Just in Place Blog
Have you noticed sometimes that when you walk into a house and move around, everything kind of makes sense in terms of design. Often we can't put our finger to it what it is that makes us feel like that but it feels right. This is where the power of a well planned flow comes into play.
Most of us are very used to working with square areas where all the walls are the same height and shape, but how does it look like working with spaces that are more challenging and need some creative thinking? Let's have a look.
Maximising work space in the kitchen is something that we hear a lot when designing a kitchen layout. A long kitchen top doesn't necessarily mean that you have a lot of counter space to put all your meal preparation pots and bowls on.
Lets talk about two very similar ways how to create a feature tile pattern on the wall. You have probably seen these styles in many interior design magazines or Pinterest photos but never really knew the name of it because it is easy to confuse with another popular style Chevron.
A very common question before selling your home or apartment is "Should I renovate it before selling or not?"
That decision depends on so many things but we will concentrate on a couple of main points.
Here is a little open laundry design for quick and easy access. We know how many of us love a laundry which is hidden from sight (messy space...?!), but in this eclectic style house, this laundry nook adds a lot of character that binds different room areas together.
How often do you hear when starting a bathroom renovation that concentrate on one feature element, whether it's a feature tile, the colour of your tap ware, mirror or something else and all the other elements and decisions will be wrapped around that centrepiece. Well in this case the timber vanity is the centrepiece.
Do you know the feeling when you are going through million images on the Pinterest and see gorgeous timber vanities and say "yep, that's what I want" but the next image has a beautiful striking black mirror that just draws your attention to it and you think "yep, that's what I want". But you can't really have the both, so how do you make up your mind?
Modern bathrooms feature lots of greys and blacks introducing sophistication and drama. Bringing little bit of colour in, not one but maybe two or three, creates certain playfulness without being too much and this is what we love about this bathroom - playfulness on different levels!
What is the first thing that comes to our mind when thinking about a new kitchen? It's the counter space! Whether you have a big family or just a cute dog called Bella, we love, love, love when there is enough counter space to use when we need it.
Choose Brass tap ware to dress up your bathroom in golden hues. We have always loved the brass and timber combination. Both have warm undertones and make the whole bathroom atmosphere cozy and homey.
European laundries have carved a solid path for how the bathroom & laundry will be viewed in the future. We no longer need dividing walls and isolating doors to create two separate rooms.
In a previous blog post we were talking about the Solid Surface Wall Hung Basin combination with a timber vanity. In this post we are concentrating only on the wall hung basin on its own.
Having a wall hung basin on top of a timber vanity has many advantages and it looks great. As the saying goes 'A picture is worth a thousand words', we will show you why this basin-vanity combination is worth thinking about.
Blue is the colour of 2020 and we love all shades of blue in different finishes, shapes and sizes - that says pretty much all.
We all love white kitchens. There is something about white colour that makes all rooms look much bigger and adds a beach vibe to it. But in this case we can't get our eyes off the V-groove style that is taking over this kitchen.