Today’s post is dedicated to rooms with a view. Yet these rooms aren’t overlooking the ocean or the forest. In many cases there’s an interior view to celebrate – a view of another room thanks to some clever design choices that make it a true privilege to look through the .
Green is another color that can have many effects. But a rich kelly green living room has a very different effect than the tranquility of this citrus-toned kitchen…
Let the countdown of fine woods commence! Discover ten amazing lumber attributes that once installed in your home will help unlock the greatest potential a room can display. From its unique knots and grains to stunning colors what would our home be without wood?
The Eucalyptus plant has made it possible for us to have a naturally salmon hued wood that like us gets a little darker when spending time under UV rays. This wood makes for an amazing wide paneled floor as well as cabinetry and as mentioned earlier for millwork such as doors frames and crown molding. There are so many areas of your home that can chew on the homey taste of Lyptus.
Which is a good thing considering that airplane propellers are structured out of one walnut specie. Whether high in the air or firmly grounded on your kitchen floor walnut is a great ally in design.
Walnut is grown in different countries and climates thus have many different shades and temperaments but is often acknowledges as a dependable wood neither expanding or shrinking as another wood would do in normal circumstances.
Finding ways to work this hue into your space can be as simple as going with a shade that is calming rather than stimulating or incorporating a vivid energizing color through accent pieces.
Leading the pack this year is the winner of the best future project design in the Students category designed by Inmaculada Piqueres Díez and Augusto González Bello from the Advanced Infoarchitecture at the School for New and Professional Technology CICE in Madrid.
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