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 Sculptural Chair Design Adding Cheerfulness to Modern Interior Schemes

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The mere sight of this sculptural chair design by Italian product manufacturer Binome inspires cheerfulness and a loose approach to sober modern-life aspects. We love the colorful swing-ring look, as well as its chubby, almost humorous character. The Acari chair proudly displays a  resin rubber base, fiberglass cloth cushions and oak-wood legs. Well rounded and smooth, the tactile base also acts as a powerful back support. Seemingly “skinny”, compared to Acari’s massive body, the four elegant-looking legs can support the weight of each respected family member. Removable cushions as well as back rest were added to the base for extra comfort. Cleaning is done easily: use a wet cloth for the rubbery support and remove the cushions for machine wash. Both the base and cushions come in a variety of colors, making the chair easily adaptable to many contemporary interiors. But the furniture piece was also designed for the outdoors. Spread around the garden, these flashy rounded chairs will add a vibrant atmosphere, suited for private gatherings, as well as large parties…

 Tastefully Renovated 19th Century Apartment Exuding a Classical Eclectic Style

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This former Communist home was renovated by interior designer Judit Koczoh in collaboration with Beck Real Estate Kft to create a beautiful, practical, and energy efficient apartment. There were virtually no original features to be saved due to neglect and destruction during the Communist era. So the designers created this crib from scratch using talented workmen and carpenters and by moving 100 year old ceramic kitchen tiles from another apartment in the same building. The style is classical eclectic, reflecting the belief that renovated apartments in 19th century buildings should respect the aesthetic spirit of that era, while being updating with stronger doses of color in the furniture and accessories.Design was driven by a desire for old world elegance with a dose of color in furniture and accessories to protest against the monochrome sterility of so much modern design. The apartment includes one bedroom, two bathrooms, a very large kitchen and the hallway. Special features include small doses of elegant wall paper in the kitchen next to the entrance and also in the study alcove that is part of the living room. In addition, the designers restored three 1940s armchairs with bold color, two in the living room and one in the bedroom. There is a “green angle” to the apartment. A special emphasis was placed on energy efficiency to minimize CO2 emissions and the cost of living in the flat.  Workmen installed triple-glazed PassivHaus certified windows. These windows keep the apartment warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Since the apartment is air tight to minimize heating costs, the designers installed a PassivHaus ventilation system that brings fresh air into the house 24/7/365, monitors air quality, purifies the air, and maintains humidity at an appropriate level. The power cost is only 7 USD a month. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Roderick Beck]  

 Striking Home Extension Creatively Enhancing a Pavilion-Type Residence in Belgium

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House AND is the result of an inspiring home extension implemented by adn Architectures in Anderlues, Belgium. The residence is one of the many pavilion type homes widely produced in Belgium. According to the architects, the flip-side to the standardization of these houses is a reduction in quality, both in terms of both space and integration to the urban landscape. The 24 square-meter addition draws inspiration from the existing house and creates interesting contrasts: an inverted roof in opposition with the existing traditional one and a wooden structure clashing with the older masonry walls on the site.We love the welcoming feel this place exudes and appreciate the architectural effort in maintaining this serene atmosphere, despite adding a modern construction: “In the end, this extension creates a dialogue between old and new through opposition: a wooden cabin grafted onto the home, a traditional construction attached to the very image of standardized habitat”. The new interior offers a high level of seclusion and plenty of natural light from the side windows and clerestory. How would you comment on the design of this new building? [Photography by: Filip Dujardin ]

