Kristiina Senta home decor, 2017-10-23 06:18:13. Stucco―a masonry product―is a mixture of cement, sand, and water. It is a smooth-textured plaster. Most of the time, two or three coats of stucco are applied over a masonry or metal lath. It is primarily used on the outside surface of the walls i.e., painting exterior stucco, but these days, it is also used to paint the interior of the house.
admin home decor, 2018-01-04 17:11:22. A study room is the formal area in the house where one tries to concentrate, and get work done without too many distractions. Some people get disturbed with prints of all types; that is why study rooms are usually kept bare and formal. For those who want to break the rules, and add in a small touch of color, you can go in for neutral-colored rugs, or lampshades with dots. Use dots in combinations of black with gray, teal and light gray, white and crme, pastel shades, etc.
admin home decor, 2018-01-07 05:23:53. Bed sheets and clean curtains are the first things that we notice when we enter any guest room. A clean set of linen makes a good impression on the guest. It speaks volumes about the simple sense of hygiene and cleanliness. Additionally, it makes the room look good too. Use light-colored sheets as light colors make the space look bigger than it actually is.
admin home decor, 2018-01-05 05:13:00. These houses were the epitome of the typical English houses. Initially, they used to be single storied with wide clapboard siding, steep-pitched roofing, with protruding chimneys. These houses were later replaced with two or one and a half story homes, multi-paned windows that look symmetric with the front door of the house which were typically located in the center of the building. This was replaced by the Georgian colonial, Federal, and Victorian style houses, at the start of the 20th century. Later during the colonial revival era, these houses regained their popularity with a large amount of revival impact! Hence, during this era, the Cape Cod style houses were a bit different than the original ones.
admin home decor, 2018-01-06 05:21:14. 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.
admin home decor, 2018-01-04 05:09:34. The Mediterranean style of interior decoration is often described as alluring and seductive, and it has been used for centuries. It incorporates the use of glass, terracotta, and iron as the basic material. Iron can be used in various ways to enhance the appearance of interiors. Grills made of wrought iron can be used to make structures resembling window frames. The architectural pieces made from wrought iron are also used for wall hangings. Terracotta is used in making pots with different shapes and colors. Over-sized pots are a prominent feature of this style of interior decoration.
admin home decor, 2018-01-05 17:18:39. 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, 2018-01-06 17:21:51. Hiring an interior designer to decorate a room can be expensive, because a designer puts in a lot of hours and gives a lot of personal attention to draft, redraft blueprints and select furniture which is usually custom-made. On the other hand, online designing is more affordable, as it does not provide the architectural designs, instead, it allows you to come up with a design and help your room look like a professionally designed one. Online designers usually charge a fee per room, which ranges from $100 to $1000, depending on the services required and the size.
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