Floor Finishes Creative Ideas

Floor Finishes Creative Ideas – If your floors are looking a bit sad and worn, don’t decide immediately on covering them with fitted carpets. Often the solution to unattractive floors is a creative one, rather than a bank-breaking exercise! Whichever method you choose, you will first need to fill all the knot holes with a proprietary wood filler and seal the finished, treated floor boards with clear polyurethane paint.

Bleaching. Bleaching will result in a much lighter floor color that can be sealed with polyurethane paint.

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Vibrant Bohemian Colors And Patterns: Design Trend 2017

Vibrant Bohemian Colors And Patterns: Design Trend 2017 – According to designer experts the vibrant Bohemian color and pattern will bring a warm and global vibe to spring/summer 2017. Vivid colors and distinctive patterns will rule this year to create a more varied, personalized and an environment that will inspire the individuals.

Cushion covers and rugs in bold floral prints will prove to be an epitome of absolute opulence. As the splendid, bright shades help to accessorize a living space, an infusion of a wild imagination can create wonders.

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How To Paint A Small Room?

How To Paint A Small Room? Before you start painting you need to decide whether you intend your new decorating job to reflect the focal point of your room or whether you prefer it to be a background that brightens up your walls but allows your focus to be caught by pictures and furnishing. It is not always necessary to stick with pastel colors when painting small rooms: you can use a blue with a bold hue or a yellow that is deep and rich. Either of these colors will reflect light and make your room appear larger. Whatever you do, avoid reds and rich purples as these two colors will absorb light rather than reflect it back and your room will feel quite claustrophobic. Another guaranteed way to make your room feel closed in is to paint your ceiling in a dark color: either leave it white, or paint it a paler shade of the color you use for your walls. The best way of all to make your room look larger is to make the most of natural light.

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Wall Murals – Unique Decor

Murals, with or without a trompe l’oeil effect (creating the illusion of seeing reality;trompe l’oeil murals are paintings that create an illusion that fool or trick the eye), can be big or small, inside or outside, encompass a whole room or only part. A mural is a painting applied directly to a wall, ceiling or other permanent surface. Painted murals dating back to prehistoric times are proof that people have an inherited instinct to decorate. Give us a surface and man will paint a mural on it to express his ideas, thoughts, imagination and emotions.

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Colored In Orange!

As the weather heats up and we spend evenings and weekends outdoors, a favourite summer hue comes to mind that is versatile and fresh. Vibrant and juicy, orange is a jolt of radiance for both indoors and out.

Orange is modern yet warm and inviting when paired with white walls and rustic furniture.

The psychology of colour suggests orange is a jovial colour that stimulates conversation, energizes and fosters creativity. It is also a colour representing health in Feng Shui. Orange always radiates warmth, and its colour family has seasonal longevity: think pale apricot in spring, bold tangerine in summer, and rustic pumpkin in fall.

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Feng Shui Paintings Decoration

Feng Shui paintings include different aspects which reveal some special meanings like animal painting and symbolic paintings to name a few. These paintings can be positioned at various locations inside a home, as they help to achieve balance between the five elements. Most of the Feng Shui paintings include dragon as the animal which represents good luck. Similarly, these paintings also incorporate cranes representing longevity, frog with a golden coin its mouth revealing prosperity in business and even turtle for enhancing opulence. These paintings use different colors in order to characterize things like gold and red for symbolizing wealth and orange and peach for long life to name a few.

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