UN HOTEL DE LINEAS VANGUARDISTAS

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    El hotel Met de Tesalonica, Grecia, se distingue por sus lineas modernas de vanguardia.
    Sus espacios interiores bien estudiados y disenados con gusto contemporanea contribuyen a crear un clima de amplitud y espacialidad unicos.

    Con toda la tecnologia al servicio del diseno interior y  su mobiliario adaptado a los nuevos tiempos pero sin perder la funcionalidad de siempre, se logran potenciar estos espacios para el disfrute y el placer.
























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LAS TRANSPARENCIAS DE CAMPO BAEZA

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    El arquitecto espanol Campo Baeza se luce en la Casa Olnick Spanu.
    Su gusto y buen manejo por los espacios limitados por planos y transparencias llegan a la expresion mas acabada en esta vivienda.

    Las trasparencias de los espacios publicos integran la vivienda de manera unica al paisaje y la espacialidad esta garantizada por el juego de areas delimitadas por planos verticales blancos y los horizontales que acompanan al paisaje.

    Una base solida de hormigon constituye la planta baja y es la planta alta la mas desmaterializada.


























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Sharing The Love

    Happy Valentine's Day everyone!
    I hope you don't mind if I speak from the heart for a bit. Recently I have had the pleasure of hosting a few giveaways. I enjoy using my blog as a means to help others grow their business. But it's so hard for me to hit the "generate" button on random generator when it's time to pick a winner. I want all of my readers to win. Most of all I want you to know that you are all winners in my book! I am humbled that you take the time to check on my blog. I am thankful when you leave a comment and very understanding when you don't. Blogging takes time and following blogs takes even more. We live in a busy world with so many demands on our time. I hope that you find your time here at my blog worthwhile. My family and I experienced a rough year last year and blogging took a low priority. Thankfully things are getting better. I hope to be sharing some fun projects in the next few months. It feels so good to be able to turn back on the creative side of my brain again (the survival side was in high gear for a while there). Please know that I value your loyalty and time! I am thankful that you do not judge me if it takes me a while to return an email or if I can't come visit each one of you (oh how I wish I could). You are all very important to me. I may not know your name but I do know that you have left an impression on my heart which motivates me to be a better blogger, but more than that, a better person. I cannot express enough gratitude to you for that. It does not seem enough to just say thank you. . . but I do THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!! And I appreciate you letting me ramble on a bit before I announce another winner and giveaway.

    Random generator picked #1 (how rare does that seem?) to be the winner of the M.Bellish'd giveaway. Candace at We Are Glad For Many Things, you will be contacted soon for information about delivering your prize. Now onto another giveaway. . .

    Diana from Thirty-One Gifts is sponsoring this weeks giveaway. Thirty-One Gifts is a faith based company and the name comes from Proverbs 31 that speaks of a virtuous woman. The goal of the company is to celebrate, encourage, and reward women for all that they do for their friends, family, and coworkers. Thirty-One Gifts offers so many beautiful items! I picked just a few that are both pretty and practical.Diana is offering my readers the chance to win a $30 gift certificate along with FREE monogramming. In order to win go view their catalog and pick what you would choose if you won the $30 certificate. Come back here and leave a comment with your choice. If you "like" Diana on her Facebook page then you can leave another comment for another entry. On top of all of this, if you find something you love and don't want to wait to see if you win, Diana has set up an event called "Joy's Giveaway Event" where you can place an order online. If you place an order through this event you can come back to this post and add THREE extra entries. That's a total of FIVE possibilities to win (pretty good odds I would say).

    BEST OF LUCK TO YOU ALL!!!
    ***Giveaway ends Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011 at midnight***
    Remember that Tuesday, February 15th is the last day for the awesome 20% discount on Scentsy orders.
    And one more thing. . . if you want to spread a little love today, here are two good causes that you may want to get involved with.
    http://welovejennyauction.blogspot.com/
    http://expectingablessing.blogspot.com/
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Bathroom Home



    Most people think they can just walk into a plumbing store or a home improvement center and buy a tub. It's not that easy. You will need to go shopping with some information in hand before you can pick the right tub for your bathroom.
    Let's call them the five magic ingredients.

    First, you need to know the dimensions of your bathroom. It would be a shame to buy a bathtub and find you can't fit it, or a large tub overpowers a small room. Measure your room's width and length, and even the height, in case you may consider a raised tub.

    Second, you need to have the dimensions of the area in the bathroom where the tub is intended to go. The tub may fit in the room, but if you were planning on putting it in an alcove, you have to have the exact measurements. Again, proportion must be taken into account, since you don't want the tub to look lost in the space.

    Third, decide upon the material you want your bathtub to be made of. There are so many materials available today, from plastic to marble. Porcelain, marble or stone may be the most attractive, but they are also the most expensive. Plastic is the least expensive, and does not show scratches as easily as porcelain.

