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Thursday, September 13, 2012
Decorating with balloons allows you to create spectacular displays for very little money. You don't have to be an expert nor do you have to spend hours and hours to make some of these neat creations.
Start with the theme for your party, whether it be wedding, baby shower or birthday party. Choose the colors you want to use. Decide on some shapes like columns, hearts, flowers, and arches. Map out your plan so you know how many of each decoration you want to make and then calculate the number of balloons you'll need.
You can buy large bags of balloons in a multitude of desired colors for a few bucks and make a huge impact. Check out some of the following ideas.
Wednesday, August 08, 2012
The home and garden TV shows and online articles are all about techniques and suggestions on how to create attractive homes and gardens. Most homemakers watch these programs avidly to gather tips that help decorate their homes.
Many online writers also give you organized instructions and clear guidelines on money-saving ideas for better home and gardens. Investing in a designer is pricey and if you have a good eye and flair for design, go ahead and take up the challenge.
Imagine what it will look like when the trees, shrubs and plants that you have planted reach their vital size. When you change the position of doors and windows, make sure the view that meets your eye is pleasant to observe. When converting a bedroom to a bathroom, accurately align windows and doors and counter check if the flooring and walls can withstand upheaval and plumbing. Convert an idle porch or study to a solarium. This job requires professional proficiency and help. Whatever project you undertake, make sure you afford for all seasons.
Rake off that snow form from your lawns and start getting ready to let your garden grow. Remove all old twigs, branches and lawn waste and check if the soil is dry and flaky. If it is sopping, one has to wait awhile. Consider a garden grille this spring as a useful home and garden decoration.
Use eye-catching climbers to intertwine the trellis and give character to your garden. It is time to draw out the garden furniture and give it a fresh coat of paint or polish. Bird-bath need to be cleaned and fresh water used. Bring out those Water fountains and statues kept in cold storage out for aeration. Clean out Window boxes and lynching baskets and pack them with soil and mulch in readiness for planting.
Thursday, August 02, 2012
Take a room from so-so to stunning with dramatic lighting. Designer Tracy Morris adds an extra touch of luxury to an elaborate bathroom with a double chandelier.
Repetition is often used to create a unified space. A spiral chandelier echoes the round table in this dining room designed by Lori Dennis.
Classic Meets Contemporary
Mix old with new. Designer Randy Weinstein adds a vintage touch with industrial hanging lights, but keeps the kitchen updated with custom wood cabinetry and white subway tiles.
Have fun with the lampshade. They're easier to switch out than an entire light, making the fixture more adaptable to your space. Designer Christopher Grubb chose a playful silk shade to add a punch of color to this dining area.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Cool blue draperies and cream walls contrast well with the dark brown floors to create a relaxing, contemporary living area. RMSer mdcandela adds interest to the subtle color palette by choosing fabrics like the brown zebra print and adding a soft cream area rug.
This uplifting palette uses fuchsia to add a little passion, while the bright green creates an organic richness to the space. Designer Shelly Riehl David updates the classic color palette of pink and green by using shades of lime and fuchsia.
Neutral colors are the perfect background for a living room. Add accessories in muted shades or bright hues to achieve different looks. Designer Kenneth Brown pairs several shades of brown and tan with muted shades of red and green to create a calming but interesting atmosphere.