Light has a vital role in design and daily life, so you should know how important it is to be able to control the amount of light you want in a particular area. This is where Blackout Roller Blinds comes in. Rooms you may want to consider for blackout blinds are bedroom, home theatre, living and dining areas.
How sweet it is! I have weddings on the mind, you see, my little sister is getting married at the end of the summer and this is what I think about. While looking for different ideas I came upon this happy little theme: Carnival!!! For anyone having a reception in a big white tent, consider the vibrant hues and cheerful accents that go along with this spectacular country fair/ carnival/ circus theme.
Chances are that if you are crafty and like to make pretty things, you probably have a lot of gorgeous buttons, ribbons and beads to make them with. I implore you, do not store these gorgeous items away in boxes, and drawers! Why not enjoy them before they make their way to your next masterpiece. Just look that these pink jade stones by Gathering Splendor on Etsy, if they are tucked away out of site, you may forget you even purchased them in the first place. Pity.
This New Year's Eve, I am preparing for my little girl's second birthday! And since my party flower of choice (peonies) are slightly harder to come by in the middle of the winter, I am going for the next best thing: Tissue Paper Pom Poms. I made several and hung them from the light fixture over the dining room table along with little bird models.
What makes a winter chalet retreat feel cozy and rustic? A neutral palette of greys, black and weathered whites are the perfect backdrop for the natural warmth of wood, and lots of it. This Osler Chalet designed by Connie Braemer won an award of excellence from ARIDO in 2008.