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How To Decorate With Vintage Collectibles?

How To Decorate With Vintage Collectibles?

How To Decorate With Vintage Collectibles? – Changing the room or place of an item can highlight its beauty and uniqueness. For example; quilts have long been used practically in bedrooms. Rather than keeping all the quilts in your collection in the bedrooms, try scattering them about the house.

Place quilts on the arm of a chair, or the back of the couch. Set aside a basket in the living area to showcase them where they can be enjoyed by visitors and pulled out to use for extra warmth during family movie marathon night.

 

 

Baby’s Nursery Decorating Tips

Baby’s Nursery Decorating Tips

When newborn babies come home excited mothers and fathers wile away the waiting time by decorating the baby’s nursery. Some people might find that this project is a bit daunting, considering that it requires hours of planning and strategizing to get everything right.

Some new mothers and fathers have happily discovered that they can apply themes to their baby’s nursery as part of their preparing project. This can be a fun project that a couple can do in preparation of the birth of their child. Parents should bear in mind that the theme of the baby’s nursery interior design must have significance even as the child grows older.

Home Decorating Tips – Using Home Decor Accessories

Home Decorating Tips – Using Home Decor Accessories

One of the biggest home decorating dilemmas is how to arrange your accessories, whether it be a bookcase, shelf, or tabletop. Here is a few tips that will transform your boring or cluttered spaces into charming vignettes!

Harmony and Contrast. When arranging a space with home decor accessories, one has to keep in mind that the most important thing to avoid here is boredom. This has a lot less to do with the home decor accessories you choose than how you choose to display them. To keep an arrangement from putting the neighbors down for their afternoon nap, remember to keep a balance of harmony (things that feel like they go together, like similar colors or styles) and contrast (things that spice things up by being different – smooth against texture, round against straight line, etc…) You want a bit of both in your arrangement. Perhaps you could create harmony by repeating a square shape or the color purple, and then add contrast by sitting a smooth candlestick next to a rough basket.