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Feature Wall is the newest trick in the textbook of modern and contemporary styles. As the minimalistic style takes over the world, the need for a TV cabinet is seen more of a luxury than a necessity. There are still options for a TV feature...

source: Space Define One of the dead spaces in the home is the corner with the bay window. Bay windows are getting their way into the interior design, but homeowners are always in dilemma what to do with the space they create. Bay window is the...

source: dark-hardwood-floors.com Teak is one of the common choices when it comes to wooden flooring. While it is costly, the material is well worth the price. As a material, teak wood contains high amount of oil, which makes the wood highly resistant to natural and atmospheric...

If you bedroom is not the biggest room in the apartment, do not despair. There are tricks you can increase your bedroom and make it bigger. There are ways for making the room bigger visually, but also more practical and functional. 1. The Nightstand source: carlaaston.com A nightstand...

source: Image Creative The dining table is the central piece and focal point of the dining room, and arguably the apartment. It certainly is a crucial piece of your furniture. No matter if your dining table is front and center of your open kitchen, or you...