The style started developing back in the 1950s and 60s, a lot of Scandinavian homes were traditionally small and due to the lack of space, they didn’t allow for extravagant amounts of decorative items. A stripped back style where all furniture had a purpose went on to inspire the world, and many people try to recreate this look in their own homes even today. Continue Reading
Asian furniture is always a consideration in interior decoration and individual pieces of furniture, antiques and artefacts are sought after from countries such as India, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Japan. Asian furniture, whether new or antique, brings color and life to homes decorated in any style. Even in modern homes, Chinese dynasty pieces or intricately carved statues from India can fit in perfectly with the decor.
Asian cultures take great pride in their diversity and distinguished histories, and these values are quite apparent in even the smallest piece of oriental furniture. When designing a modern interior, the process usually involves looking at Japanese furniture which is extremely functional and minimalist in nature.
Not everyone gets the chance to update the home’s décor as soon as they move in. That may be because of the mistaken belief that you must tackle everything all at once and have the budget for it too. In reality, it’s your home and you’re free to create an individual project out of each room to modernise it. Then you can take your time completing each project in turn, so you don’t get overwhelmed during the whole process. Continue Reading
Rustic Decor Brings The Nature In Your Home – If your heart beats to the natural rhythms of the great outdoors, you can bring that feeling inside by creating a rustic decor for your home or office.
For starters, wood paneling is one of the best ways to begin a rustic decor. If paneling is out, then paint the walls in warm tones that evoke wood: tans, beiges, browns or warmer whites such as ivory or cream. Continue Reading
Minimalist Home Style – Many people have an impression of a minimalist home as a mostly white, bland space with very little furniture and a not very welcoming feel. But a truly minimalist home style can also be comfortable and reflect something of the owner’s character with carefully selected statement decorations. Minimalist living is not about removing comfort and personality from a space but about injecting a calm, stress-free atmosphere by removing all clutter and storing the majority of necessary items out of sight. Continue Reading
Fall Decor Trend 2018: Woodland Home Style – As the colors of the landscape changes during the fall and the vibrant hues of changing leaves, that is the new look of your home this fall 2018 – a woodland home style! There are many wonderful home decorating ideas to incorporate during this fall season to greatly enrich your home décor. If your home decorating idea calls for a more drastic change to your home décor to usher in the fall season, buy slip covers in deep shades that imitate woodland, such as deep red, forest green or warm brown. The key colors for the fall 2018 are russet, plum and damson. Continue Reading