Aleta Rajani home decor, 2017-11-02 07:53:06. If you are on a tight budget, but still want to change the way your home looks, then use these ideas. Shuffle the furniture and other items in your house and replaces few old items with new.
Aleta Rajani home decor, 2017-11-01 19:46:48. Walls are a great place to display artwork. It not only displays the art, but explains a lot about your taste and lifestyle. Due to the abundance in styles, it can blend well with the overall interior design of the home. Metal comes in many forms, out of which many artworks are made out of copper, wrought and brass. However, wrought iron is less expensive and therefore, high in demand. Wall artwork are eye-catching and change the look of the room. Though, many shapes and sizes of these artwork are available in the market, you can have a custom-made metal piece to match your interior design theme. Metal wall sculptures bring more of a timeless look, while metal wall pockets, hangers and hooks add a rustic look and yet serve the purpose of keeping umbrellas, keys and even make room for placing flowers. Hanging a name plate at the entrance of the house can also look more antique and unique.
admin home decor, 2017-11-02 19:58:28. 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.
Donaldina Hermione home decor, 2017-11-01 07:42:07. Decorating is about play, and creating your home in your own image. Don't stick to trends, and do what makes you feel great. If it means breaking decorating rules, do it―and don't regret it.
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