Farmhouse suites are the perfect blend of yesterday and today, of calming energy and time-tested dependability. It’s no wonder the world has become obsessed with farmhouse style, an aesthetic based on texture and muted colors.
Your living room, family room, and great room are the summary of your lifestyle. Does your space convey the right message? If your daily mantra involves natural, healthy choices and fresh air, your aesthetic of choice is most likely rustic.
But does this mean you need to build a timber-framed home or invest in a log home? It can, but it doesn’t have to. Instead, you can take your traditional, stick-framed home from a blank or outdated space to one that speaks from the heart.
Whether your dining room is used for only hosting or is enjoyed daily, choosing the right color scheme is imperative. Not only must your dining room flow with the rooms around it, it must also provide a place where stress, negative drama, and other digestion-preventing situations are less likely to occur.
Creating a space for your little one to nap sweetly and sleep peacefully is a much bigger undertaking than it looks, but it is also incredibly satisfying. From late night diaper changes to morning feedings, this room will become your child's safety nest. Since you'll be spending quite a lot of time in here as well, it's important for you to be comfortable too.
If your living room, great room, or home office lacks enough natural light, adding a mirror directly across from any window will multiply the light. But instead of hanging a random mirror on the wall, follow our five tips for doing so with effortless style, preventing your mirrors from looking like afterthoughts in your design.
Drapes dress the room. If your windows are naked, your room isn't finished yet. Whether you prefer drapes, blinds, custom cornices, or sheers, we at Luv2Dezin Inc. have the eye and the experience to help you create the perfect treatment.
Here are a few of our favorite past projects, where the window treatment luxury was completely off the charts.