By Heidi Caroline. Home Decor. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 22:18:30 PM.
An even better choice is to buy a small container of the paint. You only truly know how it will work when you see it at home in natural and artificial light. You will be more confident in your choice and can get going on your painting. Accent pieces can make or kill the look of a room. Do not get one that takes over the room. A gaudy piece of furniture or gigantic stuffed lion can take over a room and give it a garish look. You now have some tips to remember as you decorate your home.
You've decided to go with a full French home decor so the first thing you have to do is contact an interior decorator that not only has experience, but also knows and understands French home decor. Finding the right person may take some time but you don't want to hire someone unfamiliar with this French method. Once you've found the right person, have her or him come over for a cup of coffee and a chat. Tell this professional exactly what you envision - don't hold back.
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.
The first professional interior decorators were probably employed in Western Europe during 1720s. William Kent is often cited as the first person who took charge of the interior decoration of an entire building. In London, the work of home decorators was earlier done by the upholsterers while the same job was done by merchand-mercier or "Merchant of Goods" in Paris during early nineteenth century.
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