 How To Make Your Roof Last For Decades

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 A well-maintained roof is the capping feature of any home. Image Via: Red Leaf Interiors, LLCThe knowledge that you get to come home to a roof over your head is one of the most rewarding parts of being a homeowner. The knowledge that you’ll eventually have to replace that roof, however, is often one of the most daunting. With roof replacement costs averaging nearly $34,500, according to the 2014 Cost VS Value Report, it’s no surprise that most people want their current roof to last as long as possible.Getting a roof to last is easy. All it takes is proper care. By following the right maintenance routine, anyone can keep a roof in great shape. Even if your unsure when it comes to roof care, don’t worry, we’ll walk you through it.We’ve compiled a guide that will help you get your roof in to great shape. Read the post below and work the tips into your home care routine. With just a little extra effort you can make sure that your roof will last for many years to come.No ,matter what type of roof you have, these tips will help you in good shape. Image Via: Abramson Teiger ArchitectsLike any sizable investment, the best way to keep your roof in tip-top shape is by developing an active maintenance routine – and actually following it. While, home maintenance may be the last thing you want to think about on a lazy Saturday, a little TLC will go a long way towards making your roof last for the long haul.The good news is, it doesn’t have to happen every day. Roof care should take place at least twice a year. Make an effort to take a look at your roof once at the beginning of fall and again at the beginning of spring. Think of it this way: the main goal of roof maintenance is to prevent damage by ensuring that moisture can easily travel away from the roof. By doing work in the fall and spring, you’ll know that your roof is prepared for winter storms and heavy summer rains.While you’re up there, you should concentrate on these three tasks, sweeping the roof’s surface free of any debris, clearing any buildup out the gutters and downspouts, and power washing areas that are showing signs of moss growth. Also, keep an eye out for any signs of water penetration or disrepair, as you’ll want to get those things taken care of as soon as possible.Do roof maintenance twice a year to keep it in good shape. Image Via: LeBoeuf Homes, IncYou know the old saying: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”? While those words are good advice for life in general, they hold doubly true when it comes to roof care. Investing a little bit of money in preventative care now will go a long way toward keeping you from having to replace the entire structure later on.First, tackle the attic. You want to make sure that your attic has suitable insulation. A properly laid layer of insulation will help keep your home’s interior temperature more stable, which will prevent water vapor from pooling on the underside of the roof – and help save on heating/cooling costs! Consider adding a layer of vapor retarder underneath the insulation for extra protection.After taking care of the insulation, work on ventilation. Good ventilation will also help prevent water vapor buildup and keep moisture from damaging the roof’s sheathing and rafters. Take a look at your attic’s vents to the outside. Make sure they are completely free of debris and, if necessary, install screens to prevent animals from nesting inside. If your vents seem to be a bit small, think about buying a ventilation fan to guarantee dryness.The last prevention tip is a bit of a no-brainer: Cut away any overhanging tree limbs. No one wants to live with the worry of a branch crashing in the middle of the night, right? Take away the possibility entirely by removing any neighboring branches that look like they could break with a strong gust of wind.Investing in preventative maintenance can help you save big on roof fixes. Image Via: Fluidesign StudioThe best preventive maintenance tip that we can offer luckily costs no money at all. You just need to look at your roof and ceilings! By making an effort to look at your roof regularly you’ll have a better sense of what it looks like when it’s properly maintained and in good shape versus when something is wrong. That sense will help you catch onto problems early and leave you doing small fixes rather than large renovations.Here are a few things you should try and keep an eye out for:Training yourself to pay attention to your roof is easy. Simply make a conscious effort to glance at your roof every day when you get home from work. After few weeks, this action will become habit and you won’t even have to think about it. However, in addition to this, you should also look carefully at your roof after every big rainstorm. Just take a quick walk through all the rooms in your home and around its parameter. Watch out for any signs of external damage or internal leakage. Make a habit of checking your roof so that you’ll be aware of problems earlier. Image Via: Creative ArchitectsWe know that the internet is full of handy DIY guides to get you through any project. We love them. But, your roof is one the few areas where you should really put them aside and hire a professional. Not only is working on a roof a safety risk, but if you’re unsure of what you are doing, you could end up doing more harm than good, structurally speaking.If you don’t already have a roofer in mind, ask friends for recommendations or read online reviews. Take the time to interview a few. You’ll want to focus on a contractor that is insured, can offer you estimates in regards to the price and timeframe for your current job, and will put them in written contract. As always, you should also trust your gut and hire an individual whom you trust.Once you hire someone that you’re happy with, do your best to foster a good working relationship. Pay your bills on time and even consider bringing them out to do a quick inspection on your roof once a year. They can offer you an experienced set of eyes that can pick up potential problems and your continual business will ensure that they’ll want to come out quickly when you do need assistance.It’s always a good idea hire a professional to do your work. Image Via: Kirsten Robertson and Frank PietromonacoNo one wants to be faced with the prospect of putting a new roof on his or her home. While it is, unfortunately, a fate that every homeowner must face, there is a simple solution to buy yourself more time. All you need to do is take care of the roof you already have. Be active when it comes to roof maintenance and make an effort to fix small issues before they grow into big problems. Follow the tips above to help your roof last for decades.Does your family follow a roof maintenance routine? If so, do you have any roof care tips that you love? Share them with us in the comments…

