It is true that wall-to-wall carpeting in a home is warm and soft, but it does not equal the same elegance factor as solid, gleaming hardwood floors. Hardwood provides a classic, elegant appearance and can be found at an affordable price.
If you want to create a strong impact in your foyer, our senior designers at Décor Aid recommend adopting an open-plan design if possible. This interior design will make your home appear more spacious than it actually is.
Use one crayon per color. Fill the Dixie cups with wax and then top with a broken up crayon. Microwave for two minutes. Stir. Then microwave for another two minutes.
Update an unattractive, outdated light fixture with a few coats of paint, round bulbs and pom-pom fringe for a whimsical touch. Strong colors overhead pull together the room's eclectic vibe.
Wallpaper is one of those trends that just keeps on giving and giving. If you go with a classic chinoiserie wallpaper, you can do just about anything with it as your style changes over the year.
Modern living room design and minimalism goes hand in hand. The clean, sharp lines of modern furniture and accessories look their best in a pared back setting so use a less is more mentality when choosing new pieces.
Furnishings and decor in lovely pops of color, including the striking focal point a hot pink fireplace surround.
Adding a hanging planter or hanging lamp is a great way to add functional decor without taking up floor space. Try a DIY planter to customize it to your room’s color scheme and decor.
Most bedroom decorating ideas feature the bed by centering it on the wall. However, narrow floor plans and limited space call for deviation for this.
Sometimes, a multipurpose space is unavoidable, and your home office and guest bedroom must inhabit the same space. To make the best of this situation, use the surrounding walls to your advantage.