Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 02:10:41 AM by Fabien Dubos. Kids Room Decor. Don't go overboard with large and expensive changes. I tend use more accessories and paint. Great options are removable wall decals; they come in every size, color and theme. They will give you a great look, using the child's interest with a small price tag. You can blend them with a wall color (their choice) even if just on an accent wall. Another favorite of mine are carpet tiles; they add great color and texture. Using accessories that follow the theme of the room make it is easy to change in the next few years as you child and their interest grow.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:29:10 AM by Quentin Bourque. Home Accent. Are you ready for a little change in your home atmosphere? Have you considered totally redecorating, but then you not exactly where to begin? Why not add some decorative home accents to make your place look more unique and enjoyable? By adding a few decorative home accents, you are beautifully expressing who you are and what your home stands for. Accents can be conversation pieces. In other words, when you have company over and are running out of things to entertain them with, a conversation piece might spark up something for you to discuss.
Published at Saturday, September 29th 2018, 20:54:31 PM by Quentin Bourque. Kids Room Decor. Wall coverings- For a child's room, you should keep your wall coverings as simple as possible. While you want to complement the room, you also want to keep it simple for your child to manage and not have drapes that will get in the way or become damaged. Plan your lighting- Just like in other rooms of your home, you may want to have more that one type of lighting here in your kid's room. You can have a main light for reading, playing and other activities and a softer, more relaxed light for getting ready for bedtime or even as a nightlight. There are also many great decorative nightlights for you to choose from.
Published at Saturday, November 03rd 2018, 06:34:49 AM. Home Accent By Quentin Bourque. You could also purchase a home décor accent as a gift. Coming up with creative ideas for a gift can be rather cumbersome. Shop for home décor accents the next time you have to purchase a gift for a special occasion. Many people are on limited budgets and won't spend extra to add to their home décor. Because of this fact, giving a gift such as a vase, votive, or artist made bowl will be used and much appreciated.
Published at Saturday, November 03rd 2018, 06:34:48 AM. Wall Decor By Marine Jacquier. Luxuries are usually not mere essential extravagances; Luxury often provide stunning pleasure and comfort and in this way become necessary for sumptuous living. Luxurious wall decor can, even if only momentarily, make your surroundings more generous and meaningful. The rosettes on the walls, the elegant panels and crown molding, the magnificent chandeliers that capture your attention, the roaring fire framed by a hand-crafted fireplace mantel, the pure heavenly feeling of life's blessings are immediate and can be continuously uplifting. Luxury means keenly appreciating some of life's finest things despite some sacrifice, whether it's one small piece of chocolate a day, having tea served in pretty china or enjoying fresh flowers on the background of beautifully embellished walls in the home.
Published at Saturday, November 03rd 2018, 06:34:41 AM. Mirror By Nathalie Bombelles. What I call custom, is a wall mirror that is shaped in a non-uniform manner. An example of a custom wall mirror is a framed sectional mirror. There is a vanity mirror with a carved wood frame that actually holds 3 separate mirrors. There are 2 arched mirrors on each side, with a rectangle mirror in the center of the frame. Let me tell you this piece of wall mirror woodwork is absolutely gorgeous! Another simpler example of a custom wall mirror would be a triangular shaped mirror.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:34:18 AM. Fall Decor By Fabien Dubos. Collect natural items from the great outdoors to use as accent pieces. Pine cones, corn stalks, acorns and moss can be combined to create a magnificent centerpiece for your dining room or kitchen table. You can arrange these same items in a vase for a beautiful fall accessory for the living room. Other items from nature to consider include: ornamental grasses, pomegranates, squash, acorns and pumpkins. Coasters made from trees, accessories decorated with twine and other woodsy accent pieces are also perfect for the season.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:33:50 AM. Window Treatment By Quentin Bourque. Window treatments should facilitate looking out of the window from within the room and prevent or hamper looking inside the room. This can be achieved by the proper shades, coverings and shutters. While ventilation is unaffected the view from the window is enhanced while privacy is maintained. Choosing the right blinds for the purpose will go a long way in decorating the inside of the house while maintaining privacy as well. The kind of blinds chosen for privacy will depend on the kind of house and where the window is facing.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:33:32 AM. Mirror By Robin Rapace. Decorating with mirrors is fairly inexpensive. There's no need to hit designer stores. Any mirrors will do, even those from the local dollar store. A whole house can often be re-decorated with mirrors for under a thousand dollars. Decorating with mirrors can make a home's interior appear larger. This trick has long been used by professionals. Small homes can benefit greatly using this trick of the eye. Mirrors create the illusion of depth. Create perceived space by placing a large mirror or a row or mosaic of small mirrors on a wall. Place mirrors along opposing walls for even more depth.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:33:25 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Nathalie Bombelles. When buying a pad you will want to understand what area of the house it will be going in. A rug that will be in a high traffic area like a hallway or entry should use a thin, non slip pad. These pads typically are made of a rubber-like material and have a weave look to them. These grip hard surface floors very well, keeping your rug in place. You want a thin pad to prevent too much of a height difference to avoid any trip hazards and create a natural flow when walking. If you are putting it under a rug in a living room that will be creating more cushion and sound absorption, then you will want to use a thicker pad, possibly one made from a felt material. You can even find pads that are meant for use with outdoor area rugs which usually come mildew resistant. If you are using a rug to carpet application you will want to buy a pad that is made specifically for that.