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HGTV Dream Home 2014 : Kids’ Bedroom Pictures

About the Kids’ Bedroom: 

Part fun hideaway, part practical place to sleep, this kid-friendly bunkroom proves that grown-up details can fit right in in a child-focused space. Vaulted ceilings and exposed beams give this room a treehouse feel, and allow for stacked bunk beds that can sleep four. 

The vaulted ceilings, exposed wood beams and light-filled windows give this room a treehouse feel. The space’s architecture allows for the use of stacked bunk beds that can sleep four.

Part fun hideaway, part practical place to sleep, this kid-friendly bunkroom is grown-up enough to serve as an overflow sleeping space for adult guests.

luxury kitchen storage solutions Ideas 2012 from HGTV

luxury kitchen storage solutions Ideas 2012 from HGTV

Back to the Basics With Baskets

Baskets are an inexpensive, attractive solution for storing like items; plus, they’re portable. This kitchen is also a great example of how to utilize open shelves in a stylish way. Design by Lori Dennis

Don’t Overlook Architecture

Utilize windowsills and corners to tuck away small appliances and other kitchen essentials. Design by Dave Stimmel

Cool Cabinets

“Under-the-counter refrigerators include beverage centers to create more space in the kitchen. These items can be custom paneled to blend right in with your cabinetry and are great for storing produce, beverages and snacks for the kids,” says Cecere.

Recipes Built In and Close By

Built-in bookcases in a kitchen will always be filled. The owner of this kitchen chose to use the space to house a cookbook collection: a functional and beautiful solution. Design by Steve Appolloni

Storage Keeps Getting Smarter

In this new economy, where more of us are staying home and eating in, efficient storage is a must for the kitchen. “There are amazing systems that have such smart, condensed storage. One drawer can fit everything you can possibly think of,” notes Sassaman.

Style Meets Function

The kitchen is the heart of the home, and today’s kitchens are more styled than ever, with unique features that seamlessly integrate function and style. Innovative storage solutions are allowing homeowners to customize their kitchens in new ways while keeping favorite ingredients at their fingertips.

It’s All About Integrated Appliances

Fully integrated refrigerators and dishwashers are all part of the new luxury in kitchen storage. “At GE Monogram we have a built-in refrigerator that is truly flush with the surrounding cabinetry. You don’t even realize that it’s a refrigerator. The top compartment is a fridge, the middle is a freezer and the bottom can be a freezer, fridge or wine drawer depending on your needs that day,” says Paula Cecere from GE Monogram.

Dress It Up With Molding

“Molding and trims always add to the look and make kitchen storage feel custom and specialized.” Kelly Morisseau suggests custom shelving that can be easily adjusted and shallow-depth pantries to make room for an island and additional prep space.

Pantries Sport High-End Finishes

This pantry sports a modular pullout cabinet and stainless steel shelving. “Homeowners are savvier about design and are taking time to think about the types of hardware and finishes they want in the kitchen. People want pantries that have a cleaner look,” says Sassaman.

2013 Country Living Room Decorating Ideas from BHG

A living room decorated in a country theme can be warm and inviting. You don’t need to live out in the sticks to benefit from a roaring log fire, rustic furniture and nature based decor. 
Country themed living rooms can be cost effective to produce, while being fun to design and put together. Gathering country cottage style furniture and decorations is a rewarding project. 
Get inspired by this ideas . I hope that you will find it useful for you … Enjoy it !!
This sunroom turned kid space is perfectly equipped for endless days of fun A small table in the center of the room can be used as a spot to play games and make crafts. A row of store bought cubbyhole shelves below one wall of windows offers plenty of storage space for kid friendly activities without interrupting the views to the outside.
This neutral living space looks anything but boring thanks to accessories featuring a blend of natural fibers and textures. A woven area rug adds warmth underfoot, while the rough cut stone fireplace surround adds contrast to white beaded-board walls.
Against a backdrop of imperfect plank siding walls and doorways outfitted with sliding barn doors, furnishings with more refined fabrics and finishes let comfort coexist with current design to create an everyday living room.
Amidst vintage wingback chairs and antique European accessories, a wicker crate mounted on wheels and repurposed as a charming coffee table reinforces that this is still the living room of a young, active family where casual elegance presides.
A comfortable sofa with an attached chaise lounge offers the perfect solution for incorporating plentiful seating in this small farmhouse family room with generous windows. Beamed ceilings and a burlap covered and antique wire light fixture keep in step with the room’s farmhouse aesthetic.
A blend of character filled antiques, charming flea market finds, and everyday basics outfits this comfortable living room with French flair.
Grounded by reclaimed French terra cotta floor tiles and crowned by rustic beams, this sitting area exudes a gathered over time sensibility. The daybed is bracketed by newly built side rails that have been antiqued; the side chair is slipcovered in Belgian linen.
Small homes require a bit of creative thinking when it comes to carving out space. In this tiny living room, the homeowners created an office area by outfitting an unused closet with a built in desk and shelving. Concealing the workspace for visitors is as simple as closing the closet doors. 
A rug defines the seating area in the living room, which is tightly drawn together for easy conversation.

