Compact Small Kitchens

Compact Small KitchensA kitchen is what makes a house a home. Whether you’re looking to improve, change, or build your new kitchen, you can find inspiration and products below. Get design inspiration from these charming small kitchen designs. Even tiny kitchens can have serious style. These charming and stylish kitchens have all the inspiration you need to spice up your tiny cooking space. Here’s how to make the most of space you have. Small kitchens just need some clever design ideas to make them practical and stylish.

Looking for small kitchen ideas? Small kitchen ideas – to turn your compact room into a smart, super-organised space. There’s a clever option to make your kitchen scheme feel spacious… Think also about relocating items that aren’t in everyday use, but you don’t want to throw out, to elsewhere in your home. Next, think about the space on your walls and doors – try adding a utensil rail or magnetic knife board, hooks on the sides of your cupboards or racks over a door.

Your cupboards and drawers are your biggest storage resource but it’s likely that they’re not being used fully. Wall cabinets can really encroach on space, so consider doing away with yours. Open shelving can make a huge impact in a small kitchen, creating an open and airy feel, as long as you limit the amount of shelves you use, and what you keep on them. If there are too many items cluttering up the worktops, consider clever solutions like rails for utensils, pans, mugs, and spice jars.

Child Room

Kid`s Room Ideas

Kid`s Room IdeasChildren’s room ideas… If you’re redesigning your child’s room, don’t miss our fantastic ideas for children’s rooms – with all budgets, styles and fuss levels catered for. We have beautiful and practical schemes for all ages, from nurseries for new arrivals to tots and teenagers, plus fun playroom ideas for wet weather weekends. When decorating a kids room, colored walls don’t have to be your first step. In fact, we believe that keeping walls white or gray and adding in smaller bits of color.

This gives you even more possibilities to make a kids room creative and playful. That, and it will keep you from repainting when they outgrow lime green or Barbie pink walls in three years. Trust us. When it comes to finding colorful accents, first consider what your child already has. Children’s books and stuffed animals are often fun colors, so put them in a place that doubles as decor. Wall decals, bedding, and rugs all can add color and pattern to a kids room, but can be easily changed with age.

There are tons of fun ways to add bright pops of colors indoor to add cheer and vibrancy, regardless of the season. Decorative accents and accessories go a long way. From colorful rugs, garlands, bright art prints, whimsical decals and more, here are some easy ways to bring colors into any child’s room to welcome in playtime, anytime. These colorful decals come shaped as different sizes and styles of photo frames for a fun twist on how to hang up photos. Since they’re removable, the possibilities for arranging are endless.


Drinking Jars

Great for non-alcoholic and alcoholic cold drinks. Perfect for parties. Ideal for serving cold beverages. Serve up summer drinks in style with this pack of clear glass drinking jars. Each jar comes with a co-ordinating teal, green or red lid and a matching straw with stopper to prevent it falling out. Ideal for serving drinks at garden parties, BBQs and family get-togethers! Drinking jars, made from durable glass they feature screw on metal caps and black flexible straws.

Ideal for cold drinks including cocktails at parties. The glass drinking jar, with matching colour lid and colourful straw is a great way to serve a variety of drinks from cocktails to flavoured waters. This great set is the perfect drinking companion. These coloured glass drinking jars are simple in shape. Whether you’re the trendiest host on the block or your apartment demands a multipurpose lifestyle, County Fair drinking jars are the perfect addition to your decor. Drinking Jar with County Fair Embossed Decoration.

Fill them with drinks, decorations, appetizers – anything and everything. With these mason and ball jar inspired mugs, any idea you have, you can craft. Trendy, casual glass set ideal for entertaining. Multipurpose glassware can be used for drinks or decorations. Durable and dishwasher safe for quick, easy cleanup. High quality glass drinking jars will enhance your parties, wedding, events, barbecue’s, picnics etc. Fill with your favorite drinks, cocktails, fruit juices, shakes, smoothies etc.

Living Room

Save Your Favorite Parts of Summer

Save Your Favorite Parts of SummerVases are an easy way to make a room look lovely. These basics of home decorating not only bring structure and interest into your home, but they naturally dress up any space with color and texture. Here are inspiring ways to use them to decorate your home. A bright colored vase with few sticks or branches right on the front door ensures a warm welcome to your guests when they visit you at home. Vases are a wonderful way to add an organic touch.

