Rustic Style Furniture In Contemporary Homes – Many people who love the outdoors are choosing natural-looking furnishings in their contemporary homes. Coffee tables that are made from a crosscut of a tree trunk, four-poster beds that are constructed of real wood branches and reclaimed wood from barns are high on the list of furnishings that are not only beautiful but also reflect a love of nature.
How To Achieve An Environmentally Friendly Home Decor – Slap the words ‘environmentally friendly’ onto a product and it’s almost guaranteed to sell like hot cakes. This is especially true when it comes to home accessories, as people are always looking for ways to incorporate eco-friendly trends into their home accessories and decor. Of course, finding home decor that is beautiful and eco-friendly can be a challenge. Here are a few basic tips and tricks how to achieve an eco-friendly home decor:
Home Lighting: An Essential In Home Decor – Choosing the proper home lighting is perhaps one of the most important facets of decorating your home and creating an atmosphere of warmth and comfort. With the right home lighting you can make a poorly decorated room look extravagant and make large, cold spaces seem warm and cozy. There is just no end to what you can accomplish with the proper home lighting. That is why it is so important to invest in good quality lamps for your home’s interior spaces.
Having A Unique Space With Functional Art – Functional art is defined as a piece of art that also performs a function. If your room lacks wall space and/or you have discriminate tastes, finding the perfect wall art can be a daunting task. Incorporating functional art into your space is a good alternative and it is simple to do. Functional art will provide the visual appeal and finishing effects we are looking for in a piece of wall art.
Mango Wood Sustainable Furniture – Mango wood is a type of wood that comes from mango trees. You might think that this makes in an environmentally unfriendly wood, but actually it is usually harvested in large batches which reduces the energy needed to harvest the wood in the first place.
The mango trees grow very quickly compared to other woods used to make furniture traditionally like oak which means that the time from planting the tree to having the furniture piece in your home is far quicker. This also means that supply can very quickly grow to meet demand should the need arise.
A Room Full Of Collections – Long ago you were given a blue plate, then you bought another one at a local bazaar and then a friend gave you one for Christmas and, before you knew it, you had a collection! Your collection of plates, dolls, jelly moulds, tin cans, or whatever, offers great decorating possibilities if you display it well. Continue Reading