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30+ Cozy Farmhouse Exterior Design Ideas That Looks Cool

Shutters are a wonderful addition to any home. They give the home an air of warmth and comfort, a feeling of home. They can be traditional or modern, farmhouse shabby or city chic.

Shutters can be made from a variety of materials, from vinyl to faux wood. The most popular, however is wood. Wood shutters, in general, are better made than their vinyl or faux counterparts. Though they are more expensive, they also add tremendous value to your home. Additionally, wood shutters offer more choices in style and design.

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35 Cool Building Facades Featuring Unconventional Design Strategies

The facade of a building is the first clue that tells us that structure has something special to offer. A cool facade is the representation of the architect’s creative vision and desire to desire to impress with something unique and out of the ordinary. With so many things that could stand out, you can always look forward to unexpected surprises.

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House 77 is a private home located in Portugal and designed by dIONISO LAB. It’s tall and narrow, squeezed in between two existing buildings and it has a facade covered by aluminum venetian blinds.

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The white shutters are placed at a fixed angle and allow the upstairs rooms to offer views of the surroundings while also maintaining a sense of privacy.

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Designed by x Architekten, this hair salon has a facade meant to act as

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50 Cool Sunken Living Room Designs

A sunken living room is a cozy space in a home that is designed with open floor concept. It’s an amazing area as it gives you a separate space where you can spend quality time with your loved ones.

Before we proceed further with today’s post that showcases 50 sunken room ideas, let’s first define and understand the concept of a sunken living room. Like mentioned above, it’s a step down design where the other rooms of a house like dining, kitchen and family room are separate, but one can have a view of all the rooms while he or she sits in a sunken living room.

Sunken living room designs are not a new or recent phenomenon to have floored interior designers, but have been on this planet since a very long time, let’s say for about five decades. The concept of sunken room designs was

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47 Cool Finished Basement Ideas (Design Pictures)

Modern basement game room with mood lighting and pool table

These cool finished basement ideas share a variety of exciting ways you can get the most out of your extra living space. A finished basement design gives you, family and friends a place to hang out and enjoy any time of year. From home bars, game rooms, home gyms or movie rooms there are tons of ways to create a finished basement you’ll love.

In modern homes, game room are starting to become an essential part of the house. The modern basement game room shown in the image above with mood lighting make this area look just like a high end nightclub. Gorgeous cone pendant lights over the pool table are ideal for a focused lighting which are perfect for the game. A stylish hideout for the man of the house and his friends.

Finishing a Basement

By definition, the Basement is the lowest habitable level of a building or

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20+ Unusual Living Rooms Design Ideas That Looks Cool

A living room can be described in many different terms. For some people it is a simple seating area or lounge area. Some people would consider their living room as the main living space in their home, where guests and family gather to watch TV, read and talk.

In most cases this room is on the main level of a home and sees a lot of activity. Room designs can be geared toward a host of activities. There are plans where the living room is incorporated into an open floor plan and in some cases it is an entirely separate room that has a door and is largely separate from the rest of the living space.

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99 Fantastic Farmhouse Exterior Design Ideas That Looks Cool

There is no absolute prototype for a farmhouse, but most of us can recognize one when we see it. By definition the originals were located on farms and were integral to the life and work of those farm families who lived there.

Depending on when and where those homes were built, they could be made of stone, brick, shingles or clapboard. Most farmhouses had porches since there was no air conditioning and many farm and family chores were undertaken there. The porch roof provided shelter from the sun and rain yet allowed the cool breezes to flow through and help make those steamy summers tolerable.

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