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 Living Room Ideas – The Ultimate Design Resource Guide

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Once inside your front door, the first room your guests and family members are likely to encounter is your living room. You host gatherings in your living room, snack on the couch while watching TV, listen to children practice musical instruments, and just generally hang out in this multifunctional space. The way you design your living room can set the design feel for your entire home. You may also change your living room décor at various times of the year for different holidays and seasons.Because you spend so much time in your living spaces, physical and visual comfort is important. You don’t have to compromise on style and décor in favor of comfort, however. In fact, you can fill your living room with furniture that is as functional as it is beautiful. Similarly, you can choose accent pieces and floor coverings that also boast comfort and usability.Another important aspect to consider when designing your living space is durability. Due to the high traffic your living room will likely experience, it is worth spending a bit more on higher-quality furniture and floor furnishings to realize extended use and not necessitate constant repair, refurbishing or cleaning. Choose fabrics that are both pleasing and durable. In addition, choose colors that transition well when you set out new décor items each season.More extensive living room remodeling projects may include structural changes. These can include changing windows and doors, replacing walls with ceiling beams to create an open concept, and refacing or replacing fireplaces. If your project includes these in-depth changes, you’ll need to research local building codes and permitting requirements. Changes that include electrical or plumbing work may require working with a licensed professional under special permits. If your interior changes impact your exterior design, also check with your homeowners association to ensure you are staying within regulations.No matter how many ways you use your space or how many times each year you change out your tchotchkes, you can find living room ideas in the collection of inspiration pieces we’ve gathered and shared below. From ultra-formal to ultra-comfortable, your living room can become the blank slate upon which you introduce your home’s design.As with all the uniquely designed rooms in your home, you’ll want to have a focal point for your living room. This focal point is where your eyes are instantly drawn when you enter the room. Without a focal point, your room can feel like an overwhelming mix of decorating themes, each competing with the next for attention.A centerpiece is a great way to create a focal point in your living room. Living room centerpiece ideas can include floral designs, an elaborate design piece like a monogram or a stunning fireplace. Your own furniture can be a great way to create your living room centerpiece. Classic designs usually place sofas or seats along walls, creating empty space in the middle of a room. Instead, you can center your seating furniture to create both a great visual and a cozy conversational area. Don’t be afraid of angles, either, when you arrange your furniture. Often, placing facing pieces on the diagonal can change the entire feel of your living room.Maximize your living space with minimalist designs, clever pieces of décor that make a small space feel bigger or pieces that serve multiple purposes. When it comes to small living room ideas, the common theme is that less is more, both in the colors you choose for your walls and the furniture that fills the space. Oversized furniture can make an already small room feel even more cramped, and change a space with a lot of potential to a space you can’t wait to exit. Likewise, overly vibrant paint colors can make your walls look like they are closing in on your room.Instead, aim for a light and airy feel, with smaller or more delicate-looking furniture, and emphasize light and bright through neutral hues, lots of natural light and mirrors to create the illusion of extra space. Wicker or Victorian-era wooden furniture can instantly open a small space. Light blues and yellows can make a cramped space seem larger, and less bric-a-brac on your tables and walls can create an uncluttered and hospitable design.A geometric rug in vibrant colors can add interest to the living room.You can choose between one of two schools of thought for living room decorating ideas — a variety of pieces that all reflect one unified theme or a simple design that can be the backdrop for décor pieces representing many styles. To begin designing your living room remodel, literally begin from the ground up. If your living room is part of a much larger open concept space within your home, you can choose a different type of flooring, like an area rug, to set off the living area. On the flip side of that design, if you have a small living room, unifying the flooring with surrounding areas can lead to the feel of a much larger space.In addition to flooring type, you can change up the style and color of your flooring to create different feels. A vivid geometric design is a great addition to a modernist space, while refinished hardwood floors can harken back to a historic home’s past. You can use complementary hues between your floors and walls to create the overall color palette.A can of paint is one of the easiest, fastest and least expensive ways to completely change the look of your living room. Two great living room paint ideas include adding an accent wall and adding texture to your walls. If your living room lacks a focal point, or if you want to further emphasize a focal point, an accent wall can emphasize a particular shade, or you could use a complementary design like stripes or two hues separated by a chair rail. In a small room that a bright tone may overwhelm, you can still incorporate your favorite shade on one wall while the others boast a more neutral color. If your décor pieces can best be described as eclectic, an accent wall can pick up on a common hue and make each item pop.Textured walls are also a great way to change the feel of your living room. You can use either visual or physical texture to fulfill this idea. With visual texturing, your wall may feature a feather design with contrasting paint to the main wall color. This type of design is still flat against the wall and often called faux painting. For physical texturing, your ultimate design may encompass the look of a plaster wall, a swirl effect, a Mediterranean or Spanish knife texture, or nearly any other texture your mind can imagine. Once you pick your room’s overall design, texturizing your walls is a great way to show it off.If you’re struggling to find the best living room ideas to update your home, use our vast library of design inspirations to get started. For eclectic collections, read about creating a unique vintage feel. When it’s time to redecorate for the holiday season, use our Christmas design ideas for inspiration. If you can’t figure out where the TV should be placed, we have advice on that too. And don’t forget to check our infographic that provides guidance on laying out your furniture to maximize results. When you spend extra time thoughtfully planning out your design, your living room will become the wonderfully welcoming space you want it to be…

