Adrian Ruiz. Living Room. December 29th , 2017.
The old saying, \"You get what you pay for, \" doesn't always hold true. Sometimes you pay a lot for an item only to find that what you bought is substandard. Especially at the price you paid. You might then feel as though you were 'taken'. Other times the price of something may seem quite reasonable, even low, and you're amazed at how well the item performs or how long it lasts. This can be a pleasant experience knowing that there are still some good deals out there. But, as a rule, good quality just costs more. There's another saying... \"Good thing ain't cheap and cheap things ain't good.\" There may be a certain wisdom in these old adages.
If you are looking forward to sending out a message of finesse as well as power then this couldn't be done better without painting your room in black and white. These colors have been long since considered contemporary at any point in time, and have never gone out of fashion for decades. Always new and innovative, the black white living room is one of the perfect choices for any home. There is nothing more to think about once you have decided on these colors, and one thing is certain is that your rooms will flaunt chic, sophistication and an enhanced appearance that is going to impress anyone who visits your home.
* Texture: Texture is an often overlooked element, yet it is crucial when creating the style of your choice. Textured walls evoke a natural, native, earthy feel. Smooth walls are more elegant, traditional, and will reflect more light, creating a brighter room. Be careful, though, because if a floor is textured with tiles, stone, or wood flooring, it can make the room look small. With a large enough room, however, texturing your floor with tile, wood or stone is an excellent way to instantly create a \"look\". Choose the style and décor that feels right for you. Even if your budget doesn't allow you to renovate your entire house, choose a few important furniture pieces (couches, tables) that will set the tone for the whole room. Finally, accessorize along the lines of the decorative style you have chosen, and your look with be complete.
Bathrooms. The easiest room in the house to marble is the bathroom and yes you can go marble crazy. Again take care to consider cabinetry and accents. Consider marble flooring (be careful to consider traction issues of wet floors), marble countertops, marble trim around your mirrors, marble top tubs, etc. The bathroom was created for marble. If you are looking to do something a bit more sophisticated, the latest trend in marble bathrooms is to install marble vessel sinks (not pictured). These vessel sinks can completely replace a vanity or be installed on top of a vanity as opposed to your traditional sunken sinks.
For those of you on tighter budgets that still can't afford a full blown pure marble fireplace, you can still have your marble dreams via most hollow marble and mantels. These installations are cost effective and are easier and lighter to install. Bar Tops. More and more marble bar tops are being installed as the myths fly out the window regarding marble tops and staining. In a general sense, yes marble surfaces can stain, but with the advent of today's sealers yearly maintenance makes marble staining worries a thing of the past. Stay tuned for an upcoming article on that will include the marble sealer knowledge from the experts who will show you just how easy it is to maintain a stain free marble top.
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