How To Make ‘Antique Lighting’ In Your Living Room – Nowdays, we try to implement some sort of uniqueness while decorating and designing our sweet home. When we return home, we want a serene atmosphere waiting for us in which we can relax and enjoy fun and quality time with our family. Obviously to make it more efficient time, we pay good attention to the home decor and when it comes to home decor, the lighting arrangement plays a very crucial role. No decoration looks good without an apt light effect. Continue Reading
Fireplace Mantels Improve Your Interior Design – Fireplace mantels can make or break the interior design of a room whether you use your fireplace or not. Because a fireplace takes up a large section of a wall or dominate a corner, they naturally draw the eye when you first walk into a room. Go for the “cool” factor by incorporating a great design or material in your fireplace mantel.
Most people perceive fireplace mantels as those shelves that extend out beyond the firebox. However, a mantel can encompass not only an ornamental framing around the firebox, but also the facing which makes up the outside of the fireplace “wall”. If your fireplace has a mantel shelf, the panel or area above it can also be construed as part of the mantel as well. Continue Reading
How To Make A Feeling of Tranquility By Using Home Décor? A tranquil home environment is beautiful to live in and experience. It has comfortable furniture, plush area rugs and splendid window coverings. A neutral color palette is a stylish element in tranquil rooms. Wood, metal, iron and glass are decorative materials that are elegant in a tranquil home setting.
Interior design that calms the senses
Aromatic scents, soft new age instrumental music and neutral color tones such as crisp white, gentle beige and warm cream soothe a peaceful room surrounding. Other relaxing color hues are toned down gray, green, gold, blue and purple. These shades calm the mind and pamper the senses.
Installing a bar in your basement can be a great way to create a fun, relaxing party or get-together area separate from the rest of your home. It can free up space in the kitchen and living room and help you to entertain your guests in comfort and with ease. If you have a finished basement, or are looking into finishing yours, adding a bar to your hosting area could be the touch that really helps you to put that space to use.
There are a few things you need to consider before going ahead with the project, including whether or not you would like a wet bar. A ‘wet bar’ simply has a sink, which can make your life much easier in the long run, but also will require all the work and expenses that installing plumbing in a new part of your home can include.