By Iwona Nowicka. Home Decor. Published at Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 - 19:32:17 PM.
Hammered iron, antiqued brass, wrought iron, porcelain, or carved wood are used for the hardware on doors and drawers. Collections of treasured or found items are often arranged to add the casual look. The shelf of a bookcase or corner tabletop is the perfect place for an arrangement of treasures.
How to Mix Patterns Using Color. The easiest way to mix patterns is with color. Feel free to mix florals, plaids, modern motifs – whatever – as long as they share a common color palette.
Repurpose Thrift Store Items. Thrift store items have come a long way when it comes to people's perceptions. Second-hand stores are finally being appreciated as wonderful places to find unique and interesting items for your home - and a great find is something worth bragging about! Often it takes a little work on your part as many items require a little upcycling (new hardware, a fresh coat of paint, new upholstery, a little sanding and staining, etc.) but great thrift store finds can save you money and give your home tons of character.
If you love the look of elegant Ritz-Carlton hotels or public buildings such as the White House, you're probably drawn to the formal style of decorating. While homes today are not usually constructed with 18" deep baseboard moldings, hand-laid herringbone-patterned hardwood floors, or elaborately carved plaster ceiling and wall decorations, there are elements of the formal style of decorating that can be added to more modern homes.
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