By Cachet Le Gall. Living Room. Friday, June 16th 2017, 10:55:37 AM.
Modern bookshelves are all about modular comfort and adaptability. They come in a wide range of styles and shapes, and they vary from those that need to be fitted to the walls to the more casual standalone units. Cutting across style barriers and finding a place in almost every room of the house, here is how you can put that large and open bookshelf to use in more ways than one
Even though it is the couch in gray that seems to be the most popular these days, a fabulous sofa in black, white or even a blend of both the colors is a timeless choice that never fails. The beautiful sofas have remained as relevant a century ago as they do today! The style, materials used and finishing might have changed, but the allure of black and white has remained constant. Since most of us cannot afford to change the living room couch (or have the energy for it) with changing color trends, these seemingly neutral additions are a safe choice. So, why wait!
We always advice our readers to think beyond the confines of the square footage of their home and to harness all that additional space which those walls have to offer. Wall-mounted décor not only frees up precious foot space, but these cool floating cabinets, shelves and modular units also give the living room a more cheerful, breezy ambiance. They undoubtedly cut back on visual clutter and you can even use them to introduce new patterns, textures and sculptural features. Just remember though that you might not want to go berserk with wall-mounted modular units in smaller living rooms as they can easily seem overbearing when done wrong.
Many people are car enthusiasts. Especially boys and men are big fans of them. The V8 Hotel in Stuttgart, Germany brought this in mind also design all its rooms for such people. Beds or rooms are made out from a real cars. Guests can snooze in all cars including Caddilac, Morris Minor, Mersedes and many others. There are 34 rooms total and some of them features a really wild decor. If you are still a “grown-up” kid you might get some inspiration from these rooms for yourself or even visit the hotel in Germany.