 Handcrafted Walnut Para Hammock Inducing Relaxation and Daydreaming

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From time to time, we like to integrate a relaxation-inducing post on our site, to help you remember to unwind. Designed by Chaffee Graham of 4th Period Woodshop, the Para Hammock is a highly welcoming, tension-relieving furniture piece. The unconventional swing is made using over 700 pieces of Walnut that are all connected in an integrated and flexible grid via a Para cord. Flexing walnut tiles provide ultimate comfort and relaxation. Each piece is handcrafted one by one, providing value and diversity.The hammock is especially treated and finished to be outdoors and resist all types of weather. Place it between two powerful trees and enjoy a state of relief. Dreaming of a mesmerizing escape? Let this swinging hammock slowly take you away in one gentle, lazy afternoon. Aside from being the perfect place to take a nap or read a book, the Para Hammock is also a beautiful addition to any home or backyard. How would you comment on the overall design of this outdoor hammock? [Photos and information provided via e-mail by 4th Period Woodshop]

 Bungalow Makeover in Québec With Large Openings: Lausanne House Project

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Lausanne House project is the architectural equivalent of bungalow renovation in Québec, Canada. Opting for a sober and elegant exterior, Hatem+D Architecture installed a cover of pale grey wood at the level of the main block and a mixture of fibrocement and black bricks. A second floor was added, which accommodates three large bedrooms. According to the architects, landscaping was thought to preserve most of the existing elements. Rocks discovered during the works were moved in various places on the site. Additionally, three mature trees were preserved, their foliage allowing a play of shadow and light on the facades.Aside from requesting a face-lift for the bungalow, the owners wanted a place filled with natural light, as well as large openings to enjoy their landscaped terrain. Therefore, the living and dining room both open to the terrace through generously-sized glass doors. Moreover, “a passageway was added in front of the residence and makes the link between this volume and the new garage. The hallway, generous and open, throws a great deal of light at the heart of the project.” Enjoy the virtual tour! [Photographs: Alexandre Guilbeault]

 Extravagant Star Wars House With Control Room For A Jedi

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Referencing the cult saga Star Wars, South Korean architectural bureau Moon Hoon Landdesigned and implemented Star Wars House, a futuristic building with a flashy character. Its name and design are driven from the the childhood dream of the owner- that of someday becoming an astronaut. The irregular-shaped dwelling is located in a calm suburb and answers the need for peaceful living, in a time when more and more families in South Korea tend to move away from the crowded and polluted metropolises. A small footprint leaves enough space for gardening and outdoor relaxation areas.An extravagant addition to its neighborhood, the project features concrete walls, large windows displayed both horizontally and vertically and beveled grooves in the facades, inspired by futuristic space ships. The Star Wars is composed of three levels, two of which are condensed below, while the upper story contains an open play room for the children. Architect Moon Hoon describes the top level as “a place high up that could be a control room for the future Darth Vader or a Jedi.”  This special themed playground also comes with a secret room and a small slide…

 Threshold Between the City and the Mountain Park: Syncline House in Colorado

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Conceived as a threshold between the city and the mountain park, the massive Syncline House developed by Arch11 near Boulder, Colorado is a modern living retreat. The residence was especially envisioned for an entrepreneurial and professional rock climbing couple who simply wanted a place where they could leave the city behind. Throughout the planning process, the architects had to overcome many challenges related to both the construction site and materials employed. To support an envelope comprised of 50% glazing for example, a structural steel frame was used in place of traditional stick framing throughout the home. An interplay between openness and privacy dictated the overall design strategy. “The house is a threshold between both the cultural and geologic creases: one between the domestic and the feral, the other between horizontal and vertical.  As the entry opens to the living spaces the apertures transform in scale to reveal the expansive landscape in its entirety. At the southwest corner thirty feet of glass retracts into the walls, dissolving the boundary between the domestic and the wild; the living spaces are then bounded only by the uplifted cliffs beyond. Reciprocally, the native meadow to the west folds onto the garage roof providing easy outdoor access for visiting guests in the house’s guest suite”. The east wall remains closed, allowing only privileged, controlled views and light from the clerestory above. [Photography courtesy of  Arch11]

