Amberly Shelton dining, 2017-11-05 08:55:58. Dinnerware in grey and black will add a deep, rich element to your fall table, while flowers and greenery provide yet another opportunity to layer on the color. Don‘t be afraid of a saturated look. Fall holidays are all about celebrating nature‘s bounty, so take your cues from the vibrant leaves outside. Plus, this season‘s top hues are more understated than radiant, so use them freely without the worry of overwhelming your table.
Barbie Castro bedroom, 2017-05-10 04:28:08. Your bedroom shouldn't just be the place where you sleep. Ideally, the space should feel like somewhere you want to spend your free time. One easy way to achieve that is by adding a seating area that you can use when you don't feel like lounging in bed.
Amberly Shelton bedroom, 2017-05-05 04:22:13. Sometimes choosing a theme for a room can be the best inspiration for getting it to feel exactly how you'd like it. For bedrooms, one great theme is going with a country vibe that will make you forget the bustle of life outside the bedroom door. Keep the walls sunny and bright by choosing a pale yellow paint color and decorate with landscape photographs and light wooden furniture. Use antique touches, like a delicate chandelier and curvy nightstands to make sure the room doesn't feel too old-fashioned or frumpy.
Barbie Castro dining, 2017-05-13 03:07:32. Richly Neutral tones take center stage in our second featured palette, but these neutrals are anything but dull. Just as layering black and grey can create a rich, dark look, layering neutrals such as grey and beige can add depth to your table. Don’t hesitate to pile on the greenery and produce for a bountiful feel. Start by choosing a tablecloth that will create an intriguing backdrop. Will the neutral tone be deep grey, or a lighter shade such as taupe or stone?
Hazell Patton Patton bedroom, 2017-05-04 04:22:08. Have you noticed how color can affect your mood? When considering bedroom paint ideas, the right bedroom paint color choice will make a huge difference in how you feel. Famous psychotherapist Carl Jung famously pioneered the concept of color psychology. He was interested in colors' properties and meanings and believed that colorful art had the potential as a tool for psychotherapy.
Calinda Ortega Ortega bedroom, 2017-05-03 04:22:01. There's a reason why people associate the sea with tranquility and relaxation: the colors of the seaside-pale blues and beige-are naturally soothing for your body and mind. You will be able to relax more easily when you feel like you're in a natural setting that reflects the essence of the oceans. Paint your walls a soft blue and layer natural textures on your bed in order to recreate the look and feel of the seaside. Keep your floors raw and simple, and use weathered pieces of furniture to give your bedroom a timeless feel.
Candy Swanson Swanson bedroom, 2017-05-08 04:22:54. Back in the Victorian age, bold patterns were all the rage (in the bedroom and everywhere else in the home). If you're craving a more dramatic aesthetic, look for bold wallpapers as either an accent wall or an all-around covering. Find a duvet cover that has patterns in the similar colors to complement the look. When using bold patterns, go with vivid colors like bright reds, yellows, blues or oranges; this helps make the patterns pop and gives your bedroom a distinctive look and feel.
Amberly Shelton dining, 2017-05-12 03:07:24. This Oven-to-Table Entertaining Platter from Uncommon Goods features a soapstone platter with a wooden caddy. Bonus: the platter can be chilled or heated before serving time to ensure that the food stays at its proper temperature: For another oven-to-table piece from Uncommon Goods, check out this Soapstone Pot with Copper Handle. Once again, we celebrate the temperature regulating properties of soapstone, this time enhanced by the elegant accent of hammered copper. Perfect for fall!
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