Does your house need a change? Do you want to feel that you are home? Do not miss these tips to make small changes that will improve your life at home.
Solving complex spaces or designing that piece of furniture you need in the right proportion, everything is possible with a small amount of work. Take a look at these examples.
ALL IN ONE
Bedroom with blue brick headboard and niches
The work solutions in the room can be definitive; here, a headboard with niches as a bedside table, integrated reading lights, and a support surface for some pictures solves all problems at a stroke. Reforminthouse environment.
FEELING OF SPACIOUSNESS
Bathroom with built-in washbasin cabinet
Some built-in shelves in the bathroom with the same finish as the walls, and even the floor, make space appear larger. Here, a sand-colored polished cement was chosen.
Custom storage bench at the foot of the bed
The hinged lid of this bench provides a valuable storage area in the bedroom.
Taking space where there is none is just what the Deleite Design studio achieved in this bedroom, designing a custom bench at the foot of the bed.
An upholstered mattress, a blanket, and several cushions, from Zara Home charmingly complete this corner.
A FULLY INTEGRATED SHELF
Taking advantage of a setback in the wall or the unavoidable pillars and downspouts, a plasterboard or plasterboard bookcase can be integrated as an extra storage space in the living room. The grid design, better if painted white, is synonymous with order and perfect for small areas that require keeping everything in its place.
If the intention is to integrate work furniture, the idea is to paint it the same as the wall.
A proposal by the interior designer Carmen Carretero who opted for white and blue for this relaxed environment. Sofa, from Ikea; cushions and vases, by Papillón by Mónica Colomar; and an antique coffee table.
BACK TO THE PAST
Brick wardrobe with green doors rustic atmosphere
Why not recover the charm of the village wardrobes?
With the whitewashed sides and the doors painted in a trendy washed tone, it can become the leading decorative element you’ve been looking for.
There are many occasions in which the structural elements of a space are so marked that it is challenging to integrate them. In these cases, it may be convenient to turn it around and highlight its beauty.
When the architecture of a space is very striking, it is best to opt for textiles without fanfare.
For example, in this bedroom, the three niches on the headboard wall stood out using the openings as a display for a collection of framed prints. Two large gooseneck-type wall lights, as a reading light, dramatically complete the rest area.
A medium-height pole is a perfect proposal as lighting support in the living area. In this room, it was painted white in keeping with the bleached wood of the floor as a means of concealing it. Armchairs, coffee table, lamp, and accessories.
COUNTRY AND BEACH
A curious and successful mix of materials draws attention to this piece of furniture where stone, plaster, and would intervene.
To have more room next to the sink, it is best to opt for a wall-mounted tap.
A CLASSIC AIR FRONT
The high ceilings of the houses of yesteryear favor the creation of built-in bookcases up to the top. Here, two recesses in the wall were used to install shelves in parallel and create a large bookcase.
The false chimney mouthpiece is perfect to complete a side wall bookcase. The sofa, armchair, table, and carpet are from Ikea.
FLAVORED WITH THE SEA
Do you have a small apartment on the beach? In coastal areas, whitewashed masonry seats are a great fit, such as this simple corner bench. Striped linen mats and cushions reinforce this sailor effect.
It doesn’t hurt to use the seatback of the sofa as support for details.
And of course, if we talk about made-to-measure elements, you cannot miss the radiator cover, a feature that embellishes itself by hiding the old models. You can choose to integrate it with a finish equal to the wall or choose different material and give it prominence.
The idea of ultimately unifying the bathroom within the bedroom is very appealing, but some places are worth giving some privacy, yes or yes.
The toilet, for example, should always be separated even by a half partition, as in this space with sanitary ware and furniture from the Gala firm.
A country house with wooden shutters, a sloping ceiling, and magnificent exposed beams in the kitchen are crying out for some brick furniture for the whole.
In coexistence with a marble countertop and gray painted wooden doors, we find shelves, an extractor fireplace, and even a bottle rack!, All made of plaster. What is precious?
The large dimensions of the bar allow creating warehouse spaces on both sides. Cool.
The latest deco trends indicate the wall-hung and concealed cistern toilets as the lightest and most decorative on the market. If you bet on one of them, don’t miss this proposal from the Gala firm, which takes advantage of the setback that forms in the wall after the installation as a support shelf for this area. Break with the traditional
Why not a different tile front? It is original and is an easy and affordable solution. Cheer up!
IDEAS THAT MAKE EVERYDAY LIFE EASIER
Serving hatch with bar and stools
What a simple, beautiful, and practical solution!
In this kitchen, a small hole was made in the wall creating a makeshift newspaper bar and a functional serving hatch at the same time. There is no more coming and going to the kitchen when you have guests; leave everything ready at the bar and voilà.