October project of the month winner!

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.

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Every window tells a story

“What do you see?” Many cultures around the world understand that every window is an opportunity to tell a captivating story both inside and outside the home. From the outside the size and pattern of windows helps set our expectations for what being inside will be like. From the inside each individual window has its own special story to tell. As you approach this entrance, the huge windows blend the outside with the inside and give an enticing view all the way through the home.

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Make sure your project has a chance to win!

Being the Project of the Month Winner is a big deal here at HomebyMe. It means that you have a great sense of design and a firm grasp on reality. If you win, your project is featured in its own blog post, it gets top billing in the monthly newsletter (check out how to subscribe below), it’s added to the Homebyme Gallery page and it’s included in the Best of the Best annual blog post. Sounds pretty good!

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Cestas maison – created by audreymantecon

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10 of your best HQ images – September

HQ images are the backbone of a great presentation of your work. Each of these images created by the Homebyme community is a strong design statement and helps build the best possible understanding of the design concepts for everyone on the team. Better understanding leads to better results! Carefully study each image and note what really stands out for you. Look for composition, light and shadows and use of reflective surfaces. Then try to use those elements in your own images. You and your team will all benefit from the extra effort.

There is a list of useful imaging blog posts at the end for more in-depth details.

 

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Mukhlus 1 – created by Mukhlus

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