 Why Our Brains Love Symmetry in Design

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Use balance to help bring a balanced look to your interiors. Image Via: Culligan Abraham ArchitectureWe all know an example of good interior design when we see it. In fact, most of us can make that judgment almost instantly. Have you ever wondered why that ability seems to come to us so instinctually, even though we may not be professional interior designers?It all has to do with symmetry, or a sense of balance, that has been achieved within a space. Symmetrical design cues effect our subconscious, even when they are too subtle to be consciously acknowledged with our first glance. All of us are drawn to balanced images and tend to think them more aesthetically pleasing than their off-kilter counterparts.As for why we love symmetrical spaces so much, you’ll have to read on to find out. Plus, you’ll discover how to bring a harmonious feel into your own interiors, regardless of your personal style. Check it out.Keep your spaces even to make them aesthetically pleasing. Image Via: Frank de Biasi InteriorsThe answer is simple: We love balance because it is right in front of us. The next time you look at your body in the mirror, imagine drawing a line directly down the middle, splitting yourself in half at the navel. Odds are, you’ll find your right and left halves to be fairly symmetrical.However, we aren’t the only creatures who are inherently balanced. Scientists have found that a closely mirroring ratio – often dubbed The Golden Mean – of 1:1.61 that occurs over and over again in nature. Not only do our bodies meet these proportions, but so do the curvature of seashells, the formation of clouds, and even the circular pattern of our universe.Since this type of balance is so familiar in our lives, it is easier for our brains to process. Symmetrical interiors are often viewed as more restful and peaceful than their artistically asymmetrical counterparts because we don’t have to work as hard to figure out the use and flow of the space.When you are designing your interiors, consider the mood that you are trying to achieve in your space. If you want your home to feel like an oasis away from the outside world, balance is key.Balance is especially important in spaces where you want a restful feel. Image Via: Terrat Elms Interior DesignOf course, when it comes to interior design, balance doesn’t just have to refer to a line that’s been drawn directly down the middle. No, that would get boring pretty fast. Instead, interior designers have come up with a few ways to achieve a symmetrical feel in a space while still maintaining the visual interest. Check them out:When trying to decide what type of balance to employ in your spaces, first consider the how much room you have to work with. Rotational and transitional do well in large, open areas like foyers and expansive dining rooms, but can feel overwhelming if there is too much repetition crammed into a small area. In tight spaces, reflection symmetry and asymmetry are your best bets since they often feature simpler designs.Rotational symmetry will lend an intimate feel to your dining table. Image Via: Moeski Design AgencyLuckily, you don’t need to be a professional to create balance within your interiors. Anyone can bring a harmonious feel to their space by taking these three things into account:When all else fails, take a step back – literally. As you are designing your interiors, remember to occasionally step outside of the current detail you are working on and view the space as a whole. When you view the room from an outsider’s prospective, you should instantly be able to get a sense of its balance. If things aren’t symmetrical enough for you, keep tweaking the positioning of your design elements until you achieve a flow that feels right.Don’t be afraid to tweak your furniture placement to make them appear more harmonious. Image Via: Fanny Zigdon InteriorsUsually when it comes to interior design, personal style is a big point of contention. Some people love the lavish feel of ornate interiors while others consistently find themselves drawn to a more modern aesthetic. It may seem like these two camps will never find common ground, however when it comes to a fundamental design principle like balance, necessity begets personal preference.Here’s the deal: No room would be complete without a certain amount of symmetrical concentration. Could you image a room where a cabinet was placed dead center in the room with a sofa pushed off into one corner an a painting skewed on the opposite wall? What a mess!Think of balance as a useful tool in creating the framework of your interior design. Then imagine your personal style elements as the filling that fleshes the room out and makes it uniquely your own.  That pair of lamps to decorate your bedside tables will look just as even weather they sport Asian influence or a classical marble flair.Whether your style is more modern or traditional, use symmetry to make your design pop. Image Via: Streeter & Associates, Inc.As far as the world of interior design is concerned, balance is key. Our brains find it pleasing and, as a result, we tend to rank symmetrical spaces as more attractive. Follow the tips above as you work on the rooms in your own home. By incorporating balance into the framework of your design, you can create a space that everyone will find pleasing, regardless of their favorite style. Your friends and family will be asking for your secret weapon. We won’t tell, if you don’t!How do you feel about symmetrical designs? Do you actively try to bring balance to the rooms in your home? How? Share your tips with us in the comments…

