The winner of the Homebyme November project of the month is Lessingstrasse, which was envisioned and created by Sven (svnstfns). Congratulations! It looks like a great place to have a celebration party. This dining room table is at the center of activity. Even in this one image we can see how the warmth of wood is used to set the theme of the home. Rich, deeply colored kitchen cabinets and the giant main beam are great starting points for more rich reds. The eye is naturally drawn to the beautiful red vase so we can use it as an orientation point.
Elegance is the first feeling that comes to mind as you visit My Home in Paris the October Homebyme project of the month winner created by vpo! This is a home with a touch of magic. The more you look, the more amazed you are at how rich a story is told with so few elements. Each space is clearly defined with just the right amount of furniture, subtle changes in materials and a restrained use of color. Textures and reflective surfaces fit the needs of each functional area.
Maison d’hote by Sebestien.boutillier is the winner of the Homebyme September project of the month! Guests will find a wonderfully eclectic mix of styles, patterns and colors. Interesting and unexpected angles are all over the place. And having a coffee shop and what looks like a bakery within steps of home is a big bonus. You’ve got to have some fun looking around, smiling the whole time!
Anigbl has won the August Homebyme project of the month with her beautiful project Home and because of her imaginative approach to exploring multiple options. We all spend much of our best time at home relaxing in the living and dining rooms. Anigbl has put a special effort into making those two rooms fit her needs. A single large open space is a great start. Couches make a comfortable grouping for socializing and enjoying TV.