Living Room. Friday , February 02nd , 2018 - 00:53:13 AM
Choosing furniture is very much like picking out the clothes you wear every day. You wear clothes not only to make you go in style and set you off as an individual but you also pay particular attention to quality and comfort. The same considerations must be taken up whenever you buy pieces of furniture for your home. Like your clothes, the furniture you buy for yourself must fit your taste and needs. They must also be stylish, comfortable to use, made of high quality and durable. It's a big bonus if such a piece of furniture comes cheap.
Armoires, are available in an enormous number of sizes styles and configurations. They can be used for combination storage-tv on top, table linens in the drawers, or clothing if the armoire is in the bedroom. Moving beyond furniture, screens either decorative or purchased from the home store, will hide work spaces and storage. Architectural elements such as columns or bricks can be used for display, as shelving and to hide 'uglies.' Plants, real or really good artificial plants, add interest and can be used to hide an awkward corner. If these are lit with some of the new halogen spots they make a really beautiful accent corner and brighten a room.
Step #1: Choose a Style. Here are some ideas of different styles you can use to decorate your whole house or just one room. * Cottage: This home furnishing style calls to mind a cozy cottage tucked away in the country or by the lake. Cottage style means white couches and chairs, or white wicker furniture with floral printed cushions. Pastel colors, soft lighting, and gauzy curtains create the cottage look, as do antique accessories and patchwork quilts. Complete the look with landscaping: nothing says country cottage like a stone walkway and a garden full of flowers and herbs.
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