 Scandinavian One-Room Apartment Exuding Great Taste and Peaceful Living

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Open the door to this lovely Scandinavian one-room apartment in the center of Gothenburg and you will soon realize there is something special about how it feels. Despite a relatively small surface of 50 square meters, this is a dream home for anyone in search of a quiet and elegant place to live. Because of the impressive ceiling height, a studio-feel is induced; the open floor plan invites to both socializing and relaxation. Three generously-sized windows in a row ensure that enough natural lighting gets through. During long Swedish nights, original light fixtures make up for those gentle sun rays. From the living room, there is a ladder hinting the way towards a comfy suspended bed. The large, open kitchen makes the apartment perfect for those who love to cook. There is plenty of space for friends around the minimalist wooden table and the cabinets go all the way up to the ceiling, ensuring an optimum amount of storage. The bathroom is comfortable and nicely decorated with a shower, a wash-stand, wall cabinet and wall-hung toilet. Discovered by our site on Alvhem, this charming one-room Swedish crib is the result of a complete renovation that took place a few years back. Turn of the century details were preserved throughout the apartment, increasing its appeal. 

 Two-Level Courtyard and Garden Dream Home in Mexico City

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Spreading over 650 square meters, this imposing dream home rises in Mexico City, promises this bustling urban community a modern take on possible lifestyles. Known as Casa Sierra Leona, the home in the colonia Lomas de Chapultepec, just outside Mexico City, has risen is the shape of a modern juxtaposition of volumes. Greenery rising up the walls in the garden creates an ever uplifting feeling of freedom. Floor-to-ceiling windows opening the interiors to the outdoors bomb the eye with inspiring green surroundings that help protect privacy.
A brainchild of José Juan Rivera Río, this wonderful dream home in Mexico City is raised 2,5 meters above street level, encouraging architects to come up with a creative solution to increase space and functionality inside and out. This is how the home was given a courtyard in front and a garden behind. Those who want a dream home in Mexico City will be thrilled to see the interiors unfolding in photos by Nasser Malek Hernández. Seeing Casa Sierra Leona under both natural light during the day and carefully artificial, we can imagine how it would feel like to live there.
Concrete, glass and steel were used to build the frame in which quality materials take central stage. Blurred lines between the interior and exterior create a natural flow through the spaces, up, down and side to side. The flat roof and this wonderful volumetric architecture was inspired by the 1960s modernism. Including a basement accessed from the front facade and leading to the parking lot, this home seems like the perfect solution for urban living in Mexico City. Or maybe you prefer something like this 1960s beach home turned into a spectacular A-Frame residence?

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A vanity bench can always help if you spend a lot of time in the bathroom putting on makeup or doing your hair. Have a look at this incredibly elegant tufted bench from Alice Lane Home that could do the trick. A more compact option is a simple stool, like this gorgeously elegant selection (again from Home Bunch) that matches the style of this bathroom. This vanity from APD Architects actually has its own seated area, with a matching cushioned stool. Even a regular ottoman can work in a bathroom. This one featured on HGTV has a space against a wall right across from the vanity. This next very interesting bench featured on BHG stems out from the vanity beside it, where there’s a window. If the size and architecture of your bathroom make it work, then why not?

 modern small bedroom

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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.

 Striking Glass-Walled Penthouse on Top of Holmenkollen Ski-Jump [Video]

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Dear ski enthusiasts out there, today we would like to provoke you with a question: wouldn’t it be interesting to live in a place as adventurous as skiing itself? Airbnb recently collaborated with interior designers Melissa Hegge and Nina Holst to transform the top of the Holmenkollen ski-jump in Norway into a spectacular glass-walled penthouse apartment. If you are a major ski fan, then you will probably recognize this interior: it is the room where the ski jumpers prepare for flight before their jump during competitions. Be back with more details after this exciting short film about the project:This penthouse was recently the prize in a contest initiated by Airbnb that promised two lucky winners a chance to experience it up close, before regaining its preparing-room purpose. Here is an excerpt from the official description: “The apartment’s floor to ceiling windows give you one of the best views imaginable of Oslo, snow capped mountains and endless forest. Right above you is the highest roof terrace in town, so you can do some serious stargazing as dinner is served. If you’re really lucky, you might even see the Northern Lights.” We love the overall cozy feeling this place exudes and we find its design inspirational. How would you comment on this project idea?

