Category : Interiors by Room

15 Feb


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Breathe Colour into Your Living Room

by · February 15, 2013 · 0 Comments

Via Luxehome

Writer: From: Bio: Nik A Ramli Interior designer and writer of music biography ‘Donna Summer The Thrill Goes On – A Tribute’ Seasons come and go, but once winter cuts days short and a chill is in the air, one way to improve your mood is to brighten up your home with a new colour scheme; here are a few of my tips on….. Read more »

01 Aug

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My Home Rocks Tours:
The Butler’s DIY Butcher Block Island

by · August 1, 2012 · 1 Comment

Butchers Block Kitchen Island

Wendy Butcher of New Haven, Vermont has kindly shared pictures of her fabulous freestanding kitchen island with us, which was made from galvanised pipe and maple lumber, glued and sanded to form a chunky butcher block top by her handy husband, Randy. Many years ago, Wendy had fallen in love with a picture in a home-style magazine of a similar kitchen island design, so when….. Read more »

04 Jul


Console Tables for Hectic Hallways

by · July 4, 2012 · 0 Comments

Via HomeKlondike

The mad morning key scramble, lippy larding, and flustered hair fluff is a familiar and often fragmented ritual as we dash for the door, but these steps could be made blissfully more streamlined by the introduction of a humble hallway table. Think of a console table as a one-stop-shop for last minute load-ups of work ID cards and mobile phone chargers, and as an en….. Read more »

27 Jun


Galley Kitchens Ahoy!

by · June 27, 2012 · 2 Comments

Via A Thousand Laughing Starfish

Whilst many of us may dream of having a huge open plan kitchen complete with central island, looking out through about 5 metres of bi-fold doors, the reality for the majority of homeowners is the traditional, tried and tested galley style kitchen. So forget that just about every home renovation program on TV is telling you to blow your entire life savings on a monster….. Read more »

16 May

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Bathroom Mosaic Magic

by · May 16, 2012 · 1 Comment

Via Archithings, designed by De Meza

Mosaic bathroom tiles create a fantastic flowing effect when used to the extreme, if I’d had a bigger budget for my bathroom, I would have loved to indulge in an edge to edge design, with a few curving walls thrown in for good measure. The undulating applications achieved in high-end bathrooms remind me of trips to Barcelona, where Gaudi’s mosaics know no borders and conjure….. Read more »