Ideas. At Work.
Our company’s value, fit the whole situation right now. :)
Been killing my eyesight with all the home decorations photos, surfing hundreds of websites on the world wide web, spending hours in bookshop browsing through all the interior design magazines, idling away fantasizing my dream home…… My mind is working around the clock for the soon-to-be-completed home. Even the upcoming OZ trip seems so unimportant.
However, everything is just a sudden spark of idea or some random photos I’ve got from the internet. No actual quotation or whatsoever has been sought, because I do not have the actual measurements yet. At this juncture, all we could do is find out what exactly we want to do and how we should do it.
Have a brief talk with Andrew last night, with our current financial capacity, I foresee we would be buying a lot of DIY stuffs from Ikea, which could save us some renovation costs. Sigh…… Just the thought of the sum of the renovation cost already freaks me out a lot. Home appliances and furnishings are not yet taken into account! Geez……
Anyway, let’s put those S-Eleven sign aside. I am curious and interested in this bathroom design. If you so happened to know how to do those tiles, please please please let me know. I’m not sure if the multi-color stripes on the tiles were sprayed on or it is a colored tile by itself. If it’s originally colored tiles, the colors can’t be matching so perfectly from one to another.
I adore simplicity and chic design. Sophisticated and elegant decorations are nice too, but I don’t think I can afford that for now.
Love the color combinations and the difference of tiles used in the photo below. Sometimes you don’t need everything to be in perfect match to look perfect. :) However, if you have a small bathroom, you may want to keep to only one material and colour as that would make the bathroom appear to be larger, visually. :)
The new house comes with a complete set of bathroom sink. Guess we won’t be changing it. Sigh. I’ve always loved square sinks, they look so “clean”. Hahaha.
Okay, enough of daydreaming.
Went to Ikea yesterday, couldn’t find any good bathroom accessories. Argh! I foresee the DIY is going to be a painful one. :(