Published at Saturday, March 16th 2019, 21:10:01 PM by Nathalie Bombelles. Window Treatment. Other window treatment ideas for overly bright rooms are curtains with heavy fabrics and dark colors. Such curtains coupled with the valances complete the whole look of the window treatments. Heavy shutters can also enhance the look of the windows drastically. The various shutter styles suitable for the purpose are raised panel or colonial style. Rolling blinds are available in various printing designs, semi-light filtering and black-out type and these also give a new look to the windows. The rolling shutters can be placed both inside or outside the house and can be decorative due to the use of different colors or materials such as bamboo. Awnings are a common choice for highly lit rooms. The positive point in the case of awnings is that the window treatment ideas which make use of awnings allow breeze to come inside while keeping the sun out.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 00:31:53 AM. Wall Decor By Magali Courbis. In a traditionally built house, the walls will most often be square, and symmetrical, with doors and windows placed at geometrically straight locations, in line with one another. More contemporary floor plans will usually call for an open space design, in which there are only a few walls, and most of the space flows naturally into itself.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 00:31:50 AM. Wall Decor By Fabien Dubos. Wall decor in your home is almost as important as the furnishings-whilst some homes might look great with absolutely no wall mirrors or wall art, most will look rather dull. A well chosen painting or mirror can greatly enhance any room, but it is vital that the piece is hung correctly. Pictures and wall mirrors should be hung at eye level. This depends on whether the majority of people will be standing or seated in the room at any given time. For example, in a dining room, a piece of wall art or a wall mirror could be hung lower.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 22:52:21 PM. Wall Decor By Quentin Bourque. In a traditionally built house, the walls will most often be square, and symmetrical, with doors and windows placed at geometrically straight locations, in line with one another. More contemporary floor plans will usually call for an open space design, in which there are only a few walls, and most of the space flows naturally into itself.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 22:52:18 PM. Home Accent By Fabien Dubos. Place vibrantly colored abstract art onto your wall opposite to your seats in order to highlight the colors in your latest space. Hang multi-piece mirrors across the windows or lamps to boost the lighting within the room and make it appear bigger. Place a colorful bouquet inside a modern vase such as the crescent vase, squeezed vase, or circle vase. The contrast between your soft natural flowers and those of the sleek top of the vase is particularly interesting.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 22:52:15 PM. Wall Decor By Nathalie Bombelles. These are quality options for Wall Decor. Way back to the ancient Roman and Egyptian civilization, oil paintings have always been used in designing all kinds of wall art. Oil paint and some other materials are normally used in creating stunning images and decoration. In most homes, oil paintings are done on the walls. The colors normally blend well. Oftentimes, the decoration glows whenever there's light in the house.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 22:52:12 PM. Home Accent By Quentin Bourque. This is very suitable in our living room. This will totally suit the taste of people who likes things to look minimalist. Magazine racks manage our readable stuffs in order. Magazine racks helps us save spaces and keep all the stuffs together. Now, Accent furniture may be a bit inviting to have them all. But, we have to remember these home accents should not be just delightful to look at. They should also provide comfort and fit in our needs.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 22:45:59 PM. Wall Decor By Marine Jacquier. Lighting is an important consideration for wall art. Carefully placed spotlights can draw attention to an attractive piece of artwork. The lighting does, however, need to be subdued to avoid inadvertent glare. Be careful to balance the room by not placing all your wall decor in one half of the room. Experiment with the positioning before you commit to hanging the pieces. You can create a nice touch of diversity by using different sized frames in paintings and mirrors.