Create and warm and comfortable bedroom environment with vibrant Bohemian style comforters and bedding sets.
Ham Yard Bar & Restaurant Interior Design By Kit Kemp
Interior designer Kit Kemp is famous for her beautiful juxtapositions of colours, fabrics and texture. The interior decor of Ham Yard Bar & Restaurant within the Ham Yard Hotel in London, England is contemporary and eclectic.
Eclectic Decor With Powerful Use Of Colour And Pattern
This newly-refurbished home in Australia uses colorful, textural fabrics to inject the neutral tone of the living areas with warmth and personality.
Create Cozy Room Ambience With Area Rugs
Accent floor area rugs add warmth and make the gaps between furniture less cold and bare. Decorating your living room with a rug create a sense of elegance for any room.
Modern Apartment Uses Merida Roman Grey Parquet Rugs To Connect Living Spaces
Designer Jodie Shields created an eclectic look for this Old Town loft apartment in Chicago, Illinois by using materials with texture and geometric patterns in earthy tones to connect the open space and the furnishings.
Merida Roman Grey Parquet rugs are used to unify the living areas providing the loft with a sense of intimacy.
Union Jack Interior Decor Ideas
The dominant colours of the Union Jack — blue, red and white — can provide beautiful contrast to any room. Whether the design is classic or contemporary, the British theme Union Jack decor provides a bold appearance that can be elegant or stylishly eclectic.
Stylish Coffee Makers And Espresso Machines
Making your own coffee or espresso at home is an essential morning ritual for many people. Some modern coffee makers and home espresso machines are very stylish looking as well as functional. Well known brands such as Nespresso, DeLonghi, Breville, Francis Francis and Gaggia have designed some of the coolest coffee and espresso makers that will look great in any gourmet kitchen.
Keep Calm And Carry On Decor For Your Home
The decorative theme of Keep Calm And Carry On has enjoyed a surge in popularity in recent years. It was originally a propaganda poster in red with white text created by the Government of the United Kingdom during the Second World War to boost the morale of the public in the event of an invasion by the Nazis.
After 50 years, its Crown Copyright expired, and the poster was subsequently rediscovered in 2000 and reprinted with increasing frequency.
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