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Contemporary bedrooms are all about a neutral color scheme that is accentuated by pops of color in an elegant fashion. These colorful additions can be often swapped out with ease to alter the appeal of the room and its color palette with changing trends and seasons. While blue is touted as the most popular hue in the bedroom irrespective of style and season, green is the ‘chosen one’ for those who want to bring a hint of natural goodness indoors. Relaxing, elegant, bright and refreshing, it is a pleasant hue that comes in diverse shades ranging from the brilliant jewel-toned emerald to more subtle and modest minty greens.

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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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Contemporary bedrooms are all about a neutral color scheme that is accentuated by pops of color in an elegant fashion. These colorful additions can be often swapped out with ease to alter the appeal of the room and its color palette with changing trends and seasons. While blue is touted as the most popular hue in the bedroom irrespective of style and season, green is the ‘chosen one’ for those who want to bring a hint of natural goodness indoors. Relaxing, elegant, bright and refreshing, it is a pleasant hue that comes in diverse shades ranging from the brilliant jewel-toned emerald to more subtle and modest minty greens.

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There’s nothing quite like an old weathered wooden bench to add some character to almost any bathroom, even if the rest of the room isn’t exactly rustic at all. The State of Things shows a semi-rustic style in this farmhouse bathroom, which obviously works quite well, followed by this more modern and minimalist bathroom featured on Atelierul Decor.

