Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:41:56 PM
Be ruthless with clutter. If you know exactly what you want to store in your craft room, or you simply want to have everything hidden away and out of sight, then consider installing fitted units. To keep the offce from looking untidy stash things in boxes or behind cupboard doors for a streamlined finish. For a classic scheme that won’t date, you can’t beat the natural good looks of wood. Alternatively, look in salvage yards for discarded standalone pieces. Don’t be discouraged when sourcing salvaged wood – even when damaged, wood can often be restored to its former glory, so you can make the most of auction room acquisitions or junk-shop finds. You may even find an artist’s preloved easel!
Unusually, against the jet black paintwork, a utility pipe has been picked out in white paint- making it stand out rather than blend into the background. This small detail actually gives the room added interest, appearing almost as a border or a deliberate stripe that marks out the path to the cooking zone from the entryway. A chest coffee table provides extra storage in the home-a great place to stash stacks of magazines and untidy throws if you should receive an impromptu knock at the door from visitors.
This Image This home doesn’t base its interior around the artwork, but instead remains relatively neutral – a sort of blank canvas that accommodates any style the residents want to achieve. The single yellow pillow ties back into the overall theme. Photographic prints lend themselves well to this eclectic living room interior. A monochromatic art collection is less complicated to work with, easily adaptable to any style.
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