Wed.Jan 09, 2019

Black And White Rooms That Feel Almost Too Good To Be True

Trendir Magazine

Whether you are a lover of all things color or you prefer a more muted approach, having a black and white palette is classic and elegant while still being timeless. With that being said, we are taking this color palette to the next level by reinforcing how beautiful a black and white room can be.

The KonMari Method: How to Get Your Home More Organized than Ever

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

How tidy could you keep your home if it was only filled with things you love? The KonMari method seeks to answer that question. Image: David Campbell Building. We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. .

Owner Builders by the Numbers

The Armchair Builder

January 9, 2018 An owner builder is loosely defined as an owner who contracts out their own new home building project instead of hiring a general contractor. The thought of overseeing the construction of one’s own home is terrifying for some folks.

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Residential Neighborhood in France Adds Wooden Terraces

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Brenac & Gonzalez & Associés completed the design of a residential building complex in Romainville, France. Integrated wooden boxes used as terraces disrupt the linearity of the residential units. This also brings a much needed feeling of warmth to the new residential neighborhood.

Farm to Easel at Exhibit B Gallery in Souderton, PA through 2/9/19

Margaret Almon Mosaics

Sunshine and Shadow Log Cabin Quilt Block by Margaret Almon. My Sunshine and Shadow Log Cabin Quilt Mosaic is on display at “Farm to Easel” at the Exhibit B Gallery Annual Winter Group Show. All work includes farm-related subjects from the Pennsylvania landscape to images of quilts, farm animals, the harvested bounty and beyond. 20+ artists and 30+ paintings from artists far and wide. The show continues thru 2/9/19. Farm to Easel at Exhibit B Gallery.

1950s São Paulo Penthouse Gets an Original Upgrade

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Brasil based Estúdio Paralelo completed the restoration of a 1950s São Paulo penthouse and revamped it for the needs of contemporary city living. The space has a total surface of 150 square meters (1615 square feet) and also displays an unconventional layout.