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.
Blondelle Georges,Saturday, June 27th 2015, 21:34:54 PM. The idea of the kitchen being the heart and soul of the house has been taken a step further in 2014 with the popularity of the social kitchen. Turning the traditional kitchen into a family–friendly hub that promotes interaction and creates a fun hangout, the concept blurs the boundaries between the kitchen and the areas around it. Adding an extended breakfast nook in the kitchen, a small banquet in that lonely forgotten kitchen corner or even a cozy tufted bench next to the window is a great start in getting this accomplished. The idea is to ensure that every member of your family feels comfortable hanging out in the kitchen. One can even add a small workstation or kids’ play area next to the kitchen so that no one is left out. The shape and the ultimate design of a true social kitchen depend on the specific needs of your family. So get creative and make the best use of available space to turn the kitchen into a hip and happening spot in 2015!
Villetta Wagner,Friday, June 26th 2015, 20:18:09 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.
Bel Langlais,Wednesday, June 24th 2015, 17:35:09 PM. While we do not believe that trends should always dictate the overall look of your kitchen, you can choose to use them sporadically to get the best out of both long term and short term designing goals. This is especially true for those looking to give their kitchen an entirely new direction without committing to it for decades to come. So, as you browse through these hip kitchen trends, you might well find that last little missing piece that will complete your dream kitchen.
Celestiel Tardy,Tuesday, June 23rd 2015, 16:07:04 PM. While the concept may sound a little juvenile, a night sky ceiling can actually provide a great touch to your teen’s room. Paint the entire space dark blue and adhere tiny shining stars. You could also create the same effect with a few strands of twinkle lights behind a sheet canopy. Let your teen cover their wall in memorable quotes, lyrics to favorite songs and other non–permanent graffiti. Easily turn any space of wall into a chalkboard with a can of chalkboard paint.
Darcey Chene,Friday, June 19th 2015, 16:29:25 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.
Desarae Salomon,Wednesday, June 17th 2015, 08:24:05 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.
Blondelle Georges,Tuesday, June 16th 2015, 16:45:03 PM. A striking pendant light takes the dining room to another level. It can also help clarify the design style you’re going for. Geo pendants are a popular choice for modern dining spaces. A brass pendant with retro style can create a sense of elegance and drama, especially when the walls of the dining room are painted a deep, rich color. or a tropical touch, opt for a pendant light made from natural materials. This Kenaf Pendant Lamp from Anthropologie steals the show with its earthy look. Throw in an abundance of plants, and you have a breezy space where it’s summer year round!
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