Create a warming orange living room
By painting both the skirting and the walls in Tuscan Terracotta we give the room an increased feeling of height. By doing this the wall looks like it travels all the way to the floor, rather than being chopped off by a pale skirting.
Create a welcoming family hall way
Because life is for living we have used Roasted Red on the walls in Dulux Endurance Matt finish which is ten times tougher than conventional paint. This makes it easy to remove stubborn stains, perfect in a busy hallway like this. We’ve teamed that with Antique Satin on the tongue and Grove and painted the Table with Crazy Cream.
Create a light & airy space
Keep your look simple, crisp and understated like we have here by combining Pacific Breeze on the walls with Absolute White on the window frame and setting the room off beautifully is this ultra-modern chair.
Create a feminine pink bedroom
We have chosen two toning pinks for this exuberant yet feminine bedroom. Sexy Pink on the right creates a feature wall and is complemented beautifully with Sweet Pink on the back wall and Strawberries ‘n’ Cream on the window frames
Create a blue dressing room
For a very contemporary twist on a blue room, combine a soft blue such as First Dawn, with the cool grey quality of Illusion and Blue Chalk. Greys and blues look fabulous and work brilliantly in south facing rooms.
September 4, 2010 2 Comments
The cushion at the front is by Hettle and the striped cushion is from Adairs. They usually end up on the floor too.
Robert’s toy car is parked at the very entrance to his room. Whenever Robert spots the zebra sitting on the car he knocks him off. It didn’t last long after I took this photo.
There’s something so heartwarming about a baby’s nursery in the beginning. It’s been prepared with love and attention and is just waiting for…the baby. And then the baby arrives and grows and their needs change and so too does their room. (via: Ish and Chi)
When you are theme decorating a girls room, you should know that a good wall color is the best foundation you can have. From that one color alone, you can start choosing decorations that would fit. But since you are most likely going to start this whilst the kid is still a toddler then your [...]
1 Firstly, consider practical aspects to decorating kids’ bathrooms. It is important to create a space that is appealing to children, particularly if your little ones don’t like bathing, or are a little nervous of having their hair washed. Make your bathroom a fun and relaxing place for kids, and your bath-time worries will soon [...]
August 25, 2010 No Comments
Colorful, Romantic And Cute Home Decorating pictures collection.
Old sheets, linens, or clothing could be patch-worked together to create a shabby-chic shower curtain like the one above.
We don’t all have the space for a luxurious chaise in the bathroom, but even a chair can provide a little glamor.
Try and collect items within a color palette you decide on – or based on what you have the most of already, and the clutter won’t look so chaotic, but cute. For example, all the kitchen wares in the above pictures are pastels, and therefore, even when things aren’t put away, the chaos looks intentional.
Every room has its own background color, with korea interior style, modern style, it is the of Eastern and Western culture.
May 6, 2009 3 Comments
Do You want to make a Colorful home with ethnic designs? Here I share you a colourful house.
This house belongs to Lisa Whatmough. Lisa is the woman behind the London label Squint.
I like that pure cotton fabrics.
The neutral coloured walls and floors make Lisa’s beautiful furniture pieces really pop out. [Read more →]
December 22, 2008 No Comments