Interior Design Photo Courtesy: Empire Communities, Toronto, Canada On the face of it, interior design appears incredibly simple. Unfortunately, however, it’s actually a lot more complicated than it seems. And though it’s certainly possible to decorate your home yourself, if you want to make the most of what you’ve got, some professional assistance is very […]
Clean, simple, decadent – your bathroom should be a relaxing space, with some added luxurious design elements. A huge part of the design and decor will rely on the shape and size of your room; as well as your own bathroom preferences.
Changing the look of your bedroom can really enhance your nights’ sleep, and make you feel happier in general. Snuggle up in the most comfortable bed, and wake up in a calming and relaxing interior space after you makeover your own favorite room.
Finding inspiration for decorating every room in your home should be simple. When you are deciding on decorating any room, you need to think practically as well as creatively. What do you really use the space for? What would you love the room to look like?
Choosing the furnishings for every room in your country home is, perhaps, the highlight of your home decorating process. Rather than hard physical labor, you must use all your mental energy to decide what sofas to have, or where the new rug should go.
Furnishing one’s own home is the icing on the cake; it’s the personality and the pizzazz that you give to your space that makes it yours and keeps it looking unique. A classic country cottage has particular furnishings which keep it looking in character.
Eco-friendly furniture can be found in all sorts of places – you can seek out the latest sleek Eco-gadgets to deliver long term affordability to your home’s energy needs, or look for pre-loved furnishings in garage sales or auctions that will give your home a lived-and-loved personality, full of stories and character, as well as being fabulously green.
Create the perfect country look through the delicate draping of lace blinds and floral curtains at the window, or build a classic French character by carefully placing chic striped blinds and painted wooden shutters. Whatever you choose, remember to give your choice of window furnishings time, thought, and energy.
Be inspired by vintage looks and antique furnishings for your home. Search for rare, genuine, one-of-a-kind item that you wouldn’t be able to buy on the high street. But don’t pay for bad quality; always check that the item is in good condition unless you intend to repair it.
In country homes from days gone by, there used to be a mixture of chair designs around the dining table that was handed down by family or locally crafted gifts. And in the living spaces, snug handmade and upholstered armchairs nestled around the fire. Recreate this elegant and homey look with vintage and antique finds.