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Home Design Ideas that Won’t Cost a Fortune

Home Design Ideas that Won't Cost a FortuneMake a difference in your design. Small decorating projects can freshen up your home. Not only can home décor be difficult to keep up with, but it can be an expensive investment; not to mention the time that goes into redecorating a home! Interior design is the practice of space planning and designing interior spaces in homes and buildings. Interior design also includes the specification of furniture, fixtures, and coordinating their installation.

Sometimes the simplest solutions can have the biggest impact so try these easy ideas to change every room in your home. If you’re ready to start saving money on home décor, see our tips on home décor ideas. Home trends change quickly. What was in style this year could easily be out the next. Decorate your home for less with savvy ideas for affordable, impactful updates. What’s essential for interior design is being able to communicate your design ideas clearly.

See how to give the rooms in your home a boost with designing projects from repurposed items, or how to use what you already own to create a brand-new look. You can get the look you love while maintaining a budget that works for you. We will show you how to spend less and get more when decorating your home. The right lighting can transform the mood of your scheme at very little cost. Why not buy a fresh shade for your lamp? Try replacing mismatched table lamps, with stylish matching ones.


Eco-Friendly Glass House

Eco-Friendly Glass HouseIncredibly compact, the 83-square-foot, minimalist structure features reflective solar paneled glass that provides privacy and also camouflages the building amongst the trees. The self-sufficient home requires no active heating or cooling systems (even in extreme weather conditions) thanks to the insulated triple-pane walls and passive solar heating from thin-film photovoltaics, integrated into the south side. The walls also have a UV reflective coating to protect against bird and animal collisions.

Rainwater is collected off the shed roof, which is then filtered, treated, and stored in a tank for on-site use. The innovative glass house not only provides meditative, 360-degree views of the surrounding natural landscape, but it’s also made to minimize “our living footprint to zero energy, zero waste, zero water.” The architects reveal: “Our passion for the environment is not just technical, but extends to the experience of nature.” the off-grid dwelling is designed with three different minimalist layouts.

Options include the Basic model, a flexible open-plan for multipurpose use; Bed+Bath, with a built-in sofa-bed and bathroom; and a Sauna, which has built-in wood benches and sauna. Designed by Minnesota-based architecture firm Coulson, the Camouflage House is a zero waste home that blends in with its surroundings. The innovative glass house not only provides meditative, 360-degree views of the surrounding natural landscape. The perfect place for stargazing!


Window Ideas for Spring

These ideas can help turn a window into a fresh, lively focal point. And they work for different kinds of windows and windowsills, too. Come on and let the light shine in!

1. Fake flowers for a lush view. Just attach a suction cup towel rack and hang your favorite artificial plants and flowers. It’ll feel like spring without any sneezes, and you don’t have to drill or worry about wilting!

2. Show off real signs of spring. Mixing different shapes, sizes of frames, domes, vases, and carafes creates an eye-catching look.

Window Ideas for SpringA collection and put nature in focus, go for lighter shades of transparent glass and plastic. 3. Layer curtains to play with light and color a room. One or two airy sheers close to a window let light in while creating privacy.

Room`s Light Level
A thicker one on top lowers a room’s general light level. For easy-change layers, you can put up multi-track curtain rods and rails.

Start Spring Cleaning
We want the outdoors to look like spring has already sprung. We start spring cleaning our house and opening up the windows to let the fresh air in and the stale winter air out.

Clean those windows!
Especially during the spring season, it is important that you decorate the display. The lighting and colors that you use for the display are also important. Try vibrant colors that will light up the area.

Add Spring to Your Windows
Adding some spring to your windows will really help welcome in this wondrous season. Here are our favorite ideas to do just that. Windows are a big part of our spring time experience.

Time for Plants
If your windows are not in the best of condition and no amount of cleaning, repair or decorating can make them better. Spring is the time of renewal for plants, flowers and trees. Placing some house plants on your window sill is a great way to bring that feel of renewal into your home.


It`s Time to Try the New STOLPA Clocks!

It`s Time to Try the New STOLPA Clocks!Playful in style, STOLPA wall and table clocks, designed by Henrik Preutz, that make light work of timekeeping. A clever touch Tap the yellow STOLPA table clock to see its outer ring enlighten for a few seconds – a great function for the bedside. And the silent quartz movement means you won’t be kept awake by noisy ticking sounds! Sound sensitive The white STOLPA wall clock has a built-in sound sensor that lights up to noise – for example, a clap.

