By Sabrina Konig. Home Design. Published at Friday, May 25th, 2018 - 07:24:47 AM.
A theme, it's the first thing a child will consider when putting together their bedroom, but adults tend to shy away from decorative themes. A theme can be a powerful unifying device, not to mention calming. In this Netherlands bedroom, the wall‐covering, curtains and bedcover are all a classic toile de Jouy. The headboard is custom‐made, and the side table is vintage.
Create the illusion of more space in a tiny guest room by opting for a daybed instead of a large bed frame. For more ideas, browse our favorite daybeds. Less can be more when designing around a statement art piece. In this minimal apartment, the neon wall sculpture is by Glenn Ligon and stands out beautifully against walls sheathed in a Marmorino finish.
Satisfying results can only be achieved in the long run if the garden is created by adhering to the rules of design. In small spaces, the closer one stays to correct geometrical proportions, the greater the likelihood of achieving the sense of calm and ordered harmony craved for by most garden owners. The question then arises as to which kind of geometry should underline the basic setting out of the site.
Farmhouse dining chairs. Finally, we had to lavish some well deserved praise on farmhouse dining chairs, as they naturally exude a certain homely charm that is impossible to resist. Usually made from simple pine and with an unfussy design, a coat of shabby chic pastel paint and a coat of furniture wax can really make them come alive. Tie on cushion pads complete the look and add an extra level of comfort as well.
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