By Noella Colette. Home Decor. Published at Sunday, March 25th, 2018 - 01:44:35 AM.
Miami Beach at the tip of Florida as style all of its own. The resort was built between the 1920s and 1940s in the Art Deco style, which was popular in New York and Chicago, but in Miami they gave the look at unique twist by choosing a very different range of colors to their buildings. In Miami the buildings were painted with bright tropical pinks, sunny yellows, purples, blues and greens. The colors were not primaries but bright pastel ice-cream colors, perfect for a holiday town. These colors have inspired many people that have chosen to have the seashell bathroom theme, or soft tones and hues as a consistent theme throughout their home decoration as the buildings echoed the shape of streamlined ocean liners.
Many people around the United States are opting to swap out their foreign-made furniture, home accessories and other home decor items for locally made or made in the U.S.A. products. Unfortunately, dependence on foreign products has resulted in some shoddy workmanship for certain (but not all) products that are now being made (again) in the good ol' U.S. of A. Here's the low down on American-made home accessories and decor, including what you should look for and what you should steer clear of.
With whatever route you decide to take keep it simple and choose items that will make a good impact. Antique pieces are a great way to add a unique look to your decor, as well as they can be a conversation starter. Some good examples of some unique antique items would be a grandfather clock, end tables, and home lighting, such as a lamp or chandelier.
Tip 5, make sure the color scheme or pattern matches the style of your internal architectural features. Not only should you make sure you like a color, you should also see if it will match the style of architectural features such as the windows and architraves in your home. For example, with the above scenario, a classic patterned rich wallpaper will go well with more ornate character features in the home, rather than ultra plain modern features. The exception to this, is if you use a modern 'version' of a classic pattern which will suit modern decor.
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