Black Gloss Bathroom FurnitureBlack Gloss Bathroom Furniture

The Edwardian and Victorian styles of the time are still a popular choice today. They look exquisite in a villa or cottage bathroom and never loose their appeal in terms of design.

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Bathroom Cabinet IdeasBathroom Cabinet Ideas

One of the most appealing things about the traditional bathroom is clutter gives it more of a lived-in effect thus enhancing the traditional look. Don't be afraid to put plenty of pictures on the walls - black and white family portraits in gold frames are a good look. A chest of drawers or corner table with scented candles aromatherapy oils or flowers will really bring the room to life. As a finishing touch an old style set of weighing scales a large framed mirror or bulky traditional radiator will give the room that cozy old-fashioned feel.

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Mediterranean KitchenMediterranean Kitchen

A dark richly veined stone can actually feel less dramatic when paired with dark cabinets. Whether you use espresso wood or a modern painted gray as shown in the previous photo coordinating a base tone in the stone with one of a similar darkness or lightness in the cabinets will help the two connect.

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Mediterranean Dining roomMediterranean Dining room

Choosing furniture for your home is a weighty decision. When exploring dining room sets it's important to find the one that fits your needs while matching the other decor in your house. Many people also want to ensure that the pieces they purchase will remain strong and beautiful for many years.

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Mediterranean BedroomMediterranean Bedroom

Fortunately there are plenty of ways with the help of which you can turn your bedroom into a sleep-friendly zone. Here's how you can indulge yourself into a relaxing mode after a tiresome day!

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Mediterranean BathroomMediterranean Bathroom

Quite often with the hectic lifestyles of most families more than one bathroom is necessary to prevent irritation and stress when both husband and wife and perhaps even children need to get ready to leave the home at the same time. Adding a half bath helps but with careful planning the same space allocated for a half bath can be utilized for a second small bathroom. This permits more than one family member to bathe at the same time while a half bath is limited in function. Taking the time to develop a small bathroom floor plan is key to producing a satisfying and useful design. Floor plans do not have to be elaborate undertakings as a simple sketch that includes certain points will suffice.

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Farmhouse Living roomFarmhouse Living room

It can actually be extremely beneficial to vary texture even when using natural woods and more traditional styles in your interior decor. Many can worry about matching too many natural materials and patterns making a space look old-fashioned and uncoordinated.

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Farmhouse KitchenFarmhouse Kitchen

If you're limited on space and storage in your L‐shaped kitchen adding a pot rack frees up space in a base cabinet. In its grandest expression the L‐shaped kitchen has a large island main sink on one wall range on the other and prep sink in the island. This creates at least two overlapping work triangles allowing for multiple cooks to work at the same time. Guest seating at the island creates a "kitchen as theater" feel. Even in some smaller spaces you can fit a L‐shaped kitchen small island and prep sink. No seating at this island but I'm sure having that extra sink more than makes up for it in the cook's eyes!

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Farmhouse Dining roomFarmhouse Dining room

Size Choices. The size of dining room furniture is one of the most important details to consider. Two factors will affect the size you choose: the size of the room and the number of people you wish to accommodate at the table. The first consideration will be the dimensions of the room because this will determine the size of the furniture. The shape of the room is another consideration because narrow dimensions may present a challenge for some sets. Select furniture that allows at least 36 inches between the outer edges and the walls. For even more comfort allow between 42 and 28 inches between the furniture and walls. Every person sitting around the surface should have at least 24 inches of space for comfort. If you really want everyone to feel at ease give everyone 30 inches of dining space. People will appreciate an extra 12 inches at the corners of rectangular tables.

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