Published at Wednesday, July 19th 2017, 01:22:58 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
The obvious difference between the two shades allows you to highlight particular architectural elements and deco extras with ease. While other shade schemes come and go with changing seasons and interior design styles, black and white offers a safe alternative that stays pertinent even decades down the line.
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 18:43:08 PM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
The key to decorating with one colors on walls plus furniture is to use different shades of the same colour together, such as a soft apple green couch alongside emerald metal side tables. It is also a good inspiration to mix textures, for example integrating matt paint on walls with a sleek, glossy lamp base. Try plus work your colour design into all zones of your family room – such as your cove windows.
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 16:08:27 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
This room features divers colors across the broad duck egg colour spectrum, plus the natural blend of blues and greens makes for a fresh, foolproof colour palette. Perfect for clutter-lovers, duck egg’s soothing consequence will offset busyness if you like to have a lot of stuff on show.
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 14:28:29 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Get cute with cacti
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 14:07:57 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Old meets new
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 13:17:20 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
Woodburning stoves are a perfect option for those who are interesting for the traditional touch but without the mess. They have the performance and fuel efficiency to heat your residence effectively and are economical as heat is encaptulated so less escapes up the chimney.
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 12:52:15 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
When Amanda Gluck of The Fashionable Hostess informed us she was refreshing her outdoor living room, we couldn't wait to see it. Her fresh-air space was a stunning study in neutrals, so we had a impression she might be interested in adding just one thing: color. By speedily exchanging out a few pieces, she was able to create a whole new look and feel."It is bright also preferable than I could have ever visualized," she says. "Everybody should take a space they love and switch out a few accessories. It makes a huge impact."
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 12:48:18 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
When you relocate your old furniture to a new house, it doesn’t always look at home. That’s what happened to Carter Sieck when she and her two kids moved from an 1800s Victorian to a 1950s Colonial in Baltimore, MD. “Most of our stuff had an old-fashioned look, which fit our previous home, and which I liked at the time,” says Carter. “But once it landed in this new space, it felt out of whack with the house — and my taste.” Overhauling the room seemed daunting, so Carter decided to live with her original stuff and paint the walls a buttery yellow, similar to the color in the old house, so her furniture would match.