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Clear UV Window Film View moreAdd to favourites Clear UV Window Film Clear UV window film provides an excellent barier to fading, without altering the appearance of your glazing. Climate 70 Window Film View moreAdd to favourites Climate 70 Window Film Amber 81 View moreAdd to favourites Amber 81. Ikea reversible bed ideas on Pinterest. 20 Ways to Customize the IKEA KURA Loft Bed & Make It Your Own. Previous image Next image Contrasting grey and white paint freshen up the KURA in this modern, limited-palette room. Mint Six The KURA loft bed has earned its cred and its staying power. It's cheap, ideal for small homes and, as you'll see in these twenty examples, offers endless opportunities for customization.

Paint, wood, fabric: choose your medium and make your KURA your own with a simple color upgrade or a full-on hack. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. (Image credits: MintSix; IKEAHackers; NieFrida; She & Bird; IKEAHackers; Herz Kaspar; Design Mom; Froken Bauer; IKEAHackers; Huppie Mama; John Woodcock Photography; Erin Chaiton-Murray ; IKEA Hackers; House To Home; Jen LeClair; Elizabeth Abrahamsen on Pinterest; Little Princess CP; Rusta Upp; IKEAHackers; Burda Style) AA Butterfly Armchair - Cloth / Black structure Black frame / Orange cover by AA-New Design. Butterfly chair - Butterfly chair Butterfly acryl - Butterfly Chair | De originele uit 1937! Buy Devon Tripod Floor Lamp, Sea Blue from our Floor Lamps range - Tesco. 1950's Floor Standard Lamp. How to Use LED Soft Strip from Edge Lighting. Lightwave Products | Megaman (UK) Ltd. LightwaveRF is a range of intelligent dimmers, radiator valves, sockets and sensors that are just a little bit smarter.

While they look and work just like ordinary dimmers, valves or sockets, they will change the way you control heating, lighting and power in the home forever. Megaman UK is the exclusive wholesale distributor for LightwaveRF products in the UK. LightwaveRF is easy and convenient to control. All LightwaveRF devices can be controlled from handheld remotes, PIR sensors or a smartphone or tablet. Or just use it as you would any ordinary switch or socket. The great thing is that with a standard back-box depth they can all be retrofitted. Lightwave Link The Lightwave Link connects to your home broadband wi-fi router and syncs to any LightwaveRF device in the home.

Energy Saving Accessories Key elements in any LightwaveRF installation are those products which could help you save on energy costs. 5M 3200K LED STRIP | Megaman (UK) Ltd. From £700,000Leasehold Please note that the photographs and CGIs are illustrative, and do not necessarily depict the individual apartment being sold. Interior specifications, room sizes and views vary. With interiors by the renowned Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, direct views over the Thames and easy access to the Jubilee Line, these extraordinary two-bedroom loft apartments form part of the exciting Greenwich Peninsula development.

The Tom Dixon Design Research Studio apartments are available as a strictly limited edition, and are being sold off-plan. The lofts measure between 861 sq ft and 1,001 sq ft (approx.) internally. As a deliberate counterpoint to the sterility of most new developments, Dixon’s Design Research Studio employed Art Deco motifs, and robust industrial materials including copper cabinetry inspired by traditional British crafts, enamel splashbacks by the people who make the London Underground signage, glazed bricks and dichroic glass. Under offer This truly remarkable property in a secluded and private position in the Ashdown Forest comprises a substantial country house (over 4,300 sq ft) as well as a studio and summerhouse on the grounds (totalling approximately 2.1 acres).

The buildings were designed for his own family by the acclaimed architect Michael Wilford, CBE. The property is reached via a long, private driveway that leads through the beautiful and ancient Ashdown Forest. The main house is surrounded by gardens and sits at the rear of the site. The tranquil setting was formerly the site of an historic hall that fell into ruins, allowing the current property to be built in 2000. The house is reached via a ramped walkway leading to an entrance hall on the first floor. Also on this floor are a wonderful living room that opens out onto a terrace overlooking the gardens, a kitchen / dining room, pantry and the master bedroom with an en suite bathroom.

N.B. New Occupying an outstanding location in Primrose Hill, this two-bedroom penthouse maisonette has been refurbished to an exacting standard. The apartment is arranged over the second and third floors of a Victorian terraced house. Upon entering, there is a lobby with fully glazed walls and doors. This leads to a wonderful open-plan kitchen, living and dining room. It has sash windows on both sides and a big rooflight, providing huge amounts of natural light. A newly installed staircase leads to the upper floor, with an electrically operated Velux window above it.

The apartment’s redesign was overseen by Issy Goldberg, a graduate of the Architectural Association. Oppidans Road is located around the corner from the shops and restaurants of Primrose Hill Village. Please note that all areas, measurements and distances given in these particulars are approximate and rounded. Color Palette FX - Create Color Palettes from Images. It's been a while since we posted these 10 unconventional ways to paint your space, and in the meantime, we've found even more weird and wonderful ideas for painting outside the box.

Above: Pauline from Petite Passport took these photos of the Hotel Pratik Rambla, in Barcelona. I love the way they've painted the room with what amounts to a giant stripe, which begins at the head of the bed and cascades across the ceiling and all the way down the opposite wall. The room's minimal color palette and the way the stripe cuts across the intricate moldings on the ceiling help to make this especially striking. Here's a similar notion, from Skona Hem via Desire to Inspire: a stripe painted down the wall to emphasize a single piece of furniture. Much less work, but still very striking: a single stripe painted directly beneath the crown molding.

Or try painting just the trim, as in this charming entry from Homelife. You could paint your ceiling — trim and everything — the same color as the walls. This ultra-modern, multi-level house designed by 05 AM Arquitectura is what we like to call a "step up" design, for more reasons that one! This terraced home here in Girona, Spain has a cool, free-flowing layout that cascades down from the upper level, leaving an open view through the house as you move from one floor to the next. Accessible from the upper and lower street level, the modern, minimalist interior features a clean palette of white with blond wood floors and an unexpected pop of color via one of fashion's hottest trends this season - color blocking.

We love that the architects translated this from runway design to interior design. The bold, lemon-yellow shelving unit zigzags its way across the space, defining different living areas in this open-concept layout. Outside, terraces extend living areas into the outdoors, adding to the home's spectacular sense of openness and space. 05 AM Arquitectura photo credit: Jose Hevia. As with our “Live Modern” section, when we look around for inspiring modern interiors, we’re looking for all the typical modern elements like clean lines, thoughtful furniture, fun colors and more. But we’re also looking for a comfortable interior; something people feel like they can enjoy living, eating or working in. Something that is unique, interesting and fearless. We found a lot of great interior shots of homes, restaurants, businesses and offices this year; here are ten of our favorites: Native Child Family Services Toronto Elm and Willow House Lumbrein Residence House Among the Trees Wildwood Planes of Neon Tupai at Andina White-Washed Planks David Jameson Architect ChrDAUER Architects.