When you approach home design, you likely do so in a couple of different ways – choosing objects and colors that simply look attractive or using an existing pattern or decor theme to govern your decisions. However, color is a powerful tool that can be used to inspire emotions, create space illusions or simply set the mood and atmosphere for any particular room.
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Last month I got an email from one of those "deal of the day" websites featuring a very cute set of wine glasses with chalkboard stems from a company called Chalkboard China. I've seen chalkboard glasses before, and always thought them to be a fun and chic way for guests to keep track of their glass throughout the night so you don't end up with mixed-up glasses or dozens of half-full glasses left around the house. But all the ones I've seen in stores feature a strip of chalkboard paint across the bowl of the glass, which I've always felt looks awkward and takes away from the beauty of the wine or beverage in the glass.
10 Must-See Room for Color Entries: Week One | Apartment Therapy New York Welcome to our biggest color event of the year, the Room for Color contest. Every fall, we ask readers to send in images of their most beautiful, colorful room and let the world pick their favorites. Over the next month, we'll be sharing all the rooms we can squeeze into our schedule and, just before Thanksgiving, we'll have your top 4 choices battle it out for the grand prize...and the glory, of course.
Everett - mediterranean - kitchen - other metros - by Summerour Architects
Look forward to the indoor season, equipped with a cozy environment at home
I'm obsessed with making-over old, worn out furniture. It's amazing how almost any old piece can be totally transformed with new paint, hardware and a little imagination! Here are three examples from Ladies Home Journal...click here to read the entire article.
Posted by rd on Wednesday, October 19, 2011 · I recently discovered The Selby, and here is a home, more or less 1000 sq ft., bursting with neutral colors making it ‘bigger’ than it actually is.