Betty Pickett. Living Room. February 12th , 2018.
Other. You can marble any room of the house. When you are done with the kitchen and bathroom, move to the living room, dining room, den, and bedrooms. You can add marble accents to shelf mantels, marble to top of a piece of furniture, marble to bottom 3 foot section of walls all the way around a room, or even marble whole office desk unit as pictured below. If you want to get real creative, I have seen 2 extremely unique and beautiful headboards that were marbled in the master bedroom.
Choose lamps carefully. Stick to simple, classic shapes and be creative with shades. They come in beautiful colors and styles. Don't under light. Visit the nearest large craft store. You can find small accent pieces of furniture and shelving there as well as picture frames and other decorative elements which would be much more costly in a design or home store. Think outside the normal boundaries and discover new uses for all kinds of products such as scarves, throws, pillows. You can have a convenient and beautiful home at a reasonable price and if you move on, pack everything up and reuse it in a new way in your new home.
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.
Tip: Use ribbons instead of tinsels - it's safer for the kids in the household and it's less clean-up. Marble is a rich classical stone with depth that brings beauty to any room in the house. We wanted to present to you some really cool already completed decorative marble applications in an effort to help you brainstorm your own ideas for marble installations in your home.
Alternatively, broad stripes painted in a subtle variation of the leading wall color would have the same optical result, but without the change of texture. Effective neutral color combinations for the living room should maintain the decorative flow. For example, use shades of soft brown and beige together, with darker shades of the same colors emphasis. Alternatively, define the contrast between the ultimate, absolute neutrals of black and white, for drama. Mix the textured tones found in tobacco, ecru, and oatmeal matte surfaces and materials to promote a sense of harmony.
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