Additionally, a built-in light sensor adjusts the light to save battery life. Thoughtful design Having been a designer for IKEA since 2003, Henrik Preutz knows a thing or two about making great products for everyday life at home. ‘I really like the challenge of working with low-priced products, because I have to think hard about what kind of materials to use in order to make a good product that’s sustainable and long-lasting.’ A clock without the tick-tock.

The mechanism has a silent movement so you can relax and sleep without being disturbed by the sound. No disturbing ticking sounds since the clock has a silent quartz movement. Highly accurate at keeping time as it is fitted with a quartz movement. Good to know We recommend using alkaline batteries in the clock. STOLPA, Clock, A touch sensor activates the decorative clock light when you touch it. In a bright room the light will turn on, and in a dark room it will. A sunny way to wake up each morning.


GRANBODA – Small, Smart, Flexible

GRANBODA – Small, Smart, FlexibleThe new GRANBODA nest of tables has three small tables that can be moved around to wherever you need them, while its cool, modern design offers extra surface space and storage for tidying away the little things that always seem to go missing… Designed by Jonas Hultqvist, GRANBODA looks good – made in contemporary shades of white and grey – and is easy to live with – its powder-coated steel and plastic finish is wipe-clean and hardwearing.

Plus, the smallest table has a tray-top design, making it possible to store away clutter. Flexible design. Use GRANBODA as three separate side tables or together as one big coffee table. When you need to save space, slide the tables to stack neatly on top of each other. The design makes this piece of furniture easy to place, easy to use for various needs, and easy to match with other furnishings. The smallest table has higher edges that keep items on the table top from sliding off when you move the table.

Ikea’s products are streamlined, flexible, and multi-functional, bringing all kinds of possibilities to even the tiniest of city apartments. So, just how exactly does this brand do it? Every year, the brand embarks on an extensive project to figure out the top desires and pain points of its customers. Fresh homewares designed to make the everyday a little more playful. A durable and easy-care coffee table that is also ideal as a side table. The raised edge makes the table easier to grip and carry.

Living Room

Spring Trends: Get the Nature-Inspired Look

Spring Trends: Get the Nature-Inspired LookNature captures our attention through the senses and helps us to relax and escape stressors. Learn how to mix and match two different natural looks to bring some benefits of the great outdoors inside. Create a calm and coordinated look. Use earth tones to form a warm base. Think sandy beaches, fields of grains and desert canyons. Add an accent hue in shades of blue for a calming effect reminiscent of the sea and sky. How to furnish the look. Try relaxing neutrals on bigger items.

You will probably keep these pieces for a long time, so a pale base that can be updated easily gives lots of flexibility. Then add a few accent pieces (cushions, side tables, vases) in shades of blue. Play with textures. This style is all about mixing textures to add interest to the room – think genuine leather, solid wood and rattan. Don’t be afraid of imperfections such as rough surfaces or leather with patina – those details just give extra character to your interior.

Decorate with natural elements. Materials that are kind to you and the environment, such as a soft throw made from more sustainable cotton and pure linen. Add authenticity with a handcrafted rug and an imperfect clay vase for a one-of-a-kind style. Decorating with natural elements will breathe new life inside your home. Even if your home is more contemporary a play on nature can spark a bit of creativity in an unsuspecting nook or cranny around the house.


Create an Outdoor Living Room

Create an Outdoor Living RoomTransform your outside space into a living room with different zones so the whole family can spend time together no matter what they want to do! Check out how outdoor furniture and smart storage solutions maximize your options and minimize clutter. AN AREA FOR ENTERTAINING AND EATING. Encourage conversation by moving a couple of the seating sections around the table so everybody can see each other. Bring out a movable cart from the kitchen to use as a side table and a place to store cutlery, napkins and glassware.

Get some plates from the cabinet and invite your friends over for a delicious meze platter and mouth-watering juices. A great way to end every day! Combine different sections of the outdoor seating to create a sofa that suits your space. Want to make the room more cozy? It’s easy to change things up. Put the rattan armchair against the wall and push the seating sections together to make a big day-bed! Let the nesting tables work as side tables for books and magazines, or as a pedestal for a plant.

