Tag: home decor
The 2014 home, according to this new infographic from Glasstilestore.com, has certain buzzwords and and rules of thumb. If you want a handy guide on which colors, patterns, textures, use of space, and the kind of appliances and decor to go for, this would be it.
Want to add a bit of “fall” flavor to your home decor? The Picket Fence has you covered, from color recommendations to entryway advice and indoor product suggestions.
If you’re looking for classic style from a bygone age, the glamorous Art Deco era of the 1920s and 1930s works brilliantly in interior design. With its bold geometric shapes and strong colors, you can tailor your style to be as modern or retro as you like. Take a look at this infographic for inspiration and ideas, to help inject some razzmatazz into your home.
Yellow means decays, purple means wealth and blue means loyalty. Does this remind you of someone? Maybe your favorite television characters from “Breaking Bad.” In this infographic, Terrys Fabrics explores the psychology of the Breaking Bad home.
The psychology of color states that certain colors are suited to certain rooms in your home. Feng shui can balance the energies of your home. Learn all about the psychology of a happier home in the following infographic by Woodyatt Curtains.
This infographic from 27estore gives you an idea about wood interior doors and how their demand is increasing. It provides information about their projected growth trajectory and also gives you a look into different designs of the doors.
Colors create the mood and style of your home, whether casual, elegant, modern, classic or eclectic. Color is only one home decorating trend that changes each season and we want to keep your home in vogue for 2013. These new home decor trends for 2013 can complement your unique style as this infographic from Blindsgalore.com simply illustrates.
According to the Mayan calendar, the world as we know it will cease to exist on December 21, 2012 when all the planets in our solar system align. And whether you’ve spent the last five years preparing a bomb-resistant apocalypse bunker in your backyard or have completely brushed the Maya off as a bunch of crazies, next Friday should be celebrated in style. And what more apropos style is there than that of the doom-predicting Maya themselves?
When buying things for your home, or anything for that matter, quality is more important than price. You will be happier and healthier in the long run. Check out this infographic presented by Danmer to learn more
Everyone wants their homes to look nice. Whether it be painted or mosaic walls, rich, ornate furniture or bright, bold prints, people through the ages have decorated their homes to improve home décor, and in that respect, not much has changed since cavemen painted their caves. How have and people their homes through the ages?