modern style

Ceiling Play up: Exposed Beams

Hello friends!

I could not resist writing a post on exposed beams. I am a big fan of warm spaces. Speaking of warm spaces, you will think this only goes with homes with fireplaces. Exposed beams are simply pretty. This look can be versatile, charming, rusty, warm and cozy. A ceiling could become a great focal point with this ceiling play up. For an industrial, modern or contemporary look, It makes a great statement. Take a look.

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Exposed beams give this space a rustic charm look, see how everything works so nicely together. Space feel airy, collected and charming. From Rilane image

For a light look, consider painting the beams all white. Beams are a great architectural feature in this room. From flightofwhimsy

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Exposed beams and grey equate to sophistication in this room. From Decoist image

Warm your space up with exposed wooden ceilings. Oh gosh, this is pretty! From Dwell

Thank you for reading, stay Fancy and come back again.

XOXO

Judith

Get The Look: Traditional Meets Modern In Your Home

Undecided on modern or traditional style? Bring interest in your home by mixing these two styles. It will create rooms that are extraordinary. For instance, when a traditional and modern style is mixed, the result can be splendid. Rooms created can either have timeless elegance or comfortable casual feel to it. Space will have clean lines. Some selected furniture will make rooms feel airy. Check out these jaw-dropping inspirations.

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Classic workstation in a Traditional and Modern mix take neutral colours to another level. So elegant! Clear objects often take a little visual space. This is what I call Timeless elegance. The chair almost disappears in the space. From Apartment Therapy

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This beautiful room has textures, patterns, and colours. A modern touch is added to space with two side tables. Great inspiration for comfortable casual space. From House Beautiful 

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Fun stunning dining area with vibrant colors! Modern chairs in a traditional space that have amazing architectural details. I like how dark neutral sits with the wood floor. From Mend

XOXO

– Judith