By Iwona Nowicka. Home Decor. Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 05:13:17 AM.
Many pieces of upholstered furniture are covered in neutral colors, such as tan, gray, beige, or off-white. But other colors are used, too. Soft pastels give a peaceful feeling. Or try darker tones such as navy, rust, olive or forest green, wine, and cranberry for punch.
Open cupboards and armoires are found in almost any room and are used for dishes, linens, and clothes. Door fronts are often left open with chicken wire. No Tuscan style kitchen is complete without a long, family-style wooden table. Open shelves and free-standing cupboards provide storage in a Tuscan style kitchen and a place to display ceramics and pottery.
This makes the trend towards more worldly décor not only appealing and accessible, but also important on a number of levels as fair trade companies work to give back to the world through different economic, educational and environmental support programs. The next challenge for all of us is to take a small yet impactful step the next time we're shopping for global goods by being conscientious about what we buy as we're working to incorporate these phenomenal décor products into our homes. The hardest part of this step is always finding out what companies qualify as fair trade, and what causes their attention goes to. So to make that part a little easier, I'm featuring some of my favorite shops along with the initiatives that they support. These companies all offer fantastic pieces that will help you create a beautiful home while also helping to improve the lives of artisans around the globe.
Whether you're decorating a single room or a whole house, you can find the perfect theme and style to match. Focus in on your preferences, options, and elements that will allow you to achieve your dream room or home—even if you're revamping a cottage or a castle. With so many products on the market, buyers traveling around the globe, and shoppers expecting more for their homes, consumers have many choices available to them.
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