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elegance A Modern Reinterpretation Of A Historical Rural Residence In Pennsylvania decoration ideas The back of the main home accommodates a green courtyard with a stone-paved alley and a variety of trees and plants. Floor-to-ceiling windows and roof openings bathe the interior in organic light. The unpretentious raw walls and the classic stone cladding contrast with some of the present day finishings. The furnishings is also shabby chic, specially selected to produce a unitary residing environment. There are a couple of exciting factors of décor: such as “the green wall” (fully produced of plants), panels of rust (for an edgy effect) and a royal-like bathroom. An illusive contradiction of designs that perform so, so effectively together!
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Modern Property:

“Limit Waterloo – in the town of Lasne , near St. John’s International School, contemporaryfamilyhomedesigned by the Bureau d’architecture Olivier Dwek in 2007, developing a total constructed area of ± 625m2 (6,727ft2) on a beautiful plot of 13 acres oriented south. The house has four bedrooms, a dressing room and an office. Two-car garage and four parking spaces.

Beautiful modern finishes, quality materials, beautiful terrace and garden facing south.”

Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s

Modern Property was published on HomeDSGN on Sep 14, 2014.

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Mandi’s Dining Room Before & AfterDaily Interior Design Ideas

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessAs a first timehome owner, I was incredibly eager to start renovating our entire house the day we moved in. Of course, it usually doesn’t worklike that, especially when you’re on a tight budget. The comparatively large and open kitchen/diningarea was what had really sold us on thislittle house, but for a long time it was my least favorite part of our home, as far as decor was concerned.

As I recently prepared for our kitchen renovation (you can see my posts and follow along here), I became really motivated to make a few changes I had been dreaming about for our dining room as well. After two years of saving money and shuffling things in from my thrift store trips, I decided it was high time this space got a little love.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessThe Before

This is about as before as it gets, folks! I snapped this photo when we were just house hunters looking for a bargain buy. When we first viewed this house, everything was plain, dark, and basically a blank canvas, since no one had been living in the home for quite some time. Because we were really tight on money, I took a couple of years to really think about what I wanted for the space. While I waited, I filled the dining room with things I had inexpensively created or had found at thrift stores over the years. If my home looks like a hodge podge of found items, it’s because that’s exactly what it is! It’s just taken me a while to refine everything to my liking.

The first change I made to our home was regrettable, and it concerned the purple-graypaint you see on the walls in the image below. When we moved in, all of the walls in the entire house were a light, bright green (see image above). So, in a hurry to be rid of it, I bought three gallons of paint after looking at swatches for only a few minutes at the store. Because I was pregnant, family offered to paint all of the walls in our dining room and living room while I hid from the fumes at my parents’ house. When I saw the paint on the walls the next day, I didn’t exactly despise it, but I definitely did not like it. I just didn’t feel as though it fit our personality or style at all, and it made our generously shaded home feel even darker. (I used flashes to capture the image below left because I couldn’t get enough even light for a good shot.) But, like I said, money was tight. I couldn’t justify the expense of buying more paint and definitely couldn’t bear asking people to repaint it for me. So I figured I’d wait it out.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessThe Changes

Two years later I finally got the dramatic change I was waiting for when I dipped into our home repair fund and painted all of the trim a glossy white and repainted all of the walls with a carefully considered Benjamin Moore paint that I just adore— Bright White. (It’s more like a very light gray— a shade darker than the untinted white paint on our trim and cabinet.) We also repainted the ceiling with untinted white paint and were surprised to see that the ceilings had actually been a really dingy, dark shade of white. No wonder it had been so dreary in our house!

The little white light fixture shown in the before picture below was something inexpensive I had hastily found on the Internet to replace the ceiling fan that had come with the previously un-air-conditioned house. The light was another unfortunate choice I made in the early days of home ownership, as its small size was severely disproportionate to our big farmhouse table in this wide-open space. Oops. I suppose it would be perfect over someone’s small kitchen table though. I had a really difficult time settling on a light fixture to replace it. I was afraid of getting something too trendy, but I didn’t want anything too traditional either. Eventually I settled on these two 12″ globe pendants, which fill the space above the table quite nicely and add a nice sixties’ flair to our home.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessI excitedly spotted the shell chairs above on the sidewalk at Goodwill one Sunday when we were driving home from church. Of course, I ran into the store and bought them all, but I eventually decided they didn’t work with our space very well. I ended up selling them for a profit and replaced them with new, more traditional spindle-back chairs. I really love these chairs and hope they last a long time!

