Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 02:27:10 AM by Quentin Bourque. Home Accent. Southwestern homes, with their stucco or adobe exterior and red tiled roofs have gained popularity recently. Bright color window drapes, Chinese vases and bright artwork are some of the home accents which can complement these designs. What can express home accents? Quilts, picture frames, candles, clocks and mirrors-are what turn a house into a home. It's the combination of all the small things that give a home your personal touch. Sift through the different home décor options in this section to get good ideas on personal touches you can add to your home.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:45:19 AM. Home Accent By Nathalie Bombelles. There is also more country designs which are more of a comfortable homey style than a set of particulars. French country or rural country can be varied in styles and yet have that cozy charm. However, one common feature is the multiple paned windows of the length of the walls known as French windows. These can even be used like doors. This style loves the kitchen to be big, spacious and comfortable, with windows for sunlight and thick beams and polished stone or tiled floors. This design often entails large drawing rooms typically with a fire-place.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:32:55 AM. Window Treatment By Marine Jacquier. It seems that country homes get to have the most fun with varied textures and prints. Bold colorful organic designs are great for playful atmospheres, while plaids and checkers can really bring you back home. Ruffles, fringes, and lace can all be used to really dress up a window for a bold classic look. Humble country windows are often light and airy, perfect for a warm summer day.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:32:42 AM. Fall Decor By Magali Courbis. 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.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:32:18 AM. Fall Decor By Fabien Dubos. You can make your centerpiece yourself using the decorations you already have but arranging them so they build up a particular area. You want to use all the colors of fall that you can in order to create this look. Sit a pumpkin down in the middle of the decor and pile different color leaves around it. Use orange tea light candles in the home.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:26:57 AM. Mirror By Nathalie Bombelles. You could use small mirrors of different sizes and varied frames and arrange them on a wall as a piece of art. The wall above your fireplace is a great place to mount a custom mirror. It will reflect the light and images from across the room and create an impression of a much bigger space. Home depot framed wall mirrors do not need to be a continuous one piece panel. You could arrange the panels so they look like one single piece, but the breaks will give your wall a very stylish look.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:26:46 AM. Window Treatment By Quentin Bourque. Another option that works well in bathrooms is blinds. You can choose from cellular shades which are adjustable. You are able to maintain privacy by only lowering the top half or adjust the cellular shade for minimal coverage, depending on what you desire. Vinyl vertical blinds are also another popular option for bathrooms because of the amount of light control.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:26:39 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Robin Rapace. When buying a pad you will want to understand what area of the house it will be going in. A rug that will be in a high traffic area like a hallway or entry should use a thin, non slip pad. These pads typically are made of a rubber-like material and have a weave look to them. These grip hard surface floors very well, keeping your rug in place. You want a thin pad to prevent too much of a height difference to avoid any trip hazards and create a natural flow when walking. If you are putting it under a rug in a living room that will be creating more cushion and sound absorption, then you will want to use a thicker pad, possibly one made from a felt material. You can even find pads that are meant for use with outdoor area rugs which usually come mildew resistant. If you are using a rug to carpet application you will want to buy a pad that is made specifically for that.