Mette Trudie home decor, 2017-10-05 16:30:27. Heavy, hardwood furniture complete with a rustic look is a must-have in every Mediterranean home. Accent pieces in wrought iron are also used throughout the house. Oil paintings and old tapestries are hung in the living room for a dramatic effect. Heavy wrought iron grills and bars are mounted on walls to create an illusion of windows. Grills are also mounted along the sides of the door for a grand entrance. Earthenware like pots and large vases are indispensable accessories of any this theme. Wrought iron towel holders and candle holders are great to have in bathrooms.
Kristiina Senta home decor, 2017-10-06 04:31:16. Playing around with dots is easy, as long as you pair them with other patterns that complement them. Neutrals and stripes are actually the perfect and safest options to go for. The fun part about dots is, you can explore so many options and combinations that you will get confused as to which one to choose. For example, you are decorating your living room. So, you choose a nice red wallpaper with white dots. You actually have an option to go in for a nice, rich, blue sofa or one that is black, or even white. Plus, you have your coffee table to consider, and a small decorative piece that goes on it, to think about. See what I mean, when I say it's confusing! Luckily for you, this Buzzle article will give you some amazing home dcor ideas that will surely ease away your confusion.
Aleta Rajani home decor, 2017-10-05 04:29:48. Living rooms are usually considered the main area in the house. Therefore, people are very particular about how it looks, and what others think about it. That is why, more often than not, even if someone has a brilliant idea, they opt for safe and conventional designs, like using neutrals or pastels. However, adding a small scattering of dots here and there, accompanied by stripes or solid patches of color, never harms anyone, and neither does it make the room look garish.
Mette Trudie home decor, 2017-10-06 16:31:35. Consider adding a crown molding. There are two ways to go about it, one is to follow the slope of the vaulted ceiling design, and the other is to put the crown ceiling below the actual ceiling. The latter can create the visual effect of a smaller ceiling. Drop ceilings can also be a great idea. If you have to decorate a bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, you might think of creating a sleeping alcove at the slope of the vaulted ceiling molding.
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