A charred-wood washroom and a monolithic, concrete bathtub feature in this roundup of 10 zen bathrooms that swap traditional white walls for dark, moody hues and tactile materials.
Untitled House, UK, by Szczepaniak Astridge
Smooth, dark, concrete characterises the walls and monolithic bathtub of this bathroom, which Szczepaniak Astridge designed as part of a house renovation in Camberwell, London.
The bath is screened by stainless steel Crittal windows that enclose a void through the home and is teamed with a bespoke, polished stone sink. According to the studio, the aim was to design a “place to retreat to, to guiltlessly linger and hang out”.
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Imagine opening your window blinds every morning without getting out of bed, or watching all your home’s blinds close automatically when the sun sets. These conveniences are possible when you install smart blinds in your home. Here’s everything you need to know about these innovative window treatments.
What Are Smart Blinds?
Smart blinds are window coverings with a gearbox and a “brain.” They connect to an app on your phone or a remote control through WiFi or Bluetooth. With a tap of the finger or a voice command, you can open or close the blinds no matter where you are.
You can also use the app to schedule when your blinds open or close throughout the day. For example, if your East-facing windows get blinding sun in the morning, you can time it so they close in the mornings and open up in the afternoon.
Finland is one of those countries that can get very dark during the winter. And for this reason, we want to make sure that we have the right kind of lamp for lighting up all the things that we need to see. If you’re looking a lamp, then a website such as Nettilamppu will provide you with everything that you need.
It doesn’t matter what kind of lamp you’re looking for, this website will have it for you. With just a few minutes of browsing, and a few clicks, you’re able to find the lamp that you want, and have it delivered to you.
As some people will tell you, finding the right table lamp can be very beneficial to you.
A table lamp will have several purposes. The first one is that if you want up in the middle of the night, you’ll need a lamp that be … Read More
TRICKED-OUT CHAIR FOR THE HOME OFFICE
ErgoEdge – a Singapore furniture maker which was among the first home-grown companies to design height-adjustable electric tables such as the AmpDesk and desktop accessories since 2017 – has launched an upgrade of its popular line of chairs.
The ErgoTune ergonomic office chair is said to be tailor-made for home offices. The latest iteration features a more comfortable fabric, an improved lumbar support system called Atlas and a new GyroBrace 5D armrest.
It works on the principle that comfort can be achieved only when a chair is tailored to a person’s unique body shape and is fully adjustable across 11 points – from the headrest, backrest and armrest to the seat’s height, depth and recline levels.
Info: The upgraded ErgoTune chairs, priced from $399 to $599, comes in Coral Pink and Charcoal Black and are available at ergotune.com from Oct 1. You can also
Now that fall is officially upon us, it is time to spruce up the home with cozy accents, colors and decor. Pumpkins don’t have to be your only source inspiration. Fall decor can have a lot of unique personality while drawing ideas from the season, so here are some ideas to help you brainstorm the perfect autumnal aesthetic for your personal taste.
Fall color palettes
Classic autumn – Pair warm browns with deep orange-reds, bright, golden oranges and golden yellows with accents of light wheat.
Rustic fall cottage – Pair warm grays with auburn, rust orange and Oxford blue accents.
Mulled wine – Balance deep wine purples with lavender and pair with dark amber and apricot.
Victorian autumn – Pair olive with ocean blue and add punches of plum, oxblood and ecru.
Retro harvest party – Golden orange and yellow work as the base with accents of chocolate brown and
Black bathrooms are everywhere right now. Stylish, sophisticated and so easy to match with other shades, black is the trending color we are seeing the most in the dreamy bathrooms of Instagram. And if the Instagrammers are loving it, we want in. So here are some fabulous black bathroom ideas to inspire you to follow suit.
Designing your space from scratch? Check out our bathroom ideas page for plenty of inspiration and to start putting your dream plans into action. And if you are feeling brave check out our colorful bathroom ideas too.
1. Pick out a black roll top bath
Roll top baths are a big investment, so choosing a versatile, neutral color that will go with anything if tastes change is a great idea. But rather than traditional white, why not opt for black for a design that’s equally flexible and amenable
When interior designer Shawn Henderson saw a 19th-century farmhouse in upstate New York 16 years ago, set far off the main road and near a spring-fed pond, it was pretty much love at first sight. “The minute I laid eyes on it, I knew it was the one,” Henderson says.
So when a fire took out the back of the house three years ago, undoing years and years of renovation work, it was no small heartbreak. “The house was filled with the things I love,” the designer says, recalling the day when three dozen firefighters showed up to stop a blaze that had started in the
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One Bachelor Nation couple is one step closer to saying “I Do.”
Although the coronavirus pandemic forced Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher to postpone their summer wedding, the famous pair is ready to plan their dream day once again.
This time, however, they are partnering up with The Knot specifically for their wedding registry.
“As soon-to-be newlyweds, we of course want some great products to continue making our house in Dallas a home,” the couple exclusively shared with E! News. “We were able to not only add home and kitchen staples that we found in The Knot Registry Store, but also have our guests contribute cash to experiences we
Other sections of your notebook can be sorted by rooms, which can hold pictures of furniture and corresponding swatches of fabric, paint samples, flooring ideas, lamps and even art. This will help you visualize your room and foresee any adjustments in colors or patterns. It will also help you determine if you need more goods for the room or project.
In terms of measurements, the more the better. You’ve all heard the construction adage, “Measure twice; cut once.” The same holds true for any aspect of the design project. You may have measured the size of the window, but did you measure how far the sill is from the floor, the space above the edge of the window to the ceiling or crown molding, or the space on either side of the window? While you may think these dimensions are excessive, they are not. They’ll be timesavers when you need
Interior decoration trends change as seasons changes and you may not have to do major overhauls to meet current season trends as few key inputs and removals can set the right mood for fall. While summer brings in bright sunny colors with cheerful hues, fall and winter usually season are signified by earthy tones and rich textures that evoke warmth. Top decoration experts feel that this year lighting, fabrics and several other details will play an active role in setting trends for fall. Find these ideas here along with some of our inputs that can help you become the fall trendsetter in your neighborhood.
1. Indigo blue
Classic indigo blue will play a big part during this fall season specifically with white and multiple shades of navy.
2. Cozy seating arrangements