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Home Decorations Wallpaper is used quite often on interior walls in home decorating. There are plenty of different styles to choose, they are beautiful and simple to use. When you don’t like the color or texture which on your walls, you can change it easily by yourself.
March 9, 2008 No Comments
Love the plant, who can tell me what’s the name of it?
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Kitchen & items hanging…
Dining space and bookcase.
Love the wood cupboards and plants on the open shelving.
Small living room, so stylish.
Butterflies on the wall.
Dining space, love the metal and wood retro table.
White and glass cupboard.
Pretty Berlin homes, simple, modern and stylish designs for small apartments. All photos via herzundblu and got information from decor8blog.com.
March 26, 2015 No Comments
Elegant all black cabinets for Entrance.
Beautiful modern classic wood furniture for dining space.
Traditional work space design
White kitchen cabinets in modern traditional style and wood color furniture for living room.
Bathroom, lovely stool.
Kitchen island and tall stools.
Bedroom with beautiful white-ball pendant light.
Gallery design, love the vintage cabinet and chairs.
Beautiful modern classic home designed by OSR Design located in Adelaide, Australia. Photography by James Knowler.
December 8, 2014 No Comments
Sexy, Cute and beauty! Based out of the UK, Dupenny has been cooking up some sexy treats for the home. Be bold and dare to hang their promiscuous line of wallpaper featuring sultry ladies of the 20th Century. From roaring 20’s flappers to 50’s housewives and burlesque babes, they’ve got you covered. Maybe the ladis are too taboo for you? Don’t worry, they also offer tamer, yet equally dramatic, garden & tile patterns in their signature black & white palette. While you’re poking around their shop. I found these cute photos on modnest, and another post Leather Sofa and Other Handcrafted Designs also from her.
November 26, 2010 No Comments
Paint is the least expensive way to change the look of a room, whether you want to modernize your living room or make your bedroom more serene. A fresh paint job enlivens a ho-hum interior, but picking the right color (or combination of colors) and figuring out where best to put it and how much to use can prove perplexing.
Dining Room Refresh
A palette of bold colors and do-it-yourself paint projects give this dining room a fresh look. We choose two shades of blue for the table and chairs and created a two-tone effect to add interest to the furniture. Separate the painted and non-painted portions of the chairs and table with painter’s tape. Semi-gloss paint works best on furniture because of it’s easy-to-clean finish, so apply several coats.
Color a Table
Unfinished wood is the perfect canvas for paint. Sand the surface lightly, remove the sanding dust with a tack cloth, and then spray the piece with one thin coat of primer and several thin coats of paint, allowing each coat to dry before adding the next. Protect the painted surface with two coats of polyurethane.
Craft a Place Setting
Chair backs coated with chalkboard paint provide erasable name “cards” for a dinner party. To take the theme even further, use the paint on a tray to create a menu board.
Update the Furniture
If the wood surface is already painted or varnished, remove dirt or wax buildup with a household cleaner and rinse. Sand rough areas and wipe away dust with a tack cloth. Apply two coats of stain-blocking primer and allow it to dry between coats. Roll or brush on two coats of latex paint in the direction of the wood grain. Use a brush to finish the surface with smooth strokes.
A New Life for Metal
Clean the surface with a stiff wire brush to remove flaking paint or rust. Wipe with a damp cloth and let it dry. Prime with metal primer and let dry, or use a paint specially formulated with rust inhibitors. Apply several thin coats of paint. If using spray paint, hold the can about 10 – 12 inches from the surface as you spray. Shake the can during the application to keep the color mixed. Spray lightly to avoid paint runs. [Read more →]
September 9, 2010 1 Comment
Deep Red Drinks Room
The ultimate red room. The walls and doors in the “drinks room” are upholstered in a deep red Brunschwig & Fils silk stripe. Leopard carpet from Stark.
photo credit: Eric Piasecki
Chocolate and Red Bedroom
A 19th-century Italian headboard, upholstered in Osborne & Little’s Tamara, is the centerpiece of this bedroom highlighted with chocolate, red, and a soft pink. Very romantic.
photo credit: James Carriere
Splash of Red and White
Delightfully busy and engaging Jardin Chinois Red wallpaper from Waterhouse Wall-hangings masks the flaws of an awkwardly shaped powder room. The window shade is Cire red linen by Lee Jofa with Clarence House Greek Key tape. The perfect example of a bold use of red and white.
photo credit: Simon Upton
Red and White Bedroom
This red and white child’s bedroom is perfect for winter. The sophisticated red print is from Pierre Frey. A clever touch is Lee Jofa striped wallpaper — hung horizontally. Swing-arm lamps are from Phoenix Day. [Read more →]
July 28, 2010 2 Comments