admin. home decor. January 14th , 2018.
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.
Regardless of whether or not you need to know the time in more than one country, it is a great idea to create some drama with a group of clocks on a wall. These could be of the same or different sizes, of the same or different style, place them symmetrically or asymmetrically; the choice is yours. Go a step further by making a statement with vintage clocks in a predominantly contemporary room.
Be it the satin pinks in the bedroom, or the crispy whites in the living room- beautiful curtains can enhance the entire look of a simple room. Double layered curtains give you the desired privacy and protection from sun as well as allow you room to be fancy and elegant with the second layer. Pick out the right length and right fabrics that will give you the desired protection and the right amount of light exposure/obstruction. In case you want something more contemporary, go for blinds. While picking out sheets for your bedrooms, generally go for the customized sets that include the pillows covers, sheets as well as comforters. If you are not a 'color-coordination' type of a person them simply mix and match according to your taste.
There are three categories, namely, full Cape Cod, half Cape Cod, and three-quarter Cape Cod house. The full Cape Cod house has a central front door with two windows at each side, the half Cape Cod house has front door at the side of the house with two windows, while the three-quarter Cape Cod house is flanked by two windows on one side and one window on the other. Apart from this main feature, interior decorating schemes of all these three types are identical. Commonly, additions are done so that it can match with the surrounding landscape. It is the reason why subtle designs and natural colors are prominent characteristics of these houses.
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