables when it comes to having a statement house is Spanish architect, Roberto Bofill. His sense for architectural renewal is, beyond any doubt, adventurous. He turned a desolated old cement factory into a magnificent home, and the result is simply incredible.     He found the now imposing structure back in 1973. It is located at Sant Just Desvern – a town near Barcelona, Spain. The renovation of the building took two years to complete. The architect carefully weighed what needs to be maintained and what needs to demolished.    The deliberate incomplete appearance of the architecture gave it an extraordinary effect. It’s a carefully designed space with a hint of frailty. Looking at it, you...

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Amazing Conjoined Kitchen and Dining Rooms That Are Predominantly White

Convenience is one of the biggest advantages of having conjoined kitchen and dining rooms. Making the room more expansive than it is, is another. This type of integration is especially popular on small spaces, but it is not uncommon to see it in bigger homes as well. Here are some amazing examples that will definitely get you inspired! We are!   source Nobody does a predominantly white interior better than the Scandinavians. They can give justice to the absence of color like no other; and, their version of a largely whiteout space doesn’t come out cold and dull; it appears warm and lived-in! Two words sums up this type of style: enchantingly fresh. There’s always a speck of color here and...

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5 Red Rooms That You Are Going to Fall For

Since it is the love month, we would like to give emphasis and much respect to the color associated with love: red. It’s not only love, actually.  The color red is linked to a series of intense emotions such as passion, power, desire, and strength. In fact, during the Roman times, brides wore red veils known as flammeum (meaning flame). It was used as an allegory of love and fertility. The conventional Valentine’s Day gift, red roses, means love and affinity to the Greeks. In ancient times, red was believed to possess magical powers that can ward off evil spirits. To make the long story short, red is a truly meaningful color with a lot of impact! It is a radiant color...

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Interior Designer Focus: Nate Berkus

Without a shadow of doubt, Nate Berkus holds a certain level of genius when it comes to his chosen métier: Interior Design. His level of aesthetic genius has been accentuated by his stint on Oprah, and eventually his own show, The Nate Berkus Show, which lasted for two seasons. The multi-slashy (businessman/TV personality/interior designer/author/soon-to-be father) extraordinaire is known for his quick makeover - quick and stunning! His style of fusing dated decorating with contemporary is remarkable. See some of his work below: His quest for perfectly divergent interiors – blending various colors from different spectrum and patterns that lock horns with each other – can be seen in many of his projects. Foregoing a specific theme and collating a wide...

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7 Reasons Why Statement Area Rugs Can Give Your Home A Vital Spark

source Incorporating a statement piece into an interior design mix, more often than not, is limited to what one can immediately see upon entering the room. The usuals are walls and furniture. Unfortunately, what’s below eye level is often overlooked even though one fabulous statement area rug is all it takes to give even the simplest of home a vital spark! Area rugs can provide more than just extra warmth to a space, provide good cushioning, and prevent unfortunate slips. We will give you a good count as to why statement area rugs can be a great addition to your home:   1. Up the ante A statement area rug, just like any other featured segment or item in a...

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