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  • 25 Edgy And Bold Skinny Tile Backsplashes
    We’ve already seen lots of tiles for kitchen backsplashes: fish scale and subway, glossy and matte, bright and neutral, dark and mosaic, and today we’ll show you one more idea that is getting trendier, and these are skinny tiles. Skinny tiles are long and thin ones, they can be clad vertically, horizontally or even done in patterns. Choosing them you’ll get longer installation yet a very catchy and unusual look, which isn’t often seen in kitchens. Wanna some inspiration? Let me share some cool ideas. Skinny Tile Backsplashes Skinny tiles can be clad either horizontally or vertically, it depends on... Read more »
  • 56 Awesome Garden Stone Paths
    Stones paths in a garden are amazing because they look very natural and simple, and that’s why it’s the best variant in case you have a Japanese or zen garden which look very natural. Big stones, small stones, mosaic or a mix with pebbles – choose what suits your garden most. Make a stairs of stones and pebbles or a stone path through some cool pond. An important point is that the surroundings are picturesque – plant some fantastic flowers, succulents or even moss. Moss or flowers around the path or getting through it look amazing! Look for more beautiful... Read more »
  • 52 Amazing Pebble Garden Paths
    Garden paths are important for garden décor, they help to create a mood. Stone paths are a great variant for a garden design close to nature, and pebbles are a fantastic idea! First of all, pebbles are easy to find, to handle and remind of sea. Second, it’s very easy to make patterns of them, any that you like – from vignettes to snakes. The best idea is to put pebbles into concrete: the path would be stable and comfortable for walking. But if you like, you may just make some edges and just put pebbles on the earth, it... Read more »
  • 25 Stylish IKEA Ottoman And Pouf Hacks
    Every living room, even the smallest one, needs an ottoman, a pouf or at least a floor cushion. If you don’t have one and aren’t ready to buy anything, it’s high time to DIY! We’ve prepared a bunch of ideas to make your own piece of IKEA items – renovating an existing item or creating a new one of IKEA items. Dive in! IKEA Ottomans And Poufs Hacks What IKEA items can you renovate? Actually, there are a lot of ideas to choose from but we’ve chosen IKEA Bosnas and Karlstad to show how to redo them. If you take... Read more »
  • 25 Inspiring Tropical Kitchen Decor Ideas
    Tropical interior decor means a feeling of summer every day, which cheers you up and makes you inspired. Even if you don’t have a tropical home, you can easily pull off this style in your usual house enjoy that summer ambience that it creates. Giving your kitchen a tropical spirit will make it more bright, exciting and entertaining and you’ll be more inspired while cooking (maybe some island food, ha?). Materials What usually comes to your mind when you think of tropical locations? Rattan, bamboo, wicker and some kinds of wood, so you should definitely incorporate them into your kitchen... Read more »
  • 46 Practical Garden Shed Storage Ideas
    It’s spring and it’s time to do some garden work! I’m sure that almost every garden has a garden shed where you store all the tools, seeds, buckets and so on. What are the practical ideas of shed storage to save some space and organize everything? Of course, getting some cabinets to store is the most common idea but what about making furniture of wine or milk crates? Attach baskets to the wall to make some storage space, use funnels for strings and hooks to hang everything from shovel to scissors, store seeds in big mason jars. Get some more... Read more »
  • 25 Practical IKEA Desk Hacks That Inspire
    A desk is a must for almost every home: most of us have if not a home office, then at least a home office nook. If you are ready to DIY, IKEA is your way – this furniture can be easily hacked to match your space or you may even compose your own desk of various IKEA items you have at hand. Here are the coolest ideas we’ve found on the web – choose and go crafting! IKEA Desk Hacks What IKEA desks can you hack? Actually, any desks! Grab your Micke, Gruvan, Kallax desk and ahck it to match... Read more »
  • 60 Awesome Summer Mantel Décor Ideas
    Summer is not so far, so have you decided how to decorate your home to celebrate its coming? To speak about inner décor, I always start from the mantel, and if you too, here are some cool and simple ideas how to decorate it. I think, the best advice is to gather what is connected with summer for you and place it on the mantel. Of course, the most popular idea is sea and beaches, so sea glass, starfish, shells and driftwood are what you need. Colorful buntings, plants and flowers, photo frames, fruit and green grass have almost become... Read more »
  • 25 IKEA Nightstand Hacks That Are Worth Pinning
    A nightstand is a must for every bedroom: you can place all the small stuff you may need there, and find it easily. Even if your bedroom is tiny, you can have a small floating nightstand or a shelf – today we’ll show you this and many other possible options made of IKEA items! Here you’ll find not only IKEA nightstand hacks but also nightstands made of other IKEA pieces, get inspired! IKEA Nightstand Hacks If you have a ready IKEA nightstand, just redo it to give it a new life! Whether it’s IKEA Hemnes, Tarva, Malm or any other... Read more »
  • Contemporary GG Apartment With A Metal Chute
    Ki design studio has renovated the GG apartment situated in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. Located at the top of a building dating back to 1917, the apartment was redeveloped and the designers incorporated a metal chute that the clients, or their guests, can slide down from the second floor. This unusual design solution was integrated because the client didn’t want a boring space and wanted a wow factor in his home. Due to the load-bearing floor construction of the existing 20th century building, inserting the slide posed a challenge for the designers and builders. As cutting into an area... Read more »






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