home decor. Friday , May 19th , 2017 - 21:36:02 PM
In today's evolving age of home decoration, it is not surprising that the ancient vaulted ceiling type of architecture that was the charm of cathedrals of the old world are now seen in the "great rooms" of modern-day homes. People owning Victorian or Elizabethan style homes are probably most familiar with vaulted ceilings. The attics of most older style houses have vaulted ceilings. These ceilings actually impart a certain kind of spaciousness to a house due to their feature of spanning across the entire structure. This may get kind of annoying for many people, yet, vaulted ceiling ideas do tend to fascinate most people, even today. Either way, decorating a room with a vaulted ceiling can be one of the toughest challenges that an amateur has to face. To evade all from this dilemma, here is some helpful information.
Cottage style is not merely a decorating theme, but a lifestyle where people choose the country charm over modern chic life. English cottage style decorating may look straight out of a Jane Austen or Thomas Hardy novel, but they sure do make you feel at home. The end of 19th century saw a revival of the Tudor architecture which led to popularity of English cottages in the United States. Such a house is a unique picturesque beauty, that exudes an open arms invite as well.
You can also use pottery like terra cotta as home dcor in the gardens. Terro cotta is long-lasting and holds up to heat very well. You can color the pots with colorful paints for your plants and decorate them in the porch on festive occasions. You can use items that represent the Southwest style, such as stepping stones in the garden.
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