In the before pictures, you’ll see a beautiful Turkish kilim rug on the floor. When my daughter Lucy started eating food, it had to go. I pulled it up and stored it in our garage. I ended up selling the rug to an ABM reader, and the money from that sale, in combination with the sale of the chairs above, gave me enough money to buy the new dining room chairs. Now we are rugless in here, and I think it’s the best choice for our messy family, considering my constant crafting and Lucy’s penchant for throwing food on the floor. Terrazzo floors are wonderfully resilient.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessAn easy change, well, really more like a temporary fix, was pulling off the brass fireplace surround. I thought it was kind of ugly and it wasn’t serving a purpose on our unused fireplace. So we just ripped it off and cleaned the wall. Such a dramatic change! Eventually I want to install a gas fireplace insert because the chimney would need expensive repair work to make it wood burning, and there’s already a gas line in place for an easy hook-up. The brick wall of the fireplace is also shared by the kitchen (see image below). So when we decided to paint it white during the stressful backsplash repair, the dining room was also affected. Painting the brick wall white wasn’t something I had ever wanted to do, but now that it’s done, I actually really love it! It’s so bright in here now, and the built-in oven blends into the background so nicely.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessEclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessEclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessThe last big changes in this space are the storage pieces and curtains. My mother-in-law scored some major points when she got these curtains for me last Christmas. I love the pop of color they inject into the room, and the golden yellow hue is just perfect for my ’60s-influenced style. Recently I whipped up this DIY curtain rod to complete the look.

I do most of my crafting in the dining room, and since I’m working on something every week, it’s important to have somewhere to tuck away all of my materials so our dining room doesn’t end up looking like a work zone. I ditched the old thrifted china cabinet and its clear glass doors for an antique cabinet that had plenty of hidden storage, which greatly reduced the visual clutter. I had to paint the cabinet to disguise extensive repair work I had done, so a fresh coat of white paint helped to brighten the dining room even more. The proportions of this wider cabinet work better than the narrow china cabinet did next to my large dining table. And I really love that, because of the cabinet’s lower height, I now have a nice surface for decorating.

The vintage green locker was another piece that I bought for its storage potential, and it fit perfectly next to the sliding doorwithout obstructing the path to our patio. I had considered painting the locker a different color, because avocado green would not have been my first choice. But I really love the patina and character of the finish, which makes me a bit worried I wouldn’t like it as much if it were freshly painted. Maybe I’ll try an antique looking paint job on it someday, though I don’t know what color I would choose.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessEclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessEclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessEclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessI plan to change up the vignettes on the cabinet from time to time, especially during the holidays. For now, I have silly little tchotchkes and Lucy’s photo on display. I have a feeling they’ll soon get displaced by pumpkins or maybe something a little spooky.

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Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessEclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessThe Glitter Counter

I had been looking for a cabinet like the one in our dining room for quite some time. I finally found the perfect piece and took it home in the midst of our kitchen renovation. It needed some work done to it before it could be used, so, as if I wasn’t busy enough at the time, I decided to build a countertop for it. But not just any counter, you guys! I made a glitter countertop. Because of its height, you really can’t see the glitter until you walk up to the cabinet. It’s a fun little surprise.

You can check out how I made the glitter countertop at my personal blog here.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessEclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessI’ve been collecting wall art for the past few years, and while I had been hanging mostly tolerable thrift store finds in our past homes, I finally have amassed a collection of pieces I really, truly love. Above you can see the vintage photobooth panel from a local Northeast Ohio amusement park, Cedar Point. Funny enough, we actually found it at a resale/antique shop when we were down in Columbus this summer.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful Mess
Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessEclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessThe paintings in our dining room are both Milton Avery reproduction canvases that I framed myself. You can see my post about custom framing without any power tools here. Links to where you can buy them are at the bottom of this post.

To add some extra cheer to our kitchen and dining area, I like to impulsively grab flowers on occasional grocery store trips and rearrange them in my own pots and vases when I get home. I arranged these bright flowers inside of a vintage glazed pot on our table for an infusion of happy, end-of-summer color.

Eclectic Dining Room Before & After on A Beautiful MessIn case you are curious about where anything in our dining room is from, I’ve included information and links for you below:

-Dining table— I made it out of old barn siding
-Dining chairs— Overstock
-Portable radio— Vermont Country Store
-Liquor tray— Wild Orchid Quilts
-Cabinet— vintage
-Countertop— DIY
-Locker— vintage
-Curtains— Amazon
-Curtain rod— DIY
-Large Milton Avery canvas— Painting Star (stretched and framed by me)
-Small Milton Avery canvas over fireplace— Encore Editions (framed by me)
-Photobooth panel— vintage, purchased from Grandview Mercantile in Columbus
-Wall paint— Benjamin Moore “Bright White”
-Brick wall paint— untinted white semi-gloss paint
-Cowhide stool— eBay, reupholstered
-Faux cowhide upholstery fabric— Amazon
-Dog on wheels— garage sale find
-High Chair— Amazon (we removed the pad)

I loved looking at these before and after pictures! Our house really has come quite a long way since we first walked through its doors as potential buyers. We really love it here, and hope you enjoyed taking a peek! –Mandi

Credits // Author and Photography: Mandi Johnson. Photos edited with Stella of the Signature Collection.