 Handmade Desk Dominating Modern Office Landscapes

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A handmade desk is something you appreciate beyond its function. Skilled craftsmanship and quality materials can be spotted by connoisseurs a mile away. When you work hard, you want beautiful things to tell the story of your hard work. A unique handmade desk tells even more stories, like the one behind its fabrication.The Crawford Desk is one of those handmade desks designed to beautify a space. Created by self-taught design duo behind Hellman-Chang, 32 year-old designers Eric Chang and Daniel Hellman, the handmade desk speaks about the way it was imagined to act more than a piece of furniture and become a conversation-starter. It tells its own story.Imagine you have this contemporary office setting that needs an eye-candy focal point. This is where the uniqueness of a handmade desk comes in. The Crawford Desk steals the show with a combination of sophisticated desk design and handmade tenacity: “The sleek angles of the Crawford Desk meet with Hellman-Chang’s coved surfaces. The top and side panels float off each other for lighter presence while creating intersecting lines with their negative space. The Crawford Desk features low-profile beveled drawer faces, and can be paired with optional pull-out keyboard tray, top grommets, and a privacy panel as add-ons.”And if you feel like an executive desk is more your cup of tea, then the Xie Executive Desk is a sleek alternative for the office you have in mind. Scroll down to see the executive desk design and let us know which one you like best, we’d love to know.“The Xie Executive Desk creates a dramatic yet elegant statement for the office. Arching coved surfaces carry Hellman-Chang’s theme on the front drawers and on the back to allow for placement in the middle of the room. A floating oriental top provides lightened balance to the ample side storage units and pencil drawers. Additional options include inset leather top, pull-out computer tower storage, keyboard tray, grommets, and privacy panel.”(Information and photos received by email) 