See how you can keep your summer feelings warm all year round. We dedicated a living-room corner to celebrating the season. Keep it light and natural Light wood and a dash of greenery completes your corner, unaffected by the passing of seasons. IKEA interior designer adds: “Here we couldn’t resist modifying KRUSNING a bit. We hung a few paper raindrops as a playful wink to unsteady weather. Unfortunate for us, cherished by plants.”

Decorate with vases. Glass is a fragile material, robust design. Be especially careful when lifting, moving and putting down the vase on hard surfaces, or if you fill it with decorative fillers, such as stones. Perfect to use for striking flower arrangements and centrepieces, or to pair with some mixed greenery. Cylinder vase set, a summer vase idea for your home. A super easy summer vase to make a summer table. Looking for the perfect summer flower vase? You can stop your search with IKEA Cylinder vase set.

Living Room

Choose Coordinating Colors

Choose Coordinating ColorsIn this modern oasis, imagined by interior designers Nina Parkeborn and Pella Hedeby for the 2019 IKEA catalogue, the aim was to create a light and airy home where you can relax and recharge. Furnish for different needs “Furnish your living room to suit everyone’s needs and not necessarily around the TV,” Nina says. “You want a space where it’s easy to be together, but remember to include small oases of calm for time alone too. Include chairs for the people who live in your home.

But make sure you have some extra seats you can pull out for guests.” “A minimalistic, balanced look will come naturally if you don’t have too many things. Use a modular sofa that you can easily adapt to suit your space so you get just the right combination for your needs. Try one with lots of loose cushions so you can make the perfect spot to sit back and unwind.” Limit materials If you want to create balance and harmony, Nina suggests using just a few colors and materials.

In this flat, Nina and Pella combined white with ash-colored wood. In the living room, they went for a low minimalistic shelving unit with ash doors, which is also used for the kitchen cabinets and floor. Choose coordinating colors In the kitchen, Nina and Pella also painted two wall cabinets in the same color as the wall so they blend in with the rest of the decor. “It’s important to coordinate your choice of storage and furniture. For example, you can turn storage into an eye-catching display with a bit of thought.”


Christmas and New Year Door Decorations

Christmas and New Year Door DecorationsNew Year’s wreath and door decorations. Deco wreaths for New Year’s eve and holidays. Decorate and show your holiday spirit with these fun and pretty wreaths for the new year. They are very neat to hang on your door every year and let people know you are ready for the new year. Nice wreaths to buy or you can get ideas and make your own would be a lot of fun and show your spirit either way. Make your door fabulous and inviting for you party with a New Year’s Eve wreath!

Before you put away your Christmas decorations, you might want to think about keeping some out to give your New Year’s Eve party some sparkle and shine. Many people enjoy lush, green holiday wreaths. The fragrance and familiarity are classic comforts of the season. This year, update the tradition. Instead of hanging a wreath on a door or wall, use it to make a botanical chandelier! Use different-sized wreaths to make tiers. Hang them over a dining table or over your front stoop.

Decorating always puts us in the holiday spirit, and adding a festive flair with something homemade makes the season feel even more personal. Give your door (or wall) a sparkly embellishment for the season. Using real (or store-bought) pinecones, a little glue and glitter plus a wreath base, you can create a one-of-a-kind wreath, all your own. The number of pinecones will vary depending on the size of the wreath base. Use glue to attach the pinecones to the wreath base.


How to Create a Summer Window Area

How to Create a Summer Window Area

Ideas to create a relaxing window space for summer. The weather is turning just enough to start enjoying alfresco living. You don’t need a garden, or even a balcony, to get the benefits of the great outdoors in the city – try turning a window into a relaxing space where you can connect with nature and get some fresh air. Bring the outdoors in Even the smallest outdoor area can become your Eden. Use your favourite view in the house as the starting point.

Throw open the windows or French doors and pile up cushions and throws on a spare place to create a cosy lookout and the perfect spot to dine out. Grow an urban garden using hanging pots or by hooking plant holders over railings, if you have them. Bring the outdoors in. Garden for decorating and styling your home. With a little inspiration, garden blooms turn into wall decor, a slice from a fallen tree becomes a side table, collected leaves transform into art.

