admin home decor, 2017-11-05 20:25:11. For the last few years, which all holiday destinations have you been to? Do you prefer the mountains, the seaside or the countryside? Do you prefer to go to places which have a rich history and culture or do you like to go to modern cities? This will give you an insight into the kind of interior decoration that you want. If you like the seaside, you can go in for Mediterranean dcor and if you prefer the rural life, go in for rustic dcor for your house. Or, if there is a particular favorite country that you visit often, like Italy, France or Spain, you can even consider decorating your entire home after it! Italian, French, Swiss, Swedish, Japanese, Mexican and Moroccan interior decorating styles are very popular these days!
admin home decor, 2017-11-04 08:13:12. Making your own Halloween decorations can be simple and fun. You can make some monster footprints on the pathway that leads to your house with a big sponge. The big, hated pumpkins are great decorating material for Halloweens. With a simple cutter or a kitchen knife you can carve out a jack-o-lantern, out of green pepper pumpkins. Icky cobwebs made of strings will look superb! Dim lighting, all the way to the house, will add to the spooky effect that you've been trying for.
admin home decor, 2017-11-04 20:16:37. French country style exhibits a unique blend of vibrant colors like yellow and orange and somber shades like gray and brown. This style makes ample use of blues and pinks in all shades. Distress white and butter yellow are the favorite colors for painting walls. Kitchen cupboards are often painted in blue or salmon pink with hand painted design on it. Shades of green such as bright grass green and dark hunter green and used in combination with cobalt blue to depict the hues of nature. These bright colors are often punctuated with gray or brown. Accent pieces are mostly colored in black. Yellowish brown colors are used in ample to exude warmth and rustic charm.
admin home decor, 2017-11-05 08:17:31. Try to avoid decorating rooms with mirrors. If a mirror has to be there, then set it in a place where any other light source will not be reflected. Place heavy accessories or houseplants, instead. You can also add a faux doorway to divide the room on a temporary basis.
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