mirrors ceiling

A feature of the smaller spaces is that you may not have much space on the walls to work. What you have can be picked up by your most beautiful works of art or your favorite photos. So, if you find yourself in this position, try adding a mirror to the ceiling. The picture above […]

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small space mirror

And then there’s the old favorite on standby: a full wall mirror. These are incredibly effective in visual expansion because they give the illusion that you miss a wall and are looking in another room. However, you can still be creative with the concept of a mirror for small spaces with solid walls. A common […]

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framed mirrors

To go more classic, place a large framed mirror on a wall. By adding a frame to a large mirror, you can integrate the style of the room into the mirror itself. For example, a rustic space may use a wooden mirror frame in distress. An industrial space can use a metal frame. A modern […]

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wraparound mirror

To really add depth to your space, try adding two mirrors to adjacent walls. This creates a geometric interest, with several degrees of reflection. More surrounding mirrors only add to the effect. Wrap-around mirrors work in all home styles. But as the photo above shows, the wraparound mirrors blend well with a highly textured wall. […]

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green design

Working at home is better than being in a stuffy office building, but you’re still inside. However, greenery can help you get outdoors indoors. “A plant, for example, brings a discreet source of life and color to any room,” says Klosky. Baerg admits that this is a trend she sees in home offices. “Green plants […]

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Carefully Chose design

When choosing the location of your home office, consider noise and traffic factors. For example, if the office is close to the street, you may hear people walking or driving. In addition, consider the traffic in your home. If you plan to work in your office while the rest of the family is at home, […]

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Ingenious space

Enter Ikea lately and you’ll see how designers are exploiting the small spaces of the future. And that will not go away in the 2019 interior design trends. With trends like small houses and downsizing, small spaces are here to stay. A huge trend in 2019 is to find intelligent, functional and creative ways to […]

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Sustainable design

Sustainability is a popular concern. So expect to see the 2019 interior design trends that help people live eco-friendly lives. For example, indoor gardening such as a vertical herb garden is a popular feature in kitchens. This allows you to grow your own fresh cooking ingredients in a way that could not become more local. […]

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Curved furniture

Perhaps one of the most surprising trends is the return of curved furniture. This style of furniture was popular in the middle of the 20th century. It has since been replaced by a refined geometry using clean lines. But now, the curved lines are back. Expect furniture with curvilinear cuts, chairs and sofas. So, if […]

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Colors of the year

One of the best things about next year’s trends in design is to take on all the colors of the year. It seems that all major painting companies have their own vision of what will be important next year. With so many options, like Behr’s Blueprint, you have plenty of options to stay in fashion. […]

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