 Simbio Kitchen & Bar in Bucharest Emerges In Charming Old Building

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Rehabilitating one of Bucharest’s charmingly old buildings is no picnic at the park. Reviving what was once a stunning architectural masterpiece and modernizing it to fit a modern kitchen and bar was brilliantly executed by Romanian studio SYAA Architecture (Soare & Yokina Associated Architects) and Cella Cosimex construction and restoration. An amazingly intricate project inside-out, this new restaurant & bar in Bucharest is something worth visiting and admiring.Built in the early 20th century, the house that shelters the Simbio Kitchen & Bar was mostly adorned with custom furniture and a few key items found by the owners at flea markets, in warehouses and on the internet. The team of architects that made this project possible is made of architect Eliza Yokina, architect Irina Plopeanu, architect Cosmin Anghelache, and architect Simina Ignat. They saw with the mind’s eye how the old house could be transformed into a place where people meet to grab a bite together or come to work undisturbed on their projects. They collaborated with the owners to create a sense of freedom and coziness in the middle of Romania’s capital.According to SYAA Architecture, “the space had two roles to play: to be perfectly functional for the restaurant, but also to be representative for the house on 26 Negustorilor Street that existed for a century there.” The project comprises the rehabilitation and interior design for a new restaurant and bar opened by Dana Nica and Iulia Younis. Spreading over 360 square meters, spaces photographed by Catalin Georgescu look awfully inviting.“It was exciting the first contact with the house: quiet, beautiful, dark, with its green light filtered by the abundant garden, with smoked stoves, pale mirrors, and heavy furniture. The house had already well defined spaces: the lounge with skylight, the green stove room, the small room, the great room, the staircase, the basement with brick arches … It was obvious from the beginning that the bar will be at the basement, the restaurant with show kitchen on the ground floor and the working space in the attic. We just accommodated the functional scenario as efficiently as possible in the existing spaces, meaning in some cases gaps in the walls, non-structural walls changes, and generally minimal interventions.”After minimally intervening on the building’s spaces, the WOW factor was introduced through carefully selected alterations: “We have taken some measures that have impacted quite decisively on the house look like eliminating the eaves – nonspecific to the Venetian style in architecture, the Cartesian model introduced on the facade and the newly built roof terrace.”So you see how love for the old can beautifully blend in with the new, creating exceptional spaces? Romania has many historic buildings beautifully renovated, so come see the Alt Club, an Exclusive IT Club in Romania Occupying a Historic Building in Timisoara…

 Scorpions Retreat Infused with Cycladic Details in Mykonos. Greece

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Located on the picturesque island of Mykonos, Greece, Scorpios by Michael Schickinger of Lambs&Lions is an exclusive getaway that celebrates beach culture. The project was developed in close collaboration with interior designer Annabell Kutucu to merge natural textures with functional contemporary amenities: “We tried to infuse Scorpios with the traditional materials and construction techniques found in Cycladic architecture to root it in its site and context. It was then peppered with collected objects found by Michael and Annabell on their travels”, the designers stated.Inspired by the contrasts revealed by the island of Mykonos (mainly its rocky, hot landscape juxtaposed by the invigorating the blue sea), the project tea envisioned a holistic retreat: “We wanted the place to be a stage that invites all aspects of Mykonos life but always with a focus on leisure. The design is inspired by natural materials that set a laid back, down to earth and comfortable back drop for all the different activities that will take place there. It is a place that simultaneously excites the senses and calms the soul.” See any details you find particularly inspiring? [Photos by Carolin Saage]

 Barn-Like House Overlooking Canada’s Wild Landscape

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A barn-like house can help connect you to the rural dimension of life, especially when living in a secluded area. If you love modern Canadian home design, you will definitely love the Malbaie VIII Residence. Imagined by MU Architecture, the contemporary home reinterprets the traditional barn in a subtle manner.Details like the shape and height of the house are reminiscent of big old barns that used to be scattered around the land. An inverted floor plan spreading over 3,500 square feet makes this barn-like house is located in the Charlevoix region of Quebec, Canada.Dark grey metal dresses up the home’s exterior, making it look sleek and eye-catching. Geometric architecture found an ally in this dark gray solution covering the sides of the house and shaping the roof. Contrasting white cedar wood creates an inspiring connection to the green surroundings. Even more, the carefully manicured garden seems to make it all come together in a dreamy home.Protecting the interiors from forces of nature through architecture, the studio imagined three cutouts in the house’s volumetric architecture. This allows for the appearance of spaces tucked under and spaces that reach for the sky. With an inverted floor plan that encourages seeing panoramas of the surroundings beyond floor-to-ceiling windows,  Malbaie VIII Residence frames tree trunks in all directions.According to the architects, “the experience of the house takes root in the basement, within its wood cladded and concrete formed walls, where a large playroom and children’s dormitory cohabit. At the ground level, the main lobby, entirely covered in wood, welcomes you in a cozy spa-like atmosphere. From the main entrance you can access four large en-suite bedrooms and the main staircase. In contrast to the white cedar walls, the railing of the staircase is made entirely of raw hot rolled steel. With surprising lightness it acts as a backbone connecting the different levels of the house.”Upstairs, the living space and spaces connecting these modern areas all capture glimpses of the surroundings via dark framed windows. Where the open-floor kitchen, dining, lounge and living space are, the panoramas behind large windows bring inside an almost still landscape under an ever-changing sky. Cedar walls enhance coziness while a fireplace under cathedral ceilings make the living space seem like an enchanted forest.“At night, low light levels slip the ceilings into shadow creating a warm but mysterious atmosphere that evokes the traditional Québécois evenings of yesteryear.” Photographs by Ulysse Lemerise Bouchard of YUL Photo showcase the way white cedar planks mark the entrance and upstairs terraces. Every detail inside seems to mirror a minimalist version of the outdoors, with large, open, tall spaces.It’s fun comparing different homes, especially when they’re named in an ascending manner. This elegant and energy efficient home is known as the Malbaie V Residence. And there is one more here on our site: this luxury hillside residence taking advantage of the surroundings is also known as Malbaie VI Marée Basse. Do you have a favorite Malbaie yet?

