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27 Stunning Indoor Water Features You’ll Love

Sat, Apr 18, 2015 | Other

Sometimes you have to think outside-the-box to create a unique space in your house. Instead of going with the latest trends and most stylish of accents, why not add a feature to your house that’s personal, inspiring and something that will always make your feel comfortable and relaxed? Inserting some watery additions into your home will certainly make for...Continue Reading...


Japanese-Inspired Feminine Bedroom Design

Thu, Jul 4, 2013 | Bedroom designs

We’ve already told you of some Eastern-feel bedrooms decorated with peaceful touches of zen. Today we’ll show you one more example of such a bedroom with a calm atmosphere. How was that beautiful décor achieved? First of all, beautiful golden background wallpaper with white flower pattern creates a great combination with the soft color palette in...Continue Reading...


40 Philosophic Zen Garden Designs

Wed, May 29, 2013 | Terrace and garden designs |

Zen in Sanskrit or Mandarin dialect means ‘meditative state’, and a zen garden will really make your relax and reflect a little. Such a place is very calm and you can easily design it in your own garden just realizing some features. A pond with carps, sand garden and big stones, moss and lots of green will help you to create an atmosphere. Add wooden...Continue Reading...


33 Minimalist Meditation Room Design Ideas

Wed, Apr 10, 2013 | Decorating

Yoga and relaxation is what makes our life better, easier and calmer. After a hard day what can be better than relaxing, reflecting and doing yoga? You may do that at any place but a special one is better, it would help you to relax faster. Meditation room is a cool idea for those who got used to relaxing every day and gaining their spirituality. How to...Continue Reading...


Minimalist House With A Glazed Facade

Fri, Mar 22, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

This unusual and very calm house is located in Brittany and was built by French firm Lode Architecture. The D House on the banks of an estuary; the ground floor is a big open-plan space while the first floor has a series of smaller rooms. The ground floor has a glazed facade with views down to the water, the space is very open to the outside and there’s a...Continue Reading...


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