Showing posts from October, 2014
Decorating in Pairs Two of almost any home furnishings adds soothing symmetry and balance. It’s easy. Just add one home furnishing element, such as a throw pillow, picture or chair; then repeat. Interior design elements that lend themselves to pairing include: - Furniture, such as chairs, ottomans, end tables, even sofas - Throw pillows and decorative towels - Artwork hanging on walls or standing on tables - Mirrors, lamps and light fixtures Pairs add flexibility too. You can easily move them to change the function of a room for a party or other event. And if you buy new furniture, a pair of items is easier to re-arrange in the same room or settle harmoniously into another room. Even when you move, pairs of home elements are more flexible to fit into a new house and new decor. The pairing concept can be applied to colors too. Selecting a color palette for your home with two complementary colors is an effective decorating strategy. For example: - Brown and Ivory
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White Kitchens are all the rage. They are classic, beautiful and timeless. I love white kitchens with a pop of color, especially in a Roman Shade over a window. You can do all sorts of fabrics and patterns, make it fun and add a pop of whatever color you want. Here are some examples of a fun Roman Shade to add some fun and color to a white kitchen. Photo credit: http://www.bhg.com/kitchen/color-schemes/neutrals/white-kitchens-we-love/#page=2 Photo credit: http://7thhouseontheleft.com/2012/06/reader-reno/#.VEVIPSLF8uc c Photo credit: http://www.decorpad.com/photo.htm;jsessionid=1FFAF2F0794D6F01D055D6D7101BE68B?photoId=108734&index=3 Photo credit: http://www.elizabethbauerdesign.com/
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