Tuesday, 1 August 2017

How to decorate your child's room?

Our kids deserve the best, be it the coolest video games he wants to play or you want to gift him his own room. But, once you decide to give your child a separate room, there are a lot of things to consider while decorating the room. This would the first step towards the self-discovery. What do you want to instill in your child’s heart? Obviously, the positive thoughts will top the list. Let us discuss how you will decorate their rooms.

1. We always want our kids to be organized. 
So, to help your kids stay organized, we need to keep things with respect to their height. Starting from closet storage, benches to coat racks, everything should be in their reach so that kids can get to them easily.
2. Creativity is the most important trait in the humans. 
However, it is considered to be inherent but, if we instill these things in our kids in small doses, they are bound to learn it. We can make his own art center by using wainscoting in a room and painting the wall with the chalkboard paint. We can also keep a blackboard for the kid to scribble whenever he wants.
3. Kids love to collect various things, so make collecting easy for them. 
Try to decorate the room with small places to hold or contain the collections. Say, pictures and postcards don't need to be stuck to a corkboard always. We can try hanging them from strings in front of a window along the wall to create an interactive border in a room which your kid will adore.
4. Don’t forget to include multiple types of lights in your kid’s room. 
Because lighting is just not a show-off but a necessity as it is important to have appropriate light for reading. The night lights will help them not to be scared and to find the bathroom in the middle of the night.
5. Kids love stickers or posters of cartoons. 
Go to the market and buy stickers of legendaries along with their favorite cartoon characters and paste them at intervals. Don’t let a single picture stay for more than a year, it might take away his attention completely.
These are some of the infinite numbers of other ideas. If you have some new and quirky ideas, just let us know for sure!

Friday, 30 June 2017

Minimalistic Design Ideas for apartments

Minimalism is a legacy of the 'design' culture. The desire for simplicity and graphics, a minimum of furniture, built on the contrast of light and shade of colour came from the traditional Japanese interior. It's not even a way of decorating a house, but rather a worldview. If you are a pedant, do not tolerate chaos in the house, you are ready to give up excesses and live by the principle "the less, the better" - this is the guide for you. Five basic rules will be common for minimalism in a luxurious mansion and a small studio apartment.

First of all, minimalism is a sample of functionality. All the elements in it are selected from rationality and quality, and aesthetic value goes to the background.

Minimalism does not accept the freedom of form. Geometry is extremely simple in both architecture and design. The lines are mostly straight; there are not any curls and spirals here.

Today, as never before, minimalism is ecological, where most natural materials are used. Wood and other plant components, glass, concrete, stone, brick characterise the return to the origins. Are you able to love this natural beauty, nothing embellished and in many ways ascetic?


The traditional interior of Japanese dwellings was built on a play of light and shadow. Therefore, the maximum amount of light natural and the variety of scenarios artificial

Saturday, 24 June 2017

Some best interior designs: taken from around the world


This name was given to the work of designers from the studio ZiK Zak. And it is justified 100%. The colour palette used is really deep and saturated, and the combinations of shades are surprisingly fresh and bright. The presence of colour in the design and the abundance of bright details did not prevent the implementation of the concept of minimalism. The interior seems comfortable and orderly, and each element in it turns out to be functional. Living plants that are present in all rooms, natural parquet board and wooden wall panels speak about gravitation to ecological themes.


Entering the door, we get into the combined space of the corridor, the living room and the kitchen. We are greeted by saturated gray-brown basic tones, similar to trees after rain or wet asphalt of city roads. Pleasant to the eye is the noble, slightly muffled colour of the sofa. It reminds only the cold and cloudy river water that has been freed from the winter ice.

The warm, positive mood, the stability of emotions are "warmed up" by the bright golden finish of the partition, which conditionally separates the living room and the kitchen. An elegant stroke was a soft silver plush rug with a subtle, subtle lustre. Metallic, warm accents - this is another fashion trend of the season, which does not always look harmonious, but the notes of glamour do not harm the idea of COLORFUL AND BRIGHT.


Speaking of functionality, the designer wanted to pay attention to the design of the bookcase and kitchen facades, "disguised" in the walls. Finishing the working surface of the kitchen and island area imitates the texture of black marble, without which no fashionable interior has been for several seasons. Here it perfectly complements the deep grey shade of the facade tree.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Modern day country house: real examples

Winter is gone and here comes the time for the warm weather to hit Australia in a couple of days; which reminds us of the making the best cottage. Presenting in front of you some of the most amazing designs for a cottage or a country house; let’s begin


The house with a modern interior is located in Northern California, in a small town known as a wine region. Everything in it is filled with country cosiness and sunlight. The area of the site is small, but it was enough to create a comfortable patio.

