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Modern Contemporary Mediterranean Home Design Ideas

Tue, 09 Nov 2010 11:46:00 +0000

Desert and Mediterranean, a perfect combination to build beautiful home. Like tis minimalist home design, with simple building forms and bold colors, make your home like no other. Just look at private courtyards with pools, awesome! Rich palette colors make this village like a picture.

(image) (image) (image) (image) (image) The plans epitomize the indoor/outdoor style of living that is so prevalent in the desert and many of the homes come with covered outdoor patios and courtyards. The challenge was to create a plan that can live as a one story but also option to a two story with the addition of a stair. There are 10 plans with three basic first floor layouts. Outdoor casitas and private courtyards with pools are also added to better enjoy the desert lifestyle. Higher ceilings with clearstory windows are included to create dynamic indoor spaces.

Modern and Luxury Furniture Interior Natural Home Design Ideas

Tue, 09 Nov 2010 11:45:00 +0000

(image) (image) (image) Architectural design is very popular right now is an ideal design for the modern home complete with a versatile design. Especially in the family room design that provides comfortable atmosphere when all family members gathered setlah not met all day because their activities are very full. This design with a sense of kinship and togetherness can be created again because the family room is fully designed by renowned architectural designer. you can change the atmosphere becomes like a family room that we recommend. let us build our family to stay intact.

How to Create a Relaxing Reading Nook

Mon, 08 Nov 2010 09:57:00 +0000

Is there anything more relaxing than curling up with a good book and escaping from the realities of your everyday life? A reading nook combines your favorite space in your home, a comfortable seating area and plenty of light. For many who enjoy reading the idea of trying to create the perfect space is time consuming and mentally overwhelming. Here are some tips for creating a relaxing reading nook in your home and leaving the cares of the world outside! What area of your home inspires/relaxes you: When you read you want the area in which you relax to be special for you. Whether it’s the corner of the living room near the big beautiful window or it’s a rocking chair on your porch, watching the world go by. You should pick a space that makes you feel great but also allows you to concentrate and engulf yourself into your reading.Choose seating: A relaxing reading nook wouldn’t be complete without comfortable seating. Depending on your décor and lifestyle this could be a couch or an oversized chair. Remember your nook should be personalized and comfortable. Depending on your seating, make sure it can be moved or adjusted depending on light sources and/or temperature changes in the room. Natural lighting: A sunlight source should be thought through when creating your reading nook. Your area should have the ability to let in natural light and avoid direct bright sunlight that can be harsh to your eyes and cause squinting or a glare. Consider using window treatments such as sheers to diffuse harsh light if needed.Artificial lighting: In the evening, your reading nook needs to have warm and inviting light, as well as the option for a brighter light source. Floor lamps, wall sconces and table lamps are ideal next to your reading nook seating. For flexibility of lighting consider using a 3 way light bulb that can adjust in wattage. Test your lighting conditions at various times to ensure you have ample light. Try using lighter weight and color lamp shades to make the most of the light output. Add decorative touches: To make your reading nook complete bring in amenities that will make it special to you. A throw blanket and a chair pillow can help your seating area feel comfortable and adaptable. Ensure there is ample air conditioning and heat flow in your reading area. Add photographs, flowers and a side table for resting items beside your seating area. For larger seating areas, consider having book shelving, magazine racks or open wall shelving for your ample selection of reading material. A relaxing reading nook can be just what you and your home needs. Try to find an area that is tucked away from the noise and everyday bustle of your home. The quieter your reading area can be, the likelier you are to want to use it on an ongoing basis. If you have space to have multiple reading nooks, in your bedroom, living area and off of the den your family members won’t all have to fight over yours![...]