 Dual Design In Spain Inspired By Japanese Culture: Nozomi Sushi Bar

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Spreading over 233 square meters, the surprising Nozomi Sushi Bar in Valencia, Spain, was imagined by Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio as a place where tradition and modernity clash in a fusion of colors, patterns, shapes and aromas. The founders of this inspiring project, José Miguel Herrera and Nuria Morell, are both fascinated with Japanese culture and love authentic traditional sushi so much, they named their restaurant Nozomi, meaning “Japanese high speed bullet train“.Working on branding and interior design for the new sushi restaurant in Valencia meant taking into account aspects of the complex Japanese culture. Masquespacio told us that “during the whole 2014 we’ve been studying Japanese culture and the origen of sushi. As a result we created Nozomi Sushi Bar, inspired by both traditional and contemporary Japan, reinterpreting a Japanese village street, origami and the authentic mobile sushi stall; represented in this project continuously as a duality between ´Emotional classic’ and ‘Rational contemporary’.” This duality can be seen in the logo and brand identity, while the space oozes a combination of concrete and wood. “On one hand being ‘Rational contemporary’ through the pure state of concrete and grays, mainly present in the most structural parts such as walls, ceilings and floors. On the other hand the ‘Emotional classic’ aspect makes its introduction thanks to the carpentry, its hand finishes and the warmth of natural wood.”We received this creative project by email and were surprised to see how it all came together. From photographs by David Rodríguez and Carlos Huecas of Cualiti Photo Studio we gather that the space flows naturally from one into another.If you want to see more inspiring restaurant design ideas from Masquespacio , check out the Fresh Design for Kessalao Mediterranean Take Away Restaurant in Bonn and the Eye-Catching Language School Design in Valencia to see how school runs creatively these days. Enjoy, share and let us know what you think about modern Spanish creativity in the comments section below…

 RMJ Residence in Brazil Originally Interacting with Natural Elements

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Designed by Felipe Bueno & Alexandre Bueno in Uberlândia, Brazil, RMJ Residence is a contemporary family home boasting a living surface of 550 square meters. The project showcases an array of open and enclosed areas and offers the inhabitants various opportunities to interacting with the surrounding natural elements: “The entrance to the social area is through large frames that integrate interior and exterior spaces, such integration is repeated for the internal garden, opening to the living room, dining room and kitchen to the leisure area of the house.” One of the highlights of the design is a vertical garden that expands form the main courtyard inside.The presence of a beautiful tree on the site dictated the division of the residence in two volumes, one hosting the social areas and the other, the bedrooms: “Without dramatically changing the natural contour of the land, we divided the program into two floors: on the street level are all the technical units (garage, laundry, cellar), while the rest of the program (social, private, and leisure areas) are organized in a single upper floor, which is in a way a house on high ground, explained the architects. Have a look at the photos below and let us know what you think!  [Photography by Cae Oliveira]

