Published at Monday, September 18th 2017, 05:24:22 AM by Aubine fontaine. Decorating Ideas. Marble trays are one of the easiest and most versatile options you can indulge in. Trays can be set and used anywhere from the night stand or coffee table to the kitchen. They are sturdy and you won't run the risk of smudges or feel the need to dust them every three days as you might with glass or mirrored trays. No matter where you decide to set these trays they offer up a clean and cool look while also lending a hand in making everything on and around it look much more organized. By the time you're done with these, even the collection of remotes you've accumulated will look elegant.
Published at Saturday, October 07th 2017, 06:54:16 AM by Laurette Blondeau. Bathroom. Mid-century American bathrooms were in love with pattern and color. The 1940s saw suburbs filled with bubblegum-pink bathroom floors, mint-green countertops, and even tubs, toilets and sinks in vibrant colors. The bold bathroom trend lasted into the 1970s — and many older homes have the avocado tiles to prove it.
Published at Saturday, October 07th 2017, 06:51:17 AM by Belda Leclerc. Bedroom. A few inches of extra space can be vital in a small bedroom. Part ways with your footboard-style bed frame and replace it with a simple modern headboard to finish the look of your bed. Or, opt for a hollywood-style frame that supports the bottom of the bed and extends no further than the perimeter of the mattress. You can decorate the space above the bed with art, or add a headboard later.
Published at Friday, October 06th 2017, 13:32:45 PM by Aubine fontaine. Living Room. It's interesting to try new things. Sometimes traditional ideas about living room decor aren't the best solution for a small space. Instead of using blinds for window treatments, use long, flowing drapes because they draw attention to vertical space, thus expanding the area of the room. Your living room, regardless of size, should be able to function as a space for relaxation and entertaining. Here are some of our favorite ways to make it feel more spacious.
Published at Friday, October 06th 2017, 13:29:01 PM by Laurette Blondeau. Decorating Ideas. While many people are under the impression this type of design is too ornate to fit with today's tastes, we think that could not be further from the truth. French country design showcases elegant simplicity at its finest — and, if given a chance, could become the next twist on rustic.
Published at Friday, October 06th 2017, 13:25:49 PM by Belda Leclerc. Bedroom. If you've been searching for a way to try out some 2017 style trends without investing a huge amount of time or money, look no further than your bedroom. Fashion and bedding are comparable and affordable ways to look current without making a huge commitment — especially when you consider that the alternative might mean springing for a full makeover. That said, knowing what the trends are is just one piece of the puzzle. In order to incorporate them into your home while respecting your existing décor, you need to know how, when and where to use these trends at their best.
Published at Thursday, October 05th 2017, 07:56:42 AM by Aubine fontaine. Decorating Ideas. Each year, the site releases its top trends for the year, across a variety of categories. The list below highlights some of the most popular 2017 home design trends. Read on to find out what these chart-topping aesthetics are, as well as how to include them in your home. By using our tips, you can create a look that's capable of going viral.
Published at Thursday, October 05th 2017, 07:52:34 AM by Laurette Blondeau. Bathroom. If you're considering upgrading your shower, the decision not only will breathe new life into your bathroom but also will be a wise investment. According to Remodeling Magazine's Cost vs. Value report, the average cost of a bathroom remodel is $16,000, with an average return on investment of 72.5 percent. Focusing on a shower when upgrading your bathroom is vital most adults 45 or older prefer a shower to a bathtub. According to a survey by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, the top universal design feature consumers want in their homes is a barrier-free shower — essentially one that is easy to access without having to climb in and out.