By Heidi Caroline. Home Decor. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 17:05:44 PM.
It's usually best to avoid glass tables, crystal lamps, and fragile antique chairs while the children are still small though, because not only are these more likely to be broken they're also more likely to hurt your child, especially while they're young and like to climb on things. Any large pieces of furniture such as tall bookshelves and wall entertainment centers need to be securely bolted to studs in the walls. Also be aware that the newer flat panel LCD TV sets are easier for small children to pull over on themselves, so be extra careful about attaching these securely too.
Candles and candle holders are not just for use but these are also great home decor items. Candle holders give a contemporary and elegant look to the house and candles of different beautiful colors can make your home look stylish and fashionable. Principally, the purpose of a clock is to tell the time, but the most modern designer clocks can do much more than that. Clocks, which are designed well, can amazingly enhance the interior of a house. You would be able to find numerous designs, shapes and colors of clocks and you can select the one which best suits your taste.
So ensure that you're seeing the whole picture, and use your instinct and personal taste. So there you have it. You now know the top 5 tips when it comes to using color in your home. These 5 tips will help you choose the right color and patterns for your home to match your personal taste as well as your wall and home decor. So enjoy playing with color, and seeing the combinations of color and patterns with your test samples, to decorate your home just the way you envisioned it.
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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