home decor. Thursday , December 29th , 2016 - 22:36:02 PM
The most important thing is the interior color scheme. Along with following your personal choice, you should pick the colors that go well according to the nautical theme. This theme makes way to the aquatic and other colors, like aquatic white, navy blue, rust red, sky blue, light blue, faint lilac, and such colors that will make you feel close to the ocean. Well, make sure to not overwhelm the house by painting all the walls with same color to get a 'nautical feel'. Make sure you make a great color coordination. Imagine grayish blue color in combination with another deeper shade of blue for contrast. Try faded red and fresh cream color shades for the interiors as well because they will surely create the sea magic.
These houses were the epitome of the typical English houses. Initially, they used to be single storied with wide clapboard siding, steep-pitched roofing, with protruding chimneys. These houses were later replaced with two or one and a half story homes, multi-paned windows that look symmetric with the front door of the house which were typically located in the center of the building. This was replaced by the Georgian colonial, Federal, and Victorian style houses, at the start of the 20th century. Later during the colonial revival era, these houses regained their popularity with a large amount of revival impact! Hence, during this era, the Cape Cod style houses were a bit different than the original ones.
Started in 1950, Paul Secon who co-founded the company with his brother Morris, envisioned a concept, to create homes with cozy interiors including fun decor for kids, and even teens, in retailers that offer Pottery Barn furnishings in - 'Pottery Barn Kids', 'Pbteen 'and 'Pottery Barn Bed + Bath'. The overall aesthetic that Pottery Barn exudes, reminds me very much of 'IKEA' back home, where everything is perfect down to every detail, with years of guaranteed durability. It has chicness, comfort and fun meshed into one, with what houses in this day and age should encapsulate, depending on one's style and taste. Find out here the different Pottery Barn outlets, where you can find these great household add-ons, not to mention other incredible knick-knacks, be it in person at the store, or from the comfort of your home/office, if you log on to their web portal.
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