3 Ways to Style an Awkward Corner of Your Apartment
Decor & Styling 3 Ways to Style an Awkward Corner of Your Apartment posted on July 20, 2017 | by Kendall McLeodWhen moving into a new apartment, you start with the basics.But once you get everything moved in, you look over, and it seems like there’s always a weird corner that looks totally empty.So, I decided to try a few different looks to help you transform your own awkward corner into your favorite part of the room.Create the perfect little music corner by investing in a cool record player and displaying your collection on a funky storage shelf.Pairing it with a sheepskin pelt cozies it up a little, and immediately turns your awkward corner into a place where everyone wants to sit.
Living Room Wall Makeover
I am someone who loves watching all things home from HGTV, the DIY Network, to YouTube videos and Tik-Tok's.Today I'm bringing you the kind of content I love watching by sharing this YouTube video of my living room wall makeover.For the longest time now, I've wanted to DIY floating shelves for our living room but I never knew which wall to place them on until we bought a piano.Here are some before photos of the living room wall.Here are some after photos of the living room wall.
Music Room Design Ideas For Your Home
It’s now time to check out some fantastic home music studio room design ideas and music listening room ideas for your home.Music Room Design #1This modern music room idea looks absolutely pleasant and soothing to the eyes.Music Room Design #2Who says you need a music room only for making music?Music Room Design #5This music room design is your go-to option if you live in a small apartment and do not have considerable space to spare.If you enjoyed reading about music room design ideas, also have a look at game room decor ideas.
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Create your Music Room. Even if it's just a corner.
Oh no problem, there’s no need to live in a villa to have the music room!The Music RoomLet’s see few tips to create your Music Room, even if it’s just a corner!Create a space that is breathable, accessible to everybody: filling the Music Room with too much furniture will only make it smaller and chaotic (especially if you already have lots of instruments or music equipment in it).If it’s a room dedicated to young children, you might want to place music design wall stickers, funny music themed canvas or even a blackboard.Separate your music corner from the rest of the house: your music corner still needs to be quiet and secluded, a place specifically intended for your musical activieties only.
The Musically Montessori Tot: "Toddlers-At-Home" Activities
THE MUSICALLY MONTESSORI TOT: Toddlers-At-Home Activities!(around 15 months to 36 months of age)Our Musically Montessori Tots are typically learning to walk and are not fully verbal or completely potty-trained.Photo by Carolyn for Magical Movement CompanyMeet Joplin, my favorite little Musically Montessori TotA few months ago, I began working with my youngest godchild, Joplin.He also happens to be the child of one of my former little Montessori students from the 1990's.My Quick List of Music ResourcesSuggestionsfor the Musically Montessori Tot (& family)
The Black Exterior Of This Remodeled Home Leads To A Warm Wood
Photography by Rafael SoldiPhotography by Rafael SoldiIn the living room, custom milled fir surrounds a black fireplace with steel accents, while large windows provide tree views.Photography by Rafael SoldiMatte gray and wood stairs connect the main level of the home with the upper floor.Photography by Rafael SoldiPhotography by Rafael SoldiPhotography by Rafael SoldiAt the top of the stairs is a small home office with a floating wood desk.Photography by Rafael SoldiIn the master bathroom, a Caesarstone ‘Pure White’ countertop sits atop a fir vanity with recessed pulls.Photography by Rafael SoldiPhotography by Rafael SoldiPhotography by Rafael Soldi | Architects: SHED Architecture + Design | Contractor: Dowbuilt | Metal siding: VSM Sheet Metal | Cabinets: Whidbey Design Works | Concrete: Bayshore Concrete | Steel Fabricators (interior): Alpine Welding | PV: Artisan Electric | Envelope Consultant: RDH Building Science| Window/Doors: Washington Window and Doors | Structural Engineer: Todd Perbix
A Warm Scandinavian
4.1K sharesInstagram is a great source of inspiration for stunning interior design.Justine lives in a gorgeous 100-year-old apartment in Gdynia, Poland.But for now, let’s take a look at her apartment and hear from Justine about her inspirations for decorating her home.I am very inspired by Scandinavian interior design.Do you have a dream interior design project?
Established in 2013, Music Corner specializes in traditional and individualized training of classical instruments.We offer instructions on violin, viola, cello, piano, and voice.The studio ensembles include MC Children’s Choir and MC String Chamber Orchestra.The studio is dedicated to promoting chamber music, art discussions, and concerts.The shop offers selective sheet music, accessories, and sales and rentals of fine stringed instruments.
At Home With Megan Charters
We are happy to welcome Megan Charters to the blog today to share her colorful and eclectic home with us!"My favorite find is definitely Jerry Orbach.For Halloween, he was David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane and at Christmas, I sent out around 50 cards with the entire Jerry Orbach series on the back.Thank you so much for sharing your lovely home with us, Megan!You can find more of Megan over at her blog File Me Away or on Instagram!
July Pinterest 2020: Top 15 Inspiration & Ideas
There’s lots of great interior design in this July Pinterest!Here are the 15 favourites for July Pinterest this year.ExteriorsMaking the most out a small garden space is essential in the city.This garden design gives you all you need for a low maintenance design, greenery and a seating area big enough for some extra guests.I think more people should be using mirrors in the outside, like this garden design.
The Tiny Studio Corner Thread
I want to go from my big wardrobe studio, to a smaller secretary desk studio.So here’s my upcoming “studio” space:It’s considerably smaller than my wardrobe and I only want to use the bottom and middle part of it for my synths (so that I can still hide the mess ).Behind the modular would be enough space for power strips, PSUs and cables.In the bottom would be space to store other synths and accessories.Here’s a sketch:Of course the real challenge now is to decide what of my setup to keep and what to store away or sell.