Colours for splashbacks, floors & more….
We love to see our designs printed on glass. The colour definition and quality of print just seem to completely match with the geometric style we strive for. Glass and square-y just seem to gel so well. The growing range of coloured glass splashback designs for kitchens we add our designs to always gives us goosebumps when we see the finished articles!
Looking for a little inspiration in using colour in your home decor, read on for a brief guide on the hows and whys.
The creative aspect involved in planning your own personal interior decorating of your home decor can be a personal and exciting adventure. There are many ideas content you can pick up all over the place, simply by reading magazines and books or culling Internet sites for ideas. Some of the ones we found were simple, such as buying 50-metre rolls of artist canvas and having your children use finger paint to paint their own rooms on large swathes of the canvas.
There are so many ideas and possibilities to render your home decor to be exactly what you want to be, all it takes is a little research and creativity, and an eye on your budget.
Some of the best ideas cost little to do and are very classy or esoteric.
One of the things you might want to do to make the most of your interior space while buying furniture for your new home decor is to measure the rooms involved. Draw to a scale on graph paper; used 1/4″ to 1-foot scale to represent the demarcations involved in this approach to fitting furniture into your remodeled spaces.
You can turn many pieces of furniture into new creations with such things as slipcovers for your headboard and foot or on your bed. Giving your home decor its own personality that goes with yours is the ultimate goal.
Are you one of the rustic or modern, classic or bohemian? The endless choices present themselves in many different ways, but you have to find and look in order to get what you want, and the whole thing is a process of discovery. It goes without saying that you want your home to reflect how you feel and your lifestyle, and be livable for you on an everyday basis, with an emphasis on comfort and beauty.
It goes without saying that you want your home to reflect how you feel and your lifestyle. It also needs to be habitable and match your life on an everyday basis, with an emphasis on comfort and beauty.
The best things you can do for yourself is to educate yourself in interior design basics. Get a few books out of the library on the subject, hunt down information and articles and websites online. This will allow you to be the consumer that you need to be and help answer why you went down the routes of your desire for your home decor.
An educated consumer will always get the best results. Unless you want to hire someone to do so for you, finding out all about the subject and educating yourself somewhat is indispensable.
Anyway, back to the shiny coloured splashbacks and modern fresh geometric patterned floor ideas!