home decor. Monday , February 13th , 2017 - 01:36:02 AM
Corner shelves are the most useful and space saver of all the wall shelves. They can be fit in the corner of the rooms, the area that is mostly unused. More often than not, corner shelves are tiered with shelves in different sizes. Their biggest advantage is that, as they don't stick out of the wall, you are least likely to run into them. In your kid's bedroom you can use these to place toys or frames of family pictures.
Polka-dotted wall art is also a very good idea, since papering the walls with dots will never look too good. You could frame different pieces of cloth or paper which has these dots together, so that one wall gets accentuated, or you could randomly place it. Both look good. Refrigerator magnets, aprons, napkins, tablecloths, etc., can also be used, provided your walls and kitchen equipment are kept neutral.
Play with light effects to create discordance, too. When painting a room, the trim is generally painted a higher sheen than the walls. In your discordant room, try painting the trim a matte or eggshell and the walls high gloss―this works especially well when there is extensive trim work like wainscoting, picture rails, and chair rails. Another great discordance is the pairing of a high-gloss ceiling with a matte floor―for this effect to work, the floor can't be carpeted, which is normally matte anyway. Try unpolished marble or distressed wood instead.
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