Easter Theme For Your Home Decor

Easter Theme For Your Home Decor – Easter parties are supposed to follow an Easter theme but surprisingly, eggs, chickens and bunnies don’t cover it for most people. Many can’t make the More »

Using Repurposed Items: Creative Ideas

Using Repurposed Items: Creative Ideas – Purging as you go is the most efficient way to get organized. Not sure about whether to keep or get rid of something? Put it in a More »

How to make the most of storage in a small bedroom

Unlike the images we see on Pinterest, the majority of us don’t get to live in houses with ginormous kitchens, gargantuan bathrooms and huge bedrooms. In fact, our bedrooms are on the More »

Decorate Your Home With Greenery

Decorate Your Home With Greenery – The Pantone color of 2017 is the greenery, which is really refreshing and revitalizing. Speaking of greenery, the first thing that comes to my mind would be the More »

Passive Homes Design

Passive homes are beginning to really make their mark within the real estate industry today and more and more people are beginning to see the long-term benefits of building new homes from More »

 

Wooden Home Décor

Wooden Home Décor

Wooden home décor can provide a classical accent for home decoration or the theme for an entire room. Accent pieces or full wood floors tend to never go out of fashion. While a home may be modernistic and cutting edge in style; wood accents or wooden home décor main themes can remain the same while tastes and styles may change.

When considering how highly wood is valued think of the older style homes with wood parquet floors, these are accents which owners go to great lengths to restore and keep up, no matter what their taste in décor because they are timeless and unique. However not every home is fortunate enough to have genuine wood floors. Fortunately everyone can find accents which can complement the home theme and sense of style.

 

 

The Timeless Charm Of French Furniture

The Timeless Charm Of French Furniture

French furniture is opulent, charming, graceful, beautiful, sumptuous and luxurious, but above all, it’s timeless. This is something that can’t be said about any other furniture style. Interior trends come and go. What was fashionable in the 1930s was out of fashion in the 1960s. And what was trendy in the 70’s is dated and old in current times. The key not to go out of fashion is not use any trends and stick to ageless charm. And the safest way to achieve that is doing it the French way!

The French have always had an innate ability to create beauty, and they’ve always loved to surround themselves with beautiful possessions and live in stunning homes. The furniture and home accessories they’ve gifted the world with through the centuries proves this statement.

Urban Cultivator In Your Indoor Garden

Urban Cultivator In Your Indoor Garden

Urban Cultivator In Your Indoor Garden – People who are lucky enough to live in warmer climates can keep the fresh greens coming year-round, if they plant a garden. For those of us in colder regions, however, things get a bit more challenging come winter. We can rig up indoor herb gardens on windowsills or using full-spectrum fluorescent lights, but that can sometimes get a little complicated. If you can justify its price, however, there is an alternative – the urban cultivator (prices for the consumer model start at US$2,200).

Urban cultivator is a hydroponic system that is currently in use both professionally and in personal homes.

Resin Furniture Styles

Resin Furniture Styles

Resin Furniture Styles – Resin furniture comes in a wide variety of styles. Resin furniture is any type of furniture made from certain plastics that can be molded into specific shapes. If you don’t know the characteristics of the style, the descriptions may not mean much to you. Although categorizing furniture isn’t an exact science, you can get a feel for the categories by reading descriptions and looking at pictures of furniture. Read on for descriptions of a few popular styles of outdoor resin furniture, such as Adirondack, Mission, and Nautical.

Adirondack furniture takes it name from a style of architecture that sprang up in the Adirondack Mountains of New York during the early 1900s. Today, Adirondack chairs usually have several slats that form the backrest. These slats, together, form a rounded edge.