Home 12 is a minimalist interior design created by Netherlands-based designers i29. In a former warehouse, i29 realized this 600 m2 house including three bathrooms, four bedrooms, and a large open living area. A simple material palette of concrete, white walls and rough oak wood matches the industrial space. Custom designed cabinets throughout the house function as both storage as well as separation walls.
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This spectacular modern loft with industrial influences throughout was recently renovated by interiors studio Idwhite, located in Kaunas, Lithuania.
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As we always like to innovate for our readers of Maison Valentinas blog, we have brought the most engaged bathroom design ideas for the newlyweds. Doesn’t it seem like the kitchen gets all the love when it comes to building your Wedding Gift Registry? What about poor bathroom!? After all, lovers deserve luxury bathrooms to begin their life together. Getting married is the ideal time to give your space a little update so you can feel like proper adults when you’re brushing your teeth together for the first time as newlyweds. We’ve got five easy tips to keep in mind as you add bathroom items to your Gift Registry. Everyone’s list should be to get organized. Even if you don’t have a ton of storage in your luxury bathroom, you can keep things neat with different jars and storage canisters. We love the classic feel of glass apothecary jars for showcasing more visually appealing bits, but these ceramic Silo Canisters are great for storing all sorts of things that neither you or your betrothed want to look at every day, is a awesome decorating ideas . And the Willoughby Tray is perfect for keeping everything tidy on your counter. (PS. it’s definitely one of our top Gift Registry picks, specifically for it’s versatility!) See also: Mini Bathtub Ideas for Small Bathrooms Add a few small things to your Gift registry to help you relax and enjoy your new life as marrieds! If you have the space to create a nook in your bathroom for something luxurious like floral bath salts or a scented candle, do it! Make your luxury bathroom, a perfect environment for passion! We love the Montana jar for storing and displaying loads of pretty salts and a simple wire basket for keeping washcloths neat. And one of the most important things to keep in mind, for any room in the house but especially the ensuite bathroom, don’t forget to add life. A few pops of greenery nestled into interesting pots suddenly make a boring bathroom feel fresh and alive. And by adding height with the Dundee Floor Planter, you’ll have plenty of room to store your new towels in a beautiful basket. Because brand new matching towels on your Gift Registry is a total luxury that every bride deserves. See more: 20 Decorating Ideas for Bathroom Sets Finally, we love the idea of making your captivating ensuite bathroom feel thoughtful and lived in by hanging art on the walls. These beautiful brass Hendry frames add just a touch of elegance to even a less refined print or photo. Add a few in different sizes to your Gift Registry because we promise you’ll use them throughout your house. Wedding photo, anyone? Glass canisters / Fringe Grey Bath Towels / Holden vase / Ambrosia candle / Small Wire Basket / Montana Jar / Dundee Floor Planter / Willoughby Tray / Hendry Frame / Hagen Tall Vase / Ultra Spa Bath Rug / Set of 4 Silo Canisters / Oval Basket It really doesnt take much to turn a normally sort of sterile space in a beautiful retreat for you and your hubs or wife! Let us assume that there is something more luxury in our lives, than when we are in love! Is not true? Did you feel inspired to prepare your Wedding Gift Registry with this article? Leave your comment below and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest! | Maison Valentina Luxury Bathrooms
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In this small and modern apartment, the bedroom has a deep teal and wood accent wall providing the perfect backdrop for the artwork and bed, while black framed glass walls separate the bedroom from the living and dining area and allow the light from the windows to travel throughout the small apartment. At night, blinds and curtains can be drawn to provide privacy.
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This home on a tree-lined street in North Portlands Overlook neighborhood had been comfortably lived in and not renovated since sometime in the 1940s or maybe the 70s… hard to discern, but you get the picture. bright designlab was hired to help collaborate on a full home overhaul – kitchen planning and design, guest bath design and remodel, and designing the addition of a new master bath + closet suite, as well as overall color palette throughout. The finished product is an exciting,…
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