    Fourth, decide upon the color you want for your tub before you go shopping. White or beige are the most popular colors, but you can have a tub in almost any color you can imagine including lavender, lime green or yellow. If you have been planning the bathroom decorating, you probably have a color scheme picked out, and the color of the tub should go with this. Remember also, that even if a lime green bathtub would look good in the room now, when you want to change the decorating scheme, you may be stuck with a tub that doesn't go with anything else. Better to stick to a neutral color.Source URL: http://threemoonsevolving.blogspot.com/2011_02_null_archive.html
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Bathroom Home



    Most people think they can just walk into a plumbing store or a home improvement center and buy a tub. It's not that easy. You will need to go shopping with some information in hand before you can pick the right tub for your bathroom.
    Let's call them the five magic ingredients.

    First, you need to know the dimensions of your bathroom. It would be a shame to buy a bathtub and find you can't fit it, or a large tub overpowers a small room. Measure your room's width and length, and even the height, in case you may consider a raised tub.

    Second, you need to have the dimensions of the area in the bathroom where the tub is intended to go. The tub may fit in the room, but if you were planning on putting it in an alcove, you have to have the exact measurements. Again, proportion must be taken into account, since you don't want the tub to look lost in the space.

    Third, decide upon the material you want your bathtub to be made of. There are so many materials available today, from plastic to marble. Porcelain, marble or stone may be the most attractive, but they are also the most expensive. Plastic is the least expensive, and does not show scratches as easily as porcelain.

    Fourth, decide upon the color you want for your tub before you go shopping. White or beige are the most popular colors, but you can have a tub in almost any color you can imagine including lavender, lime green or yellow. If you have been planning the bathroom decorating, you probably have a color scheme picked out, and the color of the tub should go with this. Remember also, that even if a lime green bathtub would look good in the room now, when you want to change the decorating scheme, you may be stuck with a tub that doesn't go with anything else. Better to stick to a neutral color.Source URL: http://threemoonsevolving.blogspot.com/2011_02_null_archive.html
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Bathroom Home



    Most people think they can just walk into a plumbing store or a home improvement center and buy a tub. It's not that easy. You will need to go shopping with some information in hand before you can pick the right tub for your bathroom.
    Let's call them the five magic ingredients.

    First, you need to know the dimensions of your bathroom. It would be a shame to buy a bathtub and find you can't fit it, or a large tub overpowers a small room. Measure your room's width and length, and even the height, in case you may consider a raised tub.

    Second, you need to have the dimensions of the area in the bathroom where the tub is intended to go. The tub may fit in the room, but if you were planning on putting it in an alcove, you have to have the exact measurements. Again, proportion must be taken into account, since you don't want the tub to look lost in the space.

    Third, decide upon the material you want your bathtub to be made of. There are so many materials available today, from plastic to marble. Porcelain, marble or stone may be the most attractive, but they are also the most expensive. Plastic is the least expensive, and does not show scratches as easily as porcelain.

    Fourth, decide upon the color you want for your tub before you go shopping. White or beige are the most popular colors, but you can have a tub in almost any color you can imagine including lavender, lime green or yellow. If you have been planning the bathroom decorating, you probably have a color scheme picked out, and the color of the tub should go with this. Remember also, that even if a lime green bathtub would look good in the room now, when you want to change the decorating scheme, you may be stuck with a tub that doesn't go with anything else. Better to stick to a neutral color.Source URL: http://threemoonsevolving.blogspot.com/2011_02_null_archive.html
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PANELES DE MADERA NATURAL

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    Esta interesante propuesta desarrollada por Klaus Wangen para muros, aporta lo tradicional de los materiales naturales rusticos,  pero con un diseno moderno adaptado a multiples funcionalidades en muros.

    Con diferentes terminaciones y maderas, aporta no solo disenos innovadores sino una calidad acustica particular.



















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MUEBLES DE EXTERIOR DE PATRICIA URQUIOLA

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    La disenadora Patricia Urquiola hace valer su experiencia filipina y se luce con la linea Ravel para la empresa Bebitalia.

    Este mobiliario exterior lleva lineas hogarenas y modernas con disenos de motivos naturales y con gran sobriedad en los colores y formas.





















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DC Design House Bare Bones Tour!

    If you're free tomorrow, I'd love to see you at the DC Design House Bare Bones Day!  You can view the "before" of the empty house and view designers design boards for their spaces & talk to them about their plans.  I'll be there bright & early in my updtairs bedroom at 10.  (10 is bright & early for this mama who lives way out in the 'burbs ;) 

    Tickets are $20 each and proceeds go to Children's Hospital. 

    We're flying out to LA for the Design Blogger's Conference tomorrow late-afternoon so I'll be staying at the Showhouse until a little after 1 or so before heading to the airport. 

    Here is a little peek at a photo of the grisaille "sketch" done by John Matthew Moore for my design board:

    {I want to be there}

    Outside of the house in DC, there are boxwood gardens so we thought this painting of English gardens would be fitting for the room.  This little painting is based on a photo Matthew took on one of his trips.   I cannot wait to see it enlarged!! 


