By Lorette Modeste. Home Decor. Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 13:47:45 PM.
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.
Inexpensive Alternative: Pre-Fab Bookcases. A less-expensive alternative to built-in cabinetry is standard, pre-fab bookcases, such as IKEA's Billy Bookcase. The key to making these plain pieces look great is all in the installation.
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.
Ornate, rich, and expensive, these are adjectives which usually apply to Victorian home decor. While it can still be ornate and rich, it doesn't have to be expensive. Shopping at thrift stores, and using things that you already possess, you can decorate a Victorian room for less and I can show you how.
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