 10 Hidden Dangers Lurking in your Home and How to Fix Them

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We’d never think that our homes could potentially be hazardous – We do the best to ensure that our family and loved ones are safe and sound at all times,  but often the dangers are not visible and lurk where we cannot see them. Some of what you are about to read may be of  no surprise to you at all, but I’ll bet you will discover things in your own home that you had no idea were even remotely dangerous. As I walk you through potential dangers, I will also offer suggestions as to how they can be remedied.
While the paint on our walls can transform a blah space into one that is nothing short of spectacular, we must advise you that your spectacular space could potentially be harmful to your health, and more specifically to the health of your children. If you live in an older home (built or painted before the 1970s) there is likely to be lead-based paint lurking in your walls. Lead, a highly toxic substance when ingested, was banned from paint in 1978 when it became apparent that children were suffering from lead poisoning which gravely affects brain development. There are still, today, a high number of cases of toxic lead poisoning in young children. The preeminent cause is household paint.
Paint, over time, whether naturally or from general wear and tear, chips and peels from walls. These paint chips and particles infiltrate the air and land on surfaces where children walk, play and crawl. These particles or chips end up on little hands and fingers which always end up in children’s mouths. Lead poisoning is a serious matter. If you do live in an older home it is best to test your paint – even through layers, a professional or a home testing kit which is available at your local hardware store – will indicate whether lead paint is present. If it is, please do not take matters into your own hands. Hire a qualified professional to remove all the paint in your home. This is a laborious and time intensive project, but it is a critical one.
When repainting your home, whether or not your home does indeed contain lead based paint, do opt for a low or no VOC paint. VOCs (Volatile Organic Compound) as described by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) “are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. VOCs include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have short- and long-term adverse health effects. Concentrations of many VOCs are consistently higher indoors (up to ten times higher) than outdoors. VOCs are emitted by a wide array of products numbering in the thousands. Examples include: paints and lacquers, paint strippers, cleaning supplies, pesticides, building materials and furnishings, office equipment such as copiers and printers, correction fluids and carbonless copy paper, graphics and craft materials including glues and adhesives, permanent markers, and photographic solutions.” It is therefore imperative that we eliminate VOCs wherever we can. And this includes paint. All top paint manufacturers currently make a no or low VOC paint.
Mold can lurk anywhere especially in those rooms that tend to harbor moisture and humidity such as bathrooms and basements. Mold can cause serious health problems such as allergies and asthma, and when present in a building too long, can cause “sick building syndrome.” The best thing to do is to try to prevent mold from forming by eliminating the moisture in the air. In the bathroom always run a fan or turn on the overhead vent to keep the room as dry as possible.
If needed purchase a dehumidifier and keep one in the basement. Check for leaks in plumbing, air ducts and in the roof. Even the smallest amount of water can cause mold to form and grow in the most unexpected of places. You may want to hire a professional to check your roof and ducts regularly. Bleach kills and prevents the growth of mold spores, so should you see mold start to grow inside your home, in your bathroom or basement, you can easily treat it yourself.
Despite the Clean Water Act, toxins still infiltrate our water systems with everything from discarded pharmaceuticals to radioactive toxins! Older homes may have lead based pipes. The solution to this is not all that difficult. A water filtration system can be added to your water tank or your faucet. You can purchase free-standing models or a pitcher for your refrigerator. Another way to rid the toxins from your water is to run your faucet for 1 minute prior to using the water.  The EPA suggests that you flush your pipes before drinking, and only use cold water for cooking and drinking. The longer your water has been sitting in your home’s pipes, the more lead it may contain. They also suggest to flush your cold water pipes if your faucet has not been used for six hours or longer. While we want to rid our water of these chemicals and toxins, we still need to conserve our water.
Showering, running the dishwasher or the washing machine will also flush the pipes. After this type of heavy water use, make sure you also flush the tap that you will use for drinking or cooking by running the water to clear the rest of the home plumbing to that tap. Furthermore it is important to use only water from the cold-water tap for drinking, cooking, and especially for making baby formula as hot water is likely to contain higher levels of lead. If you opt to use bottled water for drinking water, it is important that you also increase your fluoride intake. Tap water is high in fluoride while bottled water has none. Among children who drank mostly or predominantly bottled water, there was a significant increase in tooth decay compared to those children who drank filtered tap water.
Not only can carpets be a tripping hazard, when not properly tacked down, but they are saturated with chemicals. I bet you never really paid attention to that. Carpets are also havens to dust mites, dander and dirt. It’s important to clean your carpet regularly with a high efficiency vacuum or have it professionally cleaned by an environmentally-friendly cleaning service to ensure that no additional chemicals and toxins are deposited onto your rug. If you plan on replacing your old carpeting, think about replacing it with one made from natural fibers and toxin-free glue. Hardwood floors are a better option but they are not ideal for families with the very young or the elderly.
In the US alone there are over 76 million cases of food borne illnesses a year. These occur mostly because foods are not stored or handled properly. It is imperative that you clean your refrigerator regularly. Make sure all your items are well organized and well marked. Check for expiration dates, bruising and other signs of aged food often. A well organized fridge is a safe one. Keep all raw meats well sealed in plastic and away from produce and cooked meat. Make sure that all your fruits and vegetables are well washed before consumption, not only to eliminate pesticides but to remove any traces of e-coli or salmonella. Make sure your refrigerator is cold enough so that food doesn’t turn and know that a full fridge is actually a more energy efficient one.
Flame retardant chemicals are added to material used on furniture and are highly toxic. These toxins will rub off onto skin and clothing and permeate the air in household dust. When these toxins find their way onto our hands they enter our bodies. The best solution is to buy green, but this is not always possible and the best thing you can do for your own health is to vacuum your furniture regularly to remove these toxins.
Shower curtains, vinyl blinds and wallpaper contain something called phathalates, which are chemicals used to enhance plastic’s flexibility. These toxins are also found in detergents that have “fragrance” in them. This chemical affects the body’s hormone system and is linked to asthma and allergies. When possible use metal, glass, ceramic and wood products in lieu of the plastic. In the case of shower curtains, where there is no substitute, bring new shower curtains outdoors for a day or two before use.
Your non-stick cookware may be easier to cook on and wash but the chemicals found in these pots and pans contain PFCs (Perfluorinated chemicals) that have potential effects on both pre- and postnatal growth. It has been documented in the Journal of the American Medical Association that exposure to these chemicals can contribute to obesity and diabetes. Exposure to these chemicals is associated with impaired hormonal growth. Consider replacing your non-stick pans with stainless steel or cast iron. Do not place non-stick pans in ovens with temperatures exceeding 500 degrees. Use your exhaust fan whenever you cook.
Carbon monoxide is a naturally occurring, odorless, toxic substance emitted when organic fossil fuel is being burned without proper ventilation. Space heaters, gas water heaters, natural gas furnaces, fireplaces, wood burning stoves, automobile exhaust and tobacco smoke all produce carbon monoxide. It’s imperative that you outfit your home with working carbon monoxide detectors. There should be one on every living level as well as in the basement. Your detectors should be tested once a year and batteries checked and replaced regularly. Plants naturally remove airborne toxins from our homes. Healthwise states that the following plants are most effective in removing toxins and improving air quality in your your home: Peace lily, dracaena, chrysanthemum, bamboo palm, golden pothos, English ivy, Chinese evergreen, Areca palm and the rubber plant.
Pests such as termites hide deep within your home’s walls and may be present for months or years before they even get noticed. There are signs to look out for that may indicate a problem. You may notice that your wood is buckling, swelling or rotting. You may notice piles of sand, dirt or dust piled up near a wall or on the floor. You may see an actual hole in the wall. If you suspect that your home has termites you will need to hire an inspector. Termites are never alone, and like bees and ants, live and work in colonies. They can be highly destructive. A qualified inspector will confirm and kill the termite colony and maintain your property to ensure that termites do not reappear…

