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.
For a relaxing home you need to feel safe, secure and comfortable. However, living in Hong Kong you quickly get used to the impact of heavy rain on your ability to feel contentedly stress-free outdoors.
Designing a laundry or utility room doesn’t have to be as difficult as you think. Additionally, if you’re working with a small space, there are still plenty of options that will provide handy, accessible and usable solutions.
The façade to your home is like its outer skin – an indicator for what might hide inside, and the space that unquestionably boasts the ability to make or break your home’s curb appeal.
Awkward corners, nooks and crannies are the bane of so many homeowners. These seemingly useless spaces can accumulate mess, dust and grime, while contributing very little to your home’s overall aesthetic or ambience.
The entrance to your home defines its aesthetic and ambience. Considering this, it’s crucial you consider how it will look from both the inside and the outside. The entry should be clear, clean and inviting.
When you consider decorating or revamping your home, the entrance is where you should start. Oft-neglected and sidestepped for more popular rooms of a dwelling, it is actually the entrance that can pack the largest punch.
Interior designers will be the first to tell you just how important it is to create an engaging, beautiful hallway that gives a wonderful first impression of your home's design scheme.
The hallway or entrance is the first view guests have of your home's interior. It's also the passage to other downstairs spaces like the kitchen and living room. For these reasons, it's important that the entrance hall is interesting and sets the ton…
Need to get smart about the staircase design in your small home? Of course you do! A second level is a fabulous idea for a small home. After all—it's always good to build upwards.