Published at Saturday, November 03rd 2018, 06:34:50 AM by Robin Rapace. Window Treatment. Plan your budget well in advance. The amount of money you spend depends if you want customized window treatments or already made ones or you want to make one for yourself. The most inexpensive of all these would be to make these by yourself, but this task needs patience and skills. Readymade ones come in different sizes and range of prices. The most costly of this would the customized window treatments.
Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 04:13:26 AM. Fall Decor By Marine Jacquier. Create a beautiful autumn display at your front door to welcome friends, family and guests to your home. Hang a fall-themed wreath on your front door. Use corn stalks, straw, pumpkins and other hearty fall vegetables as decorating accessories. Birch branches, long twigs and corn stalks can fill a large vase for a spectacular autumn arrangement. Tie a wide orange, yellow or red ribbon around the vase to finish off the look.
Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 04:13:23 AM. Fall Decor By Magali Courbis. With the tips provided here you should have a great start on making over your home for the fall season and holidays ahead. Even just a few small changes, such as adding some new pillows, or introducing a fresh accent can transform a room. With Halloween just around the corner, get a jump start on creating inviting tabletops, welcoming seating groupings, and heart-warming picture collages, which will carry you through Thanksgiving and the holidays beyond.
Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 04:13:20 AM. Mirror By Fabien Dubos. Hunt for your unique pieces.You don't need to spend a lot of money in your mirror, or buy it straight from the furniture store. Mirrors come in all shapes, styles and sizes and can be found anywhere from discount retailers and garage sales to flea markets. They should be chosen based on the size and decor of your room. Full-length mirrors make a room seem larger. A full-mirrored wall will optically expand and add glamour to a room. Consider adding a folding screen of mirrored panels to the corner of a room to add light and dimension. Just glue molding around each full-length mirror and secure each side with hinges.
Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 04:10:08 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Quentin Bourque. When you walk on your antique rug, it encounters a lot of stress against the hard floor. The back of the rug, or the knots, as well as the foundation, need to be protected as best as possible. There are rug pads with holes in them and solid rug pads. In this case, the solid on is best. Moving a step ahead, a solid pad with some sort of texture on the surface is even better. This texture can safely grab your antique rug and keep it from crawling, hence reducing wear.
Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 04:10:02 AM. Window Treatment By Robin Rapace. The furniture in the room is selected and placed in accordance with the windows and the window coverings determine the kind of upholstery the furniture will have. treatment entails decorating the window with some form of curtains, blinds or shutters. These window must be carefully chosen in order to complement the room as well as the window.
Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 04:09:49 AM. Window Treatment By Quentin Bourque. Drapery and curtains are two entirely different sets of window treatments in interior design; though the terms are often used interchangeably. Drapery refers to pleated panels that hang from decorative rods or poles. This type of window treatment is moveable and can be opened during the day and closed in the evening.
Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 04:09:44 AM. Mirror By Nathalie Bombelles. Mirrors are a great tool to add depth and light to a room. A mirror in a room without windows will reflect the lights and make the room appear brighter. They can also open up a small space by giving the room the appearance of having more depth. Oversized mirrors are a great tool to fill a large wall, while mirrored sets can create a unique focal point over a couch, mantel or console table.