 Kitchen Cabinet Ideas for a Modern, Classic Look

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Your kitchen cabinets set the stage for the styling and look of your kitchen, as well as how well organized your kitchen necessities are. But the latest in kitchen cabinet ideas and design trends can be tricky, since certain trends look dated after several years.
Replacing your kitchen cabinets are a big investment, so making the right choice is key to enjoying a beautiful up-to-date kitchen for many years. We looked at the latest kitchen cabinet ideas and analyzed function, beauty and if the trend has the potential to be fresh but timeless. Here’s our favorite eight kitchen cabinet ideas that are classics and will be on trend for years.
For a contemporary kitchen, forgo traditional cabinets in the darker-stained wood tones and go with color. Color cabinets are a great way to add personality to a kitchen. The best part is that certain painted cabinets can be repainted as needed without having to replace them. The boldest color choices today are not necessarily bright yellow or saturated primary colors. Today’s neutral colors make a big, modern-yet-classic statement like:
–grey–blue–white–taupe
Wood will always be a highly sought after kitchen cabinet material. For a fresh update to wood cabinets, consider exotic woods that have striped grain to them. The stripes will add texture and visual interest to your cabinetry.
Add high gloss to your list of kitchen cabinet ideas. They’re easy to keep clean using a soft, damp rag, enhance color and wood grain by saturating the tones and brighten the kitchen, thanks to their reflective surface.
Avoid the builder-grade cabinet look by getting creative with your cabinet choices. Go with a two-tone effect in your kitchen by selecting one of two approaches to get the look:
High and low two-tone effect. Use one color on your lower cabinets and a different color on your upper cabinets. To create a fresh, lasting look, stick to complementary colors. If you find that you’re color-challenged, use a deeper, richer shade on the lower cabinets, and a much lighter shade of the same color or white for the top cabinets.
Actual two-tone. Instead of mixing and matching color cabinets, select cabinets that have a two-tone look to them. Careful with choosing cabinets in a repeating two-tone effect — they may look too busy. Our favorite, contemporary look that will withstand the test of time involves two-tone cabinets that are one color for the actual cabinets and doors, with a second color around the exterior frame.
For some unique, high-design kitchen cabinet ideas, look for rustic kitchen cabinets. The juxtaposition of rustic cabinetry with the latest appliances and contemporary counters and touches creates a warm and inviting, modern kitchen space.
Whitewashed wood has been making the rounds at the top European kitchen design shows for years. The effect lightens the color of the wood grain and adds a high-end look to your wood cabinets all while looking fresh and modern today and in ten years.
The contemporary effect of floating cabinets makes a kitchen space memorable. Floating lower cabinets showcases your flooring while opening the space up. The look is surprisingly functional and ergonomic, since a cabinet’s storage area near the floor is often hard to access or difficult to use for those with back problems. To showcase floating cabinets, add lighting beneath them to cast a contemporary vibe and glow.
Going green is here to stay. And nothing says green like solid, low-VOC bamboo cabinets. Because bamboo grows so quickly, installing bamboo cabinets means less deforestation of the environment. Look for high quality, solid bamboo cabinets (instead of ply or veneer) and ask for recommendations from friends. Bamboo is harder than Oak. Your bamboo cabinets will look as good as new for years to come…

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