Here is the a golden opportunity to bring the splendor and majesty of the tropics home. This hardwood recognized as the national tree of the Philippines in its green yellow and brown tones is constructed into doors window framea and both indoor and outdoor furniture.
Bedrooms bathrooms and terraces of this addition along with non-slippery floor surfaces are draped appropriately in dashing ceramic tiles with concrete limestone and marble complementing them beautifully. From custom washbasins to sculptural home bars it is the new-age magic of KRION® that steals the spotlight here.
With the purpose of the competition being a blend of stunning architecture and cutting-edge design combined with the new-age tiles and building materials produced by Porcelanosa Group it is barely a surprise that the best completed and future projects submitted by all the finalists showcase this precise aspect of design and development.
Last but not least we feature two doorways that open to cozy bedrooms. What’s more comforting than a sleeping space featuring a neatly-made bed cozy pillows a comfy throw and the warm glow of a reading lamp?! This carriage house conversion features cedar shingles normally used for the exterior of a home.
So you’re an orange fanatic that is a bit overwhelmed by spaces entirely covered in this hue… Rather than covering your walls in fiery shades liven up you living room with orange cushions and pillows! Yes
We at Decoist love a good dose of color. Do you ever notice how a powerful color can change your mood? There are clear relationships between colors and emotions and today’s post is dedicated to this phenomenon (also known as color psychology).