Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 14:36:49 PM by Tiberia Arianna. Living Room. It can actually be extremely beneficial to vary texture even when using natural woods and more traditional styles in your interior decor. Many can worry about matching too many natural materials and patterns making a space look old-fashioned and uncoordinated.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 14:35:23 PM by Calandra Fotini. Living Room. Lighting is vital in any room and the living room is no exception. To match your contemporary design style you need to look at light fixtures in terms of both style and type. The majority of living rooms can work with a table lamp combined with recessed lighting. When you will be incorporating a contemporary style take a look at a chrome ceiling fixture with recessed lighting but steer clear of anything which is scrolly or fancy.
Published at Saturday, November 04th 2017, 14:36:25 PM by Roderika Amalie. Living Room. Less is more. The most important rule to remember when decorating any room is don't clutter. Less really is more. Choose simple pieces and keep the extras to a minimal. What decorations you do use don't over do it but rather select a few quality items.
Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:53:56 AM by Tiberia Arianna. Living Room. The sizes that are used for the living room are 4X6 feet and 6X9 feet. Larger living rooms should have more than one piece on the flooring. You can also use smaller ones to place by the fireplace preferably in front. In order to promote unity and harmony to the living room use similar colors and styles.
Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:53:51 AM by Roderika Amalie. Living Room. An important decorating area that you must work on when decorating your room are your walls. You can make even the plainest walls look nice by incorporating great wall art and decorative accessories. Try adding simple plain artwork tribal masks or abstract art to your living room walls to highlight the modern feel of your contemporary theme.
Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:53:43 AM by Darcey Muirgel. Living Room. Firstly you need to choose the colour palette you want to work with. Calming colours are always a good choice such as pastels and neutrals. Choosing these colours will also make it easy to match furniture and other elements together in the room. Remember simple is always best.
Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:43:24 AM by Calandra Fotini. Living Room. What's on your floor can add to the decorating style but if you can not afford new floors in your living room then you can mask your current floors with small rugs with a contemporary design - either a geometric print or a plain sisal rug. If you are lucky enough to be able to afford new floors check out bamboo floors or slate or clay tile. Sleek lined furniture with chrome accents goes nicely with this look and you might try shopping at consignment stores if you are short on cash.
Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:43:16 AM by Yulia Yevgeniya. Kitchen. If you're limited on space and storage in your L‐shaped kitchen adding a pot rack frees up space in a base cabinet. In its grandest expression the L‐shaped kitchen has a large island main sink on one wall range on the other and prep sink in the island. This creates at least two overlapping work triangles allowing for multiple cooks to work at the same time. Guest seating at the island creates a "kitchen as theater" feel. Even in some smaller spaces you can fit a L‐shaped kitchen small island and prep sink. No seating at this island but I'm sure having that extra sink more than makes up for it in the cook's eyes!
Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:43:10 AM by Tiberia Arianna. Kitchen. Recycled Paper‐Based Kitchen Counters. Recycled paper sounds like the worst possible material for a kitchen countertop but this ecofriendly choice has surprising durability. When blended with resins and pigments it has the look and feel of soapstone – but at $40 to $80 per square foot installed it's a fraction of the cost.
Published at Tuesday, October 03rd 2017, 03:43:04 AM by Roderika Amalie. Kitchen. Organize inside. It may sound like a no‐brainer but often what makes a kitchen big or small organized is how we arrange the insides of our cupboards. Shelf and drawer dividers hooks racks and other storage devices are key to keeping order. Consider what works for you and go custom if you can. Are you a Mason jar and Tupperware kind of person? Do you prefer mugs on hooks shelves or in drawers? Storage is often about personal preference. Here the slim slots for chopping boards and placemats are a brilliant idea as is the slim pullout spice rack.