Published at Sunday, November 04th 2018, 06:47:45 AM by Robin Rapace. Window Treatment. Every room requires different window coverings. The living room or the lounge windows must be both decorative and stimulating. Apart from the decorative curtains and valances, your windows can undergo a complete makeover by adding a huge ornate glass or a crystal shelf to the window. This would replace the simple and drab look with exquisiteness. The window treatment ideas and styles like the awnings, bay, casement, sliders, grille panels and stained glass can be used for remodeling your windows.
Published at Friday, May 18th 2018, 09:45:53 AM. Wall Decor By Fabien Dubos. One of the best and easiest way is to add texture to the wall. There are so many wallpapers that have texture, and it is a simple task to paper the wall or walls with a wallpaper that has a raised design, or is made to look like bamboo or linen. Of course, this can be brought to an extreme, and there have been avant garde decorators who adhered straw or paper bags to a wall to achieve texture, but this is not a solution that is for everyone.
Published at Thursday, May 17th 2018, 09:45:51 AM. Window Treatment By Marine Jacquier. When it comes to decorating a home, wading through the multitudes of different curtains, valances, draperies and more can be extremely difficult. Your decorating ideas can quickly change when you begin browsing through the different window treatments available. Window treatments can help make complete a room and make the room feel more like home. Knowing what the different options are will help you wade through the world of interior design and help make your house a home.
Published at Wednesday, May 09th 2018, 09:45:45 AM. Window Treatment By Quentin Bourque. The best minimalist window treatment is no treatment at all! Unfortunately, not all of us live in an area where we feel comfortable bearing it all and we must provide some sort of boundaries to prevent our home lives from being public peek-shows. This can be done by utilizing untraditional materials such as colored glass, recycled plastics, or luxury textiles. Colorful panes can interact with the light, or a solid block of sheer fabric can produce a very understated window effect.
Published at Saturday, May 05th 2018, 09:45:49 AM. Halloween Decoration By Nathalie Bombelles. Animated Items. Add a little of the unexpected with animated Halloween items near your front door. These characters can move or speak, but remember that smaller children are often frightened by these. Since gaining popularity in recent years, these items are fairly inexpensive and available online and in most stores during the Halloween season.
Published at Thursday, May 03rd 2018, 09:45:43 AM. Home Accent By Robin Rapace. Wood Accents: These home accents make your home feel warm and refined. Traditional, casual or modern homes can include wood accents on the floors, walls, furniture and the main entrance door. A wood design can serve as focal point when added to a wall. Pieces of furniture with wooden legs and arms, wooden side tables and shelves look dramatic if they have similar wood tone.
Published at Thursday, April 26th 2018, 09:22:20 AM. Fall Decor By Nathalie Bombelles. Change your color without painting. Painting every season is crazy and a bit unrealistic for most people, but there is a way to add different colors to your rooms each season by adding color to the back of your bookcases through removable panels. If you have bookcases in your home you can add colorful panels to the back of the cases, behind the accessories and books. Simply cover a foam core board with paint or fabric and position it firmly against the inside back of your bookcase-instant color update.
Published at Wednesday, April 18th 2018, 09:18:48 AM. Home Accent By Marine Jacquier. 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.