Actually going to use our decorations and find some more to get the look we booth like. We've moved so many times that the last place I literally never fully unpacked even after 4 years living there. Now that we've found the home we belong in.. we are actually going to decorate and make it home!! Just the 3 of us!
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To warm up a cold north-facing room use those colours on the warm side of the colour wheel. Use orange in its paler values such as peach or apricot. Use pale reds or pale yellows.
An eclectic Copenhagen apartment with attitude
Hello there! I hope you had a great weekend? I arrived in Finland last night, and am sooo excited (once again, any Helsinki tips so welcom...
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Ariel found herself in a situation familiar to many an Apartment Therapy reader; a great idea, great taste and the limits of being in a rental. With a little millwork, paint and a weekend Ariel was able to make her living room dreams a reality. From Ariel: We live in a rental (Military Housing here in Canada) so we’re not allowed to do anything that can’t be un-done when we move out.
Many individuals have got a modest rooms that we wish to make seem larger. Employing lighting colors will help make any room a a lot less-confined sensation. Darkish hues absorb accessible light and will decrease the size of a space away from.
Whether you’re moving in to a new space or have been staring at the same old rooms for many years now, you’re undoubtedly scratching your head over how to get started with new home decor. There are a myriad of possibilities to choose from, and the time and monetary investment required means you’ll need to...