In our never ending search for quality design ideas, we stumbled upon some amazing ideas about how to integrate a kitchen in a living room. Logos is where we found the “Cooking and Living” project, which unites several unique ideas about interiors that combine the two. The project below was created for a family of four. Eli, Richard and their two kids wanted a special apartment, with spacious rooms, large access to the kitchen and the possibility to keep an eye on the children while having coffee for example. Which is why the designers came up with the perfect blend: a kitchen integrated in a living-room. We hope you will take a look and agree that this is a perfect fit.
Festival is a spirit of joy. Irrespective of time, space and culture, candles are entrusted to manifest that joy. A candle gives away its entire being for the sake of light, like the lord of lords who gave away everything for the sake of love. In Christmas, candles bring that auspicious atmosphere with the passionate glow from its ardent heart. To transform your house into a luminous domain, candles have the highest say. They can add to the beauty of fireplace, the windows, you can change your staircase into an effulgent being by putting lit candles on one or both sides of each stair”
This is a beautiful decoration for the house and a way of introducing a piece of nature inside. To make a similar decoration you need a piece of driftwood, hooks, nails and some air plants that don’t need soil. You should first clean the wood to get rid of the eventual bugs and unwanted bacteria and then screw the hooks to hang it on the wall. Add the plants and it’s done. The plants need either to be placed in water once or twice a week or to be sprayed with water occasionally.
Another thing you can make using driftwood is a cloth hanger. It’s a practical item and it will also have a unique look. For this project you’ll need some dry tree branches or pieces of driftwood, wire cutters, pliers, a saw, a drill and glue. Start by peeling off the bark from the branches so that your cloths won’t get dirty. Then drill a hole in the middle of the branch and attach the hook using strong glue. Let it dry and your hanger is ready.
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