What do you need? Narrow cylinder glass vases of different heights, sand or white pebbles, and sea shells of different types, preferably in light colors, and white or cream floating candles are the items that are necessary for these decorative pieces. The idea is to have three vases of different heights forming each centerpiece. That way, you will create asymmetry which is quite popular for decorations at the moment.
Decorative Painting Options - There are several different decorative painting options that you can use to decorate your walls. Some of these include stenciling, stamping and sponge painting. You may want to use a pattern from a piece of furniture or even an area rug. One way to tie the room together is to take the pattern from the area rug and then make a stencil using the pattern. This can then be transferred to the wall. This is easy to do as you only need to use tracing paper and acetate. Once you have a stencil, you can then put the same pattern on your wall as is reflected on your area rug.
Eclectics is a company that offers a comprehensive range of blinds and other products to cover your windows. There have three different collections suitable for different interiors. Besides, they also have a very nice products called sliding panels. These sliding panel window treatments also acts as room dividers, so you can decorate your interior with matching elements. Below you can find 5 products we liked more than others. Some of them are designed to provide your interior with impression of space and freedom. The other ones offer you some cool digital art or interesting patters. There are also a simple sliding panels and dividers without any art on them. You easily can choose something suitable for your interior among these cool products.
Take a look at the accessories that you have in your small living room. If you have too many home décor accessories in a small room, they actually break up the space--so less is better. Look for quality accessories that you just love and want to display. Putting accessories in a grouping rather than scattering them throughout the room will make the room seem less cluttered.
Even if its something like a Victorian style that you fancy because they are long and flowing, it can be done. Or perhaps you would prefer something with a more antiquated look or perhaps even modern, whatever it is the choice is yours. You can even have your curtains or drapes made in flame retardant material if you are afraid of fire danger. There is the factor of cost though for most people. This is all going to depend entirely on the type of material that you select and how much of it is going to be needed to cover the windows. Although with the market the way it is today, you could find a lot of really competitive prices which could make it fit right into your budget.
The colors of the rooms in your home are a direct reflection of your personality. While most of us may not spend a lot of time thinking about room color, it affects us every day. Room color can influence our moods and our thoughts. Color affects people in many ways, depending on age, gender, ethnic background and climate. Certain colors (or groups of colors) tend to get a similar reaction from most people; the variations come from the shades or tones used. This is why it’s so important to choose colors wisely when it comes to decorating.
The windows in your home are your connection to the outside world, and how you choose to dress them speaks volumes about your interior design style. Leaving them uncovered is a sleek, modern look for those who live in wooded or isolated areas. But for those of us who have neighbors, sidewalks and streets just a few steps away, that isn’t really an option. If curtains are too fussy for your minimalist furnishings and blinds are too blah for your modern taste, plenty of alternatives are available. Here are some modern window treatment ideas to protect your privacy while showing off your style.
It’s quite chilly outside and curling up in some cozy nook by the fire and having a cup of tea. A bedroom with a fireplace is perhaps the coziest place ever, where you can lie in your bed enjoying beautiful flame looks and relaxing after a long day or waking up with pleasure. Any bedroom décor can be warmed up and made cozier with a fireplace – from gentle feminine to rustic chalet-inspired; choose a wall opposite your bed to maximize the warmth and the view. It can be a traditional or ethanol option, or an artificial one with candles. Bring a bit of comfort and coziness to your bedroom looking at the ideas below!
It’s a long winter, so a fireplace is a must! Unlike North American homes, Scandinavian fireplaces do not usually take center- stage in the middle of one wall. They were never meant to be ornate centerpieces with mantles to decorate. Rather, these fireplaces were functional and meant to provide warmth and a place to cook.
We got used to various accentuated fireplaces but sometimes we don’t have enough space for a whole fireplace zone, so a built-in fireplace is a cool and very stylish solution. A small yet cool fireplace looks amazing in any wall, especially in the wall that divides two rooms or spaces, this way you get a hearth for both zones. Built-in glass fireplaces look stunning in bathrooms, you enjoy a real mix of two elements – fire and water. I also love furniture with built-in fireplaces – tables, desks, chairs and sofas with a fire inside look very eye-catching! Look how to build a fireplace in your interior in a stylish way below.
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