Published at Saturday, October 20th 2018, 02:00:47 AM by Nathalie Bombelles. Pillows and Throws. A combination of different shapes like round square and rectangular will simply give your house a spectacular look and break the monotony of a single shape. Note that having too many throw pillows may actually spoil the outlook and simply make your living room look overcrowded.
Published at Saturday, March 16th 2019, 21:09:41 PM. Window Treatment By Marine Jacquier. The best window treatment ideas are those which enable the buyer to pick the best possible materials and styles for getting the perfect look for the window. Out of the many popular window treatment ideas, you can decide on the one you want to go for depending upon the type of window that needs working on. If the window is placed in the room where ample amount of light is required, then light colored curtains are suitable. The material of the curtains which would be most desirable in such a case would be cotton, linen, polyester and net. These styles of curtain fabrics allow light to pass through without compromising with the privacy. These types of curtains use up light colors like white and cream. Window treatment ideas like these are best suited for study rooms and kitchens where the interiors are supposed to be bright.
Published at Saturday, March 16th 2019, 21:09:36 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 Saturday, March 16th 2019, 21:09:30 PM. Window Treatment By Fabien Dubos. The cornice is a padded box that is covered in fabric and if desired, a type of trim. The edges can be shaped, such as scalloped, rounded or straight. These are often favored because they can help to conceal any existing hardware that is used to hang other window treatments, thus providing a more seamless overall look in a room.
Published at Sunday, February 10th 2019, 21:29:26 PM. Mirror By Magali Courbis. The farmed Wall mirrors can be used to turn your kitchen into a sophisticated room that matches the gourmet meals you cook for your family. Cabinet doors are always interesting choices. If you use them on the cabinets above your counter, you create an impression of a much bigger kitchen. Then again, use them as a two-foot high panel on the wall behind your counter and you can add depth. Do you have an awkwardly placed wall in your kitchen? Dress it up with a trendy wall mirror.
Published at Sunday, February 10th 2019, 21:29:24 PM. Mirror By Marine Jacquier. Your dresser will have a mirror with a frame that matches your decor but instead you could opt for a floor length mirror. Place it at an angle so that it brings in natural light and brightens your room. As another option, you could substitute the entire headboard of your bed for a mirror. Only, it is advisable not to use a single piece but break it up into panels with maybe individual frames.
Published at Sunday, February 10th 2019, 21:29:12 PM. Mirror By Fabien Dubos. The frame the mirror sits in is the key to having your mirror complement, or even define the decorating style in your room. Frames come in all materials and textures. Try a distressed wood frame for a French Country feel, a wrought iron or embossed metal for a rich Tuscan or Mediterranean look, or sleek chrome for a contemporary room.
Published at Sunday, February 10th 2019, 21:21:12 PM. Mirror By Nathalie Bombelles. Make the room brighter. Use them to enhance the natural light in a room by hanging one across from a window so it reflects the landscape outside. They're a great alternative to a traditional painting or print. Situate the mirror so it doesn't cause glare. Mirrors can be problematic if they're placed across from a window with a western or southern exposure. Multiply the wide of the space. Mirror a long wall in a skinny space to double the visual width of the room. This is a great trick for halls, entryways, narrow dining rooms, gym rooms and master bathrooms.