Garú Apartment: Modern São Paulo Home In Wood And Concrete

Creating a relaxing and energizing living environment for a retired couple in Guarujá, Brazil, Estúdio BRA use both color and texture to transform a previously uninspiring apartment. With an area of just 96 square meters, the apartment does not really overwhelm you with sweeping spaces. It is for this reason that the architects opted for an open plan living that contains the new kitchen, dining and living area placed in a linear and uncomplicated manner. Different colors have been used for different rooms of the home to delineate space without putting in physical barriers. Read More

An Organized Welcome: DIY Entryway Benches With Space-Savvy Brilliance

First impressions are often the best and it is no different in case of your home. The entryway, no matter how small it is, can set the mood and the design palette for the rest of your house. It can create a space that is versatile, elegant and gives you ample room for shoes, coats and a comfy seat. Making all this and a whole lot more possible is the modern entryway bench. Benches in the entry come in a wide range of shapes and finishes and it is often the style of the room and the available space that define your choice. Giving you more design flexibility in this regards are DIY entryway benches that are both affordable and eco-friendly. Read More

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North Penn House By Deborah Berke Partners

Deborah Berke Partners has been on the top of my list for a long time. Through a chain of clicking links I came back to their site again and found the North Penn House and was instantly engaged. The long low silhouette of the house juxtaposed by the rolling earth is picturesque. The house hosts many elements from mid century and international style homes that I love. The amount of glass allows plenty of light to fill the interior spaces. The use of wood on the interior walls provides warmth. The drama created by the slopping hills towards the back of the house is incredible. Read More

22 Cool Remodeling Projects To Make Your Home Amazing



People all want their home to be stylish, up to date and a reflection of their personality. Remodeling is an inevitable process that allows you to achieve your dream home. Remodeling can cost a lot, but if you have the right tricks and creative hacks, the remodeling can be bearable money-wise. There are plenty of […]

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10 Things To Do With The Empty Space Over Your Bed

You’ve got the perfect headboard and bedding set up. But does your bedroom still feel a little … vanilla? The large and empty wall area over your bed is probably the reason something’s missing. It’s not easy to decorate the area over your bed — it’s a long and sometimes narrow area. Here are some easy ways you can take your bedroom wall decorating to the next level. Read More

19 Amazing DIY Tree Log Projects For Your Garden



Tree logs and fallen tree trunks are great materials for nature-inspired garden decorations. They will add rustic touch to your garden and will be also fabulous centerpieces for garden landscaping. So if you have some tree logs laying around your home, you should make good use of them in a creative way. 1. Big Sliced […]

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Delightful DIY Valentine’s Day Ideas For Teens To Fall In Love With!

The weekend is almost upon us and you can sense the love in the air. No, it is not just about the weekend alone and usual relaxed time that you have. This time around, it is the weekend that leads to Valentine’s Day and as fate would have it, this year the day of love comes smack bang in the middle of the week. For some that means pushing the celebrations to the weekend next and for others, it could well be on the 14th itself. It all depends on your plans and how much time and budget you have at your disposal. But when you are teen, you have all the time in the world for love! Read More

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Palm Springs Modernism By Walter White

Palm Springs Modernism imagined by Walter S. White who worked with Frank Lloyd Wright, Albert Frey and Rudolf Schindler designed this home in 1956. The house is currently on the market. The one element that caught my attention right away and just happens to not be part of the architecture is the landscaping. When I think of a home out in the desert, an abundance of greenery is not what comes to mind. The modern landscaping takes the whole experience to the next level. The property is listed on the National Historic Register and is arguably one of the more important pieces of architecture in the Coachella Valley. Read More