Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:17:35 PM
We don’t often see flocked Christmas trees any longer, but when we do we fall instantly in love all over again. This vase of colorful bulbs shows a clever way to repurpose old Christmas decorations.Sometimes it’s best to let Mother Nature speak for herself. These lovely little potted pines are as decorative as they are eco-friendly.
We love the hit of vibrancy created by the matching indigo art and scatter cushions in this example, the pop is very unexpected in a stark white room. A green accent piece breathes fresh life into a predominantly brown room, borrowing its beauty from natures own color scheme. Similarly, cohabits well with brown, evoking an autumnal atmosphere. Pink artwork will have a warming effect on your home décor, and is perfect for softening the cold hard lines of ultra contemporary pieces.
This Image Wallpaper can be a striking addition, but be careful to choose a design that isnt too overwhelming if your hall is narrow or you have a low ceiling. The staircase is often the focal point of a hallway, so be sure to create a real showstopper. Tailor the finish to suit your style concrete will create a modern, urban vibe while also being very hardwearing and cold rolled steel is another option that would give the space an industrial edge. If colour is your thing, a bold and graphic stair runner will liven up your stairs while protecting them from the wear and tear of daily traffic. Be bold in your choice of pattern as a runner will not overwhelm the space and is a great way of creating impact.
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