25 Biophilic Home Decor Ideas That Inspire

25 Biophilic Home Decor Ideas That Inspire
The word ‘biophilia’ means ‘love to nature’ and it appeared for the first time in 1984. It’s logical that very trendy today biophilic design is incorporating nature with decor. It includes natural light, vegetation, natural materials, natural colors, natural shapes and animals. This idea to fuse design with natural elements is considered to have a... 
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4 Best Colors For Small Spaces And 25 Examples

4 Best Colors For Small Spaces And 25 Examples
Decorating small spaces is traditionally done in neutrals only as it’s considered that they make tiny spaces look bigger. But having a small space doesn’t mean that you should stick only to neutrals, this rule doesn’t work anymore! The key is knowing what shades to use and how to distribute the materials that you already... 
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49 Glamorous Bedroom Design Ideas

49 Glamorous Bedroom Design Ideas
Glam style or just some touches of this amazing style will make your space more refined, welcoming and eye-catching. Old glam was classics with heavy furniture and crystal chandeliers, statement artworks and refined candelabras. But how does a glam space, to be precise, bedroom, looks today? Look for ideas below! Styles Glam doesn’t mean only... 
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25 Cool Ideas On Creating Multifunctional Spaces

25 Cool Ideas On Creating Multifunctional Spaces
Whether you are a homeowner of a small home or you wanna maximize the usability of each inch of space, this roundup is right what you need as we are sharing ideas on multifunctional spaces. They are totally in trend and are going anywhere as more and more people buy small dwellings. Let’s find out... 
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Imperfect Apartment Created Using Wabi Sabi Principles

Imperfect Apartment Created Using Wabi Sabi Principles
Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong-based architecture practice NCDA, “The Imperfect Residence” is a recently refurbished Hong Kong one-bedroom apartment. The title nevertheless succinctly references the designer’s guiding light, namely the ancient Japanese philosophy Wabi Sabi which is based on finding beauty in the imperfect and valuing simplicity. Translated into the language of interior... 
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