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We all have that one piece of furniture we love. Whether it's a blue sofa or loveseat, a red leather chair or a knotty pine wood bookcase that has seen better days, it will forever be a part of your home. If you have one special piece of furniture that you must coordinate into the rest of your decor, do it with style by coordinating colors. Blending a blue sofa into an existing living room, den or recreation area is simple. By adding colorful accents such as pillows, rugs and window treatments, you can easily integrate your favorite blue sofa into your design scheme. Look below to learn how to decorate with a blue sofa.
The warm, inviting feeling of country home decor makes it an enduring design trend. Some people favor the more rustic side of country decor, integrating wooden furniture with distressed surfaces and flea market finds. Others tend toward the country cottage look of cheery primary colors set against white accents. The French country look has a more subdued effect, combining faded cornflower blue, sage green, mustard or antique white with black accents. Whatever style of country home decor you prefer, take a look at the following tips for some inspiring decor ideas.
The quickest way to increase the style quotient in your bedroom is to invest in stylish bedding. No matter your design preferences, you can find bedding that will work for your taste. Try integrating a few new pieces in your existing linens when you want a whole new look without spending a lot of money. Take a look below to learn some tips on making bedding stylish.
Whether you want a luxury bedroom or something with a Japanese-inspired, unadorned wabi-sabi simplicity, a neutral backdrop or something popping with color and style, your bedding can set the tone in a contemporary bedroom. Many people just throw the sheets and blankets on the bed and call it a day, but to create a stylish and distinctly modern focal point in the room, contemporary bedding is essential. This article will give you some handy tips on contemporary bedding.
The principle of 60-30-10 is rooted in interior design theory. This concept designates a percentage to each color in a room to make your home visually appealing. According to this theory, 60 percent of any room should be decorated with the dominant color, 30 percent with a secondary color and 10 percent with an accent color. Following the 60-30-10 rule not only makes your room look better; it makes it easier to decorate because you know what to look for. To find out how to select the right area rug for your home using this method, keep reading.
Leather furniture can add a touch of class and sophistication to any room in your house. Rich and opulent, leather is complemented by myriad fabrics. Leather furniture lends a library vibe to a den or office and a warm feel to a living room or bedroom. One simple leather furniture piece, such as a sofa, love seat or armchair, opens up a wide range of decorating styles and options.
Ottomans serve multiple purposes in home decor. Some people use them as footstools, pairing them with armchairs, loveseats or couches. Others invest in storage ottomans with removable tops or trays beneath. In some homes, ottomans may serve as coffee tables, cocktail tables or end tables. Accessorize your ottoman to increase its functionality as well as its style. Below, you'll learn how to accessorize an ottoman.
When first hearing the words "bachelor pad," a room overflowing with sports posters, mismatched furniture and milk crates may come to mind. However, the modern man has begun taking interest in interior design and decorating. Creating a well-designed bachelor's apartment is easily accomplished despite a small budget and even smaller living quarters. Make your pad a comfortable, hip place to hang out by yourself and with friends by learning how to decorate a bachelor's apartment below.
Are you tired of going to sleep in the same boring bedroom every night? Or maybe you'd like to decorate your guest room? In this article, you'll learn how to decorate a bedroom without having to spend a lot of money. Whether you're decorating a bedroom for the first time or redecorating a pre-existing room, take a look at these steps that will both save you money and get your room looking fresh again.
Normally restrained decorators tend to let loose when decorating toddler bedrooms. After all, the color and pattern palette of kids' furniture and bedroom decor tends to be far more diverse than those for adult bedrooms. You can begin with a few large pieces of kids' furniture, such as a toddler bed, kid dresser and storage shelving. Add a theme or a palette and work from there or just add some simple textiles and wall art for a few decorative accents.