home decor. Thursday , July 06th , 2017 - 08:36:03 AM
The outward bow portion of a ship would make for a great bar top table if you have one in your home, or if you're thinking of setting one up. You can build it in such a way where the bow sticks out with the top flattened, for you to place your drinks and other items like say a lantern with a large seashell to one side. Place this bow structure strategically to one corner of your home especially if it a spacious apartment. You can also have a swinging forward bow that is lightweight, which you can easily push forward before entering your bar space.
There are only a few people in this world who are untouched by the elusive mystique of the ocean. Who doesn't like that salty smell and fresh enigma of the seashores? There are many people who solely envy those who live near a seashore and wish to buy a house just next to the sea, once in a lifetime. Rather than longing for that day, why not bring the sea in your existing house? Sounding crazy, ain't we? Well, this is exactly the thought behind the ideas for nautical decor, which is one of the latest interior designing trends that have taken the world with a 'tide'.
Selection of paint schemes for an old house is slightly tricky as we do not have much of an idea about the kind of color that will keep the old world charms of the house intact. You can take the help of some magazines or some color charts of the historical buildings from a library. Usually, in the olden days, people used to like those colors that were closer to nature. A variety of shades of red, brown, green or mustard will be just the right choice. These colors will accentuate the minute detail work of architecture of these buildings.
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