When it comes to interior architecture and renovation, gone are the days when flooring is but an afterthought. With this year apparently being the year of the floor, homeowners and decorators are now more than willing to spend on flooring rather than…
We can all agree that kitchen is the heart of the home. From hearty breakfasts to cups of coffee to sharing cooking secrets with grandma, it's a place where not just meals, but also memories, are made.
A gorgeously green garden with a poolside vibe is the stuff that design dreams are made of. But many of us make the mistake of thinking that a small pool in a small garden is not really possible.
Everyone has a different idea about what constitutes an enviable home. For some it might be a warm ambience or atmosphere, and for others it might be a clutter free sense of modernity.
A small balcony is a blessing. It's a space to take in some fresh air, escape the confines of indoor life and perhaps, just perhaps, escape from the constant demands of modern life.
Pavilions, kiosks, belvederes, follies, pergolas, pagodas, rotundas, alcoves or arbours—whatever you call them, gazebos have been a garden fixture for centuries, and it's not hard to see why.
From walk-in wardrobes through to small, functional bedroom installations, clothing storage is a huge deal to most people. As a result, interior designers have been coming up with increasingly stunning and exciting wardrobe designs.
A lush green front lawn is the best way to add curb appeal to your house. Not only this, it is also a relaxing sight that takes away the worries and stresses of every homeowner.
Every household that has stairs, knows that it is an often misused and undervalued area. Often we either do nothing with it or we create a closet and fill it with those random things around the house.
When living in an enormous metropolis such as Hong Kong, having a balcony is an unquestionably luxury. Despite the benefits and advantages of an outdoor terrace in the city, not all who have one make the most of their space! Here at homify we see a…
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