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Planning a Home Make-Over? Use This Three Colors That Will Dominate 2018!


The most awaited 13th-month pay is on its way. If you are planning to use the money for your house make-over or finally wants to repaint the old wall, pay attention to this colors for that will trend next year – 2018.

The 2017 Color of the Year is Greenery. As early as now, there are predictions about new ideas that will influence the interior designing, especially if color is concerned.
You can update your interior paint with the following colors that may set the tone for the next year from experts at luxury paint manufacturer Mylands.

The following are the color prediction for 2018.

1. Colorful

Neutral colors are out and no place for 2018. According to Mylands, the bright, bold, saturated and strong color will make a statement. It can add vibrant tones and playful feeling to your interior. You may try to use canary yellow, lime green, citrus orange, peacock blue, and fuchsia pink!

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2. Guess who’s back, because Black is back!

According to Myland’s prediction, warm neutrals, sand and charcoal tones are set to take center stage this coming year. It said black will be statements shade next year. Black comes in a myriad of tones, from inky to indigo-infused, and can work wonderfully in a monochrome scheme or paired with metallic accents. Black can also be wonderfully restful with rich, matt shades lending a soothing sense of serenity to a busy space.

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3. Subtle Color

And last but very not least, subtle hues with a nostalgic feel ‘are a welcome temper to the colored and monochromatic looks of 2018’. Think greys, lilac and elderberry tones, which Mylands say ‘although soft in color, is strong in tone, creating a pretty look which can be restful or be revitalizing.

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Coffered Ceiling To Complete Your Living Room Make-Over!


We want to have the most beautiful living room. Because of this are very occupied in decorating to achieve what we dream for. But due to this, we oftentimes forget that our ceiling is included in our living room and should not leave behind in boring white.

Aside from being white and plane, we can actually create a different twist to our ceiling. Why don’t you make it coffered?

40 Charming Kitchen Window Design


A window, small or large is an important part of a kitchen. With this, you can let natural light to go in. It can add ventilation too in the area. There are other people that added windows in their kitchen to get a good view of a beautiful outdoor or nature they have.

We can use this window too if we get curious about what is happening outside without stepping out our door. With this, it means that having a window in the kitchen is not just a simple decoration, but it has a purpose.

Relaxing Beach-Themed Living Rooms


There are people who love the “Vitamin Sea” very much that they even want to bring the breezy beach into their indoors. If you are that kind of a person, I am sure you want to stay on the beach as long as you can. You also dream of having a beach vacation every now and then.
But what if you can afford a beach vacation every year? Don’t worry, just set a beach style decorating in your home. Be it in your bedroom, bathroom or living room. With this, you can feel the beach and its ambiance on your doorstep, without living your comfort zone.
Having a beach style living room is easy. It is easy to achieve if you use the right combination of colors and materials.

Sylvia Sanchez’s Modern-Eclectic Family Home


The veteran actress, Sylvia Sanchez was one of many celebrities affected by Typhoon Ondoy in 2009. Because of the flood, her family forced to relocate until they found this beautiful property in a hilly subdivision in the North.

The mother of celebrities Arjo and Rea Atayde consider the new house as a place of healing and new beginnings for them. Since 2011, the family lives in this house that is not a prone to flooding – thanks to the sloping piece of land they acquire.

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