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Design This Home Hack

Have absolute fun as you dive into the exciting in-game experiences, take on multiple home decoration, redesigning, and remodeling missions so you can better express your creativity. And at the same time, still maintaining the designs by following a certain set of requirements from your clients. Or alternatively, choose your own real state property and attempt to remodel the entire structure before you sell them.

Design this home hack

And most importantly, with Design Home: House Renovation, Android gamers will have their absolute chance to learn the art of designing homes. Also, feel free to enjoy the game with many others as you join the awesome community of designers from all over the world.

The home automation market was worth $1.5 billion in 2012 according to Reuters; there's been an explosion in products that promise to make our homes smarter." The best known is Nest, a thermostat that monitors inhabitants' activity, learns their schedules and temperature preferences and heats or cools the house as it deems appropriate. Many of these products have smartphone apps and Web portals that let users operate devices, cameras, and locks from afar. Getting to live the Jetsons' lifestyle has downsides though; as we bring the things in our homes onto the Internet, we run into the same kind of security concerns we have for any connected device: they could get hacked.

"This would require the user to have chosen to publish a link (IP address) to the Internet AND for them to have not set a username and password," says Nunes. I told Nunes that requiring a username/password by default is good security-by-design to protect people from making a mistake like this. "It did not require it by default, but it supported it and encouraged it," he replied.

Having a creative and inspiring home office is key for productivity and a great bookshelf design will provide functional storage and personalization. A bookshelf can be a built-in solution or it can be a piece of furniture that is custom-built or purchased from a home goods store. They will add a stylish element to your space while also helping to keep you organized.

How your bookshelf design will look depends on your specific needs, your design style, and how much space you have in your home. If you have a professional install built-in bookshelves, they can take up a whole wall area and even be configured to include a window seat for reading or relaxation. If you opt for a freestanding bookshelf, there are some solutions that are on wheels, which are perfect for configuring to your space needs, or if you love re-organizing your space for a new look.

They can also be used for room dividers if you do not have a dedicated office space. Have a look below for some inspiring and creative home office trends in various styles to help design your own space that includes a fabulous bookshelf design. Below each of the images is further source information and links to each of the respective designers.

2. Attic Office. An attic was renovated into this cozy home office that features a built-in bookshelf wall with a window for natural light. A comfortable chair in the corner provides a reading nook for taking a relaxing work break. (via Anna Wilson Interiors)

16. Office With A Dark Bookcase. The built-in bookshelf of this home office takes up the whole back wall. It is painted in C2 Paint. A modern desk with a comfortable chair is grounded by a faux animal hide rug. (via Town Line Wallpaper & Paint)

Keeping your computer secure helps you avoid malware and direct hacking attempts designed to steal your personal information. Here are some ways you can help reduce your online risk when you use your computer at home.

One of the main focusses of Ruth's writing is home improvements. Reporting on everything from how to paint behind a radiator to easy DIY updates, she knows which small jobs that can make a big difference, and how to execute them to perfection. She uses this knowledge to seek out the best IKEA hacks, understanding which ones are done well and can truly elevate the look and feel of a space.

Rattan and cane is a popular interior design trend, popping up on furniture from chairs and beds to cocktail cabinets and more. We love how @handymacly has brought this seventies style into the study with an elegant overhaul of IKEA's Alex desk drawer unit. What better way to express your creativity and invite more of it into your work zone?

Kalthoum of @baytkalthoum (opens in new tab), describes how she turned her BESTA into a show piece, saying: 'For this IKEA hack, I kept the BESTA doors and had them cut in a geometrical way. I had to cover the sides that were cut with lipping for a seamless look.

Queen of covetable Ikea hacks @mrs_macs_home hit a home style run again with the IKEA HEMNES hack, transforming the drawers into a design-led bedroom piece. And, while it offers a high-end finish, it's super-simple and affordable.

She used two BILLY Bookcases and two IKEA OXBERG glass doors to create the ultimate Ikea hack, forming these dresser units. Robyn used Frenchic Paint's Black Jack for the doors before adding reeded adhesive film by @glassfilmseurope to create the on-trend fluted glass effect. We're a little starry-eyed over this one. See exactly how she did the hack in her Stories highlights.