Contemporary Metallic Coffee TablesDaily Interior Design Ideas

The coffeetable has an innate capacity to solidify or completely dissolve the design of an complete residingspace with a single punch. Deciding on the proper coffee table is important to attaining the all round vibe you desire. For those who lean toward the contemporary, metal coffee tables are an excellent way to achieve a greatmodernsearch.

But even if you’re not into entire-scale modern design and style, a coffee table that incorporates even a bit of metal can add a wonderful contemporary feel to your space. Right here are some examples:


It’s not completely contemporary, per se, but this scissor-styled coffee table is purely a specimen of the tough-working industrialfashion. Which can operate very nicely in modern day spaces. We adore the adaptability of this table, with its adjustable height and casters.


Modern day fashion embraces a clean line, and this coffee table fits proper in. What a wonderful modern presence it provides to a traditional, neutral residing space.


Chic and packed with character, this brass coffee table is fabulously exciting. A excellent showstopper in a sophisticated and fairly neutral space.


Mirrors and metal go together like this unique jewellery box-shaped coffee table. Extremely glamorous on its plush carpeted throne.


A dark metal coffee table with a laser-minimize leading gives depth to an otherwise airyroom. The table also ties in nicely with metal patiochairs, which appear properly at house right here.


We enjoy a multifunctionalpiece, and when your practical coffee table can double as a piece of sculpture, you have truly acquired something there.


Absolutely nothing adds a luxe search quite like a brass-legged glass-topped coffee table. Being paired with white and pale neutral furniture aids the coffee table’s lines truly pop. People legs!


This unique coffee table reverses the normal glass-top-metal-legs layout, with its polished metal tabletop and many clearacrylic sideways legs. Really the conversation piece, this.


A clean-lined steel coffee table is the epitome of contemporary chic in this present day, grey space. The length of this distinct coffee table, visually, leads completely to the geometric circle at the far end of the area.


When chrome and brass mix, as they do on this coffee table’s legs, the design and style globe as a total comes that much closer to perfection.


The modern day sputnik-esque layout of this glass coffee table’s brass legs is present day and ultrachic and seems to be wonderful on a diamond-pattern Moroccan region rug.

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Original Handcrafted Gentleman’s Accessory: The Ultimate Valet by Karv LuxuryDaily Interior Design Ideas

interior modern valet Original Handcrafted Gentlemans Accessory: The Ultimate Valet by Karv Luxury According to the creative team at Karv Luxury, nothing says manliness like big and broad hand-sculpted Walnut shoulders. The designers of The UltimateValet wanted to bring some style and additional utility to the common valet, while simplifying its appearance. Another goal was to add an element of craftsmanship and sculpture that is absent in a lot of today’s mass producedfurniture: “The way we see it, either we let automated manufacturing and homogeneous design take over, or we stand up (with chisels, rough hands, and an eye for detail) to createsomething that’s out of this world.” The project is designed by artist and master woodworker Jacob Sorenson and built by traditionalcraftsmen in New Hampshire. ideas ultimate valet Original Handcrafted Gentlemans Accessory: The Ultimate Valet by Karv Luxury The Ultimate Valet combinescutting edge design with traditional craftsmanship. Anatomically correct, life-sized shoulders carved by hand from solid Walnut set the tone for a masculine furniture piece. A surprising USB chargingunit for smart phones and a shoecabinet enhance the functionality of the design. You can back this project and find out moreabout the studio’s work via Kickstarter. Check out the presentationvideo at the end of the post and let us know what you think!

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46 Sqm Flat With A Cozy Truly Feel And Plenty Of Area For StorageDaily Interior Design Ideas

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46 squaremeters is not a whole lot of room in an apartment. It’s prettymuch at the restrict in betweentiny and cozy. But there methods in which you can make a modest room truly feelgreat. For instance, thismini-flat has a really warm and cozy search. It truly feels like a residence. The two individually and as a total, the rooms seem inviting and homey.

The apartment has an openkitchen which is a very good option for a modest area. By getting rid of the wallamongst the rooms you create far morespace and a feeling of spaciousness and openness. Also, you have the freedom to combine the two spaces (the kitchen and the residing area) in any way you want. In this case, a bar is the main element that delimitates the two locations. The rest of the apartment features the very same blend of influences and designs as the main residing location.

