Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:34:13 PM
With this white marble fireplace and platform, not much is needed. So, why not lean a wall of fish art. If you are working with a wall that you don’t want to anchor art to, try giving it a lean. A contemporary nuetral dining room was completed with a rhino to fill an entire wall. Black and white art, with something meaningful to you, adds interest to the room without a lot of color if you are going for a monochromatic look.
Fancy creating your very own French-style bolthole right outside your back door? Or perhaps you would rather transform your plot with the quintessential cottage-garden look. Many of us crave a garden retreat that we can escape to when life gets tough. So whether you’re totally green fingered or a city slicker, we’ve got your outside space covered. Don’t forget to add all-important charm with quirky touches – hunt out garden signs, unusual pots or a statue. Even if you only have a small garden, you can still create a mini garden retreat. Brighten a quiet corner with a fresh lick of paint, cheery doormats and displays of spring bulbs. Display an array of kitsch and quirky accessories, such as this birdhouse for a scheme that wouldn’t look out of place in a country garden.
This Image The décor scheme of any room can be pulled together enormously be a single piece of striking wall art, and we can find shining examples of this theory in this collection of interior shots, that feature large and colorful works of modern art by Mark Lawrence of Alpharetta Georgia.
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