home decor. Thursday , June 15th , 2017 - 09:36:01 AM
It is very important to choose fabrics and furniture that matches your safari theme. Choose fabrics that have animal prints, or is made of faux leather like zebra stripes, tiger skin for sofa covers. You can even go in for traditional prints like hand-painted fabrics, woven wools, cotton, etc. for an intense feel. You can choose Turkish rugs, block prints, geometric designs with golden accents add to the traditional feel. You can even hunt for or ask someone you know in Africa to send you a unique cloth for decorated called the mud cloth. This fabric is made from a dye of fermented mid that is used to create many beautiful, vibrant, colorful patterns on the cloth. Furniture made of rattan and bamboo make the rooms more splendid.
You enter a home and you see a little bit of this, a little bit of that, and a dash of something else altogether, which the home owner explains as its eclectic dcor style. What?! In simple words, the eclectic style in interior design is the home decorator's boon. Not everything has to match perfectly, not everything has to be synchronized. Yes, a balance has to be achieved and harmony has to be struck, but you don't have to follow a theme that offers very little scope for movement outside of it. In fact, this dcor style allows you to decorate on your whim, and create that perfectly imperfect home!
Firstly, you should not copy the color scheme of your neighbor(s). At the same time, the color should not make your house look like one out of place on the street. Rather, it should complement well with the color of other houses in your neighborhood.
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