 Remote Painting Studio in Chile Embedded in the Hillside

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This Painting Studio in Coquimbo Region, Chile is an example of modern architecture in the service of neighboring art. Architects Felipe Assadiand Francisca Pulido were challenged to develop an oasis of creativity well integrated in its surroundings. The new building can be visually perceived in a variety of ways: “The painter’s studio has been erected to one side of a house in Bahía Azul. A small space, it appears to be a prolongation of the terrain when seen from the entrance, but from the slope it stands out as a piece embedded in the hillside”, explained the architects.The space, ultimately conceived as the extension of its own window frame is said to “mediate between the sea and an interior garden located at the entrance. Reached by a narrow staircase, excavated out of the rock, it leaves the user in complete isolation. It is a sort of retreat from the surrounding constructions, basically just a wall with indirect sunlight entering from above to witness the process of painting.” Extensive use of wood for the ceilings and floors leads to a warm and friendly working environment, while glass doors allow inspiration to flow freely from the surrounding natural elements. [Photography: Fernando Alda]

 Gravity Bowl and Colander Set For Modern Kitchens: Spin & Drain

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A multifunctional kitchen tool like this bowl and colander set can save you time and help you cook smoothly. Whether you’re making a salad or cooking pasta dishes, this modern bowl and colander set helps you easily spin and drain what later becomes your fuel.The cool-looking Spin & Drain kitchen aid from Guzzini is what takes cooking time down and enhances your intuitive work in the kitchen. Maximizing your work in the kitchen, the Spin & Drain bowl and colander set uses the force of gravity in a subtle way. This enhances and speeds up the cooking and serving process, making your life easier.The multifunctional kitchen aid has an innovative rotation system designed by Nilo Gioacchini and Criodesign. This ensures that gravity helps make everything easy and intuitive. The set consists of a container and a colander set that can be used together or individually.“The internal basket first collects the water from washing and then drains it, but it can also be used separately like the classic colander; for example, for draining pasta. The external container, on the other hand, is also a bowl that can be used at the table to serve pasta, salad, or to prepare dishes.”The innovative gravity spin system is made from sturdy food-safe SAN plastic and designed to help you out on numerous occasions. The bowl and colander set is also dishwasher safe and measures 12 by 10 by 5-Inches. With an intuitive design, the Spin & Drain kitchen accessory helps you easily wash, drain, serve, mix and even defrost food. When you have unexpected guests, this modern kitchen aid helps you put together something to serve fast and easy. The outer bowl becomes a reliant serving bowl that you can take to the dining table. What is the dish you surely could use the Spin & Drain bowl and colander set for?

 Loft Conversion in Amsterdam Groups Small Houses Inside a House

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Located in an old harbor canteen on Amsterdam’s artificial island KNSM, this interesting House Like Village is a loft conversion designed by Marc Koehler Architects. It is an exemplary home for those who love re-imagined spaces. An eye-catching bookcase staircase leads up to a mezzanine level that allows this double-height space to be utilized at its full potential. Dealing with an old space that needed a serious re-configuration, architects imagined a home that would contain “a group of small houses inside the house”.This also explains the name of the home and helps owners enjoy their unusually planned inspiring home that looks like a small village.We’ve seen historic churches turned into homes or even cement factories re-imagined as residences and now it’s time to see an old canteen turned into a modern home in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. A space that seemed too high was partitioned to shape a contemporary loft in a very peculiar manner. Volumes inside shape private spaces underneath an open eating, cooking and working space. Beyond large windows, the city reveals itself and natural light is invited inside.Spreading over 160 square meters, the House Like Village is a loft conversion that can later on be “colonized” by building new volumes as the family expands. Highly functional ans well-planned, this loft conversion is perfect for the family living here. The couple expecting their first child wanted a multi-functional space that you can play with. Working close with the architects, they got maybe more then they bargained for.Photos by Marcel van der Burg showcase how the spaces were arranged and you can also see the floor plans as you scroll down. The House Like Village is also on our list of 31 Inspiring Mezzanines to Uplift Your Spirit and Increase Square Footage.  See another inspiring and unusual home in Marc Koehler Architects portfolio: the Dune House, half-sunk into a harsh landscape overlooking the North Sea and enjoy the inspiring details!

 japanese living rooms

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Painting the walls might be the easiest way to add green to the bedroom along with bedding and accessories in matching hue, but think beyond the obvious if you want a truly captivating room. Painting the ceiling in green can be a fun alternative and by leaving the walls white, you will still have a neutral and versatile backdrop that will beautifully showcase wall art and sculptural décor additions. And for those who really want a personalized solution, mixing different shades to come with your own custom green hue is indeed an exciting and enjoyable alternative. This will assure that you are proud owner of a one-of-a-kind bedroom with a shade of green that you came up with.

