home decor. Thursday , June 29th , 2017 - 08:36:04 AM
A clock doesn't always have to be isolated. It can seamlessly merge with your artwork, provided you can achieve the balance it demands. For example, this clock in the center fits in suitably, and creates an interesting focal point without stealing attention from the artwork.
You don't want to choke your home with everything nautical-esque since that would take away its homey essence and be more like a tavern going with a maritime theme. You want it to be noticeable but not too noticeable, where these should take up enough room for one to stand back and admire, and not have digest so much at a time.
Christmas is a time for celebration in every corner of the world. Instead of starting at the last moment, plan a little in advance. Christmas decorations would mean cleaning your gardens or yards and trimming the lawn and trees. See to it that the wiring is all safely set to avoid any mishaps due to snow. Light up your garden with colorful lights. A big Christmas tree in your garden will enhance the look by a million times! Light up the tree too, along with the traditional decorative pieces. You can make some fabulous mistletoes with tulle if you don't want to go in for the regular ones.
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