As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, social distancing has become the new norm. A number of people across the globe have been confined to their homes and neighborhoods for an indefinite period of time.
We don’t know how long these effects will last and whether this change is just a temporary state or here for good. But as the world population increases depleting our resources, scientists are warning that it is putting us ever so closer to wildlife and the next pandemic might be just a matter of time.
What does this mean to the design and traditional meaning of our homes? What are the major social factors that will influence the homes of the future? These are some questions that architectural, interior and landscape designers will need to address moving forward.
As human beings, we already spend more than 90 percent of our time
The Smithsonian Institution’s 19 museums, galleries, gardens and National Zoo have temporarily shut their doors as a public health precaution aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19. But while these brick-and-mortar buildings may be closed, the Smithsonian remains active in the digital sphere, making it easy for museum lovers, creatives and lifelong learners alike to experience its offerings from the comfort of their couch.
To help readers narrow down their search, Smithsonian magazine has compiled a list of virtual experiences that cater to an array of interests. Whether you’re in the mood to peruse the National Portrait Gallery’s presidential portrait collection, explore the engineering marvels of the Inka Empire or remix one of the 2.8 million images available through Smithsonian Open Access, this roundup has you covered.
Try Out These Interior Design Tips to Add Texture to Your Home Decor
Once you’ve decided on an overall theme for your room, and you’ve got the foundation in place, now is the time to take a look at your room with a different eye—one that focuses on adding the elements of texture to your space. Have a sleek, contemporary look? Think shiny, slick and reflective. Going for comfy and cozy? Consider plush fabrics, natural elements and woven accents. There are so many ways to layer texture into your room to truly give it an individual touch.
Pattern choice and fabric weight can both play a part in adding texture to your bedroom. Play with different bedding textures to see which ones fit your style best. Quilted bedding feels cozy and welcoming. Silky satin coverlets feel high-end and fancy. Piles of lace take on a romantic, vintage vibe.
This post was contributed by Jen Levisen, communications director at Mortarr.
IIDA and AIA Chicago kicked off the second season of their Designers & Architects Talk series on February 11. First up, a conversation between IIDA Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl S. Durst, Hon. FIIDA, and Lauren Rottet, FIIDA, FAIA, a celebrated interior designer with over 60 million square feet of built design.
The 2020 season of the Designers & Architects Talk series kicked off on February 11 at IIDA Headquarters with a fireside chat between Cheryl S. Durst and celebrated interior architect Lauren Rottet—or as Durst introduced her, “the Patron Saint of Badassery.”
Rottet is the first woman to be elevated to the College of Fellows for both AIA and IIDA. Her furniture and product designs have won four gold medals for Best of NeoCon and three Good Design Awards from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of
Four post bed in dark wood, bedroom decorating in Colonial style
Using American Colonial interior decorating style in your home is not complicated. Colonial homes, their architecture and interior decorating ideas are elegant, comfortable and rich. Crown moldings and wooden panels, window shutters and expressive textures, mahogany wood furniture and natural home fabrics are wonderful elements that create beautiful and impressive Colonial style house design and decor. Decor4all collection of Colonial interior decorating ideas demonstrate how to use Colonial style house decor in your rooms.
Colonial interior decorating ideas blend natural materials and pleasant room colors.Cream white decorating ideas can be mixed with green colors, warmed up with creamy yellow and dark yellow colors, deep orange and barn red color shades, creating typical color schemes for Colonial style house decorating. Rich room colors and wood work well together with soft white decorating in any Colonial interior.
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When it comes to punctuating finishing touches, window treatments can make or break a room and can be a considerable investment to last for years. To help you select the best types of window treatments for any room, our decorators compiled a guide highlighting the top 28 types of window treatment ideas to help you design the room of your dreams while ensuring that the function and style of your choice are best for you.
From modern window treatments to window treatments that are a little more traditional, discover endless ideas to inspire you.
For a modern take on window treatments, contrasting color-blocked curtains work to create a distinctive, warm look, and go well paired with just about any design style, from traditional to the transitional.
Look for contrasting drapes that boast a strong color juxtaposed with a warm neutral for a stylishly layered look with ease. And
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Room Painting Cost Non-discounted retail pricing for: Interior wall and trim paint. Latex based, paint and primer in one. Flat, satin, eggshell finish options. Quantity includes typical waste overage, material for repair and local delivery.
129 square feet
Living Room Painting Labor, Basic Basic labor to paint living room with favorable site conditions. Prep up to 3 hr per 100 SF – clean, scrape, sand and patch up to 4 defects per 100 SF. Caulk gaps and spot prime. Roll / brush 2 coats of paint over lightly textured ceiling/walls. Paint up to 2 doors and door trim per room. Includes planning, equipment and material acquisition, area preparation and protection, setup and cleanup.
129 square feet
Living Room Painting Job Supplies Cost of related materials and supplies typically required to paint living room including: masking tape and paper,