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- Posted on January 16, 2011 | No CommentsIf you are redecorating and looking for a new focal point for your living room, look no farther. Use an indoor water fountain for a focal point to create a uniquely energetic feeling.
- Posted on August 16, 2010 | No CommentsThe Georgian period has a great influence on how we arrange our homes today and is, in fact, the basis for the currently popular English country house style. A combination of perfect proportions, symmetry and harmony is hard to resist for long.
- Posted on July 2, 2010 | No CommentsAn excellent interior design professional is as important to a remodeling project as a builder is to a new home construction. If you decide to work with one, the designer should bring a wealth of experience and product knowledge to the table to help you with your remodeling or new home construction.
- Posted on June 17, 2010 | No CommentsThis book is a new and well-timed resource for any 1960s enthusiast who seeks to recreate this innovative, and once again extremely cool look in their own retro home.
- Posted on June 17, 2010 | No CommentsThe colours black and white have for centuries represented inimitable luxury and unparalleled glamour. Think of tuxedos and little black dresses, or beautifully styled interiors featuring a mix of high white period ceilings and black, mid-century modern furniture. Designers have known about the power of this impeccable pairing for years. "Design in Black & White" features the cool beauty and crisp, graphic edge of these two tones, and celebrates the design of world's most popular but understated shades.
- Posted on June 17, 2010 | No CommentsThis portfolio of reusable stencils, project instructions, and photographs lets DIY designers embellish walls, furniture, and more with cool custom patterns. Whether it's glam chain motifs on a wall or bold geometrics on a bathroom back splash, these durable and recyclable stencils make a big impact. Each design is meant to be tiled - simply line up each corner's registration marks to get a paint-your-own wallpaper effect. It's a quick, unique, affordable way to achieve the latest look in interior decor.
- Posted on June 16, 2010 | No CommentsSo your interested in Interior Design? Well have you ever wondered about the history? This book (a must-read) titled 'A History of Interior Design' by John F. Pile, is a great starting point for anyone interested in a career with interior design, or perhaps for for those looking at it for a hobby, or perhaps a starting point for that next DIY project.