Unlike previous times the kitchen is now a main focus in the home and it generates an enormous amount of discussion and planning when remodeling or building from scratch. It’s one of the most commonly used spaces so it should come as no surprise that it has become the most attention grabbing room.
Whether you have a cohesive room flow or not, keep in mind that finding a focal point is of the essence in creating a complete room. Incorporating a spotlight into a room helps create a better flow and cleaner lines in your design. Particularly, if you’re looking to sell your home, having properly designed rooms that will pull and focus the potential buyer can translate to big money.
Energetic, informational, and inspirational viewers will walk away from The Nate Berkus show with lots of helpful design tips, original remodeling ideas and a really good time. Nate’s show covers it all with his contagious enthusiasm that makes your day seem brighter. From inspirational stories to celebrity guests and surprise home makeovers its tons fun to watch Nate doing what he does best- helping people live more beautiful lives.
Recently Rush Limbaugh’s sold his fifth avenue penthouse for a cool $13 million. This was a year after Rush Limbaugh, in the midst of a tirade on his radio show against New York Governor David Paterson’s tax increases, denounced the state and announced that he was vacating it immediately. Naturally with the sale of a house for $13 million by someone who makes about $38 million a year many of us are interested in the design of the house. With so much cash flowing around one would assume that the design would be something to gawk at.
The MB Quart TV Mirror “HiddenReflections” – an ultra thin mirror with a vanishing television. When the TV is turned off it is a 100% distortion free mirror. When the TV is activated, it transforms the mirror into a window to the world of entertainment, information and media. The MB Quart HiddenReflections has been featured on Good Morning America, The Wall Street Journal and has won the CES Innovation award in the furniture category for 2009 and 2010.
Combining traditional style with contemporary design is not an easy thing to do, but it is something that comes naturally to Brazilian-born interior designer John Stefanon. Stefanon is well-known throughout the Boston area for his sensible and unique designs. Stefanon’s work is strewn throughout New England from lavish residences to cramped commercial spaces. While all of Stefanon’s interiors are inherently classic, they are also current enough to make his modern contemporaries take note.
In this article we showcase some of John’s work, and a feature video with John describing his work at the FP3 Boston Apartment development.
If you’re looking to renovate your kitchen or are putting together an entirely new kitchen design, there are many things to consider. It can seem like something of an overwhelming concept, but as long as you give yourself enough time to consider all the details, while remembering the broader picture; designing your new kitchen interior doesn’t have to be the nightmare it could be.
Whether you hit the jackpot or the house wins, you’ll still feel like a high roller when you stay at one of Las Vegas’ many lavish bathrooms. These five star hotels along The Strip spare no expense for their well-moneyed guests – and why shouldn’t they? For possibly one of the spendiest vacations you’ll have all year, you deserve to get what you paid for. And these opulent bathrooms certainly deliver. With massaging bathtub jacuzzis, sweeping bathroom vistas, European-styled bidets and some of the most gorgeous bathroom vanities in the American Southwest, you’ll feel like a king in one of these stunning Las Vegas hotel bathrooms.
Reality meets design in HGTV’s hit series “Design Star.” HGTV Design Star mixes the panel-style judging of American Idol with the wow-worthy kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living room transformations of aspiring interior designers, decorators and creative minds. The grand prize? The winner gets a show of their very own to showcase their unique personality and award-winning design chops. It’s a wildly entertaining way to pick the next design sensation that gives you an inside look into what it takes to be a host on HGTV. From zany projects and challenges to tense and emotional eliminations, it’s everything you’ve ever wanted from a reality competition. We like to tune in for the drama, but it’s also an excellent way to get ideas for your own remodeling, renovation and decorating ideas.