 Villa BH’s Transparency Leading To A Freeing Lifestyle [Video]

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Rotterdam-based studio Whim Architecturecreated a stunning semi-transparent residence in Burgh-Haamstede, the Netherlands. Known for their persistent lack of curtains, the Dutch people enjoy a freeing lifestyle. This particular residence – Villa BH – although nestled between three other residence and surrounded by trees, displays a stress-free transparency and an inviting interior design. The 2,874 square feet contemporary residence is home to a couple 60+ of age, who are lucky enough to enjoy a splendid display of space, light and surrounding nature. The single level floor plan allows the inhabitants to move freely around the bright spaces. The main living space has a high ceiling covered with a sloping roof and large glazed walls ensure brightness and a seamless connection to the outdoors. An interior courtyard allows the bedroom to be directly connected to the outside, making the resting experience even more relaxing. The street facade easily hides the gorgeous, open interior by displaying a timber finish, where the garage and carport welcome family and guests. Insulated and benefiting from solar electricity, Villa BH is definitely a dream home…

 Residence in Norway Embedding Innovative Sustainable Features: ZEB Pilot House

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Completed by Snøhetta, in collaboration with ZEB (The Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings) and Optimera, ZEB Pilot House is a innovative architecture project embedding a variety of sustainable solutions. The building in Larvik, Norway has everything a single family house needs, yet it is intended as a show-home for various groundbreaking energy-efficient systems. But we can’t help feeling intrigued by its original exterior, with an oblique dominant black volume and sloping roof clad in solar panels. Have a look at the last photo of this post for a better understanding of the project and its features!
According to the architects, focus on carbon emissions associated with building materials represents a new direction in the vital drive toward a sustainable construction industry: “To achieve ZEB-OM classification the project is required to document and verify a minimum of 100% CO2 offsetting. Renewable energy production via photovoltaic and solar-thermal panels integrated in the building envelope enables offsetting of carbon emissions generated by the burning of fossil fuels in power stations. By offsetting in this manner we reduce emission of other greenhouse gasses simultaneously.” ZEB Pilot House in Norway is an inspiring example of how architecture and sustainable technology combine in raising living standards, as well as environmental consciousness. [Photos by: Bruce Damonte]

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Painting the walls might be the easiest way to add green to the bedroom along with bedding and accessories in matching hue, but think beyond the obvious if you want a truly captivating room. Painting the ceiling in green can be a fun alternative and by leaving the walls white, you will still have a neutral and versatile backdrop that will beautifully showcase wall art and sculptural décor additions. And for those who really want a personalized solution, mixing different shades to come with your own custom green hue is indeed an exciting and enjoyable alternative. This will assure that you are proud owner of a one-of-a-kind bedroom with a shade of green that you came up with.

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The terms ‘contemporary’ and ‘modern’ are often used interchangeably when describing design. It’s a common faux pas and one of which this writer is certainly guilty. In design lexicon the two words have contrasting and quite distinct meanings. Describing their difference at a somewhat rudimentary level: contemporary makes reference to the present-day – that which is current and of the time – whereas modern alludes to the past, specifically that of Modernism (post the First World War) and mid-20th century modern design and architecture.

