Small Home Interior Designs

Small Home Interior Designs
Small Home Interior Designs

Best Interior Design 2011

Best Interior Design 2011
Best Interior Design 2011

English Country Rooms

For this Pink Saturday's participants, just click on the logo below and go to Beverly's Blog where you'll see all the participants. It's my favorite thing to do on Saturday, and Beverly is just a sweet person to know.

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For Pink Saturday I'm going to show a painting a dear sweet friend of mine painted and I bought a couple of years ago. She has gifted me with several of her beautiful roses paintings also. She does beautiful work. Her name is Lorena. I believe she incorporated pink into the Christmas stocking in a dazzling way. Just love it!

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The holiday season is almost over, and it's calmed down here quite a bit, so I'd like to try and get back on track with blogging. I spent the Friday before Christmas in bed and didn't get out until Sunday night when Love Bunny cooked the whole turkey dinner for me. We believe I got food poisoning from a bad jar of salad dressing I used on tuna salad a few days before. I'm fine now though. And his dinner was superb. I did mash the potatoes for him however.

I'm sick to death of food at the moment. I ate my way through about 2 boxes of chocolates, a pumpkin roll a friend surprised me with (DELICIOUS!), numerous Milky Way Simply Caramel bars, cinnamon rolls, a Dutch apple pie, a pumpkin pie, Coldstone Creamery LARGE (Is that one called Gotta Have It?) chocolate ice cream dish, Olive Garden Black Tie Mousse pie, Applebee's Triple Chocolate Overload cake, pumpkin cookies, a popcorn and nut mix with chocolate drizzle, a cake that sent my taste buds into survival mode with all the sugar in the frosting and a Jack in the Box Chocolate overload cake also. My sugar level is right up there with the National Debt, trust me.

So with that being said, let's view some pictures of some English homes I love. I incorporate English, a touch of French, Traditional, Romantic, Shabby, Chic and a bit of ME thrown into the mix in my decorating. I always have thrown in a bit of ME, but certainly over the years my styles have changed. Just view the rooms without me saying too much about them. Pictures speak louder than my words ever could.





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And just for your information, I'll have more pictures this week with more thoughts on 24 and Jack Bauer very soon. ;-)
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Home Interior Designs

Home Interior Designs
Home Interior Designs

Living Room Art

Living Room Art
Living Room Art

Carlton Shores

As you know from Monday's post, we are up for a Reader's Choice Award as part of the Detroit Home Design Awards with our residential design called Carlton Shores. Here is a more in-depth introduction to this contemporary twist on the American lodge:

A fresh take on a time-tested favorite can be risky, but the Carlton Shores design is an example of a risk worth taking. This sprawling cottage harkens back to the Arts & Crafts revival, while still managing to exude contemporary appeal. The home sits on the property like a great hunting lodge with its use of exposed wood trim and brackets. A striking array of windows gives the exterior an inviting look, as if to defy the elements and welcome nature right in.

Simplicity rules the interior of the home, leaving the dramatic decorating to the outside views. A creative use of natural materials, such as wood and marble, compliment the flora-and-fauna focus of the home’s aesthetic. Every wall is dominated by glass. Windows of every shape and size allow residents to take in their surroundings, while creating a spacious, open atmosphere. The curving wooden staircase with its high ceilings gives the impression you are climbing into the trees.

A soaring two-story vaulted ceiling covers the indoor pool area, which includes a kitchenette and sitting room. Glass doors open out to a vanishing pool and sundeck. All of this has been designed with the stunning lake vistas in mind. A beautiful deck and boardwalk lead from the house down to the shore, giving homeowners beach access.












Don't forget to vote for this beauty before January 20! Click here to read instructions on how to cast your vote.

Interior Design Home

interior design home
interior design home

Your Living Room Is The Place

Your living room is the place
Your living room is the place

Interior Home Designs

interior home designs
interior home designs

Living Room Decorating

Living Room Decorating
Living Room Decorating

Small Home Interior Designs

small home interior designs
small home interior designs

Wall Art

wall art
wall art

Exotic House with Victorian Style

Traditional Victorian House Style – The Skylight House
Here is the inspiring pictures of house design that you can use as the reference in building a new house. More pictures about the house interior design and decoration can be seen below.

Traditional Victorian House Style – The Skylight House
Chenchow Little presents us small house with traditional Victorian style “The Skylight House” in Sydney, Australia. It looks so different and unique. This beautiful house is not too large but with the creative and innovative design, it can be the comfortable house. It is called The Skylight House which has two floors. The interesting thing of this house is that there is a small courtyard with a tree at the center of this house. It gives the fresh impression to the room, especially for living room, dining room and kitchen. It gives the natural light and fresh air to the rooms. There is also small terrace at the second floor; it can be the favorite place for the family to enjoy the natural light.
Traditional Victorian House Style – The Skylight House

Traditional Victorian House Style – The Skylight House

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Bathroom Decorating Ideas for limited space


Bathroom decorating ideas, especially for a limited space need an effective design. Decorating a small bathrooms should be practical, comfortable, functional, spacious and relaxing. Effective lighting fixtures and pleasant decorating color schemes create the impression of larger space. Bright light and light colors are simple ideas for bathroom remodeling that add beauty and style to modern bathrooms design without sacrificing the functionality.

Lighting fixtures and light decorating color schemes are inexpensive ideas for bathroom remodeling that dramatically transform small spaces without extensive renovation. Bright light creates an airy feel and light decorating color schemes visually increase small spaces. Arranging a window in a way that allows more natural light into your small interior and provides privacy creates lighter interior design, saves energy and your money. 

Sky lights are great ideas for small bathroom remodeling and making small spaces more comfortable and welcoming.Adding more lighting fixtures to your small bathrooms design along walls, in corners and on the ceiling is another effective way to increase small spaces size and add style to interior design. Bright illumination will make your small interior appear larger that it is.

Another important thing in bathroom decorating ideas is choosing the best bathroom tile ideas.

We need your votes!

It's time again for the Detroit Home Design awards and we need your votes! We are up for a reader's choice Best Overall Home Award with one of our projects, Carlton Shores. Here is how to cast your vote...

Step 1: Visit Detroit Home Design Awards' ballot webpage for the 2012 Reader's Choice for Best Overall Home:
Step 2: Scroll down and select Carlton Shores, which is Entry #6.
Step 3: Scroll down to the bottom of the page where you are asked to enter your email address, answer a simple math question and then click, "Place your vote!"

The deadline for voting is January 20, 2012, so please cast your vote now and pass this along to all of your friends and family. We need as many votes as possible to hopefully win our first ever Detroit Home Design Awards Reader's Choice!

The House "O" Modern Home Design in Mie Japan

 

Here is a modern home design, entitled "House O" located in Mie Japan. Home design is realized by architect studio based in Nagoya Japan, that was done by architects (Hiroshi Yokozeki, Yuji Shimiz, Kyoko Ikuta).
 The residence features a cleverly integrated garage, that can be observed from the interior. According to the architects, “the sheltered car park serves as a physical extension of the road, drawing in visual focus through a contrasting stark-white finish. a glass partition draws a thin line between the indoor-outdoor boundary, allowing the parked automobiles to be on view from within the house. Pivoting around a central courtyard, the layout is organized in a spiral with varying degrees of privacy throughout. From the entrance, programs such as the bedroom and bathroom are nestled in behind the courtyard, while the kitchen and living area open up around the garage. Corners of the rectangular layout is shaved off to further establish a sense of motion in the circulation. A small loft area over the kitchen serves as a multi-functional platform with a view“.


















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