home decor. Friday , March 31st , 2017 - 08:36:04 AM
The material used is highly dependent on your taste and the purpose of installing these shelves. If you are fixing floating shelves on the kitchen wall, you can opt for a marble or granite shelf that matches the kitchen countertop. Matching these to the kitchen cabinets is also a popular idea. Wooden floating shelves are very commonly opted as they suit most of the home decor, irrespective of the room in which they are installed. Glass floating shelves are also commonly used in living room, bedroom, and kitchen. If your kid's bedroom has colorful plastic floating shelves, they can be easily matched to the rest of your kid's room furniture. For placing books, you need to opt for wooden shelves. Colors of floating shelves need to be matched well with the rest of the furniture. Cherry colored wooden floating shelves look elegant and suit almost any piece of furniture or laminate. White floating wall shelves are highly popular and commonly fixed on white walls.
The walls should ideally be made of stone, similar to those in the houses of the Gothic era. You can even consider fake stone walls, but only if they look authentic. Otherwise a good option would be to paint them in colors such as blue, purple, or gray.
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.
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