home decor. Tuesday , January 24th , 2017 - 03:36:02 AM
Pastel and monochromatic shades are the perfect choice for modernizing your home. Do not jazz up the walls with garish colors and elaborate paints. Shades of white, mauve, olive, aqua, pink and beige virtually increase the space of rooms. If the interiors are spacious enough, you can paint with dark hues.
Use materials such as silk, lace, brocade, and velvet for curtains. The curtains of the Victorian era were heavy and covered from ceiling to the floor, for their full length. You can do the same, and match the color of the curtains with that of the walls, to make the room appear bigger than it is. Also, decorate your house with a plethora of embroidery laden pillows and rugs that are placed at a number of places, to provide a true Victorian look.
If your bathroom has a medicine cabinet, you can use a nice and subtle polka-dotted laminate on it. Also, framed polka-dotted designs can be hung on the bathroom walls. If you do not want to modify your bathroom in any way, then you could get a nice, polka-dotted mat, towels, napkins, or vases, and keep them in your bathroom. The idea is to make your bathroom look as neat and presentable as possible.
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