Visualizations of Modern Apartments that Inspire

The beauty of visualization is that is able to capture the most current trends in interior design. It is such a live medium that changes can be made down to the wire and on the whim of either designer or client. Visualizations such as these, which give substance to modern apartment concepts, by SpacioDesigners. They serve as an indispensible reference for all those artisans who collaborate on a project and a source of stimulation for those members of the greater community seeking interior inspiration.

 

 

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Be a Sweetheart: 13 Ways to Romanticize Your Home

Let the romantic spirit infuse your home with grace, style and sophisticated sweetness. Display a treasured photo, pick up a lost art or try a DIY project — whether you want to romance someone special or show yourself a little extra love, these 13 ideas are great ways to get started.

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Make a statement with flowering branches.

If you usually choose flowers, try something different and reach for the most luscious-looking armful of flowering branches you can find — from a flower shop or, if you’re really lucky, clipped from the yard. It will make a stunning display and last a long time.

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Frame a meaningful photo.

Dig out your own wedding photos or those from your parents’ or grandparents’ wedding, and have one framed. Or pick a favorite digital photo and convert it to black and white for artsy, vintage flair suggests Navin Kanodia of Spacio.

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Make DIY art.

Have lovely handwriting? Pick up a prepared canvas and supplies at your local art store, and get painting! A simple repeated phrase, like the “I love you” shown here, would work well as a DIY project. Be sure to write out the text in pencil first, then paint over it to avoid mistakes — or use letter stencils instead.

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Bring home a classical bust.

Search local shops or visit Spacio Store for a piece of sculpture that steals your heart. While true antiques are quite expensive, you can find quality reproductions or midcentury vintage busts at lower prices.

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Take up the lost art of correspondence.

Create a writing haven for yourself, stocked with lovely papers and envelopes, your favorite pens, stamps and an address book. Write love notes, “bread and butter” thank-yous or longer letters to older relatives who may not be using email. We cannot think of anyone who is not delighted to receive a handwritten note in the mail!

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Romance your bath.

Don’t wait for guests to drop in to spruce up your bathroom. A pretty hand towel, a posy of flowers and a scented candle will please you every time you walk by.

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Look for a fresh spin on heart art.

Warm up a modern space with a nonfussy yet romantic print. A trend to watch for now is photography overlaid with semitransparent graphic art, like the artwork shown here.

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Put flowers in unexpected places.

Instead of the usual big vase of flowers on the dining table or in the living room, try creating a bunch of minibouquets to spread throughout your home. Place them beside your bed, on the kitchen counter, in the bathroom, tucked into a bookshelf or on a windowsill.

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Hang up a sign.
A petite chalkboard or zinc sign is the perfect place to write little notes that will cheer up all who pass by.

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Have breakfast (or at least coffee) in bed.

If breakfast in bed sounds unrealistic, set yourself up for success by planning to have coffee in bed instead. Set up a tray the night before with your favorite coffee cup, a napkin and a bud vase. In the morning, bring the tray and a carafe of coffee and hurry back to bed with the paper or a novel.

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Make the breakfast table more special.

If you don’t usually bother to set the table at breakfast, try giving it a shot. A cheery set of quilted placemats, colorful bowls, a pot of jam and a jar of wildflowers would be heaven.

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Go wild with wallpaper.

Papering your bedroom with a lush print will instantly make the room feel cozier yet somehow more spacious. Toile, like the one shown here, or a scene with birds and branches will give the most depth to the room.

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Set a table for two.

Tuck a tiny table and two chairs into an empty spot somewhere less expected — an underused part of the garden, by the window in your bedroom or tucked near the fireplace in the living room.

We hope you have liked the creative ideas shared by Spacio inspirationist. Give us your ideas so that we share it with others too.

Decorating Your Family Room With Wall Arts

The walls of your home are like giant blank canvases. When you’re just beginning to decorate, they may stare back at you intensely. You’ll look at them with a feeling of zeal, energy and perhaps a bit of apprehension. After all, it’s exciting to dream about how beautiful your rooms will be once you’ve got everything in place. However, you may find yourself at a loss of how to go about it.

There are so many options one could choose from. Many tend to use photos of the family, paintings and even wall scrolls. While paintings can certainly add brilliance and elegance to a room, they can be very expensive, especially if they’re an original piece. Canvas wall art is also a great alternative to other types of decor. It’s beautiful, atmospheric and also very inexpensive when compared to framed paintings of a large size.

Decorating your family room with canvas art can be very fun and invigorating. The novelty of a canvas is that you can have virtually any image printed and mounted on a large scale. In fact, you can use two or three pieces of canvas to depict a single large image. The picture will thus be broken up into fragments, which creates a very chic and modern visual for the room. For particularly large areas, this is an especially good idea. A lush picture of a jungle, beach or festival can create that special charm in a room that wallpaper or a single photograph cannot.

When you’re picking canvas wall art for your room, you want to make sure that it will coordinate well with the paint, color and design scheme already in place. If your living space is saturated in a lot of bright color, try a canvas printed in earth tones or even a metallic. The subdued change will provide some balance in the room, and while often thought of as flashy, metallics are actually considered neutral and can mesh well with bursts of color.

Conversely, a dull and muted room can be instantly revived with wall scrolls that splash a rainbow of hues. In fact, one of the most striking and ethereal effects can be achieved with a room that features white or grey walls, floors and furniture. Placing colorful, scenic canvas art on a single wall will create a focal point. The room will in-effect act as the neutral, while the art depicts an enchanted place that guests will want to explore. The colors will spring alive in vivid contrast, and you’ll be left with a unique atmosphere that may even inspire you.

Wall scrolls can also reflect your inner desires and dreams, and you can even create your own. Anyone can make an abstract piece by just splashing a flux of paint across a blank canvas. The result will be a lovely piece of wall art that was inexpensive and fused with all of your own love and creativity.