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Beautiful cream traditional bathroom.
Though you have a big bathroom like this, storage solution will also be an important problem. Building a floor-to-ceiling storage and sink unit gives you more space.
Think ergonomics when you design your floor-to-ceiling storage. Allocate drawers just above the countertop for small essentials you use every day.
Glass-door upper cabinets let you control what to display and what to disguise.
This small drawer is ideal for storing perfumes away from potentially damaging sunlight and the risk of accidental spills.
photos credit: Simply Perfect Storage
There also have many other tips for your bathroom organizing, such as, take advantage of vertical space with stylish wall shelves, decorating freestanding whelves with wrought iron wall decor, hang wire baskets to hold washcloths and hand towels, create wrought iron wall decor shelving, and so on.
December 1, 2010 No Comments
Above narrow bathroom is designed by bathroom brand Cifial USA (In 1996, CIFIAL strengthened it’s commitment to the North American market by opening Cifial USA in Atlanta, GA. With offices and a warehouse totaling 41,000 sq. feet, Cifial USA is the home of North American operations and distribution. With almost $9 million worth of inventory on hand, our distribution center meets the needs of our 2,000+ distributor/showroom locations.), this compact yet contemporary bathroom by San Francisco-based Marsh & Clark Design is dressed to the nines, and it’s all in the details. From the ground up, this narrow bathroom has a wide-reaching aesthetic appeal that’s timeless, with pops of trends that still keep it current with today’s fashions. Photos found on trendir.
November 29, 2010 No Comments
Rustic decor is a popular trend partially because it allows for eclectic pieces that are more affordable but also because it blends well with other types of decor such as bohemian modern, shabby chic, cottage style, green design and cabin style. This rustic style bathroom was designed by Gunni, with all white modern sanitary ware, the clean, white palette, the cool porcelain and the contemporary minimalist look of the sink, tub, toilet and bidet are an unlikely but ideal complement to this earthy bathroom with a Zen atmosphere that promotes good taste. photo found on trendir.
November 27, 2010 No Comments
Huge windows of the house
Kitchen and dining room, minimalist design.
White and yellow walls, yellow cabinets, staircase.
Bathroom on the attic.
This multi-generational gable house plan is essentially two houses in one, offering attached accommodations while maintaining a sense of privacy. Designed by BUB Archtekten, this German home features an east and west gable, one occupied by the parents, and the other by the children and their children. Between the two volumes is a common area connecting the two, with fantastic panoramic views of the countryside. The Multi-Generational Home has a clean and contemporary style, with a minimalist interior punctuated by modern details like vibrant colors contrasting natural elements like stone and wood. A patio extends the length of the house between the two volumes, offering an outdoor entertaining area from which to enjoy the sparkling sunsets. BUB Archtekten. via trendir
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November 25, 2010 No Comments
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November 21, 2010 1 Comment
From all of the things you can buy for your favorite girl or boy, why a play kitchen?
First and foremost, it creates interactive play. It encourages imagination. It allows your child to role play and cook like Mom or Dad. This is a great way to play with your child, and a great way for your child to play with friends. And if you choose, you can turn kitchen play into a learning opportunity. Play food can be used to teach about different foods and nutrition. Also social skills can be practiced with serving food and play eating together. What sort of play kitchen do you want? Children’s kitchens range from very small toy kitchens to very large and feature full. You can find a single unit kids kitchen, which include many appliances, to multi-piece kitchen play sets with individual appliances. Choosing a play kitchen set depends on the age of the child, your budget and your setting. It also depends on your personal philosophy. Where is that play kitchen made? Is it eco-friendly and made with sustainable manufacturing and fair business practices.
Ikea-based toy kitchen. Photos: Ohdeedoh.com
Ohdeedoh highlighted a great play kitchen project made from a $15 bedside table from IKEA and related parts. The hardest part of projects like this is cutting a round hole, which requires a bit more toolage than the rest. Then again, I never knew you could get jigsaws so cheaply – Black & Decker isn’t the best toolmaker out there, but this $30 model gets high marks from consumers. (You’ll need a drill too for a starter hole, but most families have that already!)
What kinds of play kitchens are available?
Single Unit Kitchens – These play kitchens include many appliances such as a stove, oven, microwave and sink in one unit. These units have a “front” and “back”, so that they can be placed against a wall. Typically this style of toy kitchen is either a “assembly-required” wooden kitchen or it is made from molded plastic. A typical large, self-assemble wooden kitchen measures about four feet long, four feet tall, and about two feet deep.
Island Play Kitchen – These are stand-alone pretend kitchens. Children can play on all sides of these kitchens. Island play kitchens also feature various combinations of sink, stove, ovens and microwaves. Toddler kitchens are typically this style.
Complete Kitchen Play Sets – We are talking about a multi-appliance set here. There are separate toy stoves, toy refrigerators, toy microwaves, toy sinks, and toy dishwashers.
Table Top Toy Kitchens – These are small, typically “two burner” stoves, that are designed with portability in mind. These pretend kitchens can be moved from room to room and be used on a table, shelf or even the floor.
Natural wooden kitchens – These kitchens are made from solid wood and not particle board. Many of the “assembly-required” are made from laminated particle board and are still considered wood by the manufacturer. The natural wooden kitchens are typically made from spruce, pine or cedar. Many of these designs are more abstract in nature. That is they do not offer realistic detail; however, there is no mistaking that these are play kitchens. They usually combine a sink and stove and have moving parts. It is just that the details are left to the child’s imagination.
September 14, 2010 No Comments