Offset the mellow stone walls and warm brick of a country inglenook fireplace with a cool Scandinavian colour palette of off-whites and blues. The antique Chesterfield sofa is covered in vintage Hungarian grain sacks.
Give your living room a taste of the good life with farmyard-inspired furnishings. Look out for animal-motif fabrics, put up pictures of your favourite pig breeds and pick up on the retro angle with a polka-dot throw and striped rug.

Colorful Outdoor Decorating For Summer 2013

With easy to please green as your backdrop, be bold and add a dash of color here and a splash of color there to take an outdoor space from dull to dazzling.
Use these creative tips and fun do it yourself projects to gather the ideas and inspiration you need to take your outdoor spaces to the next level. From adding color with paint to planning a garden, we have everything you need to breathe new life into your yard, porch, or patio this season.
I hope you like it ……….. Enjoy !!!

Sunny Day Umbrellas 
Provide sun protection with style. Upgrade your patio or deck with an umbrella that sports a fun color or pattern.
Unify furnishings in a spectrum of colors with the accessories you choose. An assortment of furniture pulls together as a seating area when they share stripe pillows. An outdoor rug unifies the arrangement.
Easy Solution 
Colorful containers are a simple way to brighten an outdoor space. Choose pots in various colors, sizes, and textures.
Coordinate Color 
Look to the flowers and plants in your yard for color inspiration. Use the hues you find to accessorize your outdoor spaces. Purple pillows on this patio match the flowers blooming in the nearby containers.
Use patterns alongside color to enliven your outdoor spaces. Implement patterns in your outdoor decor the same as you do indoors.
Paint dining chairs in bright colors and arrange them around a neutral tabletop. Distressed finishes and bold accessories give this open-air dining space even more personality.
Color Upfront While outdoor living spaces in the backyard are prime for color infusions, don’t forget your front stoop or porch. Use colorful pots for plants, or even add a piece of furniture or two.
Cut a Rug 
Explore outdoor rug options to make outdoor living spaces feel more like rooms. Available in a myriad of colors, patterns, and sizes, these outdoor rugs often closely resemble their indoor counterparts in looks but are fabricated to brave moisture, sunlight, and the other weather elements.
Pretty Fabrics 
Create an outdoor room with fabric. This deck’s setup is similar to an indoor living room arrangement: Outdoor fabrics in pretty patterns cover the plush seat cushions, the arbor serves as a wall and ceiling, and panels hang from the arbor to mimic window treatments. Accents such as lanterns and throw pillows complete the look.
Quaint Details 
Hand painted stencils, such as the botanical motif on the surface of this pillow, are an easy way to punch up outdoor fabric.
Metal furniture is generally affordable and it gives a cool color vibe to your garden or patio. A bar cart is always ready for a party, offering up a handy serving surface.
Colorful Starting Point 
The home’s exterior creates the perfect starting point for this patio’s color scheme. Orange accents, such as throw pillows, hanging fabric, and an oversize letter “B,” stand out against the green exterior. Wood candle holders and potted plants bring the natural elements of the yard onto the patio. With plenty of seating and multiple tables, this patio is just right for enjoying bright summer days and warm summer nights.

IKEA Catalog 2012

IKEA Catalog 2012