Betty Pickett. Living Room. February 12th , 2018.
The same advice is worth considering in buying a bed. We choose a bed that looks and feels comfortable so we can have a good night's sleep on it. But experts recommends a bed that goes beyond function so you can sleep both in comfort and in style. Many beds are available in all styles, sizes and heights. You can go for a simple uncluttered look or a lavishly designed bed. Avant garde and style are the words to describe the luxury furniture in the platinum collection. For those who want the taste and feel of the old world and ancient royalty, there are the furniture in the Chatteau, Windsow Court, Vizcaya, Excelsior, Venetian II, Eden, Velagio, Trevi, Tuscano, Sovereign, Lavelle Truffle, Oppulente, Palais Royale, Monte Carlo II, Portrait Vue and Sedgewicke collections.
Storage is always a problem and furniture choices can overcome defects in apartment and house design. Lamp, cocktail and sofa tables can be used for other purposes than just to put at the end of your sofa. Tables with drawer or shelf space are great. Night chests can be used as livingroom tables; they usually have more available storage. File cabinets that are carved and decorated can be used for storage. Sofa tables can double as serving pieces for the dining area. A drop leaf or gate leg table used as a sofa table gives you dining table. Before buying a case piece, table or chest, try to think of how many ways you can use it. If you can't think of at least two ways to use a piece of furniture, consider carefully before you buy it
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.
3. Treats from Oriental Trading Company. Instead of sugar decay, how about inexpensive toys instead? Yo-yo's, little dolls, funny eraser heads, the catalog and online store has lots of variety to select. 4. Perhaps in conjunction with an Oriental Trading Company purchase, set up a \"duckie pond\" similar to a county fair booth. Decide on groups of inexpensive prizes and number them - group 1, group 2, and so on. Get several little plastic duckies. With a permanent marker, write numbers on the bottom of the duckies to correspond with your prize groups. Have several numbers of the most inexpensive group, and only 1 or 2 special prizes of more value. Fill some type of large container with water and set the duckies afloat. If you're handy with dry ice, this would be a perfect touch for a Halloween duckie pond. It can be just as fun to stay home and treat the little ones arriving at your door. By the way, will you greet them with treats...in a costume yourself?
The neutral living room is greatly enhanced by the clever use of variety in ornament and texture. It is likely that this room will contain more decorative object than any other, and neutral surroundings make a great backdrop for them. Ornamental details are very useful when a change of textural emphasis is needed, as they add interest to the scheme using a medium other than color. Place textured elements in juxtaposition to their natural neighbors for a tactile finish, such as the partnership of polished stone against sub linen, rough wood against devoure velvet, and wicker against muslin.
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