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Interior Color Trends in 2017

2017 has come, it is time you consider replacing the atmosphere of the house so that your life is more vibrant and comfortable. The first step started with changing the color of the interior of your home. In 2017 this will be the trend palette of colorful gems. Dramatic effects of these strong colors will be able to give the impression of luxury and comfortable in your rooms. If you do not want the room is too dark, you can simply give a touch of color gems on one side of the wall of the room.

Here we recommend the four color palettes gems that can inspire your interior renovation:

1. Metallic Gold Color
Gold metallic colors can also be combined with red, brown and other neutral colors. Add a combination of shiny and warm impression in gold. The bright yellow color options can be energizing at the beginning of the year which is identical with the cold weather. You can combine amber with a choice of a darker accent color or neutral colors in order to feel warmer. Gold metallic colors can also be combined with red, brown and other neutral colors. Then fill the room with materials such as thick carpet, chandelier pearl and wood furnishings. Continue reading

Tiny House Design Unique and Beautiful

Tiny House Design Unique and Beautiful

Interior Architecture and Urban have designed cabin. Hosting / Urban Cabin with a simple shelter roofs, terraces tucked under the roof of the warehouse to strengthen connections to the beautiful scenery outside.

The exterior siding on the east wall of the long continued through the interior space, and with a minimal window details, blurring the boundaries of space inside. Tiny House Design in Urban Cabin is designed for a retired couple interested in streamlining and simplifying their lives. The couple lived at the site for 26 years, creating and maintaining personal protection but they are urban.

The challenge is to design a response in accordance with the ideals of living with less in an environment that is prone to exaggeration. Conceptually, the design is inspired by the picnic shelter in the woods. The ideas of primitive picnic shelters give direction to both the shape of the building and the minimum program requirements. All elements of the program were reduced from excesses and distilled into elemental.

Tiny House Design
Consisting of a simple shelter roof, supported on the east by a solid wall, which protects residents of the busy public park. Informed by the topography, the house was slightly recessed into the landscape, involves a visual connection to the site. The rest of the west-facing elevation consisting of windows and doors that embrace the surrounding garden and pool. A deep overhang at the end of a long roof makes the extension of space outside the glass enclosure. Continue reading

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