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Choose the Best Nursery Design for Your Home

Posted on December 9th, 2014 by
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Are you choosing a nursery design for an imminent addition to your family? If you are, then these creative ideas are ones you will definitely want to consider:

  • Center the crib in the middle of the room. This will help keep baby from reaching for things on shelves and tables. It also reduces chills and makes it easier to access every area of the crib.
  • Dress it up. Add in bunting, valances, and fully controllable drapes. Coupled with dimmer switches on the lights, this will give you total control of all the light within the room throughout the day.
  • Decorate the walls. You don’t have to stay within the pink/blue paradigm. Instead, consider orange, light grey, mauve, or off-white with custom wall designs and scenes to give your baby’s nursery it’s own unique feel.
  • Choose your flooring carefully. Hardwood floors are easy to clean up, but not as comfortable to crawl on. Additionally, choose a carpet that’s easily cleaned and stain resistant.

Choosing a nursery design isn’t something you have to do by yourself. We invite you to contact Design Build Team, Inc. to discuss some crafty and creative ideas you can incorporate into your plans.

Add a Modern Studio Shed to Your Backyard

Posted on November 20th, 2014 by
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studio shed design is all about giving you just the right amount of space for everything from an outdoor office to a hobby room. This is an excellent addition for those who would love to nestle a small building in the midst of nature.

When building a studio shed, keep in mind that this small space should be cozy, comfortable, and create the privacy you desire. Many people who work at home like studio designs because it allows them to create a work/life balance, and it provides a nice place for some peace and quiet to get work done that home offices simply don’t have.

You can also turn your studio shed into a spare bedroom, a reading room, greenhouse, or exercise room; or you can keep it simple and simply build a custom place for your tools and garden equipment. Whatever your choice, the goal is to design a purposefully built space suitable for your needs.

Our team will  be happy to show you some studio shed design ideas that are ideal for your home and family. We invite you to contact us at Design Build Team today and we’ll send you some examples to review.

Embrace an Industrial Bedroom Design

Posted on November 18th, 2014 by

Bedrooms can be rather boring spaces. For many, it’s a room that gets overlooked when it comes to big design changes. After all, you spend most of your time in there with your eyes closed, so why bother? However, there’s another school of thought that recognizes the bedroom is more than a bed, a dresser, and a closet for storing possessions.

That school of thought considers the bedroom to be a place of respite and relaxation, and embraces industrial bedroom design with a passion. It uses the hard simplicity of exposed brick, raw concrete, and brute steel to create a backdrop that is firm and stands in sharp contrast to the soft contours and gentle feel of a comfortable bed. The result is a bedroom that is stylish, clean, and full of subtle nuances that stand out when combined. Ultimately, it’s a look that’s ideal for bachelors and couples alike.

industrial bedroom design

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An industrial bedroom design can give your home a clean, modern appearance that is sure to be relaxing. We invite you to contact us with the specifications for your perfect bedroom and we’ll be happy to start working on a design that fits your lifestyle to a tee.