home decor. Wednesday , June 28th , 2017 - 13:36:04 PM
Ceramic Feng Shui: This is made of beautifully glazed ceramic, and there is a soothing sound of flowing water. There is also a recirculating electric pump.
A study room is the formal area in the house where one tries to concentrate, and get work done without too many distractions. Some people get disturbed with prints of all types; that is why study rooms are usually kept bare and formal. For those who want to break the rules, and add in a small touch of color, you can go in for neutral-colored rugs, or lampshades with dots. Use dots in combinations of black with gray, teal and light gray, white and crme, pastel shades, etc.
Another way to play with light is to play with the actual light in the room, although this technique alters the feel of the room (and possibly its utility) more than you might want it to. For instance, a home office is usually bright, so make it dim instead―eliminate any room light (ceiling fixtures, etc.) and use small, strategically-placed reading lamps instead. Or go the other way in the living room―instead of a dim room for watching TV, make it bright by uncovering windows, and installing multiple light sources. The great thing about playing with light in this way is that it's easily reversible if you change your mind.
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