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Of all the materials used to make kitchen counter tops, perhaps the five most common are Granite, Quartz, Marble, KompacPlus and Acrylic Solid Surfaces. But how do they score against each other and versus the elements in the kitchen? We take you through some of the...

1. The walk-in wardrobe A walk in wardrobe is the latest trend. It is a way to split the big bedroom into two separate sections. The first section is the main bedroom area with the bed which is usually done in minimalistic style, leaving everything else,...

The Entryway On first glance, the interior of the department is as simple as possible. However, look a little deeper, and you'll notice a ton of creative elements and complex finishing. Let's start from the living room, where the designer has mixed almost all known materials into...

1. The Host Location. Location. Location. We can't emphasize this enough. Having the dining area right outside the kitchen ensures that you not only have a shorter distance to carry that steaming pot of soup, but also ensures that you whet appetites as the fragrance wafts...

The entryway Note: All images here are concept art for a Victorian style design and not from an actual project. Guests are greeted by an intricately designed partition that separates the entry way from the dining and kitchen. The living room We added plush tufted couches to maximize...