10 Ways to Save Money Heating Your Home

Mon, 08 Nov 2010 09:54:00 +0000

The fall season is officially here and winter will be right around the corner. If you haven’t had to yet, eventually the cold will set in and heating your home will be inevitable. Everyone loves a cozy and warm home in the winter, but along with heating comes the reality of the energy costs associated with it. Here are 10 ways to help you save money heating your home to help keep your energy costs down. 1.) Use a programmable thermostat: Even though your home has a thermostat, make sure you can program it when to come on and go off. When you depend on a person to regulate the thermostat, human comfort and error will cause you to use more energy. A programmable thermostat will automatically adjust – even when you are away from your home. 2.) Heat your home with zones: If your home is large or multi-story, consider having different heating units for different ‘zones’ or areas of your home. This will cut down on how long your unit runs, it will also allow you to only heat the areas of your home that is occupied. If you have a smaller home, and have few occupants that live in the home, this may be a viable option. 3.) Turn down the heat at night: The evening hours are the most expensive time to run your heat due to colder temperatures outside. Turn down your heat once your family goes to bed, and put heavier blankets on their beds. Since you are asleep, your body will make its own heat, and therefore will not need as much house heating. 4.) Consider using space heaters: Instead of heating your entire home with a central heating system, use space heaters in individual rooms. Space heaters are less expensive to run and will heat up your space quicker than a central system. For safety, follow manufacturer’s directions in placing the unit nearby items. Allow at least 3-4ft around the unit as a general rule. 5.) Run ceiling fans in reverse: Ceiling fans are not only for keeping your room cool. Warm air rises and can get trapped at the ceiling level. By turning a ceiling fan to the reverse option will bring the warm air down from the ceiling. For homes with vaulted or high ceilings, this is especially helpful. 6.) Insulate windows and doors: In the winter time, keeping your heat inside your home is the goal. Insulate windows and doors with weather stripping to avoid heat and air infiltration. Check the sweep below your exterior doors to ensure cold air is not entering below the door. Replace if necessary. 7.) Have your heater system serviced: The efficiency of your heating system is largely due to how well it operates. Have your heating system serviced by an air conditioning and heating professional annually. 8.) Check your attic insulation: Much of the heat in your home is lost through the ceiling and then through your attic. Ensure that your attic has enough insulation and it is of high quality. R-30 value is recommended and for colder climates R-40 or R-50 should be used. 9.) Let the sun in: During the winter we tend to keep our window treatments closed, open them up to allow sunshine to warm your home. The sunlight will physically and mentally warm your home and your spirits! 10.) Upgrade your appliances: If your appliances are more than 8-10 years old, they could be replaced with more energy efficient models. Different countries have energy efficiency programs initiated in their area. In the United States, Energy Star appliances have been tested to be 10% more energy efficient than the competition. Your energy costs are largely determined by how efficiently your appliances use energy. Yes, a no-brainer. As the colder weather grows near, consider ways to make your home more energy efficient. Similarly to the summer months, the winter months can mean high energy costs. Use the 10 tips to see a difference in your monthly energy costs. Who knows, you may save money and help th[...]

Mixture of Eastern and Western Traditions : Texas Hill Road Residence

Fri, 05 Nov 2010 15:44:00 +0000

Incorporated Architecture & Design created this beautiful home for a young New York couple who wanted to escape from the big city. Located in Craryville, New York, USA, the Texas Hill Road Residence embodies the inhabitant`s extensive travelling to China, Japan, Europe and South America and their background: one is a born New Yorker, while the other is a Costa Rican national of Asian descent. So the house was built taking into account several traditional Chinese construction features that were combined with a modern interior and exterior design. To protect the privacy of the family, the entrance is facing northeast but all the rooms are oriented to the southwest to get as much sun as possible. The main entrance is low and mainly closed so that the road can be reached without sharing any of the intimate details of the life inside the home. A beautiful grey slope forms the roof with a ten foot high front facade made from big windows that ensure sun warmth but protects the home from overheating during the hot summer days but also the incredible view of the forest that filters the light. The materials used for the roof and the sides of the house is a recyclable Zalmag (a galvanized coating on steel made of 95% recycled material consisting of 11% aluminium, 3% magnesium and 86% zinc). The house rests on a wooden frame that ensures its durability. Contemporary engineering and traditional design basics created this amazing home on the forest`s edge. [...]