    {John Matthew Moore in his gallery}

    Want another peek of his gallery?  (I thought you would so I took lots of pics!)  The Gallery in McLean is not completely finished but is still gorgeous:


    {Recognize those robin's eggs paintings?}



    {Some of the beautiful frames available... art in and of themselves}


    {Loove these chairs... Matthew reupholstered them in a levendar-gray velvet with jute trim.}


    {the desk}


    {gorgeousness}


    {I love these little sheep paintings hung in the window}


    {The pedestal table displays some of lighting designer Rick Singleton's repurposed lighting projects}


    {check out this antique beauty... I love the nailholes left over from its lifetime of different identities}


    {And one last parting pic of the Gallery}

    For information on Matthew, Rick and their work, go here.   http://johnmatthewmoore.com/

    I met Matthew & Rick this past September when our good mutual friends, Eddie & Jaithan were visiting.  We went to the best little burger place around in McLean & had a great time.  I was literally blown away by their work & couldn't wait to use pieces of theirs for clients.  When the DC Design House came around, I immediately thought of Matthew & Rick & how amazing pieces done by them would be.  I was thrilled when they were on board to contribute to the bedroom!  They have both had pieces featured in past Design Houses and I kid you not, I got so excited I chills when I saw the gallery the first time with Eddie & Jaithan.  It just oozes with creativity and makes you need a piece for your own home. 

    Throughout the next coming month or two, I'll be sharing photos & info on all of the people and companies who are contributing to my room in the DC Design House.  They're such a creative talented group & they've all been so generous.  The Children's Hospital Showhouse definitely takes a village and I can't wait for you to "meet" everyone! 

    The Design House Bare Bones Tour tomorrow will be a lot of fun, so please come if you can!! 

    For the address & info for tomorrow, go here.:  dcdesignhouse.com

    xoxo, Lauren

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House Interior Design Ideas

    Most of the homeowners might not know how to decorate their house or could not decide which house interior design they should go for while decorating. There are various factors where people confused from the beginning like where to start, how much it would cost, which kind of furniture they should go for and will suit the most and the most frustrating factor for the really awkward space that how to layout them to make look good. The following article is mainly focused on providing some advices on basic interior design to help with decorating the house.

    First of all you need to decide that how much budget you need to spend, the second thing is to decide which style you would like to go for. Well question yourself some simple things like:

        * Which area of the room you are going to decorate?
        * Which of the style you would prefer for that specific are of the house?
        * Which colours do you like and you want to use?
        * How would you like to layout the space in the room?
        * Which kind of furniture and accessories you will need as per your desire; do you already have some of them and if not how much would you like to spend on it?

    Above questions are the best starting points to get you start developing your thoughts about how you would complete your house interior design project. You should divide the project per rooms and should focus on one particular area where you would like to start from. One thing you need to make sure while deciding the colour scheme you are going to use that it should stay attached to other area of the house.

    Once you have decided which room you will start working from the next most important factor is to choose the colour scheme as this will set a track on making other choices. There are many resources for getting the interior design ideas like magazines; you can use sources from the internet. Keep on making notes in your mind about your likes and dislikes. While surfing through the sources like furniture stores make note of which kind of furniture you like and how much they cost which will help you determine the budget.

    You need to get the exact measure of the room you would be working on to know what sized furniture you will need. As it could cost a lot extra and become time consuming if the furniture you bought doesn't fit.

    Keep learning and take ideas from interior design magazines or other sources. One of the last most important things is to put everything on paper first and correct it where it has to be corrected as many time as you need rather than making mistakes while you actually decorating which will save you a lot eventually.






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House Interior Design Ideas

    Most of the homeowners might not know how to decorate their house or could not decide which house interior design they should go for while decorating. There are various factors where people confused from the beginning like where to start, how much it would cost, which kind of furniture they should go for and will suit the most and the most frustrating factor for the really awkward space that how to layout them to make look good. The following article is mainly focused on providing some advices on basic interior design to help with decorating the house.

    First of all you need to decide that how much budget you need to spend, the second thing is to decide which style you would like to go for. Well question yourself some simple things like:

        * Which area of the room you are going to decorate?
        * Which of the style you would prefer for that specific are of the house?
        * Which colours do you like and you want to use?
        * How would you like to layout the space in the room?
        * Which kind of furniture and accessories you will need as per your desire; do you already have some of them and if not how much would you like to spend on it?

    Above questions are the best starting points to get you start developing your thoughts about how you would complete your house interior design project. You should divide the project per rooms and should focus on one particular area where you would like to start from. One thing you need to make sure while deciding the colour scheme you are going to use that it should stay attached to other area of the house.

    Once you have decided which room you will start working from the next most important factor is to choose the colour scheme as this will set a track on making other choices. There are many resources for getting the interior design ideas like magazines; you can use sources from the internet. Keep on making notes in your mind about your likes and dislikes. While surfing through the sources like furniture stores make note of which kind of furniture you like and how much they cost which will help you determine the budget.

    You need to get the exact measure of the room you would be working on to know what sized furniture you will need. As it could cost a lot extra and become time consuming if the furniture you bought doesn't fit.

    Keep learning and take ideas from interior design magazines or other sources. One of the last most important things is to put everything on paper first and correct it where it has to be corrected as many time as you need rather than making mistakes while you actually decorating which will save you a lot eventually.






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