Monthly Archives: April 2012

A Modern Home with Timeless Style

Posted on April 26th, 2012 by

A truly timeless modern home can be a work of art. It takes strict aesthetic vision, creative inspiration and a bit of fun to create a timeless modern style home. One major key in creating this kind of home is choosing things that will age, and allowing for small edits over time.

You will want to pair clean architectural lines with modern furniture that will stand the test of time.

 

Keeping it simple may sound boring, but there is nothing boring about the minimalist style that helps your timeless modern space to withstand the aging process.

Don’t be afraid to mix your mediums. Mixing wood finishes with the industrial look of stainless steel can really make your kitchen pop with modern style that has timeless appeal.

If you live in the Kansas City area and are looking for a design build firm that can create your timeless modern home, contact Design Build Team at 888-570-1828.

Hiding Storage with Architectural Elements

Posted on April 23rd, 2012 by

Architectural design can be quite sneaky and “oh so” clever if you open your mind to the right creativity. When it comes to storage in our homes, we always need more. However, what we do not need is too many overcrowded storage areas that are easily seen. Hiding storage with architectural elements is the best way to solve this dilemma and add more aesthetic pleasure to your home.

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We all love our mud rooms, but sometimes our collection of shoes can go a bit overboard. That’s why this hidden mud room shoe shelf is a brilliant idea!

Photo Credit: atlantahomesmag.com

The spice rack does not always have to be seen. If you want to hide your delicious dishes’ secret ingredients, this hidden spice drawer is unsuspecting and uniquely designed.

Photo via indulgy.com

You can never have enough space in the kitchen for all your gourmet ingredients. This hidden vertical drawer goes unnoticed when closed.

Are you currently looking for ways to hide the storage in your Kansas City home?

 

 

 

 

Non-Structural Ways to add Architectural Interest at Home

Posted on April 19th, 2012 by

Architectural detail can be brought into the home in many forms and fashions. You don’t necessarily always have to make structural changes to the home to create visual interest within any given space.

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Your entrance doors make quite a statement both inside and outside of the home. Take a look at the doors above. Not only do they add an eye-catching design twist to the entry way, the lines and angles compliment the lines and angles of the flooring as well.

 

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This black and white kitchen features a beautiful chandelier that gives the space a boost of inspiring design and class.

 

Photo via Houzz.com

When you are out and about, look for unique console tables that will bring in a sense of depth and stylish design like this console table. Sometimes creating the right visual image means trying something different.

Where do you need to add an extra boost of architectural detail in your Kansas City area home?