Solid and stable, gray as a color is detached, neutral and impartial. It’s the color of compromise as it’s neither black nor white but a transitional shade between the two. When using it in interior design, gray creates a quiet and calm ambiance and is a popular choice in contemporary decors. It’s a very practical color which you can use in any room of the house and even outside. But how gray interacts with the rest of the design is a whole other issue. We can offer a few pointers to help with that.
How To, Tips, and Advice
If you’re on a budget and would like to save a few bucks (so you can splurge elsewhere), or you’re unsure of how to go about creating the functional and aesthetic home of your dreams, or you simply love the thrill of accomplishment when you do something on your own, Homedit’s How-To section of articles is the ultimate helpful guide. Here are found tips and advice for a variety of home decorating questions and challenges.
Does your home smell good? I mean, does it really smell good? Because, let’s face it, life can get in the way, busy and important items on our agendas can overtake our senses, and sometimes that leads us with either a home that doesn’t smell particularly fresh…or, worse, one that downright stinks. And a home that smells fresh is one that people want to be in.
Never fear, though. Here are 15 of the best methods or tips for making your home smell good. As a bonus, they’re by and large inexpensive, toxin-free, and homemade, which means with the smallest bit of effort on your part, your home can smell great for years to come.
Small bedroom interiors are usually very straight-forward and simple and it’s why they often get overlooked. Yet small rooms are often the most difficult to work with, simply because you have to be clever when choosing all the details of the decor in order to fit everything inside while maintaining a pleasant and inviting ambiance. And what better way to do that than with a few simple DIY projects?
Most of us would agree that historic homes are fascinating. It’s remarkable, isn’t it, the way that doorways were shorter, hallways narrower, and rooms themselves were all around smaller “back then.” It’s one thing to walk through a historical home and imagine life living there; it’s quite another thing altogether to actually be living in one. If this idea appeals to you, or if you’re already enjoying the quirks of a historic home lifestyle, you might find the following article interesting.
Do you love the relaxed privacy of getting away from it all? Appreciate a slower pace on occasion, where you can check out the stars and get back to your roots? If so, you might be just the candidate for cabin living. In this article, we’ll discuss what a cabin is, what are the benefits and disadvantages of living in one, and some ways you could style one should you be so inclined. We hope you find this article helpful and/or interesting.
If you’ve driven around an older neighborhood at some point in your life, you’ve likely noticed that in some cases the homes had a certain style – flat and sprawled out. Chances are, you’re looking at an established neighborhood from the middle of the 1900s where ramblers (also known as ranch homes, depending on which side of the country you’re on) were all the rage. These homes have recently become “en vogue” after a several-decade hiatus. If you find yourself attracted to the style and would like to know more about them, read on.
Condominiums, or better known as condos, are an important piece of the housing puzzle. If you find yourself wanting a nice place to live but prefer to spend your time doing things other than landscaping, you might be interested in what living in a condo has to offer you. In this article, we’ll discuss what is a condo, some advantages and disadvantages of living in one, and a few styling tips for making a condo a home.