Single Bedroom FurnitureSingle Bedroom Furniture

The contemporary furniture pieces are basic without bends or design. The legs of seats and couch sets are uncovered without cover while seats and beds have no edges skirt and trim. A greater amount of wooden material is utilized as a part of contemporary style furniture than metal or other material.

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Mirrored Bedroom FurnitureMirrored Bedroom Furniture

If that sounds pretty complicated you can try creating a roof garden as taking care to choose plants can tolerate direct exposure to the sunlight. This protective layer of plants can protect your room from searing temperatures quite effectively.

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Zen BedroomsZen Bedrooms

Keep Your Room at Normal Temperature. Due to sudden variations in the temperature you often need to arrange your room in a certain way. If you feel that it is too hot as you sink into your bed it is probably because your roof might be receiving too much sunlight. Under such circumstances getting an air conditioner or cooler is the most obvious solution. However if this isn't feasible enough there are several other ways to keep the excessive heat under control. You can try coating your roof with white reflective paint.

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Ikea Living RoomIkea Living Room

Recycled Glass and Cement Kitchen Counters. Although it's expensive ($100 to $160 per square foot installed) this unique combination of glass and cement is a surefire way to add character to your kitchen. Ecofriendly durable and customizable this countertop material is a top choice for a "forever home".

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Ikea Kitchen CartIkea Kitchen Cart

Copper Kitchen Counters. It certainly isn't common but a copper countertop is surprisingly easy to clean and maintain. However it's not for perfectionists – since it's a "living" surface it reacts to different substances creating a blend of matte reds browns and greens. But for those who love the look the minimum $100‐per‐square‐foot cost is worth it.

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Gray Kitchen CabinetsGray Kitchen Cabinets

Be clever with your cabinets. Use every spare inch in a small kitchen by building recessed shelves where feasible. Here they surround an integrated refrigerator. With this design solution wall space that’s too skinny or awkwardly shaped for extra cabinets can still be used to hold frequently used items. In this kitchen it also helps open up the room and leads the eye to an appealing feature. The other clever feature in this kitchen is the cookbook niche above the door – another neat storage trick that doesn’t take up too much room. Ask a builder if one can be carved out from an existing wall.

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Granite Kitchen CountertopsGranite Kitchen Countertops

Rather than miles of counterspace this kitchen has a freestanding custom‐designed china cabinet at the end of the L. Sometimes a square island is better than a rectangle. If you don't have the room for a main sink in one of the legs of the L then put it in the island. This makes for a very tight work triangle and still allows for entertaining. This island has seating on two sides which makes for good conversation as well. If storage is what you're looking for the L‐shaped kitchen can be the best option for the maximum amount of wall cabinets.

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Gourmet KitchenGourmet Kitchen

Copper Kitchen Counters. It certainly isn't common but a copper countertop is surprisingly easy to clean and maintain. However it's not for perfectionists – since it's a "living" surface it reacts to different substances creating a blend of matte reds browns and greens. But for those who love the look the minimum $100‐per‐square‐foot cost is worth it.

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French Country KitchenFrench Country Kitchen

Dark counters in tones such as black or charcoal can appear very gothic in some situations and perfectly harmonious in others. If you have dark cabinetry dark floors or other rich and weighty finishes a dark countertop will fit right in. In this example you can see that the white counter is the one that pops compared with the island counter which almost blends into the deep wood drawer fronts. If you’re going for a dark‐on‐dark palette it helps to have lots of light sources natural or added (or both). This will keep the space feeling cozy and sophisticated instead of just cave‐like.

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Fixtures LivingFixtures Living

Choose a focal point. Choosing a focal point in your living room space is important as you want to accentuate the best features of the room. A window is a great feature in any living room space both for the view it may have and also the light that it lets in. If this is your focal point arrange the furniture near by and make sure both you and your guests can enjoy the view/sunlight. Other focal points in the room include an entertainment unit or a fireplace. These areas in the room should be accentuated as well.

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