Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 21:41:13 PM by Quentin Bourque. Window Treatment. 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.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 22:57:21 PM. Mirror By Fabien Dubos. If you have a compact dining room or maybe a small dining nook in your house, use framed mirrors for wall behind the table to make it spacious yet cozy at the same time. But if you have a formal dining room, use them to highlight your antique dishes or expensive china. Match the framework with the decor of the room and add a tasteful touch. Similar to the living room and bedrooms, you can experiment with textures, finishes and panels.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 22:57:19 PM. Window Treatment By Magali Courbis. Windows can really define a room if utilized properly, but that may not be your intended result. Effectively using window treatments to tone down the source of distraction and compliment the interior of the room. Again, this is done by creating interactions between room elements even after the sun has gone down.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 22:57:16 PM. Fall Decor By Marine Jacquier. 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 Monday, October 15th 2018, 22:57:13 PM. Home Accent By Nathalie Bombelles. These Accent chests are very helpful for everyone that wants to maintain the cleanliness at home. These helps us keep our things. We can organize and arrange everything in our home by keeping the stuffs inside. There are a broad range of designs for chests. Just don't forget to choose the one that will fit for the space available in our room.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 22:53:57 PM. Home Accent By Nathalie Bombelles. Lawrence Essentials has carved a beautiful rectangle bud vase, which is made out of resin. This vase makes lilacs look really elegant. Jan Barboglio's collections have two really distinct votive holders. The Basket Flower Candle Holder is made up of iron and holds a hand-blown glass for votives. This piece will add warmth to your home. The Rail Votive Holder is an iron railroad candle holder that can hold up to 12 votives. This hand finished piece is quite an embellishment.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 22:39:24 PM. Halloween Decoration By Quentin Bourque. Spider webs: Most people use the fake spider webs outside, but they'll last longer inside as well. The added bonus? It's OK if they get a little dusty! Spider webs are supposed to be spooky, so put away your cleaning products for a few weeks! Make sure that you spray your spider webs with repellent to deter any live inhabitants from making a home! If you want a less scary, try spraying the webs with spray glitter for a pretty touch.
Published at Monday, October 15th 2018, 22:35:24 PM. Fall Decor By Robin Rapace. 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.