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Dynamic Decor Tips


As the first room that guests see, living room can give a warm welcome with its style and decor. Stylish homes filled with clever decorating ideas reflect a more dynamic decorating taste than ordinary home decors. In such home decorations, from dark to light, every color tone can be used together. Your living room is certainly one of the most lived-in rooms in your home.

To make it the best living room it can be, you should blend home decor inspirations and ideas. A living room decoration in which you will use modern and light goods which are not very complex will no doubt form a dynamic living room decor. Armless sectional collection can be a good choice for a dynamic living room interior.

Armless sectional collection has flexible pieces that configure and reconfigure to fit the space. Thick padding and loose cushions make it a comfortable collection for leaning back. This comfortable armless sectional collection has kiln-dried hardwood frame and textured basket weave upholstery. Available in individual pieces such as sofa, single, corner and ottoman or sets. Armless sectional collection at west elm is spot clean and it requires simple assembly.


Neil Patrick Harris L.A. Home


We’re not surprised by the stunning black granite and stainless steel kitchen in Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka’s six-bedroom L.A. home – Burtka is a chef, after all. Along with the wine fridge and double oven, we’re loving the custom touches like the main refrigerator’s single glass door and the colourful red stove knobs. Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka pose in their Los Angeles home.

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Vista Tower Chicago Penthouse


When the 95-story Vista Tower is completed in 2020, it will be the third-tallest building in Chicago, and at its very top will be a 7,000-square-foot duplex penthouse, currently offered for $17.1 million. If it sells, the penthouse would just barely eke out an all-time record for Chicago’s most expensive residential real estate. (A penthouse on the 89th floor of the Trump Tower sold for $17 million in 2014, after its price was halved from the original listing price of $32 million.)

Given Chicago’s current housing market, the penthouse’s price tag might seem steep—the only comparably priced listing is a 12,000-square-foot Gold Coast mansion, according to Trulia real estate company. But consider that $17.1 million is just 0.05 percent of the personal net worth of Wang Jianlin, the building’s co-developer and, not coincidentally, Asia’s richest person.

Bloomberg Billionaires estimates Jianlin’s net worth at $31.7 billion; his corporate conglomerate, Dalian Wanda, has been on a multiyear, global buying spree, sweeping up AMC Entertainment Holdings for $2.6 billion, the Hollywood production company Legendary Entertainment for $3.5 billion, even the organizer of the Ironman triathlons for $650 million. For the Vista Tower project, Dalian Wanda partnered with Chicago-based Magellan Development.


Lorimer Street Townhouse

Lorimer Street TownhouseLorimer Street Townhouse by Ensemble Architecture. This “urban minimalist” townhouse on Lorimer Street was gutted and renovated by landmark and loft conversion specialist Elizabeth Roberts and her firm, Ensemble Architecture DPC. The juxtaposition of the crisp walls and exposed structure along with integrity of materials combine to deliver gorgeous results.

The Lorimer Street Townhouse is a three-story, twenty-five foot wide, two-family house located in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn.

Every wall, ceiling, stair, floor and window of the house was replaced in the extensive renovation. The result is an open, loft-like home for a family of four. A custom, steel and solid wood tread stair divides the Parlor Level into a Living Room side at the street front and a Dining and Kitchen side at the rear of the building with garden access through 3 new, patio doors. Existing wood joists were exposed on the Parlor Level with insulation added to the underside of the floors above. Reclaimed floors compliment the existing joists and add to the rustic feel of this urban home.

Design Team
Elizabeth Roberts, Dennis Mendoza, Polly Horne, Jessica Gould


Nicole Richie Laurel Canyon Home


Joel Madden and Nicole Richie list Laurel Canyon Mini-Compound.
Richie began by honing her palette. “The colors in the backyard were a bit all over the place,” she says. She settled on turquoise, yellow, and black as a unifying colorway, creating throw pillows in the shades with Sunbrella fabrics to anchor her scheme, carrying it through with accents such as CB2 Shroom Side Tables and recycled glass tumblers, and offsetting with glam touches including Jayson Home’s quirky Brass Peace Sign.

Artfully strung globe lights, rows of sparklers, and Fez Star Lanterns intermingled with Kamali Tabletop Lanterns imbued the scene with a magical ambience, while succulent arrangements designed by Inner Gardens owner Stephen Block brought in an earthy element. But for Richie, the crowning touch was a hand-painted Magic Cabin canvas teepee embellished with a California-inspired mural by artist duo Clamdiggin. “It’s the real deal,” she says.

LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $3,495,000
SIZE: (approx.) 6,300 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms

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Mediterranean Lifestyle

From Spain to Italy, from France to Monaco, from Greece to Turkey, from Malta to Slovenia… From Croatia to Bosnia-Herzegovina, from Montenegro to Albania… From Syria to Northern Cyprus Turkish Republic and to Southern Cyprus, from Lebanon to Israel… From Egypt to Lybia, from Tunusia to Algeria and to Morocco… All the Mediterrenean countries that surround the Mediterranean Sea have similarities in certain areas of life like cuisine, fashion, tastes of life, and in much more common subject.

Mediterranean is a sea between Europe and Africa. Being a Mediterranean country means having a unique lifestyle that belongs to Mediterranean… Growing olives, grapes, truffles, and of course producing olive oils and wines; in short everything that taste nice and healthy for human body.

Well known diets of the Mediterranean region have proven to have special health benefits. Its vegetables and fruits which belong to only Mediterranean region are almost natural medicines for heart health. Vegetables and fruits in every color are also just like a festival for the eyes! Reds, claret reds, greens, oranges, yellows, each one of them act as a decorative element for kitchens.

Its Decoration is Also Peculiar
Decorating according to Mediterranean region is a unique style too. Its shapes, textures, patterns, colors, all carry features which belong to Mediterranean. Comfortable as well as very stylish, civic, and sincere interiors… With its colors and plants which belong to summer season and to sea, a very special lifestyle is Mediterranean lifestyle.

Mediterranean Colors
When we talk about colors which belong to the Mediterranean region, the primary colors that come to mind are of course impressive and striking summer colors whites, blues, yellows, greens… Mediterranean decorating means clean-cut and enjoyable environments.

Dark Blue and White
A Mediterranean Decorating without using dark blue and white can’t even be thought. These two colors are the main colors in Mediterranean decorating basics. Lighter shades of blue and yellow shades are also frequently used other colors in Mediterranean decorating.

Decorative Sea Objects and Patterns
Another well known fact is that objects and patterns which belong to sea are mostly used while decorating in Mediterranean homes. Dried real or resembling to real but fake sea stars, again dried real or resembling to real but fake sea horses, sea shells and stones, even sand are decorative elements used while decorating Mediterranean homes. Patterns of these sea objects are also used on fabrics too.

Silver Plates and Statues
Silver plates and statues for the home interiors and exteriors are also being used while decorating Mediterranean homes. Silver photograph frames, silver candle holders, and silver plates together with sea blue candles are few of the frequently used elements in Mediterranean style decorated homes.

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