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Living Large in a Small Apartment

Living Large in a Small Apartment
For today we would like to show you a beautiful small apartment (61 sqare meters) located in Sweden. You are looking at a crib that is perfect for socializing but also for meditation in solitude. With wide and spacious interiors, this home looks very warm and inviting. via Alvhem

51sqm Reader's Apartment in Belgrade: How do You Find It? We received some photos of an apartment in Belgrade, Serbia. designed by one of our readers, Dragana Lazovic and we are curious to see your reactions. As our reader explained, when she bought it, it was completely in ruins and the conversion process lasted for two months. The objective was to create a bright space, inspired by the Scandinavian style. Most of the decorating items in the photos are original, handmade by the artist: “The furniture, except beds and chairs, was not bought in the shop.

A completely renovated first&apartment Pages Search Eames Lounge Chair, Barcelona Chair, Marble Tulip Tables - Exclusive at Rove Concepts Colorado real estate and homes Kim's personal links MY FAVOURITE DECOR SHOPS IN OTTAWA kitchen remodel in my last house my twin sister's mostly kid's rooms decor blog « WINKS | Main | Valerie and Alan's bathroom remodel » Friday Aug132010 A completely renovated first apartment Posted on Fri, 13 Aug 2010 by kim 540 Comments We received an email from Ron and it started off like this: "I'm 27 years old and live in Tel Aviv Israel, currently an industrial design student. And some info on what went on after they had their way with their new apartment: "In short we re-did the whole place:Tore down the wall in the kitchen opening it up to the living room and dining area. I cannot even put into words how in awe I am of Ron's talent. And SO MUCH MORE after the jump. Reader Comments (540) Wow! 13 Aug 2010 | Mike The green bedroom is fabulous! Michelle Okay, that faucet/towel rack in the bathroom is genius! Erin Racu ab m

Practical Cable Hiding Solution for Uncluttered Interiors Sooner or later, every home owner finds himself in dire need of a cable hiding mechanism. We presented quite a few here on Freshome, and yet we are pleasantly surprised to see more an more similar practical design ideas. Plug Hub is a clever power strip organizer presented at Unplggd which can conceal unwanted wires behind the working desk while also keeping them untangled. Made from rigid plastic and featuring a rubber “foot” on the bottom, the device can be either placed on the floor or mounted on a wall or even on the back of the working table top.

Decorating A Small Apartment : Not So Difficult After All This beautiful small apartment in the images below only has one room and an area of no more than 17 sq meters. What the interior designers did with this place is absolutely fabulous. This small studio is not only very practical, but also looks modern, inviting and original. The white walls and large window give the much needed feeling of space. Because the ceiling is located very high, a bedroom was improvised. There is plenty of available storage space and if you check out the pictures patiently, you will notice many ingenious lockers.

The 3 Best Places to Shop for Cheap & Chic Dorm Decor Photo: Picture the scene — you’re flipping through a home decor magazine and come across a page that completely speaks to you. The colors, the layout, the furniture and decor, everything is perfect! (I feel like this every time I open a Better Homes and Gardens or a Real Simple.) Then your eyes flick down to the price, and all the happy inspiration goes out of you. If this sounds familiar, never fear: there are plenty of places I frequent for dorm decor that have inexpensive but wonderful designs. Below, I’ll list my top three favorite places to find dorm decor on a budget, as well as some fabulous yet affordable pieces that they have to offer. 3. For whimsy, boho-chic, and one-of-a-kind dorm decor, there’s no better place than Urban Outfitters! Their products have a retro, vintage, and generally humorous and kitschy approach to design, and are classic enough to deserve a place in every fashionista’s dorm. Here are some examples of wonderfully priced and gorgeous pieces: 2.

34 DIY headboard ideas The headboard is now looked at as a mainly decorative element in our bedrooms. As it usually happens, it all started from a practical reason/purpose.The headboard, a piece of furniture that is attached to the head of the bed, was initially an element that isolated sleepers from drafts and cold. Back then the buildings were less insulated and thus such a feature was needed. With time, this function has been lost and replaced by a purely aesthetical function. These 34 diy headboard ideas exposed here are not competing with each other, by the contrary these are the best projects we could find to show you, and all of them are equally interesting. Headboard from salvaged materials. The first project is realized from scrap materials salvaged from a burn pile. Metal headboard. This one is really simple, but ingenious. Old door headboard. A pair of reclaimed old doors add a tremendous visual weight to this dreamy bedroom. Original headboard using store signs. Indian headboard project.

10 Cheap Apartment Decorating Ideas Moving into an apartment can be expensive with deposits and other costs, so here are 10 cheap decorating ideas to give your apartment some style. You don’t have to be especially creative to make an apartment feel like home. You just need a few decorating ideas. Find some fabric and use it to choose the main colors for your apartment.

Stylish and easy to make bookshelf I'm quite happy with that fact that the first piece of furniture I built is a bookshelf. I wanted to make something large enough to keep all my books, and stylish at the same time. I like somewhat futuristic and organic designs with plenty curved lines, and you can see that in this shelf. Generally the aim was to make it look as if it was a part of the wall, or came out of the wall. It's really a relatively easy project, not much work is needed, although some precision will be useful. Materials: - Wood - 3 boards 2700x120x18 - 2 or more MDF boards 2700x1400x18 - 3 long screws with studs - Paint and varnish Tools: - Jigsaw - Drill The single downside of this design is that you won't be able to move the shelf elsewhere easily - it will be screwed to the wall.