Blondelle Georges,Wednesday, November 04th 2015, 14:51:24 PM. Vivacious reds paired with brilliant turquoise, emerald greens coupled with dazzling gold and pops of bright yellow laced into a backdrop that is distinctly orange; color is an integral part of most eclectic living rooms. Even though most homeowners prefer a more contemporary–eclectic style with grays and whites shaping the backdrop, a more boisterous approach does seem way more fun. Remember that eclectic is a style defined by ‘you’ and not any particular designer or trend. Pick colors that you truly love and paint a picture that is truly spellbinding. A good way to bring together these contrasting hues is by picking furniture with similar shape and outline. This approach works well in most modern–eclectic living spaces and if you want to throw in a curve ball, a tone–on–tone approach to decorating is another great alternative.
Blondelle Georges,Tuesday, September 01st 2015, 14:25:40 PM. Let’s face it, aren’t baby nurseries really for the parents? While your new child will sleep and play in the room, the decor, functionality and organization is all for the adults, so make it wonderful to escape to. Retro furniture has made a huge comeback in recent years and cribs, seating, and decorative accessories are all nods to throwback styles. Furniture that is reminiscent of the 1950’s and 1960’s with wide backed chairs and matching ottomans are comfortable and enable you a place to relax in your baby’s room. Add in colorful dressers and changing tables painted in retro paint colors such as aqua, orange, gold, and honeydew green are popular nursery tones.
Villetta Wagner,Monday, August 31st 2015, 13:31:24 PM. None who had an experience with it would disagree with the fact that organizing a teenager’s room is among one of the toughest tasks on the entire planet and not just when it concerns to interior design and decor. The idea is not just to stay in constant touch with the changing times and the taste of your kids, but also to create interiors that will grow along with them as their choices seem to alter dramatically with the passage of each year. Therefore, the best way to move forward is to amalgamate their own ideas with smart and savvy furniture that is also cost–effective.
Bel Langlais,Monday, August 31st 2015, 06:30:07 AM. The trend in the last decade has been to turn towards white for a soothing, elegant and neutral kitchen backdrop. It is an understandable phenomenon with contemporary style influencing many of the designs. White also lets the accent hues that you add to the space shine that much brighter! But over the past few years, the color spectrum has slowly started moving towards the other end, and this year gray began taking over. In 2015, we go a step further with black becoming the sought–after shade in the kitchen. Black brings an air of sophistication to the kitchen and gives it a sleek, bold aura. If you are not too happy about using black extensively and feel it turns the kitchen into a sterile space, then use it to highlight details and anchor a kitchen that is draped in cool neutrals. Black cuts across different styles ranging from farmhouse and industrial to contemporary and minimal. And for those who prefer a more timeless look, there is always the option of a classy black and white kitchen.
Celestiel Tardy,Sunday, August 30th 2015, 19:15:58 PM. Let’s face it, aren’t baby nurseries really for the parents? While your new child will sleep and play in the room, the decor, functionality and organization is all for the adults, so make it wonderful to escape to. Retro furniture has made a huge comeback in recent years and cribs, seating, and decorative accessories are all nods to throwback styles. Furniture that is reminiscent of the 1950’s and 1960’s with wide backed chairs and matching ottomans are comfortable and enable you a place to relax in your baby’s room. Add in colorful dressers and changing tables painted in retro paint colors such as aqua, orange, gold, and honeydew green are popular nursery tones.
Darcey Chene,Sunday, August 30th 2015, 15:42:46 PM. Children love color and adults do too for that matter! When bringing in new organization, ensure that color, patterns, textures and other visually appealing design elements are part of the organization system. Built–ins or custom wall units are a favorite of many parents because they don’t take up a lot of space and they can be painted to match the interiors of your child’s room or playroom. Use color to help them organize. Different color shelves can help them sort toys by size, shape, or even just display their favorite stuffed animals without them consuming their bed or floor space.
Desarae Salomon,Friday, August 28th 2015, 13:57:38 PM. Bedding has come a long way over the years. Baby bedding used to have generic baby iconic prints with colors that spoke to pink or blue color palettes and left little room for creativity. Today’s baby bedding is full of modern patterns, textures, bold and soft color palettes and room for your imagination to run free. The internet has made it possible to bring creative baby brand manufacturers to the everyday parent through artisan shopping websites and creative home decor marketplaces. Now choosing bedding that resonates with your style.
Blondelle Georges,Thursday, August 27th 2015, 05:41:39 AM. Depending on your decorative style choose colorful accents to bring the room together visually. Table or pendant lamps are a great place to start. Match lampshades with surrounding decorative colors and then mimic these colors in window treatments, bedding, and area rugs. Area rugs are a creative way to bring a burst of color and can change seasonally or whenever your little one gets them dirty! Another great idea is to take colors found in the decor and frame pictures of the same materials or colors. This bedroom has used the orange, purple, and green as the theme and utilized color blocking in the textiles as well as the wall decorations. This is a simple way to infuse colors in a multitude of ways.
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