To choose the right colors for the interiors requires the right concept, according to what effect you have decided to create. The final result can be monochromatic (in shades of one color), with the scale of cold colors or warm colors. Complementary colors stand in divergence with each other and interestingly can create a harmony in their contrast. What doesn’t look right on the first impression, can create surprisingly energetic and powerful combinations. Check out our gallery for inspiration.
Do you like enjoying wonderful interiors as shown in magazines with the most amazing furniture and little details, like pictures on the walls for example? What is trendy and what should be avoided? Collect inspiration with us for your own project.
When it comes to furnishing houses or apartments, it would probably not be possible to find two that are exactly alike – but that is a topic for another time. Today, to the contrary, we’ll have a look at the most popular and widely admired home styles, whether inspired by Provence, the Mediterranean, Scandinavian decor or Colonial style, for instance. Which is your personal favourite?
Kitchen wrap, Saran wrap or Cling film - all of these refer to one of the best inventions that ever entered the market. The thin, adhesive, and elastic plastic film that smoothly adheres to almost every material has a multitude of uses beyond wrapping up your sandwich. Have you thought of these uses for kitchen wrap before?
There are a very few rooms that should be left without plants. From the top of my head I would say, just the bedroom. Bathrooms are often dull looking, fulfilling their specific purpose, rather than being a beautiful and a relaxing oasis. The good news is that bathrooms are now brightening up and many want to give them an aesthetic feel. The damp and warm conditions of bathrooms often make them just right for tropical plants to trive in and even the most boring of them can be livened up. Here are options you may want to consider.
Be it mosquitoes, flies, ticks, or other odious insect that can ruin the best season of the year, the resistant little monsters are difficult to get rid of even with strong chemicals. So how are the identifiable natural remedies doing in this uneven fight?
When it comes to throwing things away, I always face a dilemma when deciding whether an item will be of any use anytime soon. My father used to say that we would soon have to build an extra house for the spare items. I don't think the situation is that serious, but the combination of environmental issues and simple pity for used things makes me want to find a suitable use for many things that others would throw away. My credo, though, is to use them "once and enough" before they finally land in a trash bin, to prevent turning our home into a warehouse.
While having a green apartment is a dream of many, it brings some issues with it as well. How many times have you heard someone say that I can´t have plants because they all die in my flat? Maybe those were not the suitable ones. Here is a list of plants that almost don’t need any care.