By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Friday, April 06th, 2018 - 18:14:27 PM.
Something Vintage. Every home (in some cases every room) needs to have something vintage. It could be a piece of furniture, a decorative accessory, a piece of fabric framed and hung on the wall – anything. Vintage pieces add a sense of history and character that can’t be found with new items.
Are you getting ready to redesign a bedroom, or throw some new paint up on your living room walls? You may be wondering what neutral colors are in interior design. Neutral Colors. In the context of interior design, neutral means without color. Neutrals such as beige, ivory, taupe, black, gray and shades of white appear to be without color, but in many applications these hues often have undertones. Be aware of these underlying tones as you match colors or choose paint.
If you ask any design obsessives, they'll tell you that "traditional" used to mean stuffy and full of patterns and expensive objet d’ art. And while some of those elements—like bold prints and statement decor items—still add sophistication and drama to your home, they don't have to make it feel dated and precious.
Don't just look at baby items. You might see a great chest of drawers or an antique rocking chair that would be perfect for the nursery. Look at the basic structure and stability of the piece. You can always refinish or paint it to go in your particular space.
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