Single Bedroom FurnitureSingle Bedroom Furniture

Shaping the house of your dreams is not easy but it is well worth it. If you're looking for bedroom inspiration I'd suggest you to become an imaginary and creative to make it happen. Because just getting inspired is way different from actually trying it out. DIY is a different ball-game altogether but since we spend most of our peaceful time in bedrooms therefore the difficulty level is worth the try.

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Mirrored Bedroom FurnitureMirrored Bedroom Furniture

Choose the Right Mattress. There is no one particular bed or mattress to suit us all so make sure you try a few before you purchase the perfect one. Besides the obvious observations like selecting a single bed over a double bed or a queen sized bed over a king sized bed pay sheer attention to opting for the right mattress. Apart from its firmness also look for its durability and ease of maintenance. Depending on what you mainly desire you can also accessorise your existing mattress with a soft mattress topper. You can even consider opting for a hypoallergenic bed linen and make sure to change it to suit the current weather. You also need to be aware of your pillow choices. As the general rule of thumb those who are stomach sleepers generally need soft and flat pillows; side sleepers need really thick ones while medium thickness would suit well for back sleepers.

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Beautiful BathroomBeautiful Bathroom

Colours. There are unlimited colours to pick from too with bathroom basins so take your time to find one you really like. There is no right or wrong choice so find something that works well for the look you wish to portray in your bathroom. This is a change that can be part of a huge remodel or it can be the only part of that room you plan to change.

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Stunning KitchenStunning Kitchen

Go minimal. Are you in the process of picking new cabinets for your compact kitchen? Consider this look. Ultra‐plain handleless cabinets in a nude hue are soothing to look at and give a sense of visual order. Pick a seamless backsplash such as this slab of marble since tiles with grout can look busy. Get in a tight corner. When space is tight an ingenious trio of pullout corner drawers is a lifesaver helping to solve the problem of lost space in those awkward‐to‐access base cabinets. If you’re remodeling think about how you’d use such drawers – for cutlery towels pans dishes? Here a slimmer top drawer is complemented by the two deeper ones so all the bases are covered.

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Charming KitchenCharming Kitchen

Recycled Paper‐Based Kitchen Counters. Recycled paper sounds like the worst possible material for a kitchen countertop but this ecofriendly choice has surprising durability. When blended with resins and pigments it has the look and feel of soapstone – but at $40 to $80 per square foot installed it's a fraction of the cost.

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Lovely KitchenLovely Kitchen

Soapstone Kitchen Counters. Often used in laboratories for its resistance to stains chemicals and bacteria soapstone is a durable and natural choice for a kitchen. At $80 to $100 per square foot installed it might be on the more expensive side but it can be a lifetime investment.

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Delightful KitchenDelightful Kitchen

The layering and mixing of finishes in this kitchen give it an old‐world charm. Note the glazed blue‐gray island and its relationship to the pendant above. The choices for a mahogany‐tone wood countertop dark trim around the windows and a custom hood surround in particular were all made during the process of designing this kitchen and impact the overall finished look and style.

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Awesome KitchenAwesome Kitchen

Concrete Kitchen Counters. Pigments stains and dyes can create concrete counters with color and visual texture. With the right sealer a concrete counter can be well worth its cost – at least $100 to $150 per square foot installed.

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Inspiration KitchenInspiration Kitchen

Believe it or not there can be such a thing as too much counterspace. When it happens it's most often seen in the L‐shaped kitchen layout. In this kitchen hutch‐style cabinets on the countertop solve this problem add to the aesthetic and create additional storage. This solution also cuts down on the clutter that can appear when there's too much counterspace outside of the main work triangle.

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