By Floyd Attaway. interior. Published at Thursday, August 02nd, 2018 - 00:18:01 AM.
This creative design combines a play area with a study desk. This is more of a designated playroom. but it shows how a basketball hoop placed in the home can turn any space into a play space. Image: Minchew and CompanyHere's a design that makes clever use of some previously unused under-stair space for a play area. A child's loft bed adds storage and play space.
Minimalist design creates a bathroom space by grouping bathroom elements together. You can also separate the tub from the bedroom with a partial wall and support beam.A stark. minimalist tub fits in anywhere.Indoor play area multifunctional roomsCombining playrooms with other areas of the home is a huge trend in home design. The most common. of course. is the child's bedroom. But other areas can be used as well.
It's also possible to arrange some of your old items into a shadowbox. which can then be placed on a table or on the wall. A shadowbox contains all of your antiques into one intentional vintage display that can fit in with just about any room design.How to Use the Rule of Three in Living Room Decor for Wow-Worthy ResultsThe rule of three will help you balance comfort and style in your living room.
Make tweaks as you go: add or take away items as necessary. until you feel you've struck an ideal balance.Choose elegant window treatments.Ways to Decorate with Antiques and HeirloomsThough antiques may carry special emotional relevance. randomly throwing them up on the wall risks making a home look outdated — or worse. trashy. But there are several ways to decorate with antiques to keep your house looking timeless.