Picture this, it’s the end of a long work day and you’re driving home, ready to relax and unwind. As you approach your driveway, you push a button on your smartphone and immediately your whole home is prepped for your arrival. That simple touch of a button sets the thermostat to your desired temperature, starts playing your favorite Pandora radio station, turns on the lights, and closes your motorized blinds to create privacy. You may think that this isn’t possible, but with today’s technology, complete home automation is now a reality.
With a total surface of 85 square meters, this ground floor apartment has been carefully designed the fit the need of a growing family. At the entrance, the designer smartly use classic floor lamps set the tone for an inviting atmosphere of the place. Black & White artworks are spread throughout the apartment, perfectly matching the overall tune of the apartment. The room we like most is the baby room. Nice and clean layout, floor to ceiling storage space and cute decoration make it a prefect little princess room. What are the details you personally like best?
When you are living in the house or loft, stair is something can be avoided. Of course those ordinary wooden stairs do their work. But people start to pay more and more attention to their home stair design these day. There are two main reasons for this trend: first one is to utilize space around stair to create more storage and the another reason comes from design perspective, make the room modern and airy. In this post, we will show you some successful examples about the home stair design. Hope it will give you some inspiration when you need to redesign your stairs.
Stair space utilization – increase the storage
When talk about Scandinavian apartments, the first thing comes into your mind might be the usage of white color. White wall, white ceil, with furniture, white is undeniable main tone for Scandinavian apartments, and there is no exception for this one. However, different from others, the first interior you are likely to observe upon entering this 34 square-meter crib probably is its edroom, creatively separated from the rest of the project through glass walls. The glass and giant mirror helps to open up the room and give the spacious impression. A series of accent items such as the coffee table, the the candles, the chandelier or the fireplace give the apartment a unique personality and a mixed ambiance. Moreover, a small yet loevly balcony is perfect for a coffee and breakfast during warm summer mornings. The only suggestion I can give this place is to have some kind of curtain inside the glass bedroom to provide some privacy.