Faye loves to help her daughter decorate the rooms in her old farmhouse and to share what they have done with others. Vintage decorating is fun and easy! In this article, you'll find ideas on how to decorate your home in a vintage style, including the living room, kitchen, bedroom, den, laundry room, and even your bathroom.
Chazz is an Interior Decorator/Consultant/Retailer, amateur photographer, cook, gardener, handyman, currently restoring an 1880 Victorian. This page provides an introduction to Victorian interior design and home decorating. This easy-to-follow guide is organized into the four essential design basics of Victorian interior décor: Color, Pattern, Opulence and, of course, Romance -- the quintessential hallmark of the Victorian era.
I love blue of any and every shade-but the aqua, teal, and turquoise blues of the ocean remain very special to me. Journey with me for gorgeous ocean-colored home décor ideas, ranging from deep teal garage doors to aqua blue baths and kitchens.
When thinking of desert home décor, does your mind conjure up images of coyote and cacti figurines frolicking in a sea of turquoise and mauve? If so, those outdated images might explain your aversion to desert-style decorating. Luckily, things have changed a great deal and dessert decorating no longer means tacky decorating.
The rose is one of the most popular types of flowers in the world today. Roses have been a popular flower for many years for many people all over the world. You can find roses in a rainbow of colors. You can learn to grow roses if you love the sweet fragrances of the rose.
This was the $10 end table. It wasn't TERRIBLE when I bought it but it did have scratches and visible wear & tear, plus a badly fixed hind leg that appeared to have shattered at one point towards the top.
I recently shared an article about different ways pretty patterned papers, like scrapbook paper and others, can be used for craft projects. A few of them were home décor crafts but there are still so many things you can do with them, especially for home decorating.
If you've ever lived near the beach, you know coastal decorating is the epitome of casual living. If you haven't, then you need to learn a thing or two about this timeless interior style. Coastal decorating can bring the feel of salt air, sand and surf into your home no matter where you live!