 Luxurious New York Penthouse On Tribeca’s Duane Street

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Luxurious New York City residences tend to break the limits of interior design and expand the knowledge of space composition and use of materials. This glamorous penthouse apartment at 142 Duane Street in Tribeca was created for those in love with spacious, carefully designed residential spaces with fantastic views of the city’s skyline. The most imposing space in the penthouse apartment is definitely the light-flooded double-height living and dining room with a superb skylight hovering above the half stone half timber wall. The luxurious New York penthouse is reached via a private elevator and the space opens up to allow a seamless transition from entertaining to relaxation spaces. Four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms offer the much needed privacy, and the rest of the spaces convey an inviting feeling of comfort. An open kitchen and a 400 bottle walk-in wine cellar quenches the thirst and soothes the soul, while the beautifully landscaped private rooftop terrace offers clarity moments and panoramic views of the city. Offered at $19.5 million, the elegant New York penthouse suite can be bought from here…

 How to Photograph Interiors Like a Professional

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The New York Institute of Photography claims that “a room is merely a shell, its appearance is an afterthought at best. Therefore most people never give much thought to making a room the the subject of a photograph. That is a mistake.” Interiors are great subjects to photograph for a myriad of reasons. A photograph can serve to capture a memory of one’s youth whether for oneself or for one’s children. It can also be used to capture furnishings and artwork for insurance purposes, or for the sale of one’s home.
Talk to a professional interiors photographer and he will tell you to walk around your room, shoot the back, shoot the front, point the camera up slightly and then point the camera down slightly. You will be advised to, whenever possible, try to include the floor. Rooms without floors often create a floating and unsettled feeling. Many photographers believe that it’s important to get down on your knees and shoot from there.
They say that angle offers the more complementary and inviting photograph.Your picture should tell a story. While you capture the essence of the room as a whole, do not be afraid to zoom in and focus on the smaller details, the vignettes created on coffee tables, bedside tables, dressers and bar carts. Keep shooting. You really can never take too many pictures.
Another thing that photographers will tell you is to use natural lighting whenever possible. You will, however,  want to stay away from an overly bright window as it can lead to problems with exposure and white balance. Another pointer is to keep the window off to the side. If too much light is coming inside, draw the curtains or shades. Never photograph into the light, but bright light in the background is superior to indoor lighting. You may want to shoot your room at various points throughout the day to see which lighting is best.
A general rule of thumb is that Eastward rooms should be taken in the morning and Westward in the afternoon.Rooms with Northern and Southern exposure should be taken when the rooms are their brightest. It’s best not to shoot on a dark and dreary day. If rain is in the forecast, try putting off the shoot, if at all possible, until the sun begins to shine again.
For a gentler, softer light you may prefer to photograph your room at dawn or dusk when the sun is just rising or just about to set. A sunset can make for a magnificent interior photograph. If a flash is necessary, if you’re photographing at night or on a darker day, use a flash that has an adjustable head and point it up toward the ceiling to bounce the light from there to create a more diffused light.
You will need to find your focus within the frame and to determine what is it that you are photographing.  What’s your subject? Is it the way the room is layed out? Is is the fireplace or the framed Matisse over the large turquoise couch? Perhaps the old Grand Steinway standing gracefully in the corner commands your attention. Once you’ve found your focus you’ll need to remove extraneous accessories and clutter.  Ao good photograph always tells a story.
A few accessories, perhaps a few pillows on the couch, a candelabra or some photographs in silver frames sitting elegantly on the oversized black piano, can add just enough detail to tell your story without distracting one’s eye from the subject at hand. Shoot both landscape and portrait. One may tend to shoot in landscape mode, but portrait mode can make a photograph much more dramatic and powerful.
Even the most tastefully done interiors need to be decluttered and streamlined for a good photograph. Look all around at what is distracting to the eye. If you’re photographing a home office, for example, look to remove cords, excessive telephones and hardware. Writing supplies should be removed or stored and displayed at minimum.
Remove the waste baskets, figurines and anything that seems to distract from the focal point. The desk area should be clean and clutter-free. Tasteful accent pieces such as a small vase of tulips or a picture frame can enhance the quality of the photograph.In the kitchen remove large and cumbersome electrical gadgets and replace with large bowls of fresh fruit to add color and a lived in feel. Make sure all countertops and cabinets are as clean as can be.
If linens are to be photographed make sure they are cleaned, and if possible ironed. In a bedroom, make sure the bed is well made and that the pillows are fluffed and perfectly lined up. Make sure that picture frames are all hanging as straight as possible. A crooked piece of artwork can be terribly distracting. Remove all clutter from your bedside table and replace with a small bud vase, and a book. You’ll notice that when photographing interiors less is more!
What is it that you are trying to capture? What is it that you find interesting about your space. You may want to walk around the room and shoot it from as many angles as possible. Perhaps your original vision doesn’t capture as well as another. Take as many pictures as you can. The more pictures you take the better the chance you’ll find a shot that is truly spectacular.  It is not always necessary to capture the entire room. Sometimes a photograph is more powerful when part of the room is left out of the picture.
Zoom in and zoom out. You will be amazed at how different your space will look from different focal points. As you select your space try to capture the emotion you are trying to create. Are you selling a home? Are you a designer who is trying to showcase your best work? Find the space and the angle that will best capture your message.
You want your interior to looked lived in, not vacant and not cluttered. You want to tell a story through your photograph and the best way to do this is to stage your space with the proper tools and accessories. For ideas look to magazines and catalogues or peruse the interiors here at our site!
Invest in a good camera. A good camera and a good lens will make all the difference. A good eye is one thing but you want your focus to be as clear as possible. You want your colors and lighting to be as true and accurate as possible. A basic point and shoot or your iPhone simply won’t cut it here. There are many wonderful digital SLRs out there that are quite affordable. A wide angle lens, not a fisheye, is really necessary for shooting interiors, for capturing the essence of the scene.
However, the wider the lens the greater the barrel distortion, so you don’t want that either. Once you’ve taken your pictures and downloaded them to your computer you can play around with them on some free photo editing sites like PicMonkey and Picasa, FotoFlexer, iPiccy to name a few. For more extensive  editing capabilities you may want to buy a basic version of Photoshop.
Pick up some home decor magazines, or browse this site! Take a look at how the professionals do it. As with any field there are certain tastes and styles that professionals have. The more pictures you can look at the more you will know what appeals to you. Take this knowledge with you and start shooting like a professional.
As with anything, practice makes perfect. Perhaps initially you won’t have many favorite photographs to choose from, but the more you get out there and take pictures the better you will become and the more pleased you will be with your products. You really can never take too many pictures!
Finally, have fun!

