floral decor

floral decor

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Florals

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By: Jennifer

With Spring and Summer fast approaching – thank goodness! – it is the perfect time to discuss how to tie in the beauty of floral motifs to any style of decor.

Firstly, traditional style decor, which usually includes a lot of detailed and decorative wood work and grand antique style furniture.  This look often uses over-sized heavy drapery as a window treatment.  A great alternative to this would be the Ballet Classic Panel Roman Shade.  This will give the windows a timeless and elegant look while keeping the windows feeling light.

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SPRING FLING!

By: Asha

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With spring in the air, and renovation
s on the go a great way to spruce up a room is changing the wall colour, accesories, and the blinds. This season floral patterns are all the lastest trend, whether it’s clothing or decor. Choosing a neutral ballet pattern in a window treatment, will

simply enhance the space. Updating the walls to a fresh color will make all the difference. If you want to create a bold look in your space throw in a pop of colour by adding an accent wall or bright floral toss cushions to your sofa.

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Florals, Not Just Your Grandmother’s Couch Anymore

By: Karen

WV-Palau-li-015_cmykBack in the days when we were growing up, the only floral prints that you saw, generally were on the upholstery of one of your older relative’s furniture.  It wasn’t really decorative; it was just there.  A lot of times there were multiple patterns in the same room, and it just ended up looking busy.  Luckily, times have changed, and floral print furniture is a lot less common, and a lot harder to find.

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Apartment Update

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By: Karen

I went through a phase about a year ago where I really was in love with the new, clean, modern look.  I redid my entire living room, from top to bottom with this in mind.  I guess it really was a good thing, because the modern feel does not allow for any clutter, so it really forced me to clean and get rid of a lot of unnecessary things I had collected over the years.  But, a year later, I’m kind of bored.  I went with all neutral colors, beige couches, and dark wood furniture, and it’s really not an exciting place to spend time.

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