Ro House: Stunning Series Of Covered Terraces Usher In Green Freshness

Pachuca is the largest city of the Mexican state of Hidalgo and is set in a small valley surrounded by picturesque mountains on all sides. It is these unique geographical conditions that end up shaping the breathtakingly beautiful Ro House and its exceptional series of covered terraces. Chilly mountain air descends down to the valley from the lofty peaks each afternoon, turning the prospect of an open, outdoor garden into an impossibility. To get around this problem Aarón Carrillo Díaz decided to bring the greenery indoors along with the sight of the open sky and plenty of natural light and sweeping terraces. Read More

27 Halloween Kids Crafts That Are More Cute Than Spooky

Fall is here and this means Halloween is getting ever so close. It is that time of year when all things orange, black and white come out and is the perfect time of the year to get crafty with your little ones. Halloween gives the perfect opportunity to find crafts for your kids to get […]

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A Vibrant Kitchen By Sebastien Boucquey For Jo-A

Have a look at this Vibrant Kitchen by Sebastien Boucquey, a wooden kitchen that proves once again wood can be contemporary and fit any modern type of interior.
Decades have passed since kitchens were supposed to be that boring place intended only for cooking! This area of a home doesn’t need to look dull and boring anymore, or just serve its function. Nowadays its a space built to enhance your home and offer, other then functionality, an extra space for relaxation. Read More

Inventive Modern House Brings Green Goodness To Urban Landscape

It is barely surprising news to know that we are increasingly moving away from nature and are stuck in a world dominated by concrete, glass, cement and stone. The urban landscape has barely any space for nature at its vibrant best. Attempting to correct this anomaly and bringing a pocket of vibrant green to the sprawling cityscape of Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam is the gorgeous Stacked Planters House designed by VTN Architects. Part of a creative initiative dubbed ‘House for Trees’ by the eco-friendly folk at VTN, this exquisite green house has been crafted using terrazzo, glass and concrete. Read More

Trend Spotting: Create A Soothing Home Office With Pastels

Pastel colors are inherently soothing and create an atmosphere of pleasant tranquility. Maybe pastels remind of a being a kid and bring back some cherished memories. Maybe it is simply the effect of these light and gentle hues on our general personality. Maybe it is because they have an undeniable touch of femininity about them. Irrespective of the reason, pastel hues give an interior calming and charming ambiance. It is a look that fits in perfectly with the needs of a modern home office – a space that needs to be serene, stylish and productive. Bringing both these elements together seems all too obvious! Read More

5 Back To School Organization Ideas For Your Home

It’s back to school time and life gets hectic again. Want to do things differently this year to cut out some of the time wasters and stress? Here are five back to school organization ideas that will help you keep your home organized and running smoothly. Read More

Colors Of Fall: How To Paint Your Door In Bright Orange

Fall is officially here and with it the colors outside are changing as well. Each year, we have our own list of fabulous hues that top the trends chart for the season. But the one constant in it all is orange – in its many, infinite shades. Sometimes it might orange with a bit of reddish glint and on other occasions it could be burnt orange with its matte finish. Irrespective of the change in hue, tint and shade, orange is undoubtedly a constant when it comes to ‘cool fall colors’. 2017 is obviously no different and as you start looking for ways in which you can bring home some orangey spunk, we have a great idea for you to try out – a bright and striking orange door. Read More

Wood, Hallway Console With Coat Hanger From Tonin Casa

The hallway is the first impression that visitors will have of a home, and Wood hallway console is specially designed for homeowners that think about decorating this area in a special way. Usually hallways were empty spaces that do not look very inviting for guests, but that fact started to change when the idea of decorating hallways first showed up. After all, why decorate every space of your home, but leave empty the space that builds a first impression? Read More


Mid Century By Evans Woollen III

Evans Woollen III designed this mid century home located in Indianapolis, Indiana. I can’t help but love this house, terrazzo floors, flat roof, and walls of glass are just a few elements that make me want to live there. The main living space is huge and open. It is obvious that the current owners have some nice taste in furniture and art, reminds me of my house, almost maximalism. The back of the house boasts a wall of glass that floods the house with natural light. I didn’t post any pictures of the kitchen and a couple of the bathrooms as I think they need a little renovation. Overall great house and on the market! Read More