Ready for an afternoon nap? Grab a few soft blankets and fluffy cushions from the cabinet and relax in the sun. As spring arrives, it’s nice to be able to do the same things that we do inside, outside. Create a relaxing spot where you can focus while others hang out close by. A curtain doubles up as a room divider, so you can choose whether you want to work in privacy or socialize. Stay comfortable with an adjustable chair and a desk at the right height. Store your laptop or tablet in the large cabinet when you’ve finished!


Metallic Style to Your Decor

Metallic Style to Your DecorGold, silver and copper add that extra sheen and elegance to every style home. Let the trends of the season help your interiors blossom. Spring is officially here. Go beyond ordinary decor by incorporating a fashionable silver and gold to your space. Collection of fashion and homeware is designed to be different. Metallic silver and gold lines add shimmering light to any room. Can be used in a variety of ways, its metallic accent makes them perfect for any festivity.

Column candles will burn many hours in optimal environmental conditions. It is not recommended that you burn the candle for more than a few hours at a time. Metallic column candles are not scented. Metallic candles should not be put near the coolers. The metallic colour may peel. Elegant metallic candles are perfect for the holidays on any celebration. Very affordable and superior in quality. These type of candles are coated with a beautiful metallic colour. They bring a touch of elegance to any home.

Metallic candles create a special look in interiors or place settings. Some prefer metallic silver some others prefer metallic gold colour candles depending on their interior design colours. They can accent your home or office for the right decor. Perfect as a decorative accessory to any room’s decor. Platinum silver complements any decor of every living space. Candles have a fresh, earthy texture that echoes the natural simplicity in homes. Perfect for everyday use and special events.


More Minimalist Spring Design Ideas

Are you thinking about making some spring changes in your house? Designers share the easiest and best ways to update your house for spring.

Interior design trends for spring 2018 and how to replicate them into your home? Gentle pastel tones, pale powdery pinks, and soft mint tones…

The totally spring trend is everywhere. Use shades together that are a balance of warm and cool – shades of pink and blue go well together as do yellow and grey. All these hues combine with natural colours and materials easily.

No Carpet
This spring, you can decide to throw your carpets and can get ready for a carpetless summer in your home. Less furniture and less accessory is better when we talk about more minimalism.

White or Black Colour Choice
In minimalist homes, white is preferred for some reasons. Minimalism is also a term that characterizes a popular modern architecture and design current. It’s hard to go wrong with simple black and white – but these interiors show how to do this modernistic style just right.

White and Grey Decor
There are minimalist style homes that use white and grey decor in varying quantities to achieve different looks and moods. Pale wood tone becomes the next most dominant colour in the room, with only a few items picked out in subtle grey tones.

Simple, Sleek
Make your home simple, sleek easily with some small touches. One or two plain colour is ideal when we design a home in minimalist style.

Less is More
Theory of “less is more,” we need to rethink minimalism as not just a plain white box or cool ultramodern space, but as a concept that showcases exceptional functional design. This creates an artistically simplified way to live.

Minimalist Interior Design
Regardless of how you view minimalist interior design, its essential purpose and identity is to eliminate everything unnecessary.

Dining Room

A Stylish Spring Table

A Stylish Spring TableThis season is so breathtakingly beautiful, isn’t it? That’s why today I decided to inspire you with gorgeous spring table settings ideas. They all are so adorable, simple and easy to make. Whether it’s an everyday gathering or a celebration, let the season set the
tone with a stylish spring table. Let the children feel all grown up by using coordinating dinnerware for everyone! Here the little ones all get a porcelain bowl the same as the adults.

Then add kid-friendly extras, such as plates, cutlery and re-usable straws. Don’t forget the extra napkins! Easily update your existing tableware by adding a bowl or plate in another shade. Mix and match different materials like glass, paper, porcelain and textiles to make your own unique style. Cut a simple tablecloth from fabric – we went for timeless linen with a slightly wrinkled texture. Let nature’s forms and muted hues mixed with a few playful accents inspire an inviting setting.

Add a personal style by making your own place cards — cut flower shapes from paper and write your guests’ names on them. Create a striking centerpiece of fresh flowers in different-sized vases. Bring a touch of spring to your table with these colorful place settings, centerpieces, and favors. These spring table setting ideas will inspire you to bring your tablescape to the next level. What should a spring table look like? Bright and fresh! Spring décor, make it fresh, add fresh spring flowers, and plants.