 Contemporary Residence In Switzerland Delivering Majestic Views: Villa Lugano

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Designed by Angelo Pozzoli, Villa Lugano in Switzerland is integrated in a hillside landscape, overlooking the lake and the magnificent landscape beyond. The three-level home in reinforced concrete features an array of open spaces, optimizing the connection with the outdoors. Terraces, balconies, and footbridges keep the interiors permanently connected to the magic of Lake Lugano. Rectangular volumes combine to create a massive home design, one that adds a highly contemporary feel to this city area.
Commanding views of the landscape, plenty of natural light and an overwhelming feeling of space are probably the main assets of this home in Switzerland. The designers employed a blend of intriguing textures for the interior scheme, while keeping the focus beyond the glass walls of the house. Linking all three levels, the spiral staircase in the center of the residence makes a powerful visual statement. Be sure to have a look at two other inspiring architecture projects in the area- an original glass residence by Italian firm JM Architecture and House Lombardo by Philipp Architekten, both featured on our site a while back. [Photography credits: Giovanni de Sandre]

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Benches can be great for increasing storage space, given that you can find options that come with cubbies, shelves, and drawers. Check out this bench from Porch.com that has lots of room for extra towels. Another bench featured again on BHG has a drawer pullout where you can store all your accessories. Everyone knows standing up in the shower is the norm, but if you have a disability, or if you just want to safely be able to wash the soles of your feet, a bench in the shower can really help! Keep that in mind for your next shower remodel. Here’s a beautiful marble bench that extends from the subway tile in this shower, featured on BHG. You can get really creative with built-in shower benches by using different types and colors of material, like this example of a black tiled shower from Carla Aston. Or why not just keep it subtle? Extend the tile to include the bench, like this white and pink bathroom featured on BHG.

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Adding green to the bedroom is easy if you already have a muted color scheme going in the room. It is a color that works beautifully with the likes of white, gray and even brown. While the yellowy-greens add warmth to the bedroom, the blue-tinged variants bring a touch of coolness along with a vibrant ambiance. Here is a pick of 25 gorgeous bedrooms that incorporate green in a gorgeous fashion.

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