By Iwona Nowicka. Home Decor. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 01:12:10 AM.
Developing in interior design is just like learning any other creative set of skills. There are basic methods and ideas that you will have to become acquainted with in order to get yourself situated and to gain a strong foundation for future development. Once you have a firm grasp of the basics, there is a more complicated group of intermediate ideas that will see you applying those basic abilities in new and interesting ways.
Interiors in a traditional home will often feature trim and molding that is painted glossy white. Crown molding is common and adds to the formal look. Walls might have a chair rail and simple molding details, with wall surfaces done in a flat painted finish or wallpaper. Ceilings are often white and may have simple beams.
A Three-Seater Sofa. How can you make the most essential piece of living room furniture special? Find one in a rich color of velvet, rather than a more expected neutral hue. We love this Mid-Century Modern sofa from Urban Outfitter that has all the clean lines and sleek design of a traditional sofa, with a lot more character.
Here are some inexpensive alternatives to decorator must-haves that can save you money while still making your house look great. Decorator Must-Have: Custom Window Treatments. Custom window treatments can have a big impact on a space. They're specifically tailored to the house's particular needs in terms of size, style, material, color and pattern, so they fit perfectly. They can be used as showpieces in the room, or they can blend in with the surroundings. Whatever look is desired can be achieved with custom pieces.
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