Darcey Chene,Monday, March 16th 2015, 19:24:22 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. 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.
Desarae Salomon,Friday, August 28th 2015, 13:57:38 PM. Have you found a retro graphic print that you want to frame for the nursery, or have fallen in love with a beautiful table lamp that is retro in styling? Nurseries are a great place to display wall art, coordinating lampshades and even matching pendant drum lights make a great focal point for your child’s room. If you are feeling adventurous – how about hand painting a mural or use wall decals in retro colors, graphics, and styles. Accessorizing the nursery with vintage finds like toys, and even heirloom keepsakes handed down from generations look beautiful in shadow boxes hung on the wall. Your baby’s room can combine new and old beautifully in their retro styled nursery.
Blondelle Georges,Thursday, August 27th 2015, 05:41:39 AM. You may think that organizing your child’s room has to be strictly utilitarian and functional. Creative kids’ organization products are found everywhere from home catalogs to your favorite big box store. Products that organize shoes, toys, and stuffed animals come in fun colors and can double as creative decor around your child’s room. Don’t stop at just color, look for baskets and bins that offer see–through options for quick cleanup and use tags or small chalkboards on baskets to know what is enclosed in them before pulling them off the shelf.
Villetta Wagner,Wednesday, August 26th 2015, 05:59:50 AM. The idea here is to mix and match contrasting pieces but still give them a common thread that links every single one of them. This common quality could come in the shape of a neutral backdrop, a few bold colors that are repeated throughout the room or geometric symmetry created by the placement of the decor. In small living rooms, make sure you pick a few fundamental elements and repeat them to give the room a more pleasing ambiance.
Villetta Wagner,Sunday, August 23rd 2015, 06:48:58 AM. 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.
Bel Langlais,Wednesday, August 19th 2015, 07:47:08 AM. An eclectic living room can still have a distinct air of modernity or an undeniably Victorian flair borrowed from an era lost in time. Even though the room is a carefully constructed blend of three or four styles, let one of them shine out and dominate the setting. It is often the backdrop, the style of decor and their silhouette that define the design style that is the loudest among the lot. A refined, neutral backdrop with furniture that has clean, straight lines shouts out modern or contemporary, while flowing curves, bold colors and intricate patterns take you to vintage and classic themes.
Celestiel Tardy,Tuesday, August 18th 2015, 21:31:22 PM. A truly iconic piece of furniture or a midcentury masterpiece is an investment worth making as it will last you a lifetime. In fact, it is an acquisition that will serve the family across generations at times! The shaker–style kitchen cabinetry is one such addition that never goes out of style and always works well with almost any theme that you have going. Shaker–inspired cabinets can fit in with styles ranging from the rustic to the minimal and it is often the finish and the accessories around that them their final look. Simple, functional and beautiful, they also add textural brilliance to the kitchen.
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