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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Log Cabin Decorating

When choosing furniture for your space, look for pieces you would find in a mountain cabin. Things that are earthy and woodsy. Large upholstered sofas in fabrics of earth tones and roomy oversized chairs in worn-looking leather can bring a homey and cozy feel to your room. Coffee tables, end tables or kitchen tables that are made from the woods used in log cabin decor will fit right in. For bedrooms, you will create an inviting look and feel by using log beds with thick quilts and large colorful pillows. Add a log dresser and bed side tables with soft lighting and you’ll have a room that is relaxing and tranquil.

Lighting is a key element in creating ambiance in your home. With high ceilings, a large chandelier would be the perfect way to make a statement in either your living room or the entry way. To compliment your rustic look, incorporate some table lamps or floor lamps made from wood or metal. Wall sconces add perfect lighting for that comfortable cabin feel. Elk antlers and deer antlers are now very popular in decorative lighting and have a wonderful look.

There really aren’t many colors that don’t work with the log cabin look. Mix and match with hues of creamy yellows, woodsy greens and browns, burnt oranges, deep reds and rich purples. Fabrics with floral patterns, solid colors or tartans fit in perfectly. Bring these colors in with your window treatments, rugs, pillows, throw blankets and artwork. Window treatments such as curtains or sheers should be simple. Or put in some beautiful wood blinds. Rugs will add an abundance of texture and warmth to any room. Scatter around some natural fiber woven rugs or find an oriental rug in rich colors to anchor a room.

Log cabin decorating should not stop with the furniture. You should also take into account your walls. Artwork, wall hangings and mirrors all help tie a room together. And don’t forget about all the accessories that add a little character. Think fishing lures, fishing creels, old snow shoes, duck decoys – pretty much anything that reflects the character of a log cabin. Remember the antler lighting? Antlers can be incorporated in lots of different accessories or simply hang them on the wall for a truly natural decoration.

Get Cushion Scheme Right

  1. Number of cushions

When it comes to the number of cushions to be placed, one should always go with the thumb rule of ‘odd is key’. If you have a three seater you must place five comfortable cushions on it, to get the balance right. The only obvious exception being a single seater would only require only one cushion, anything more than that would mean crowding the space and would ultimately look ugly.

  1. Interspersing colours

The main thing about adding cushions to your living space is getting the colour scheme right. What’s essential here is how the colour of the home décor scheme blends with the colour of the cushions that I am adding to my couch or sofa. The thumb rule here being you must take the colour of the couch as the base colour and the hues of the cushions being a complimenting colour.

  1. Alternating hues

You may even go one step further in breaking the chain of the same colour cushions in a set. Though this requires a great sense of aesthetics to get it right, what you can do is have different colours of cushions in the same set. The safest way is to have the colours of the same spectrum together. E.g. – You can have all colours of an aqua base together, teal, turquoise and sea green.

  1. Think out of the square

More often than not, what we tend to do is go with the traditional square shaped cushions. While this may be a great way to play it safe, it may take away a potential element of fun and aesthetics that would accentuate your space in a great way. Especially now when you can choose from an exquisite range of cushion covers online from the comfort of your home. It’s best to put your sense of style to test and experiment with the various shapes available in the market

  1. Simplicity is key

When all else fails, it’s best to go with what’s simple. Depending on the colour scheme of your décor you can choose from black and white or even have both together and you’re sure to never go wrong with it. While white will definitely add an element of elegance to your décor, black would add depth and intensity to the entire scheme.

Designing Home Office

Measuring your workspace is important if you are going to shop some office furniture. You should choose the right size for your office desk. If you choose a very small small desk it can be uncomfortable to work. Or choosing a very big desk will mean smaller space for everything else. Do you want a sit-down or a stand-up desk? A modern or a traditional desk? When you choose the perfect desk type and size you can determine where to put it.

Your home office has to have a comfortable and supportive office chair. So many people are choosing a style over the functionality of a chair. This is wrong because your back can suffer due to the longer sitting. It is important to invest more in a chair that best suits to your needs.

When it comes to painting your walls you don’t have to use a complicated colour palette. Improve your mood by picking your favourite colour and use a lighter and softer tint of it. Then hang a few personal photographs on the wall. Motivational quote or beautiful wallpaper can boost your creativity and productivity.

Natural lighting is essential in any room. Let as much natural daylight as possible. If you cannot reach for natural light – invest in a quality desk lamp. Good lightening depends on the orientation of your house and the window placement and size. To control the level of light when sunny days are here, you can use window coverings. Having fresh air coming in your office space is important if you want to clear your mind. Opening the window at least once a day is always a good idea. Also, having plants in your office will bring calming and peaceful feeling.

Create Stylish Home Interiors With Superb Wall

Taupe Brickstone Porcelain

Going modern or classic, Taupe Brickstone Porcelain accommodates both and how. Textures go deep and interest is high. Kitchen backsplashes on the farm and accent walls of modern living rooms, the brick looks will never fade, unlike paint. Practical solutions too that are easy enough to maintain.

Dimentions Porcelain Series

(Featuring Dimensions Series in Glacier, Graphite, and Gris Porcelain)
Some wet areas around the home like in kitchens and bathrooms cannot tolerate paint while the smooth backsplash tiles would fit in fine. The graphic patterns should be very appealing. Dimensions Glacier, Graphite, and Gris porcelain tiles create the modern look and feel that paint cannot possibly achieve. Though the tiles seem costly, they will outlast paint and bring value for money in the long run.

Mixana Kenzzi Porcelain

Tiles are full of happy surprises like the Kenzzi Collection, of which Mixana mosaic is a part. Decades of lively performance are ensured with little maintenance expenses or replacement. Available in 7×8 beige and greige hexagons, the wall expresses so much that is fresh and smart with this tile.These tiles are trendy and frequently used these days.

Brina Kenzzi Porcelain

If the preference is for black, gray and white, what you want is Brina Porcelain tile, from the Kenzzi collection. It feels elegant and adapted to your needs while paint cannot mean so much. This tile accents walls rather than merely blending in and makes powerful statements.