Moving Company Quotes & Tips to Plan Your Move | MYMOVE
We recently received some photos of a lovely apartment located in Tel Aviv, Israel from young designer Ron Benshoshan. He and his girlfriend recently bought this crib (which was initially in a very bad state) and redesigned it. Here are the pictures together with the description Ron sent us: In the living room we put …
decorating around tv's: part 2
Loving Ariana's previous post about camouflaging a big black television! As much as we'd all love to have a proper living room with no TV, it's not always practical for everyone (especially us city folk who don't have room for a den). The television has become the center of the American household, sad but true. My dear friend, Charlotta, over at Space for Inspiration wrote us a little note about framed televisions mixed in with artwork and I agree, this is also a great idea! And yes…
Studio City House, Part 4 - Emily Henderson
I told you I was going to spread this house out. I’m really milking it. We are on post number four (out of five) of the studio city house and today’s makeover is totally exclusive to this blog, since the office didn’t make it into the magazine. (See post 1, 2 and 3.) We didn’t… Read More
Pattern Potential: Geometric Decor
Lately, it seems as if designers are incorporating even more geometric patterns into architecture, furniture and textile design. Geometric-style fabrics and furniture can add a punch to just about any room, especially when used in one bold statement or accent piece. While some geometric pieces have the tendency to take design sensibilities quickly back to the 1980’s, more modern patterns can enliven and freshen a space. Even something as subtle as a tea towel can be all you need.