Published at Friday, August 17th 2018, 08:53:54 AM by Robin Rapace. Home Accent. High-tech interior design styles are often thought to be for the rich and suave people and appeal to debonair and urbane population. This design style entails a use of a lot brushed or shiny stainless steel, mirrors, chrome and high gloss black accents. Especially in kitchens and baths, they will often have sleek metallic appliances and fixtures, with the latest home appliances and sleek storage cabinets. Drapes or shades typically seen in offices are also used for drawing room windows. Curving window glasses may be set on the walls for that high tech feel.
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:19:21 AM. Home Accent By Fabien Dubos. Being too cluttered doesn't make a home more attractive. It just makes it look cluttered. Using accent pieces to spruce up your home shouldn't create a cacophony of various artifacts that just end up needing a good dusting every week. You are looking for spatial relationships that work well within each room of your house. So, if you start with the basics and then work your way from there you can enhance your home without cluttering it.
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:19:17 AM. Mirror By Robin Rapace. When you use a number of framed mirrors or on the same wall you can use their shapes and sizes to build a pattern either across the entire wall or indeed concentrate them in one place either effect is stunning. In the bedroom or hallway a wonderful way to add to the décor is to use a floor mirror, these flexible mirrors just simply lean against the wall and can be used to add drama to a small hallway or make a dark bedroom come alive in daylight or if you shine some spotlights onto it sparkle at any time of the day.
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:19:14 AM. Home Accent By Nathalie Bombelles. 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 Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:19:11 AM. Halloween Decoration By Marine Jacquier. You will also want to think about how scary you would like your decorations to be. If you're opening up your Halloween party to include children then you may want to keep the scariness down to a minimum. You don't want to give your guest's children nightmares for a week after the actual party. When expecting kids, stick more to decorations and accessories that still have elements of the classic Halloween themes, but that are more on the humorous or light hearted side and are age appropriate for your guests.
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:19:08 AM. Window Treatment By Magali Courbis. The most appealing thing about blinds is that because they are so versatile, they typically can be blended into existing decor without detracting from the overall design of the room. Installing blinds, no matter what size shape, color or style, will not take away from a prized painting or other accessories in the room.
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:19:04 AM. Home Accent By Fabien Dubos. Paint Colors: It is not always getting home decors and patching them to where they are assigned, but choosing the wall paint is also important. For example, paint your kitchen walls with light and neutral colors such as off-white, light yellow or the lightest baby blue. Then you can use bright colored décor accents.
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:19:03 AM. Wall Decor By Robin Rapace. In a home built with traditional, symmetrically lined wall features, you can use decorative features to add style and interest to the space. Exotic colors, patterns, and even textures can go a long way toward making the space seem interesting, without disrupting the sense of unity which this architectural choice makes inherent. If your home has contemporary walls, scattered at random intervals lightly throughout the space, consider using a single color or pattern to bring unity to the area. Even if you can't help but change up the tones on the various walls, you should at least use a unifying factor, such as a single type of decorative piece, or a single color used on all of the trim and molding. This will ensure that the space doesn't get too disparate.