By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 15:18:59 PM.
Window Treatments. Empty windows are cold and impersonal. Put some sort of window treatment, whether it's drapes, blinds or shutters, on every single window in your home. There are tons of options and what you choose should be based on personal style, the style of the room, the shape of the window and the amount of privacy you desire.
Bamboo End Table. Does bamboo give you the same Palm Beach prep vibes that it does for us? This look definitely has traditional roots, but with pretty silver legs and a glass top, this end (or side) table feels fresh and current.
If you're afraid of using just black and white, add variety by adding areas of yellow, pink, camel, red, or purple for a striking look. Keeping black and white prominent, however, preserves the elegant effect. How to Use Black and White in Your Home. A black and white floor is a good place to start decorating with black and white. The ultimate choice would be beautiful black marble set off with tall white baseboard moldings. Short of that, try white ceramic tiles with a black border, vinyl tiles laid in alternating black and white squares, or a painted black floor with white border stencils or white with black stencils.
Neutrals as Background. In this scheme, as with the all-neutral room, start with neutral walls. Choose the neutral based on what other colors you wish to use, how much natural light the room receives and your personal preference for lighter or darker walls. Be mindful that darker walls seem to close the room up and make it feel smaller, as well as darker, especially if there is little natural light.
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