Published at Friday, July 06th 2018, 10:49:10 AM by Robin Rapace. Mirror. Mirrors are a great design accessory, and when strategically placed, they can liven up a room, making it appear brighter and larger. It is use since old times to enhance the design of a room. Designers have been putting mirrors on furniture for over 100 years. Here are some ideas to take advantage of the mirror and add light to your room, create depth or highlight an interesting focal point:
Published at Sunday, November 04th 2018, 06:47:37 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Quentin Bourque. 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 Sunday, November 04th 2018, 06:47:31 AM. Home Accent By Nathalie Bombelles. Start with the most simple of home accents that are not too flashy and are likely to become more timeless than outdated. These can be simple color schemes, or they can be a single design constant like a pattern or a flow. It is not too difficult to find matching themes from various places, but it can be more cost effective to use one website or store for your designing needs.
Published at Sunday, November 04th 2018, 06:47:25 AM. Fall Decor By Marine Jacquier. When shopping for knick knacks for your home design be sure to purchase ones that compliment your room design and also bring in your individuality. To enhance your fall décor, make sure you choose pieces that have a fun for the holidays style. You might try paper mache pumpkins here and there or providing black cat figures around the house. Using accessories that reflect your personality will add a touch of your own individuality to the room design. Try shopping at thrift stores or garage sales for those unique items that won't take all your money.
Published at Sunday, November 04th 2018, 06:47:13 AM. Home Accent By Magali Courbis. 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 Sunday, November 04th 2018, 06:47:03 AM. Window Treatment By Fabien Dubos. For complete sunlight protection and privacy, the benefits of using screens are outstanding. It is the vital part of decoration in Asian and Spanish homes. The striking patterns of grill work screen are highly appealing. When style is your important concern, shades are selected depending on the style of the room. The roller shades and sun control shades come in special designs that will smoothly blend with the décor. The curtains are another type of windows treatment that adds a touch of elegance to the surroundings at a lower cost. This cost-effective method is very popular in regulating sunlight and privacy. The curtains with a fixed drapery will suit with any interior arrangements in the most beautiful way.
Published at Sunday, November 04th 2018, 06:46:50 AM. Fall Decor By Robin Rapace. Create a beautiful autumn display at your front door to welcome friends, family and guests to your home. Hang a fall-themed wreath on your front door. Use corn stalks, straw, pumpkins and other hearty fall vegetables as decorating accessories. Birch branches, long twigs and corn stalks can fill a large vase for a spectacular autumn arrangement. Tie a wide orange, yellow or red ribbon around the vase to finish off the look.
Published at Sunday, November 04th 2018, 06:46:42 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Quentin Bourque. Increasing the life of your area rug: Did you know that rugs wear out from the underside first? This is because the rug is constantly being rubbed and crushed against the floor when anyone walks on it. A rug pad will cushion the rug and keep it looking good for a lot longer than just having the rug on the floor. You don't want your new rug to age prematurely.