From hexagon tile to dynamic open shelving, geometric shapes are hot. Here’s what’s behind the trend, and four ways to incorporate them in your designs.
Though geometric patterns and shapes have been used in design since antiquity, geometric shapes are trending again in home renovation. The clean lines and bold colors may have something to do with it.
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We are officially halfway through 2017. It went super quick, but we’re here, and we’re already pretty eager to see what 2018 has in store!
Of all the design trends we look forward to most in the coming year, color holds a steady spot at the top of our list. After all, it sets the tone for what furniture we buy, what decor we invest in, and the overall mood for that design year.
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Think of everything that matters to you and why they matter…Is it because they have some kind of importance to you? Why do you think they have an importance to you? Analyzing and answering these questions make it easier for you to find the essence of your interest in your passion.
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This blog showcases a range of home designs using Lego, ranging from a useful keyring holder to an entire staircase banister. The Lego staircase banister consists of almost 20,000 pieces of the colourful toy brick.
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Have you seen it? YouTube has officially cleaned up their look. They just released their newest desktop design, which is cleaner, simpler and more closely mimics their mobile experience. Plus, the framework is faster, so we’ll probably be seeing more updates soon — like this dark theme.
Not only did YouTube just update their new look, but the company also released the top three YouTube viewing trends in 2017 so far.
Read on to discover the latest YouTube trends and the marketing implications for your business.
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Brought on by isolation fatigue in the cyber age, architects and designers are increasingly seeking to imbue spaces with deeper sensory resonance.
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A restaurant serving pork knuckles and pickled cabbage in King’s Cross, London, has been voted the most beautiful in the world.
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You know the idea of using plants and flowers in a room, bringing the outside in? For years, this concept has been very popular in designing an interior space that would make the occupants feel like they are experiencing being in nature simultaneously. This idea is still in practice and provides for great human experiences.
Continue reading “Inside Out” Series Painting: Guggenheim Museum
Consider the large, uninterrupted blank canvas that is your ceiling. Now channel your inner Michelangelo. That’s right, this “fifth wall,” as interior designers are calling it, can make a sty-lish impact when decorated in hues or patterns that complement a room’s furnishings.
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A lack of homes on the market coupled with soaring real estate prices is leading more homeowners to make the most of their current abodes, particularly the kitchens. And why not? It’s often less stressful, and sometimes even more cost-effective, than getting baited into a bidding war over one of the few good properties for sale.
Continue reading Remodeling Your Kitchen? The Most Popular Appliances, Finishes, and Flooring