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Archive for August, 2013

Solid silk drapes help to capture a blame, natural aesthetic that is one with nature.

An unintentionally traditional home sprouts up in Japan

Many individuals may not realize it, but the unique demands that they give to architects when they are commissioning a new home may not be as original as they think. This was the case when Japanese business owner Takamitsu Takebayashi sought to build a home for him and his wife Megumi back in 2011. Read More »

Cotton curtains are durable and easy to clean.

The key tenets of the ‘aging in place’

While the phrase “aging in place” – a philosophy that has been gaining favor among trendsetters in the field – may be a relatively new buzzword, the pillars of this style movement have been around for some time. Read More »

Two different heavy curtains layered on top of eachother look great during the colder months.

Leave behind sheers when layering for fall

While summer hasn’t ended quite yet, many interior designers are already considering looks that will make their spaces interact with the changing of the seasons and accommodate cooler temperatures. Read More »

Many of these designs would force homeowners to live vertically in somewhat cramped spaces.

Is “Living Between Buildings!” the next step in urban living?

Homeowners across the country have for years embraced the philosophy that bigger equals better when it comes to choosing a residence. However, recent trends have indicated that this mindset is changing rapidly, as buyers are increasingly putting more money down for properties that fall into the “micro” category. Read More »