How To: 8 Alternate Wall Covering Ideas For Renters

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If you rent, chances are that you’re not painting walls, adding wallpaper or getting real in depth with your interior design choices. You’re likely buying cool furniture pieces, funky artwork and fun throw pillows to make up for whatever lack of color is happening elsewhere. But there’s something to be said about walls with a little…

Kitchen Design: 15 Dark Cooking Spaces

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Kitchen trends of today lean more in favor of the light and bright, clean white spaces for cooking and prepping meals. While we are all for the stark white spaces of 2013, there’s still another very viable option for a cooking space and it happens to be the opposite on the color spectrum. Darker counterparts for…

20 Lush Conservatory Styled Interiors

Posted 1 year ago by

In areas where having a garden isn’t feasible year round, it can be nice to have an interior space that is seemingly outdoors in style, materials and overall feel. Sunrooms have been around for quite some time, and while they were quite popular in Europe and in the 1960s, the solarium style space has a classic…

Product Guide: 7 Usefully Simple Floating Desks

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Having an additional room for an office isn’t really feasible when you’ve got a small space to live in or share with others like many families around the world too. While it’s nice to have a dedicated space to work, it’s also great to just have a temporary solution that doesn’t take a whole lot of…

20 Dreamy Organized Kitchen Pantries

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Kitchen design isn’t always about cabinet style and granite color, but there are some more functional questions that can be answered when putting together storage space. Pantries are the mecca of organization for some people and we can see why. Having a centrally located place to put all of your dry food storage and even have…

America Made From 1,000′s of Burning Matches For Art Installation

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French artist Claire Fontaine has created some unusual art pieces throughout her time as an artist. With her uncanny sight and talent, Fontaine has been traveling with a few art pieces to display at numerous gallery installations and exciting areas of the globe. Her “America (Burnt/Unburnt) work has been showcased in areas like Portland, where she…

How To: Stage Your Home To Sell Fast With These 5 Tips

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Selling your home can be a stressful task in itself, and even more so if you are still residing in a home that is on the market. While there are some tried and true tips for keeping a clean home while it is being shown, there are also some staging guidelines that are great for helping…

Giant Cave Monastery of Cairo, Egypt

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Gorgeous churches and monasteries exist all over the world in abundance, but this is the first and largest place of worship we have run across in a cave. The Cave Church of St. Simon in Mokattam, Egypt, is a beautiful work of natural architecture and offers up a place for the Zabbaleen people to practice their…

Art of Seduction Glass Rings by Merve Kahraman

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Having some great stemware is one of those things that you truly get to revel in every once in awhile. There are also some perfectly quirky goods that you’ll want around for a tasting party or other event where conversation pieces are the main focus. Student Merve Kahraman has been noted for the “Art of Seduction”…

20 Restful Porch and Garden Swing Inspirations

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The end of summer is upon us, and while the weather is starting to cool down a bit we are trying to spend every last bit of time outdoors. Of course the usual activities apply, but for those balmy nights or thunderstorm days you may want a nice place to swing and relax. Gardens, screened porches,…