For couples, home is truly where the heart is. It is the place where both of your personalities and styles meet and merge, where the both of you engage in the daily routines that bring meaning to you’ll lives and cements the sacredness of you’ll relationship. But, how exactly do the both of you bring your distinct styles together in a way that is both comforting for yourselves and welcoming to your family and friends. Here, we offer helpful advice on designing rooms that will create that perfect harmony in the home.
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Cooking & Dining
The kitchen is the hearth of the home. After a long day at work, it’s the place to prepare meals and the creative outlet for meaning time together. Your kitchen should allow for two cooks in a practical and space-saving manner. Select cookbooks to display that will inspire you as cooks. Consider a chopping block that fits over the sink or a small butcher butcher block-topped island to extend work areas. Hang pots on a specially designed rack over the stove. Place colorful or well-loved dishes on open shelves or behind glass cabinets. Lastly, pile seasonal fruit or fresh flowers into large large bowls to display them on kitchen counters.
The living room is the most-used room in the home, and should reflect how you and your partner live together. Comfort is the primary matter. Invest in a few well-made pieces that will last for decades. For instance, buy an attractive, well-built sofa, whose frame is made of kiln-dried hardwood with dowelled or screwed together joinery. Ottomans that double as seating or side tables – some even have storage – are useful. A vintage mirror will add a contemporary feel to your freshly painted walls. Mix things up a bit; group framed album covers with simple black-and-white photography.
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The bedroom is the sacred spot for couples. This is the place to rest the body and soothe the soul, so bedroom décor should be uncomplicated and utterly comfortable. Choose furnishings and fabrics in natural materials. For reading and relaxing, make certain to incorporate a warm throw made of cashmere, chenille, or alpaca. An upholstered bench, trunk, or a low chest at the foot of the bed is a great place to store extra clothes or lines and also serves as seating.
Like your relationship, your shared home is always evolving. When you are two, your dwelling embodies the spirit of that union – it is the place that offers a couple warmth, comfort, and nurturing. Start the celebration of your home, now! To get your design project started, click here.
Until next time mis amores,