Black as the night kitchen equals luxury and classic elegance.
As promised last week in a series of successive articles we will discuss different colour solutions for the kitchen. This week we will look at black as the main colour for your kitchen.
Black is the equivalent of classic elegance and luxury. But this colour is often overlooked as interior design, especially in the kitchen. Should not shy away from black, used properly and with taste, it is very appropriate for a modern kitchen in the 21st century.
Blue as the main colour in the modern kitchen.
If you are thinking of renovating your kitchen or you have just bought a new home, except for the functionality of the kitchen you should think about the colour of the walls, the furniture and appliances in it, its overall vision. At several consecutive posts we’ll look at a few basic colours, which you can choose.
Today we approach boldly and will focus on blue as the main colour for the kitchen. Blue as the sky, fresh as the water or as deep and dark as a sea abyss, the choice depends entirely on your personal feeling.
Blue and its many shades are a symbol of freshness and tranquillity. This colour brings energy and peace soothes. According to some studies that colour is one of the most beloved. As a colour it can be used for any room of the house, why not in the kitchen.
The modern bedroom – a room for pleasure and passion.
If you live on the planet Earth there is no way not to nave heard of the hit movie “Fifty Shades of Grey.” You may ask, but where is the red? Here comes the catch, those of you who have seen the movie will know about the red room, but if you’re one of the few who do not know what this is all about, then in the following lines you will learn something new and interesting.
The bedroom is the room where you certainly spend at least a third of your life. Then why not make it a place not only for sleep but for fun?
Interesting idea how to turn an old house into a modern home.
You bought old but unique in its appearance house and want to turn it into something new, but to keep its spirit? In the following article you will understand how some young architects have achieved this. And why not to borrowed some of their ideas and combine them with your own preferences.
The renovation of this house two centuries begins with the idea to change only the interior and outside of it to preserve its authenticity. The design is fairly minimalist, but is decorated with style.
Andy Richards from Wales has created a unique portal of Bulgarian folklore dancing, reports the Borba.
The British ex-pat has developed the site for free, gathered all the information about dance schools, clubs and events by himself, and will continue to maintain it.
He took up folklore dancing a year ago and has been a passionate dancer ever since in the local Pagane Club in Veliko Tarnovo.
He started to learn dancing every week, progressing quickly and he now knows about 50-60 types of folklore dancing. But since he is not that good, he wanted to gather lessons and videos in one place, so he could refer, re-watch and improve his dancing.
He began to educate himself in the kitchen, but the space proved too narrow. Andy bumped into the table and chairs, and his four-year old son, Ioan (John) intervened his rehearsals successfully. So Andy Richards decided he needed to go to horoteki (folklore dancing events, dance-off of sorts) to get better. But in order to do that he had to know where this is possible.