Monday, August 25, 2014

New Interior Design for 2014

New Interior for 2014 seems to be more colorful and attractive, after browsing on my Google Plus account, I found these several amazing interior design that may be the trend for 2014. The trends are applied for bedroom, kitchen and dining room, take a look on the gallery below.

Just click on the picture to see full size, this is a color combination of purple and white that applied on the bedroom. Suitable for teenage girl's bedroom who has an attractive hobbies.
But if you have a child, this colorful bedroom is one of the best choice, all the colors are become the trend now, take a look on the furniture, all the furniture are designed with minimalist and modern.
Orange color can adding more warmth into a room, I love this kitchen that has a back splash near the cabinet that colored in orange.
Well, soft blue color that combined with white still be a favorite choice, I love this dining room with transparent glass table.
This is another colorful ideas for dining room and kitchen, just share all this picture with your friends. for Outdoor Privacy Patio can use wooden panel or letice.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Garden House: House with Pools on The Roof That Collect Rainwater

Bodrum is a city in Turkey with a rich history and a quite large marina. Global Architectural Development has designed this unusual house there. It consists of three separate buildings of 75 square meters that are built next to one another with a narrow space in between and is linked by a glass atrium. Each of them has a separate function: a master bedroom and bathroom; a kitchen and dining room; and a guesthouse with an adjacent study room. The central glass vestibule acts as the entrance to the building as well as the main living area with 180° vistas of the stunning landscape and bay made possible by floor to ceiling windows.
The open-plan of the main house ensures that it is light and airy, a must in the summer. The roof of the building is covered with pools that collect rainwater. The water cascades from the roof of one of the buildings to the other and is then circulated back round, creating a natural cooling system for a hot climate. [GAD]













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