home decor. Thursday , December 15th , 2016 - 01:36:02 AM
Decorating your house adds interest to life and gives your home a personal touch. Your home, after all, is an extension of your personality. Before you begin decorating, visualize the final picture and then go according to it. Break the monotony and experiment with ideas you've never done before. Don't mindlessly splurge on expensive antiques. Be bold with colors, shapes and schemes while experimenting with retro decor to make your home a cozy nook.
In today's evolving age of home decoration, it is not surprising that the ancient vaulted ceiling type of architecture that was the charm of cathedrals of the old world are now seen in the "great rooms" of modern-day homes. People owning Victorian or Elizabethan style homes are probably most familiar with vaulted ceilings. The attics of most older style houses have vaulted ceilings. These ceilings actually impart a certain kind of spaciousness to a house due to their feature of spanning across the entire structure. This may get kind of annoying for many people, yet, vaulted ceiling ideas do tend to fascinate most people, even today. Either way, decorating a room with a vaulted ceiling can be one of the toughest challenges that an amateur has to face. To evade all from this dilemma, here is some helpful information.
Burlap fabric has been used over a period of time, as the base material for carpets, rugs, and mats. Use it to make one of your own. Use these carpets to decorate your bedrooms or living rooms, or just hang it on a wall, to add to the aesthetic sense of your room.
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