Blog via liamegam251 on Inoreader Choose the Cabinet Hardware that Fits Your Style and Elevates Your Space Knobs, pulls and handles — more than just functional, cabinet hardware is like the finishing touch on an outfit. The type you choose is a decorative flourish that adds interest and brings the space from fine to fabulous. In fact, just swapping out the hardware in a kitchen, bathroom or other space can totally change the look of
Blog via liamegam251 on Inoreader From Windows to Wood, Easy Ways to Brighten a Dark Space Not every room is blessed with plenty of natural light — or any for that matter. So what’s a homeowner to do when faced with a gloomy, or even cave-like space? Before you just start painting everything white, take a look at these ideas for brightening up any room. Some might just surprise you. Lighten the Wall Color No,
Blog via liamegam251 on Inoreader The Most Creative and Modular Furniture Series Money Can Buy Right Now Most furniture pieces these days are modular as designers focus more and more on flexibility and are trying to offer as much functionality and as many options in a compact and useful format. Some of the designs are truly revolutionary and highly inspiring, showing what modular furniture is truly about. This doesn’t apply to any single type of

10 Tips for Rocking Black and White Wall Art

Posted by Liam on 16th October 2018
Category: Home Decor
Blog via liamegam251 on Inoreader 10 Tips for Rocking Black and White Wall Art Wall art seems to make people’s knees shake more than most decorating decisions in the home. There are so many questions we ask ourselves in the process of hanging something. “Is this too high? Is it too low? Is it too large or too small? What if I put the nail in the wrong place? Maybe I should just put this
Blog via liamegam251 on Inoreader A Modern Container Home Blended Into A Cozy Suburban Plot A house made out of recycled shipping containers doesn’t really seem like the type to blend in well into a suburban area from New Jersey and yet that’s exactly the case here. This is a container home designed and built by architect Adam Kalkin back in 2008. He used a total of nine 40 foot long containers which were organized