At any point, there is a beautiful view of a pretty front garden with bright greenery of well-kept flower beds. The lounge area is separated from the dining room, which makes the accommodation of all guests and family members more comfortable.


Some prefer an active holiday, to lie on the beach, and to walk through the mountains, to impress impressions. And someone better not has relaxation than spending the whole vacation at the cottage with a book. Why go somewhere - because of everything for happiness at hand? And what to do if you can not agree in the family: one is to give home comfort, and the other is attracted by the road?
But you can take a house with you, travelling without mutual insults.     

Here is a good example: a cab-house with full functional rooms and a detailed arrangement of space!

Saturday, 10 June 2017

A perfect living room design

What do we usually associate with the style of the Living area? Ruches and roses, an aged chest of drawers, wooden beams of the ceiling? Not many modern people like this doll house. But looking at the elegant, fresh, modern interior, you’ll completely change your opinion about the Living area.


A light corridor leads to the room. When you look at the space of the kitchen-dining-living room, there is a feeling of well thought-out dramaturgy with a culmination point in the living room-library. The collection of books on open shelves occupies almost two walls, framing from all sides an electric fireplace in the snow-white portal and a TV.

This is the most comfortable place in the apartment, where you can comfortably sit by the fireplace in a Voltaire chair in a soft lilac upholstery. Along with the roof in the hallway, vertical blinds and several elements of textiles, the fireplace chair acts as an accent piece unobtrusively combining the entire interior.


The floor tiles in the kitchen and the parquet in the living room create a double impression: on the one hand, they have a textured outline of the space, on the other - combined it with a common diagonal masonry.

An interesting idea - the lining of a relief beige tile floor and the bottom of the wall in the hallway, allowed us to introduce impractical light tone in the finish.

Monday, 1 May 2017

Repairs: on the go

While opting a property on rent, people always get sceptical about the repairs. There are at some point the property needs some repairs and renovation. All such things are to be dealt with great care. The main question that arises now, what all repairs come under the budget of the landlord. 

In simpler terms, as a tenant, you must know about the repairs for which the landlord must pay and how you can get the best out of it? Let us dig deeper.

The owner gives you the necessary amount, and you do everything yourself. The price of items like glue wallpapers and tiles. The owner saves on the labour, and the tenant gets comfortable conditions for him. Only such repairs will necessarily select the next weekend for a few months, and on weekdays you will stumble over bags of cement and tools. 

The arrangement is oral, so it is not uncommon for a situation that after repair, the owner, under a plausible pretext, gets rid of the tenants, and more profitable lends an apartment, in our experience, there are many such precedents.

The combination of the two options will allow more qualitative repairs with less time. Most often, they carry out a major replacement of communications, wiring and levelling of walls with the subsequent interior design.

But partial repair is not worth it; it is difficult to monitor the safety of things and surfaces. Appearing scratches drops of paint, and other visible defects will be considered your negligence with the subsequent deduction of money from the security deposit.

Saturday, 18 March 2017

Top things to avoid when staging home

Almost everybody amongst us has been there while selling their properties to the buyers through agents. We tend to quickly jump on to some revamping, renovating and remodelling work for the property that we want to sell just to make it somehow more and more appealing to the buyers and we think that will be going to increase the price and lets us earn more profit.
That all is understandable but, there must be a limitation to all such things. Over staging can distract buyers for what exactly your property has to offer or even can make them think that you are hiding something from them. So at this point somethings are to be avoided preventing you from overdoing.
Here are some of the important things to avoid while staging your property. The sole motto is to keep things simple and sober while you present your property to the buyers.

Fancy table settings

The buyers aren’t looking for fancy, expensive and attractive table settings full of antiques and articles. These things will surely look beautiful but aren’t necessary at all.

A perfect bedroom

Creating a look of a perfect bedroom will make your property look like as if it is a hotel or something and gives a false illusion to the buyer.

Too many fragrances

Always try to avoid cheap smells just some fresh flowers and open windows will make the circulation of air better and will do the job.

Expensive electronics

Again, there is no need to make your house look like a hotel or else the buyer will think whether they can afford all of it or not. And the deal might go down the drain.