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Accordion Windows – For When You Want To Get In Touch With Nature

Sometimes called accordion windows because of their resemblance in shape to the musical instrument, these windows are both interesting-looking and practical. Although not as common or as popular as the classical types, accordion windows are sometimes the best option for certain types of settings or decors. They usually go from floor to ceiling and are used as separators between indoor ...

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15 Luxurious Black and Gold Bedrooms

Who among us doesn’t love a little extra comfort in the bedroom? The fluffy pillows to hold your head. The floral framed mirror above the dresser. The soft rug underfoot. Even the minimalist goes for the sheets with the higher thread count. That’s because we spend about a third of our lives in the bedroom. Such an important room deserves ...

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How High To Mount The TV To Blend Looks And Comfort

A living room without a TV just isn’t complete and some even feel like this about other spaces such as a bedroom, the office, the kitchen or even the bathroom. The process is simple: you get a TV, you bring it home and then you find the perfect spot for it which can either be on a table or cabinet ...

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Baroque, Rococo Style Make for a Luxury Bedroom

Baroque and Rococo decor are popular styles, and bedrooms are one of the places in your home where these eras of design can shine. The characteristics of Baroque furniture and Rococo elements are perfect for a space meant to be opulent, relaxing and luxurious. Curving lines, ample embellishment and sumptuous fabrics, which are typical of these styles, make a bedroom extra ...

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Mood Colors and their Effect on Interior Design

The concept of “mood colors” is a somewhat vague one because, after all, most colors have at least one mood associated with them. Black, for example, is generally associated with darker moods, while yellow is connected with much lighter, happier outlooks. We’re all probably familiar with, at least to a small degree, mood rings and how their color-changing is based ...

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Framed Art In Interior Decor – Fresh Tips And Ideas

Framed art is the way to go when you want to decorate an empty wall or to add some color and texture to a room. But while saying you’ll add some framed wall art to your home is definitely easy, doing so is a different story because there are many variables and details to take into consideration. For starters, what ...

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Fancy Interior Design: What it Is…and What it Isn’t

For many people, the word “fancy” is a loaded weapon. It conjures up all sorts of mental images, most of them punctuated with glitzy embellishments and enough curlicues to make your eyes spin. I feel like this is a little unfair to the concept of “fancy,” though. At least, a certain aspect of it. Is it possible to have a ...

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An Exposé on Dark Gray

Did you know that the first recorded use of “gray” as a color name in English was in 700AD?. What’s amazing to me is that over the nearly one-and-a-half millennia since then, gray continues to be popular, maybe now more than ever. “People like to use gray because it provides a neutral, disappearing background to accent colours,” explains smart paint-makers ...

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How To Bring Out The Best In Your Home Decor Using Mirrors

In the world of interior design and decor, mirrors are considered to be pretty similar to works of art in the sense that they enhance the decor of the space in a unique way. Long mirrors, round mirrors, oversized mirrors and every other type can become decorative items and even focal points in our interior decors. Mirrors are pretty simple ...

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Design Features That Bring Out The Best In Your Bedroom Decor

It’s always tricky to find the right balance between looks and comfort or between simplicity and coziness when decorating a bedroom. On one hand, there’s not much to put in here. Just a bed, a couple of nightstands and maybe a dresser or a closet. But the decorating process doesn’t stop there. The hardest part is making the room feel ...

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