Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:31:34 PM by Fabien Dubos. Wall Decor. One very popular type of modern decor is called minimalist decor. In this decorating style less is more. The idea is to keep furnishings and accents to a minimum. Generally, all the pieces in the room will have their space and function and nothing more is added. If you have ever seen pictures of modern homes where there is a small smattering of furniture in a large room and a lot of open space left, this is a great example of minimalism.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:16 AM. Pillows and Throws By Magali Courbis. The size of your throws is also important, though it is not a real quality indicator it is something to look out for. A lot of manufacturers are making everything smaller to cut cost and this has permeated into the world of home decor pillows as well. Though this is somewhat of an individual choice depending on your design, typically large pillows look better and give a less busy and cluttered looked when layered together. You will usually want to go for something that is 16 - 20 inches or more unless you have a specific need for smaller pillows.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:14 AM. Fall Decor By Marine Jacquier. A wreath was once hard to get a hold of and when you did, they were expensive but today, you can make your own wreath using different material and make it for a fraction of the price. You can start gathering fall items around the stores or in your own back yard. Twigs, acorns, and different colored leaves are just a few of the many different items you can use in your wreath. You can make it out of straw and wrap a ribbon around it or you can use artificial flowers, like mums. These are absolutely beautiful during the fall season. They come in an array of colors ad look great in barrels, baskets, or wreaths.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:07 AM. Home Accent By Nathalie Bombelles. Lawrence Essentials has carved a beautiful rectangle bud vase, which is made out of resin. This vase makes lilacs look really elegant. Jan Barboglio's collections have two really distinct votive holders. The Basket Flower Candle Holder is made up of iron and holds a hand-blown glass for votives. This piece will add warmth to your home. The Rail Votive Holder is an iron railroad candle holder that can hold up to 12 votives. This hand finished piece is quite an embellishment.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:04 AM. Home Accent By Quentin Bourque. Accents can create such a unique and pleasant atmosphere that you will want to show your home off! Therefore, take the time to enhance the look of your home by adding your own personal touch! And if you don't want to purchase it for yourself, purchase it for someone else to brighten up their home. There will always be a place in a home to liven up; therefore, you can never go wrong with purchasing home décor accents.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:27:59 AM. Home Accent By Robin Rapace. The end tables are not just a nice addition for our rooms but it also have a special role in revamping any place. It can hold any of our lamps, plants, vases and frames. Now, an Accent coffee table can help us accommodate our guest and leaving them a nice impression with this. Both can add a personal touch for our home and provide the service we need.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 06:47:57 AM. Home Accent By Quentin Bourque. If you are career-oriented, busy and always travelling, you need a modern home that is easy to clean and maintain. A modern home must have the right furniture and fixture. Aside from that, it needs modern accent furniture that blends well with the other furniture pieces. Your modern place must have the right pieces to make it alive and not boring. Do not be afraid to experiment on colors and patterns. Some homes have bold colors such as black and maroon. Printed patterns such as stripes, tiger and abstract designs go well with dark colors.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 06:47:53 AM. Kids Room Decor By Nathalie Bombelles. Young children's rooms are not really the place for subtle colors. You only have to look at their boxed games, dolls, fluffy stuffed toys and picture books to be confronted with an onslaught of bright primary colors. So look to crisp greens, vivid reds, and clear blues as a starting point for the soft furnishings. A jumbled mix of stripes, checks and cheerful gingham always work well together and would look good in either boy's or girl's room.