home decor. Sunday , June 25th , 2017 - 22:36:04 PM
A cottage house is just the right place to get away from the daily bedlam associated with living an urbanized lifestyle. An English cottage is renowned for being a tad cozy and brings forth a warmth that makes families closer, making it right enough for a vacation home and for people with small children. It has gabled roof which are steeply pitched and holds a resemblance to the Tudor revival structures. Such cottages are well-known for their half-timbering style that is reminiscent of old world architecture. A gable has bargeboards which are nothing but boards fitted to projecting end of the gable, thus protecting and strengthening it.
The walls should be painted in light, neutral colors such as beige and white, so that it appears spacious and at the same time dispels darkness, if any. However, there are always exceptions to this rule. If your hallway is very large and wide, you can experiment with a plethora of bright colors such as red and yellow, as long as these colors go with the interior painting in the other areas of your house. One good idea is to paint it in a neutral shade and just when it is about to end, paint it in two or three shades darker color. If there is an adjoining staircase, you can spice up the look by painting the stairs in some unique colors and patterns.
An attic is small, so if you're going to decorate it, then you're going to be pretty close to the ceiling. But it will provide a different touch to the dcor of the room, something that you're not used to, so it will turn out just fine. Use a good color combination here because you will want to make the space appear as big as you can. Light wall colors and small furniture frames will make the place seem larger than it is.
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