Clever duo Kevin and Sarah of @readmorehouse did just that. They explained: 'When faced with a no-closet master bedroom in our late-1800s Victorian Italianate home, we hacked the IKEA PAX system to create a character-filled, built-in wardrobe system that looks like it was always here.

Simply grab yourself a few FINTORP rails and recreate this easy-access indoor herb garden in your own kitchen or dining area at home. A brilliantly inexpensive way of adding flavor to the dinner table!

Rory Alastair Robertson has a long-standing history working across the interiors industry. Raised in Morningside, Edinburgh, Rory grew up surrounded by classically grand Scottish Georgian and Victorian architecture. \nHis first appreciation for interior decoration sparked when his mother hired scaffolding and decorated their three-storey Victorian staircase in Farrow & Ball Picture Gallery Red, by herself. She then painstakingly gold leafed the drawing room - by hand - over a base coat of Sudbury Yellow. This was the era of Jocasta Innes and Kenneth Turner, when paint techniques and maximalist style were the decorating raison d'\u00eatre. \nWith this inherited gene of creativity, Rory went on to study Interior Architecture at the University of Edinburgh, and later, Theatre Set Design and Architectural Illustration at The Rhode Island School of Design on America's East Coast. \nRory's foray with the editorial world started a decade ago at Livingetc magazine, a title which he regularly contributes to today. Specialising with a deep-seated appreciation for historical homes and interiors, Rory often travels far and wide to be inspired by unique properties with a fascinating history. \nIf he\u2019s not uncovering an unusual National Trust property in the UK, then he\u2019s seeking out a Neo-Classical clifftop villa in Capri or a Palazzo in Florence. \nBased in London\u2019s Shoreditch, working as a Senior Interiors Editor and Consultant, Rory's portfolio of work is a creative melting pot of residential and commercial interior design projects and a plethora of editorial writing work. Rory is also Guest Interiors Lecturer at the prestigious KLC School of Interior Design in Chelsea, London. His most cosseted possession is a ramshackle Citroen Deux Chevaux, which he has reupholstered in Pierre Frey yellow and turquoise silk fabric. \nDiscover more at and @rory_stylist.","contributorText":"With contributions from","contributors":["name":"Jacky Parker","link":"href":"https:\/\/\/author\/jacky-parker"]}; var triggerHydrate = function() window.sliceComponents.authorBio.hydrate(data, componentContainer); var triggerScriptLoadThenHydrate = function() var script = document.createElement('script'); script.src = ' -8-2/authorBio.js'; script.async = true; = 'vanilla-slice-authorBio-component-script'; script.onload = () => window.sliceComponents.authorBio = authorBio; triggerHydrate(); ; document.head.append(script); if (window.lazyObserveElement) window.lazyObserveElement(componentContainer, triggerScriptLoadThenHydrate); else triggerHydrate(); } }).catch(err => console.log('Hydration Script has failed for authorBio Slice', err)); }).catch(err => console.log('Externals script failed to load', err));Rory RobertsonSocial Links NavigationRory Alastair Robertson has a long-standing history working across the interiors industry. Raised in Morningside, Edinburgh, Rory grew up surrounded by classically grand Scottish Georgian and Victorian architecture.

A double desk is a great idea if you have a shared home office or if you simply want extra space for your desk setups. And you can create a great double desk work space with IKEA furniture. For your office space you can use the IKEA desks that are on sale (and simply buy two of them) or you can DIY an IKEA hack.

The IKEA Alex drawers are perfect for creating a home office and they are frequently used for DIY desks. The drawers have a clean look and they are easy to mix and match. They are actually designed to support a tabletop. The Alex drawers come in two sizes, you can put the drawer in the center of the desk to divide the two workspaces.

Anne of Remade with Love created a double desk with IKEA Alex drawers, Lerberg legs (no longer for sale, pick the Tillslag trestle) and a custom tabletop. The half painted gray wall with dark gray cabinets give this home office a cool and stylish look. The wall colors are Dulux Tender Clay & Dulux Industrial Grey.

The best thing about IKEA is that their stylish furniture is sold for a very affordable price so you can create a spacious home office on a budget. In the double office of Mary Lauren they only bought three trestle legs and a tabletop. The spotty wallpaper takes this office to the next level. Simple but effective.

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