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Looking to update your kitchen, bathroom, mudroom, or laundry room, perhaps? Do you like natural products? Do you prefer natural, organic shapes? Are you looking for a new way to decorate your bathroom floor, shower walls, kitchen backsplash or outdoor shower floors? Then, decorating with pebble rock tiles may be for you! Read the complete article...



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  • Buying Down Duvets - Need to Knows If you are like me, you love the feel, comfort, warmth and look of a down duvet comforter. After having one for several years now, I can’t imagine sleeping without it. If you are in the market to buy a down comforter, here are a few things you should know before you make that purchase.


  • The Retro Kitchen Design Trend The formal and elegant style of the English country decorating is very These days kitchen décor comes in all colors, sizes and eras. The newest trend in kitchens today is the retro kitchen design look. Painted cabinets, glass knobs, and vintage linens combined with new appliances that have a retro look can give you a unique and functional kitchen.


  • English Country Kitchen Decorating The formal and elegant style of the English country decorating is very popular in many kitchens today. If you like the look of formal but neutral colors along with toile and floral pattern fabrics, formal furniture and antique accessories then you might want to consider this decorating scheme for your kitchen. The tips below will help you get the feeling of the English countryside in your home.


  • The Art of Decorating Walls The art of decorating a wall requires more skill than learning how to pick wallpaper and pictures. Most people believe that all they need to do is hang a picture and they are finished. The rules of interior design that govern furniture placement, window treatments, and art will also apply to wall decorating.


  • French Country Kitchen Decorating When designing a kitchen, most people focus tightly on organization and efficiency. While those truly are important considerations, don't forget to give your kitchen a personality as well as functionality. One classic kitchen decorating theme is the French country look.


  • Form & Function in Kitchen Design Once, the kitchen was considered merely the room where food was prepared. Today for many families who love to cook, the kitchen is the center of the home. Kitchens have become the less enclosed and more open to the rest of the home. Many homeowners choose to make the kitchen both functional and stylish.


  • Caring for Exotic Area Rugs The global community has decreased in size. The most popular rugs finding their way into people's homes are rugs from Peru, Navaho rugs, Indian rugs, and the ever-popular Persian rugs. Homeowners bring home exotic rugs as mementoes of vacations, to remember a special time in their lives, or to bring a touch of the exotic to their homes.


  • Feng Shui - Positive Spring Cleaning As the earth renews itself each Spring, many of us (well, at least a few of us) feel the urge to heed one of the season's age-old rituals - spring cleaning. This year, don't think of spring cleaning as an unpleasant chore. Instead, realize that it's an opportunity to use the principles of Feng Shui to determine what things really benefit your home and what things do not.


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  • Distinctive Design - Antique Architectural Doors and Artifacts Restoring old historical homes gives the design and architectural potential to add character with reclaimed architectural doors and salvaged woods. The quality and workmanship of traditional and authentic Haveli doors, handcrafted in teak wood in old world designs, elaborately carved headers and finials, these beautiful majestic doors from the past can be fully integrated into urban interiors. Exteriors get a much needed facelift with older architectural features. Real woods, authentic antique materials and vintage home decor create a new energy field needed to rejuvenate an old property adding character and transforming boring into extraordinary.


  • Rustic Modern Interiors and Furniture The rustic-modern interior trend is a welcome change from vintage rustic taking a break from the fussiness about aesthetics. Rustic exposed unfinished beams and brick walls with natural wood or stone floors furnished with antique furniture and natural fabrics. That's a style I enjoy exploring. Incorporating rustic elements into our homes in a casually sophisticated ways such as using an antique door as a headboard. The key here is the display. Open up the doors so that the two door panels hand on either side of the frame and hang a beautiful iron lantern to complete the design. Simple iron nightstands and a long trunk at the end of the bed with hand woven artisan crafted bed linen. The idea is to be understated. Rustic patina mirrors sit over a long dresser witha contemporary modern chair defines the look.


  • Transitional Style Interiors - Sophisticated Mogul Transitional interiors have the best of both worlds: traditional and contemporary.Staying within the familiar realm of tradition but making it perky with fresh new ideas. Traditional architecture and designs carry a beautiful appeal and when freshened up they stand out as even more classic. An updated historic home carries its character yet the contemporary furnishings give it a modern edge.


  • Rustic Refined Mediterranean Luxury Interiors Designing your home in Mediterranean rustic style brings to mind bright summer days, arched cusped doorways, rustic vintage wooden furniture, rough patinas and imperfect neutral colors. Old wrought iron is used throughout the home. A beautiful old teak balcony railing accents the unfinished wooden ceiling beams. A boldly beautiful statement that is repeated in the fireplace mantel which is made from reclaimed old antique doors and arches, studded with iron medallions.


  • Understanding Handrail Construction and Terminology If you are in the process of remodeling or designing a new home then chances are you are going to need some handrails for your stairs. In this article we will cover basic terminology to help you communicate with your architect or designer easier.


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