By . Home Decor. Published at Monday, April 16th, 2018 - 17:40:40 PM.
Not matching does not mean not blending. Furniture colors and patterns should still complement each other. Only choose the pieces your really want for your decorating scheme. Paint is another place where home decorators fall short. Too many times they purchase a paint at the store that just does not fit once they get it home. Prevent this agony by at least bringing a swatch of paint home and seeing how it looks.
Keeping your home decor safe from the kids - and the children safe from your decor - is another critical factor to consider when planning your new decorating theme. This is most important while the children are small, but it still plays an important role as they grow too. If you like to decorate with breakable knick knacks, crystal vases, and antique collectibles you may find these are a big challenge while you're children are still quite small. Keeping these to a minimum is the easiest approach, and be sure to place them in secure, stable locations which are high enough for the children to be unable to reach.
Decorative rugs and mats are one of the most interesting ways to add visual interest and appeal to the entire home decor. Rugs and mats in different styles make the interiors of the room look more welcoming and comfortable and that is why these rugs are used in living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms and more. Living rooms are first thought when we talk about decorative rugs and mats. The entry way, living room and dining room are those areas to what most people associate area rugs with. But give this a second thought and think about the other areas of your home. Rugs not only accentuate many areas in your home but they also serve a role or function while complimenting the decor at the same time.
There is no doubt about it; the French do have a style that many other nations around the world try to emulate. From fashion to buildings of grandeur and furniture of elegance, the French have certainly made their mark. French country home decor therefore, is another contribution the French have made to the world of interior decorating. Originally hailing from the small villages and hamlets of Southern France, this type of design has become hugely popular around the world. Using the colors of nature - yellows, reds and browns and gold - this French design style juxtaposes them with rustic antique furniture creating a very unique look.
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