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A home featuring traditional wood crafts, folk art and hand-carved furniture exemplifies a unique style of beauty of interior design. Whether you proudly display family heirlooms or collectibles gathered throughout the years, the addition of wood as a classic backdrop throughout your home will set the stage for these historic treasures and enhance your home’s sense of warmth and style.
Here are some tips for adding wood decor to your home:
1. Start with the entrance. An impressively detailed, hand-carved wood door will set the tone before anyone even takes a step into your home. A stately carved wood door informs those entering the home of your own personal style.
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year when the people are surrounded by happiness, generosity, peace and kind feelings. But no Christmas is ever complete without the beautiful, sparkling decorations for your home. For many people, the interior decorations are what defines the season of Christmas. Your home will feel warm with the proper Christmas decorating scheme. There are a variety of decorating ideas on the market today, but the best way to complete your interior Christmas decorating is to make the items yourself or with your family.
The holiday season is about spending time together, and making things to warm your home will only help signify that to your family. Make your home look attractiveand unique, and you can do that by achieving the perfect balance between modernity and tradition. There are several great ideas for your Christmas interior decorating needs.
A Christmas tree should be a symbol of celebration for the family. When you decorate your home for Christmas holiday, one of the best ways to accomplish this is to focus on the family and other Christmas traditions, such as food-specifically Christmas sweets.
Family trees are the best kind. They should have Christmas ornaments that the children made when they were in first grade: the jar lids with pictures glued inside, the Christmas angels they colored, the candy canes they made from beads. A family tree should have the ornaments that the family has received as gifts over the years. One should be able to look at Christmas tree and see the small knitted wreaths, Christmas drums made of cardboard toilet paper rolls and felt, the ornament someone saw in a store and had to buy. All of these ornaments should hang proudly on a family tree. It should be a glorious hodgepodge of ornaments, humble and grand, all having an accompanying story and memory.
Many people like to decorate their home in an Oriental fashion, even if it is just one or two rooms rather than their entire home. There are many oriental home accents to be found online or in flea markets and antique or oriental stores, and a very wide range functional and ornamental items of home décor such as vases.
Oriental vases range in price and style from the ancient dynastic pieces, such as the Ming vases we have all heard about, to reproductions of these and original modern pieces of oriental art. Most are ceramic, but you can also get metal Chinese vases, such as a beautiful genuine brass and pure jade vase available online right now, measuring 7 inches high and about 2.5 inches wide. Imported from China, elegant pieces such as this will complement any form of home décor and make excellent additions to oriental home accents in your house.
With the vast amount of commercially made Halloween decorations available for purchase today, you might wonder why one would choose to create their own. Everyone must have a unique Halloween display that catches eye. The first answer is simply price. A few simple and inexpensive ideas for decorating your house begin with items you may already have.
An easy way to dress up a front porch is by creating your own scarecrow or dummy. Stuff newspapers in some old clothes, safety pin them together and add a head. For a scarecrow, you might stuff paper into a piece of burlap and use a permanent marker to draw on facial features. Be sure to have some straw poking out of its collar and sleeves. If you’d like to make a spookier dummy, stuff paper into a scary mask. Prop your friend up in a sitting position. You can even have him “hold” a bowl of candy for Trick-or-Treaters.