Traditional Home Design:
Traditional furniture & home décor has thrived for so long and with reason! Although the traditional style is stale and outdated, a look that reflects the past preserves a sense of familiarity and comfort. Traditional deemed rooms emphasize formal arrangements which encourage conversation, with curvy furniture that avoids sharp angles and neutral colors that do not make a large statement. Instead, beauty is found in the finishing touches, such as molding and trims. If a piece is not timeless, then it is not graceful enough to fit in this type of décor! Here is a traditional home décor video to help you get started.
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Want to make your bedroom look more lavish? Then add some instant boudoir grandeur with a beautiful upholstered headboard for your bed. You definitely can’t go wrong with a little button-tufting or nailhead detail. Believe it or not, this one element will pump up the interest in a neutral bedroom, where some lively features are much needed to create a perfect balance. Upholstered headboards will be all the rage in 2017. They come in a variety of styles. Choose the one that best suits your personal style, so your bedroom can become your serenity haven. Let’s take a look at a few specific designs;
Wood & upholstery combination:
has all the markings of a modern masterpiece. The cherry grain outer frame oozes with extravagance and shapes the upholstered portion of the headboard. The contrast between both colors creates a dramatic statement. This headboard is perfect who prefer a little flair to their décor.
Hollywood regency tufting:
Looking for that Hollywood regency glam in your bedroom
? This tufted faux leather Alamadyre
headboard makes a sophisticated statement, as it is accented with faux crystals for a touch of sheen. It screams glamour. Its clean and sleek lines make it a highly tasteful piece.
Contemporary upholstered bed:
The contemporary style upholstered bed
is sure to awaken a platform for modern styling with a softer side. The fully upholstered headboard is plush to touch and easy on the eyes with its beautiful beige woven fabric and button tufting. This look will emanate a calming mood you long for in your bedroom. Get your serenity now!
Clearly, upholstered headboards are gaining major popularity as they add a feeling of richness and grandeur in your bedroom. Aside from including a popular trend in your bedroom, the focus will be in the right area, on the most important piece of furniture in the space!
Every year in the Spring, the color palette changes. Trends come and go based around these colors, and we tend to shift our home decor, furniture, and overall design themes as a result. It’s incredible, the amount of influence something as simple as a color palette can have, but it also makes a huge statement as to what we find appealing at any given time.
This year, of course, is no different. Pantone has been the standard for upcoming color trends for years. They release a ‘color of the year’ that defines trends for 365 days at a time. But, they also release color palette predictions based on seasons.
For the upcoming Spring season, it’s all about getting back to the natural beauty that surrounds us in different ways. Spring is a time for vibrancy, and appreciating nature. Pantone’s upcoming Spring colors absolutely reflect those moods. They’re taking a page from Mother Nature’s book with colors like Pale Dogwood, Greenery, and Niagara. More subdued and familiar tones like Kale, Hazelnut, and Lapis Blue also make the cut, blending the natural coloring surrounding us with comfortable items we’re familiar with.
What better time to appreciate the beauty of the natural world than in a blooming, flourishing Spring? Niagara will lead the color palette as the ‘it’ color for the season. It’s denim-like blue reflects an idea of relaxation, comfort, and familiarity. All of the great colors that make the ‘top ten’ list for the season are designed to do exactly the same. So, as you take a look around you this Spring, and try to decide which color palette to focus on for your home. Take a page from Pantone’s book, to select on trend poufs, picture frames, rugs, throws and other decorative pieces that reflect these color palettes. Not only will you be on trend, but nature’s color palette will find its way into your home!
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