simple materials and the vaulted ceiling help to make a small space feel so much bigger.
A separate wall of tiles with flower motives in the kitchen is what breathes life and style into the interior. The kitchen features a laundry corner, but the washing machine is “hidden” in a subtle way. This 4-room HDB apartment is an excellent example of how subtle mix and match can be. What is interesting about the interior is that the designer opts for more modern flooring materials in the dining room, such as tiles, but still sticks to parquet in the bedroom and other rooms. In the…
Interior shot of a modern concrete house slotted behind the crumbling stone walls of a ruined building.
bluepueblo: Forest Cabin, Quebec, Canada photo via dianne
functional space, minimal objects via @minimalsource
Petite maison, Plan de maison Less than 2000 sq ft, small attached garage, open floor plan, 3bd, 2bth, fire place Lovely, maybe make garage a master bedroom and make one of the bedrooms an office
Sandwich-bag small-parts keeper - This is built out of a 3/4-in.-thick scrap of plywood. Start by cutting two pieces of plywood as shown. Draw lines 1 in. apart across the shorter piece with a square, stopping 1 in. from the edge. Now cut along the lines with a jigsaw. Screw the two pieces of plywood together and screw the unit to the wall. Fill resealable bags and slip them into the slots.