Living Room. Monday , February 12th , 2018 - 03:44:36 AM
In its consumer guide, they suggests that before you set out to buy any piece of furniture, you should first determine what best fits for your needs. Every piece of furniture has distinguishing features, which say whether it is a good buy for you or not. When furnishing your living room, for example, a well-made sofa that catches your eye in the furniture store may be ideal if you use your living room mostly for receiving guests. But a sofa acquired for that purpose in mind will be a bad idea if your living room doubles as family room.
Flooring too is an important aspect of the living rooms. If you are thinking of white flooring tiles or marble flooring, good; because the room will look bigger than it actually is. Even if the living room is big enough there is no harm in fixing these tiles as a bigger looking room is welcome anyways. Try to keep the rooms clutter free as much as possible. Putting up picture frames which compliment the black and white theme of the living room is a good idea.
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.
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