Elegantly Coping With Space Constraints: Y House in Japan

Fri, 05 Nov 2010 15:42:00 +0000

On Freshome, we are constantly overwhelmed with the creativity of Japanese architects. Usually located in a crowded urban environment, their projects must respond to the extreme constraints of space. The incredible Y-House by IDEAoffice is situated in Saitama, a city just 30 kilometres north of Tokyo. The owners of the residence wanted a place that would guarantee a high level of privacy, while in the same time making sure that every room got a large amount of natural light. The result was a three-floor sustainable home with a practical outdoor terrace which adds more living space. All rooms point to the central private garden, having no awkward contact with neighbors. The interiors are highly modern and suited for a family home. How’s this for coping with urban density? Photos: Kouichi Torimura.- via Space Invading [...]

Original Home with Charming Design Details in South Africa

Fri, 05 Nov 2010 15:39:00 +0000

Designed by architects Werner van der Meulen, this beautiful residence is located in South Africa, in a small urban settlement. A single photo of the exterior is enough to demonstrate this home’s originality. The horizontal window “shields” made of wood have a particular charm and give the home a personalized look. With floor to ceiling windows, the indoor-outdoor connection is optimized without affecting the privacy of the inhabitants. Water was an important factor when laying out the outdoor space. Aside from the generous pool complimented by a dining area, the residence is enriched by various “oases”. The interior design is highly modern, with beautiful contemporary furniture arrangements and inspiring details. What intrigued us is the barbed wire in the last photo (a common addition to fences in South Africa) which contrasts heavily with the overall design of the house. [...]

Beautiful Home “Defended” by its Green Environment: Eva Street Residence

Fri, 05 Nov 2010 15:37:00 +0000

Eva Street Residence was designed by architect Chris Cobb and is located in Austin, Texas. Chris says that the one of the biggest challenges when developing the plans for this project was a 150+ oak tree, situated in the middle of the property. Instead of bringing it down, the construction was built in strong relationship with the tree, sheltering the people inside without making them foreigners in their environment. Here is more information from the architect: “The house is clad in Brazilian Redwood siding and corrugated weathering steel, which adds scale, texture, and a melding of the house with its surrounding landscape while at the same time softening the sharp, crisp geometry of the structure. The wood cladding extends into the interior of the house, which is also defined by dark chocolate bamboo floors, crisp white walls, meticulous custom made cabinets, and clean detailing.” With all that lush vegetation around it, the home looks secluded and protected . Photos by Casey Woods Maddeaux and Thomas McConnell [...]

Bright and Spacious Loft with Charming Interior Design in Gothenburg

Fri, 05 Nov 2010 15:28:00 +0000

We really love the overall atmosphere that these Swedish apartments inspire. As usual, we are charmed by the simple, yet charming interior design of this 85 square meter flat consisting of three rooms plus kitchen. The living room (first photos) is the heart of this beautiful crib. Light and airy with whitewashed walls, oak flooring and three windows for abundant natural light, this room seems perfect for familiar gatherings. We really like the cozy reading corner, the oval coffee table, the round window and the strong purple contrasting with the white walls. All of these elements create a dreamy living space, both homey and aesthetic. Next to the living room, there is a delightful bedroom featuring a double bed and a wardrobe. Three of the walls are painted in white and the fourth is covered with a nicely patterned wallpaper by Manuel Canovas. We invite you to check out the rest of the interiors and let us know if this home won you over. – via Alvhem [...]

Luxury Antique Lamp Design Pictures

Fri, 05 Nov 2010 15:21:00 +0000

(image) If you like things that are antique, it would not hurt if you try antique lamps as lighting in your home. This antique lamp can make your home atmosphere became brighter and more attractive.