Published at Friday, November 09th 2018, 05:19:34 AM by Robin Rapace. Window Treatment. Clean lines are well represented in the realm of modern window treatments. Venetian blinds, solid undecorated sheers, and boldly printed or monochromatic curtains are some great trends in contemporary design. Ample sunlight always compliments the clean look of modern home interiors so there is no need to be shy of natural light. Avoiding valances and utilizing crisp modern fabrics is a great start for contemporary window treatments.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:57:54 PM. Wall Decor By Quentin Bourque. Music note art is a perfect example of contemporary design with a little touch of your personal interest about music. This idea can be a fascinating focal point in your media or music room. You can choose to place it in the ceiling or on the wall just above your piano. You can also add a line or two of your favorite song to further accentuate the decor.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:57:51 PM. Mirror By Nathalie Bombelles. Dress up your bathrooms with framed mirrors and use them to highlight your bathroom fixtures or stylish lamps you have. Choose from a range of options beginning with a wall to wall mirror behind the counter to double or triple matching mirrors. If you have twin basins in your bathroom, then twin mirrors are a perfect choice. And if your bathroom doubles as your dressing room, then a full-length mirror becomes a must-have accessory.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:57:49 PM. Fall Decor By Marine Jacquier. Paint one wall in a fall accent color, which will dramatically change the look of a room for a minimal time commitment and cost. Choose candles in glorious autumn scents. Try the following scents: apple cider, cinnamon, pine, nutmeg and pumpkin spice. Not only will the candles add a warm glow to match the warm fall colors, but they will also fill your home with distinctive aromas of the season.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:46:44 PM. Fall Decor By Fabien Dubos. Swap out accessories. Like any great outfit, our rooms have accessories, too. Consider changing out a few for the season (not necessarily to fall-themed decor), with items you love, but might be storing away because don't have room to showcase year-round. Swap out accessories on your bookcases, coffee tables and sofa tables to create an instant new look. If you have a large art collection, consider changing out the main art in your rooms so you can enjoy your often-seen pieces.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:46:42 PM. Fall Decor By Magali Courbis. Now that you've softened the floor, dressed the sofa, and decorated the table it's time to add inspiration to the walls. Consider creating your own works of art by taking photos of fall imagery and framing them in handsome wood or elegant metals. Most home furnishings stores carry a wide selection of framed prints landscapes, still lifes, Impressionist visions, abstract contemporaries. Special cards and notes you have received can also make a lovely statement as a framed memento. Don't forget children's artwork to add color and whimsy. By using ready-made, standard frames you can change out the work as often as new pieces are brought from school! You can also frame up a host of non-paper elements; try a family heirloom quilt hung on a wall, or a needlepoint scene crafted over several months, elegantly framed. Perhaps you have collectibles that would benefit from shadow boxing, like tickets and programs from shows or sports memorabilia. Make it personal and flexible to suit your mood and the changing seasons.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:46:39 PM. Window Treatment By Robin Rapace. Good window treatments should be designed to suit not only the windows but they should blend with the rest of the décor of the room and create a sense of interweaved design. A badly chosen and placed window treatment could stand out like an eye sore in an otherwise attractive room.
Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:41:13 PM. 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.