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Best Interior Design Coffee Shops Ever June 5, 2015

Curated from: Delight Full Aiji Inoue coffee shop With Doyle Collection‘s signature, this original space is located in a hotel in Kagoshima,Japan. It has the power of turning people relaxed and ready to enjoy a fresh momentum. Aiji Inoue was finished in October 2011 and it has a 161.9 square meters. Fullfiled with 75 seats perfectly arranged for a delicious snack, you can reach it in the first floor of the high-grade hotel built in the shopping quarter ‘Tenmonkan’ inKagoshima. Stock Coffee Stock Coffee was projected…

16 Real-Life Dream Closets From Around The Country June 3, 2015

Curated from: The Huffington Post For people who love fashion, the place where clothing, shoes and accessories are stored is precious. If you’re lucky enough to have a walk-in, or better yet an entire room dedicated to getting dressed, well, it becomes more like an art gallery. Sometimes, they can even serve a greater purpose than just displaying possessions. Kerrie Kellie, a design expert for Zillow Digs, told The Huffington Post about a closet she worked on for a woman…

Grain Silo Converted Into A Texas Loft Apartment May 28, 2015

Curated from: Goods Home Design Grain silo homes become more and more popular in the States and not only, and you can find plenty of inspiration on the web. This stylish Texas Inn is a great example and its remodeled interior is a nice example of the infinite possibilities a grain silo can offer. The silo had been owned by Edwin Hanz and now (since 2007) is used for accomodation by the Gruene Homestead Inn. The silo is comprised of…

100-Year-Old Utah Church Lifted 40 Feet Above Ground Without Moving an Inch – Greight Spaces Interior Design May 21, 2015

Curated from: This is Colossal Here’s an interesting article. Something’s up in Provo, Utah and it weighs around seven million pounds. It’s the 112-year-old exterior of the Provo Tabernacle that was severely damaged in a 2010 fire but has since been saved by the LDS church so it can be converted into a temple. Engineers first gutted the damaged interior and then supported the exterior walls with special scaffolding as they dug down to create space for a two story…

What Staging Practices Should We Avoid When Showing Our Home? May 18, 2015

Curated from: The New York Times Question: When preparing a home for showings, are there any staging practices we should avoid? Answer: A mantra among real estate agents and home stagers is that sellers need to declutter and depersonalize their homes before putting them on the market. But overly enthusiastic sellers may take this advice too far, said Jarrod Guy Randolph, an associate real estate broker at Town Residential in Manhattan. “One thing that people shouldn’t do is remove too…

Timeless, Really? By Whose Watch? Protect the Equity of Your Home October 18, 2014

Timeless design is not affected by the whims of the marketplace or the ever-changing always evolving design trends and style direction. Many elements must come together combining classic pieces, the correct scale, and just the right colors in order to create the perfect background for additional embellishment. However, what is timeless to one may be seen as a trend to another. South Florida is known for its international mix, newly transplanted and transient residents, making the sale and re-sale of…

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