Irene Arbore Exterior, 2017-07-31 15:05:37. The idea of living in a fortress can sound pretty awesome. You’d definitely have plenty of privacy and security but how would such a structure have to look like so it could more or less fit in a usual urban or rural setting? An answer to this question can be the house designed by Anako Architecture along the Rhone in Switzerland. The project uses concrete as a primary material and the house looks a lot like what would be a modern and stylized version of a fortress. It has an unusual form which mimics the silhouettes of the Alps visible in the distance. Walls of raw concrete define the facade and set a border between the interior spaces and the surroundings.
Celesse Legrand Interior, 2017-09-07 10:16:15. Whether you go with bright shades or neutral tones, a chevron pattern will still be more stylish than a plain set. So add the jazzy feels to the nursery or your own bedroom! We love a chunky chevron slapped onto vases too. Whether you add some fresh floral or use it for styling the coffee table, it’s fun, funky and trendy! Distressed or full of color, make your family photos even more adorable with this added pattern. From wall frames to the side table, the print will make it pop!
Lealia Lesage Interior, 2017-09-07 10:18:20. Even your storage bins can be filled with more style than the usual “plain Jane” looks. Fill your bookshelves or clean up clutter with your chevron pieces. This may end up being a chic DIY project for you to dive into or maybe you’ll be lucky enough to find this while you’re out and about shopping. From rustic looks to more feminine styles, don’t be afraid of adding interest to your furniture pieces. Yep, even your clocks can come with a bit of funk. Hang them on the wall in the kitchen or balanced on your mantle, they’re a youthful addition to the home.
Chantrell Meunier Bedroom, 2017-09-07 10:05:35. There are times when simple equals modern, and this project takes chic simplicity to a new level. To make your own plywood headboard, take a trip to the local home supply store and purchase a few simple items: one large sheet of plywood, sandpaper, stain and sealer. Yes, it’s that easy! When you’ve sanded, stained and sealed your headboard, set it behind the bed and enjoy the earthy statement it creates.
Huguetta Pasquier Interior, 2017-09-07 10:11:07. Whether you go with bright shades or neutral tones, a chevron pattern will still be more stylish than a plain set. So add the jazzy feels to the nursery or your own bedroom! We love a chunky chevron slapped onto vases too. Whether you add some fresh floral or use it for styling the coffee table, it’s fun, funky and trendy! Distressed or full of color, make your family photos even more adorable with this added pattern. From wall frames to the side table, the print will make it pop!
Chantay Clement Interior, 2017-09-07 10:13:00. Dress up your bookshelf with some decaled backing or paint it right on the furniture if you want to flaunt some DIY skills. You can use this in the playroom or as a fun accent piece. This is another project you can dive into and try to DIY yourself with a bit of decopauging or find your own chevron piece out and about on your shopping adventures. Again you can find both throw and area rugs in neutral tones and popping colors, but either way you’ll provide interest to the floor and break up anything that’s too dull for your personality-filled home.
Huguetta Pasquier Kitchen, 2017-09-07 10:15:33. The trend of making use of old, worn materials or items is a must in green living. As you can see in the above image, a salvaged cabinet comes alive in the kitchen, giving it an interesting piece of furniture that could have been part of a living room in its previous life. By leaving salvaged items a little worn and torn, this further makes them unique creations in the kitchen, while preventing waste in the environment. Stone in the kitchen is always a great natural material, but you can also choose from stone countertops that are made from recycled materials. This takes the green initiative one step further. Stone can be trendy and colorful, as can be seen from the countertop in the above image that is made from recycled wine, beer and Vodka bottles.
Aiglentine Dupont Exterior, 2017-09-07 10:20:17. The geometry of the City Villa is a very interesting one, being the defining feature of the design ARRCC created specifically for this project. This is a modern family home located in South Africa. Its design is a collection of rectangular volumes placed on top of each other. Some of these volumes cantilever to the sides, forming terraces. A stone wall contrasts with the concrete, adding texture and diversity to the design. Other contrasting elements include the brass front door which was custom designed and all the glass surfaces.
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