Grab a few basics from the crafts supply store and finds provided by Mother Nature—and your home will look like a home with nature in one afternoon. Fill the minimalist wooden frames with leaves and flowers collected during summertime hikes or walks in the park. Even the smallest of apartments has room for a couple tiny succulents in egg-cup planters and decorative pillows in front of windows. Have fun in home during summer months with these outdoors in ideas!

Living Room

Lounge Up Your Living Room

Lounge Up Your Living RoomThere’s just something irresistible about hotel lounges. What if you take the hotel out of the picture – and just bring that feeling home with you? Group your furniture to open up the room Placing furniture together has a way of creating places of comfort. Instead of leaving pieces along the walls, cluster them to open up the room. Let a tone-on-tone color scheme add harmony and style – and dare to leave a beautiful wall completely bare.

Use curtains to control the light Layered curtains offer a stylish, flexible way to control light and temperature. Use rods, here with a curtain combination of sheer SPARVÖRT and thicker SANELA. Somber pastels add to the mood, and a thick rug completes your cozy spot in the light. Stylish simplicity There’s no need to fill shelves until they’re completely packed. Instead you can use empty spaces to highlight what’s on display.

A living and dining space with wood floor. Consider nesting tables that can expand when in use and fold up. If you’re thinking of redesigning your lounge or living room, take your cue from these living room layout tips to create a room that’s practical and looks good, too. Style your living room decor, with a range of ideas. Arrange furniture to suit the way you use your living room. If you’re more likely to lounge in front of the fireplace than sit on a sofa, keep a supply of oversize floor pillows.


Norwegian Office

Norwegian OfficeThe latest architecture and designs from Norway. Nordic Office of Architecture. Month, April 2018. Lounge, Entrance Area. Work Space. Meeting Room and working area. These are the new offices of a Norwegian company. Get inspired with office ideas and photos for your home refresh or remodel. Every workplace has its own unique office design ideas, needs and requirements that standardized sizes often cannot accommodate. Interior concepts can help with office design ideas.

The essence of modern interior design includes basic shapes, functional lines, materials like metal, chrome, and glass – and furnishings without decorative parts. Modern offices vary in size and layout, and often the availability of furniture dictates the office design when it really should be the other way around. Offices should be designed to facilitate their primary function. Whether you need office furniture for private offices, high-density employee areas, reception spaces, or training classrooms.

Contemporary and unique office interiors and design. Modern interior design for office space? It can be dynamic, it can be fun, it can be modern, don’t doubt it. Colors, robust materials, and intriguing shapes adorn the rich variety of working premises. An industrial hint of exposed ceilings, polished concrete floors and modernistic furniture with intriguing shapes is softened by natural materials like wood and stone, glass and metal and additionally enriched by soft textures and high characteristic colors.

Child Room

3 Stylish Work Spots for Starting School

3 Stylish Work Spots for Starting SchoolCreate an inspiring work spot for kids by updating their desk with a new theme. We know it’s a bit funny to talk about deco trends for the little ones, so take our trend report with a pinch of salt. The creative work spot. Use natural textures and neutral tones as a base for an arts and crafts feel. Here the interior stylist used a desk and stool in pale wood that stands out against the black chalk wall. Inject some energy with a couple of bold brights. A colorful rug with a zigzag pattern completes the look.

The space-themed work spot. They got inspired by the space trend and used deep dark blue hues contrasted with crisp white to depict the universe. To heighten the celestial look they painted small star shapes onto the wall and added a few planets (ordinary rice paper lampshades). The soft graphic work spot. Choose a neutral color like white for bigger pieces of furniture and add a bold monochrome rug to mark the space (this one has a soil-resistant wool surface that’s easy to vacuum).

A few powdery pastels will soften the look – we went with shades of pink and light wood. From their very own playroom to hiding spots where they can read and relax… Today we’re showing off some stylish, gorgeous and creative kids’ spaces… It can double as a homework work space too, but it’ll be a great ideas but show you how to take a bare area and transform it into a magical and well-used space! Let’s take a peek! Take a corner from the family room and make it a bit more kid-friendly.

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