Posts from — November 2010
I found these leather sofa and other living room furniture photos on modnest, they are designed by upcountry, handsome work, exquisite design! “Handcrafted with meticulous attention to detail, this collection strikes the perfect balance between classic sophistication and rock & roll. Many man hours are invested into each piece making them a solid investment for your home.”
November 24, 2010 No Comments
Above photos via: thirteen and south
Country style dining room without colors, simple beautiful design for Thanksgiving Day and Christmas. [Read more →]
November 23, 2010 No Comments
Tuscany style is one of simplicity and nature and is a great home decorating idea. Tuscany decorating comes fromthe Tuscany Valley in Italy and is meant to bring the outdoors in. Tuscany style is unique as well as beautiful and cosy.
All those who visit Tuscany and fall in love with its wonderful hills and typical stone-wall farm houses also wish to bring home the very same Tuscan decor and create in their place the very same unique Tuscan country style.
Textures are a big part of the Tuscany theme. It involves the use of stone and primative tile for the flooring but wood orlaminate floors can also be added to the mix. Textured plaster for the walls in a warm color is also another importantingredient in the big picture and here is where you can really be creative and add your personal stamp on a room. If you likebeams, you can add them to a tuscany styled room. They conjure up a warm, cozy and rustic feel.Mosaicing a floor is another way to add charm to a Tuscany theme.
Tuscan artisans developed a great ability to transform natural elements into wonderful decorative objects that can be admired everywhere in Tuscany. An example are the marble floors, the terracotta (earthenware) roof tiles, the stone columns and the wrought-iron gates.
The beauty of the majority of these creations is based on their simplicity. The real Tuscan style is a combination of natural stones, wood and colors. This decor style expresses inner peace, comfort and warmth, so that you and your guests can feel comfortably at ease.
Tuscany home decor alsoutilizes wooden furniture. It needs to look aged and you can accomplish this different colored stains. Although buying antique furniture would really do the trick.Tuscany decorating is based on a cultural heritage. Adding accessories can bring out the Tuscany Italian heritage.Accessories that are homemade are common for this home decorating idea. more: Tuscany Style Home Decorating Guide.
November 22, 2010 No Comments
Homeowners are looking for the easiest and finest ways to bring the air of Tuscany into their abode– using the highest quality products, and saving money at the same time.
Luckily for us all, Tuscany has influenced it’s visitors all over the world. With that said, I have devised a simple to follow guide that can assist you with bringing Tuscany right into your home with a helpful design guide that works.
The Ultimate Tuscan Home Decorating Guide is a tool that compiles a no-nonsense, decorating ideas formula, for creating a fresh Tuscan feel to any room. And yes, I will even show you how to design a Tuscan Home Theatre!
My Tuscan Decorating eBook is a step-by-step guide incorporating only the top Tuscan Decor products. No more searching to find the perfect authentic Tuscan accessories.
Over the years, I have assisted so many people with their Tuscan decorating. Countless numbers of people have emailed me for advice. I have to admit, I’ve spent a heck of a lot of time trying to find the best colors, fabrics, flooring, counter tops, greenery, lighting… It truly was a lot of fun creating this book… I’ve seen it and done it all.
How can The Ultimate TUSCAN HOME Decorating Guide help with your decorating project?
Learn Tuscan Design color theory. Color is so important in Tuscan Design. Loads of tips providing the easiest ways to choose your Tuscan design color palette. With the examples I provide to make your options easier, you will be able to balance the proper shades and tones for each individual space. Tuscan color can be “off” if you don’t select the colors with Tuscany in mind. I will help you color select with ease.
Find out the most cost effective ways to design a Tuscan space. When I receive emails asking where to find particular products, I usually refer them to the places that I go for authentic Tuscan decor. I’m going to show how to find the top notch Tuscan Products, easily. From accessories, to kitchen sinks, to bathroom tile, to chandeliers.
Tons of Beautiful Tuscan Decor ideas and plans. With inspiration from the coastal villages of Tuscany, your home will be transformed into an inviting space. The idea is to have rich tapestry of Tuscany culture unfold right in your home.
The Tuscan Home Decorating Guide focuses in on each room.Here are some examples:
Tuscan Kitchen design: Color selection, flooring, lighting, cabinets, counter tops, window treatments, sinks, fixtures and faucets, hardware, accessories and art work.
Tuscan Bathroom design: Color selection, flooring, lighting, cabinetry, vanity, window treatments, accessories, sinks, fixtures and faucets, hardware, art work.
Tuscan Bedroom: Lighting, color selection, flooring, furniture, wall decor, window treatments, bedding/ fabrics.
The Ultimate Tuscan Home Decorating Guide
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November 21, 2010 1 Comment
Woodworking4Home is intensely pleasurable and the enjoyment you get from your final product can’t be explained. This is also a terrific way to make serious money by selling projects that you make once you’ve made everything you and your other half wants that is. More folk are looking to wood working as a pastime and to earn income in these hard cost-effective times. Click here for more details.
Woodworking4Home packages come with thousands of projects including diagrams, drawings and instructions. At least when you are looking at a plan and set of instructions you can analyze the steps before attempting to proceed with the actual work.
Woodworking could be a cool pastime or perhaps a full-filling career. When you’re first starting as a beginner woodworker you could have a large amount of questions on what to do and what not to do. Some amateurs might take on too much too shortly or spend a lot on costly woodworking tools and machines that they may not need-so ensure you do your analysis. Even some basic methods are extremely puzzling or straightforward to do wrongly when you’re first starting. So be sure you get the right coaching to start the best way. Many fine woodworkers learned their talents by just jumping in and attempting to build something.
Some great newb woodworking projects are benches, plant holders, birdhouses and feeders, and plenty of other fun items to get you started. Till you suspect you are ready to advance to more complicated projects, don’t be disturbed about planning and sizing your own lumber. Till you are snug you can get lumber already prepared and cut in several different widths. Other turned pieces are also widely available pre-made, like table legs and chair shafts. Slowly ease into some of those more complicated projects over time by adding bigger levels of difficulty to each project.
When I built my first deck, almost 20 years ago, I thought I had it all figured out. 4 exhausting months later, I still wasn’t done – I thought I had every detail measured out, only to find that I’ve got it all WRONG. So I decided to find a better way.For the past 6 years, I’ve spent thousands of hours buying, reading and restructuring woodworking plans. Restructuring, because most plans on the market left me with questions – not answers! Their diagrams are confusing, unclear, or even wrong and they often skip important parts. No wonder woodworking seemed so hard!Yet all these issues were a blessing in disguise, because it made me create my own woodworking plans gallery: I named it “Woodworking4Home” – a clear, detailed, step-by-step system that didn’t leave anything to the imagination.
When I built my first deck, almost 20 years ago, I thought I had it all figured out. 4 exhausting months later, I still wasn’t done – I thought I had every detail measured out, only to find that I’ve got it all WRONG. So I decided to find a better way.
For the past 6 years, I’ve spent thousands of hours buying, reading and restructuring woodworking plans. Restructuring, because most plans on the market left me with questions – not answers! Their diagrams are confusing, unclear, or even wrong and they often skip important parts. No wonder woodworking seemed so hard!
Yet all these issues were a blessing in disguise, because it made me create my own woodworking plans gallery: I named it “Woodworking4Home” – a clear, detailed, step-by-step system that didn’t leave anything to the imagination. Click here for more details.
November 21, 2010 No Comments