DECORATING & IDEAS

Rococo Living Room Furnishing

Rococo Living Room Furnishing

Rococo style peaked during 1700 and 1780 in western Europe and was found in art and music. The name Rococo means “rocaille” in French, which is appropriate as the Rococo’s ornate asymmetry was inspired by natural curves of trees, shells, clouds and flowers. Rococo style is influenced by the carefree living of the French aristocracy. At that time have created new forms of upholstered furniture: a sofa, in the form of several related chairs, as well as lounge chairs and deep soft.

Rococo is characterized by its elegant and frivolous elements in furniture. At that time, the women’s dresses were especially bulky, so considering this; the masters began to create furniture that would allow the fair sex to feel comfortable in them.

Creative Interior Decorating In The Springtime

Creative Interior Decorating In The Springtime

The summer is coming soon, and now is the perfect time to spring clean your home and shake off those winter blues once and for all with a bit of creative interior decorating.

Don’t let the word interior design put you off. Revamping your home doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming – small changes like new cushions or painting a wall can really brighten up your home, giving it a new lease of life ready for the spring.

We’re here to share some ideas and explain just how little effort it can take to change a rooms atmosphere and look. Here’s our room by room interior decorating guide to the possibilities:

Paint Your Home In Red!

Paint Your Home In Red!

Recognized as a stimulant, red color is inherently exciting and the amount of red is directly related to the level of energy perceived. Use red to grab attention and to get people to take action! Red draws attention and a keen use of red as an accent can immediately focus attention on a particular element. There are various shades of the color red: scarlet, crimson, vermillion, carmine, maroon, burgundy, ruby, rose, madder, rouge, brick, blood red, blush, fire engine red, cinnabar, russet, rust, Venetian red, flame, Indian red, tomato…

Red is the color of passion, but if you’re too passionate about the color you may be seeing red (literally) in your home. “Red can go everywhere from cheery and happy to angry and aggressive,” says designer Don Raney. “That’s what you’ve got to keep in mind when using red in a room. When is too much too much and when is it not enough.”

The Most Expensive House In The World

The Most Expensive House In The World

The home is something that cannot be separated from human life, because in addition to functioning as a place of refuge, the house also is a place where the men build a sense of shame in the family as well as build communication with other humans. Beyond that, the house could also indicate a person’s social status in the community. No wonder many people spend billions of money to build a house. The following is a list of the most expensive houses in the world:

Fleur de Lys ($ 125.000.000), the house was built by Suzanne and David Saperstein. The house (French for lily flower) has 3 bedrooms and the exterior is covered with whitewash of France while the interior in flush right with 24-karat gold. The house also has furniture items such as curtain patterns and Marie Antoinette’s favourite seat of Napoleon.