We all want to feel restored and relaxed in our own bedrooms, don’t we? I mean, who doesn’t love entering a serene sanctuary that is their bedroom at the end of a long, hard day. Sadly, some of our bedrooms may not be as harmonious or restorative as they could be. This is where feng shui, the ancient art of arranging our living spaces, comes into play.
Memorial Day weekend is certainly a time to remember those who have fought and given their all for the freedoms that so many enjoy. It’s also a time that families and friends tend to gather and enjoy time together, often amidst the beautiful outdoors.
While the prospect of simply getting together and eating delicious food might be enough for some, it might not be enough for you. If you think that a gathering = party = decorations, then you’ve come to the right place. In honor of the 13 stripes on the U.S. flag, here are 13 fantastic decorating ideas for an easy, breezy, and festive Memorial Day celebration.
Every pet dog needs a crate or a house. Otherwise you can’t really say you’ve made him part of the family. However, usually these items are an eyesore for the interior so you need to find a way to integrate them without wasting a lot of space and without disturbing the harmony in the interior design. We offer you a collection of attractive solutions.
DIY Dog Crates.
I’m a big fan of DIYs that take something inconspicuous from around the house and transform it into something entirely different. But, I’m also a fan of taking something inconspicuous from around the house, lightly jazzing it up and using it for a different purpose but still keeping its original identity intact. Like these clay pots, I had them lying around so I decided to brighten then up just a tad and use them to hold some office supplies in my corner desk. Let’s take a look at what I did!
Those of you who work at a desk can vouch for the importance of both form and function in office accessories. A desk lamp (or table lamp) is no exception. Most importantly, the lamp’s light must be of high quality. But a very close second is how the desk lamp works with the office space’s overall style.
Here are some desk lamps we love, for a home office or a “regular” office…or any workspace that appreciates a bit of aesthetic appeal for those high-concentration hours.
The coffee table, although not impressive in size, is the focal point of the whole living room. It usually sits in the center and it’s the element that unites everything else around it. So how do you choose your coffee table? Well, color is one way to go. Black coffee tables, for example, can be very versatile and they basically go with everything. But there are lots of different ways in which to integrate them into the décor. So what is your design?
A colorful rug.
by Lincoln Barbour
A black coffee table would look great placed on a colorful rug. The black and red combination is common and classical. If you choose a rug with a red print, include a few their matching details throughout the room.