The bedroom has a lovelyvintage-rustic really feel which suits this room completely. It also has a few present day aspects such as the minimalist equipment and furnishings pieces but, overall, it is a cozy and comfy area. The bathroom is remarkably homey and spacious. It lacks a bathtub but it has a shower which is an choice you typically select when the space is also little to be relaxed. Nevertheless, the rest of the bathroom space was utilised superbly.discovered on Stadshem.

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Gift Idea: Sister Photo BookDaily Interior Design Ideas

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details)Hi friends. Today let’s hop back on the scrapbooking train! I’m going to show you how to make one of my veryfavorite albums, a chipboardphotobook, in another installment of our Canon USA collaboration. I made one earlier this year with wedding photos, but the one we’re going to make today is even simpler, because we’re using a three-ring binder book instead of a spiral-bound book.

This book is a special gift for my sister.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Over the past year we’ve taken a lot of photos together for the blog. Some of them are my very favorite photos ever. Prior to making this neither of us had any of these photos printed out in our homes, the shame! For this project I am printing them out and making an album with all full-page photos as a keepsake for Emma. I want her to always remember this special season we’ve had.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Supplies needed: You’ll need a chipboard album, two pieces of coloredcard stock, photos to fill all your pages, adhesive, scissors and an X-Acto knife. Not pictured: I also used black bookbinding tape, a Crop-A-Dile tool and black and white acrylic paint.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Optional: There are countless fun embellishments you can pick up to add to your pages. If you want to use stamps, letterstickers, washi tape, mists or stickers.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Time to print! Measure the cover and the pages of your album. Add 1/2 an inch to eachside (so they will go over the edges a little and help you trim them exactly flush with your chipboard). Print your photos. We printed ours on the PIXMA iP8720, which is our go-to printer for large prints (it can print up to 13″x19″). I love it for these projects, because it makes it easy to get multiple prints on one sheet.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Assembly step 1: Use scrapbook adhesive to line the outside edge of each chipboard page. Then adhere the page to the back of your photo, centering it.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Assembly step 2: Trim the photo paper away from the chipboard using an X-Acto knife. Some parts will be easier with scissors and on the corners you will want to use the X-Acto to get a good rounded edge. This is the most tedious part of the album. After you adhere a photo to both sides of each page use another page to guide you to re-punch holes with a Crop-A-Dile tool.

BindingAssembly step 3: After the photos are on the front cover. use bookbinding tape to seal them down and cover the spine.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Assembly step 4: Use black paint, around the binder clips, to give it a more finished look.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Assembly step 5: Last step! Adhere colored card stock on the inside of each cover side. I used two different colors just for fun.

Now that it looks finished and polished, It’s time to add fun details!

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Time to decorate those pages. Choose whether you want to stay minimal or go crazy with embellishments. For me, the more I love my photos, the fewer embellishments I tend to use. So this book doesn’t have too many. I wanted to let the photos really shine. Don’t worry. I’ll go embellishment crazy another day soon. 😀

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) Get sentimental. Real sentimental. I always like to add a personal note to a gift album.

A fun gift idea! Sister photo book (click through for DIY details) And it’s that simple! Your album is complete. This one took me two days because the X-Acto process is a little tedious. Worth the effort though! I love the crisp, clean look of full page photos.

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A fun gift idea! Sister photo book! A fun gift idea! Sister photo book! A fun gift idea! Sister photo book! For a finishing touch, I added messypainted stripes to the bookbinding tape on the cover. I can’t wait to give Emma her book (I left it on her desk at work). It was a lot of fun to make and it feels awesome to have so many of our memories printed out and put together.

Who do you want to make a photo book for? xx. Elsie

Credits// Author and Photography: Elsie Larson. Photos edited with Stella from The Signature Collection.

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Beautifully Designed Industrial LoftDaily Interior Design Ideas

Industrial type interior patterns are widespread for lofts and old warehouses turned into exclusive living spaces. This loft named Den Loft by NORDES is exceptional for its industrial style.

We needed to develop an interior for a totally free guy. Free of stereotypes, prejudice, needless issues. Person does not sit still, energetic, loving travel and partying with pals at residence. This is why the floor space as open as feasible. There is not a enormous developed-in wardrobe. Folding sofa, which saves room. Kitchen, if necessary, is completely hidden behind sliding facades. We needed to make sure that the interior has turn out to be a dream of the regular social unit consisting of two grownups and two kids.Rather, the den – a temporary home for an individual who is seeking for.

Melina Divani is the proprietor and creator of Decoholic.org. Interior Design and style is her infinite passion without cease.