admin. home decor. December 02nd , 2017.
Water Wall: This is made of natural stone and has a recirculating electric pump. This is crafted of an inlaid stone mosaic.
Use materials such as silk, lace, brocade, and velvet for curtains. The curtains of the Victorian era were heavy and covered from ceiling to the floor, for their full length. You can do the same, and match the color of the curtains with that of the walls, to make the room appear bigger than it is. Also, decorate your house with a plethora of embroidery laden pillows and rugs that are placed at a number of places, to provide a true Victorian look.
Adore the walls with tribal masks and other African artwork. Place a lot of plants like African violets, Adenia or orchids in the room to give a natural feel. Choose wooden flooring or terracotta flooring in shades of brown, beige or even black to give it a more rustic, earthy feel. The chairs, tables as well as other furniture should either made of wood or covered in faux fur. You can use bed sheets with animal prints or faux fur to cover the sofas.
Slip the notch of the post above the outside face of the sleeper and secure it on the side of the sleeper. To avoid splitting of wood, offset the bolts diagonally from one another and use two hot-dipped, galvanized threaded bolts with hex heads of size x 6 inches.
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