Category Archives: Fireplaces

25 Scrumptious Holiday Tablescapes by ers

ers, your beautiful holiday tablescape submissions had my mouth watering in anticipation of Christmas dinner. I’m so impressed with how you understand how to decorate a table. I’m also impressed with your photography skills. Thanks for sharing and styling to everyone. Here is a delicious sampling of the tables users are preparing for the holidays. […]

8 Artfully Asymmetrical Fireplaces

Fireplaces add design value to any interior area, but those that seem to be more works of art compared to utilitarian components are those that capture our attention. With an range of materials with a sense of balance, scale and harmony can transform any fireplace from drab to bold. Have a look at these asymmetrical […]

Modern Icons: The Eames Bird

This darling little bird became famous by injury. Charles and Ray Eames were constantly rearranging the”collage” of items around their iconic home, and the original bird was a favourite piece of American folk art they used sometimes when styling photographs. The little guy captured the eyes of Eames fans who wanted one. Now, in collaboration […]

Impact Accessories: Details Get the Space

Accessorizing seems to be an easy thing, but often the end result is not necessarily what we expected. If you use too many accessories in a room, sometimes they will all compete for attention and also the importance of any 1 item will be dropped. That’s why it’s very important to add an”effect” accessory. This […]

5 Inspiring Homes From the Chilly North

Architecture has to respond to cold days and long nights in Northern Europe. As winter drags on for a whole lot of us, we could take some lessons from folks that live in areas like Scandinavia or The Netherlands. A bright and light room is your interior design edition of one of these modest anti-depressant […]

Great Design Plant: Catalina Ironwood

Native to the dry, lonely islands off Southern California, Catalina ironwood is similar to a shaggy, well-worn page out of California history. It is a striking tree with the peely-bark look of an antique relic — perfect for a low-water, natural landscape. But at a much more formal, amazing setting, it’s as out of place […]

Energy-Efficient Windows: Decipher the Ratings

If you can’t conserve your historical windows, then it’s time to find energy-efficient replacements. And selecting new windows involves industry knowledge. It’s important to get a grasp of the alphabet soup: U-factor, SHGC, air leakage, VT and LSG. Next, when you know all of the various evaluation systems, you may pick windows based on your […]