Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 02:05:00 AM by Magali Courbis. Wall Decor. 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 Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:02:27 AM. Mirror By Nathalie Bombelles. 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 Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:02:20 AM. Home Accent By Marine Jacquier. You can infuse any room with style by setting an artist made bowl on a table or a shelf. The Mary Jurek Fidelia Bowl is a very popular artistry bowl made out of hammered stainless steel. This textured bowl can be used to attractively hold many assorted objects! These are just a few home décor accents that you could use to add charm to one of your rooms. There are many collections that are created with themes. Use these themes to decoratively express yourself.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:02:14 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 Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:02:08 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Fabien Dubos. Once you know what kind of pad you need, you will need to know what size. The pad should be slightly less than the length and width of the area rug. You can usually buy already cut to size pads for most standard sized rugs. In some cases, however, you may find that your rug is a unique size. In that case you would want to buy a pad that is larger than your rug and custom cut it to size.
Published at Tuesday, October 30th 2018, 07:25:25 AM. Halloween Decoration By Quentin Bourque. Window Dressings. Turn your windows into Halloween hallmarks with simple black poster board and a little creativity. Cut out designs of witches, ghosts, and other Halloween figures (pumpkin carving kits have excellent templates) from a full sheet of poster board. Tape the sheet over the inside of your windows, when you turn your lights on inside, they illuminate the cut out to show your spooky creations to passersby.
Published at Tuesday, October 30th 2018, 07:25:17 AM. Halloween Decoration By Nathalie Bombelles. Glass vases: You can fill glass vases with almost anything! Orange, red, brown, and gold are the traditional colors of fall, and you can use strictly black and orange right around Halloween if you wish. Try filling vases with colored leaves, marbles, or orange and black candies. If you want to really get gruesome, you can also use unusual things like plastic bugs.
Published at Tuesday, October 30th 2018, 07:25:08 AM. Kids Room Decor By Robin Rapace. Decorating kids rooms can be a fun and enjoyable way to pass the time and it gives you the renewed opportunity to bond with your kids as well. There's no better way to get closer to your kids than by getting down to their level and talking about things that interest them. Decorating their rooms might be the perfect way to do that. But where do you start? If you have more than one child you need to be careful whose room you're going to be decorating first so that things don't get fraught and create added tensions.