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Posted by on Apr 25, 2014 in Decor | 0 comments

Home Decor Ideas For Your Kids’ Rooms

Home Decor Ideas For Your Kids’ Rooms

If you have already bought property in navi Mumbai for your family, then you must be wondering about how to decorate the children’s rooms. That is a tricky business as it must be something that your children love and would be comfortable living in. They will be really excited to get their own room. Points to remember The first thing to do is to as your child about how they see their room, and what are the things that they want? Once you know what your child wants, you will have to visualise the idea and put it down on paper. A lot of the conceptualising will also depend on the kind of budget that you will have dedicated to the room. Also, one very important thing to keep in mind is that your children’s tastes will change over the years, as they keep growing. So it is better not to make any hugely expensive and structural changes which will have to be pulled down when your child’s a...

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Posted by on Apr 24, 2014 in Decor | 0 comments

Top Tips On Taking Care Of A Wool Throw Or Blanket

Top Tips On Taking Care Of A Wool Throw Or Blanket

Anyone who has owned one will attest to just how great a wool throw or blanket is in comparison to a synthetic variant. Wool’s natural properties make it breathable yet warm, and keep away all manner of unwanted bacteria elements. Buying a wool throw from a shop such as The Wool Room therefore will give you that extra level of security and comfort. The obvious downside of a wool throw is in taking care of it however. That is, until you read this handy guide and realise it’s not all that difficult when you think about it. Follow these handy tips and you’ll have a woollen throw that lasts a life time, and you’ll never take another look at a synthetic blanket again. If Only I Read The Label! We’ve all been there at some point in our lives. A favourite item of clothing shrunken to Barbie and Ken size due to simply failing to read the instructions. Your wool throw is just the same and your first port...

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Posted by on Apr 19, 2014 in Decor | 0 comments

Little Ones Need Big Plans: Decor For Kids

Little Ones Need Big Plans: Decor For Kids

Designing a home tailored to your own needs can be challenging but if you’ve got children, then you’ve got to make a whole different environment which can allow them to be children, express themselves and grow without their environment inhibiting them in any way possible. This may seem simple, after all, we were all children once and we may think that our experiences as children give us sufficient knowledge to plonk in certain elements which can make the home more child friendly. This could not be further from the truth. Spaces for children need to be thought out with more detail and precision than spaces for adults and if you’re buying a new home in Malad, you should seriously think about how you want your child’s room to be. For this reason, the following article provides a few tips on how to make a room suited to a child. These tips range from decor, paint, furnishings and even some interesting ideas which can stimulate the creativity of a child....

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Posted by on Apr 18, 2014 in Decor, Home interiors | 0 comments

Tips for Establishing Mood through Lighting

Tips for Establishing Mood through Lighting

The lighting in your home can bring together all the elements of your design and style. This part of interior design is often neglected by homeowners, but when it is done right it can make all the difference to how your home feels and looks. A room which contains beautiful furniture, paintings and a great colour scheme can come across as dingy with poor lighting. If a room has too many light sources or different types of lighting then it can become too bright and uncomfortable to sit in. However a room which is well lit can enhance the atmosphere and accentuate certain parts of the décor, and this is what you want to achieve from your lighting.   Wall and Ceiling Lights   Before you begin decorating and furnishing it is a wise idea to make a plan for the lighting in each room. This will include establishing how many light sources are required in each room along with the type. Different lighting types serve different purposes, so,...

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Posted by on Apr 18, 2014 in Decor | 0 comments

Connecting Rooms With Colour

Connecting Rooms With Colour

When selecting a colour scheme for the home, one of the biggest mistakes that people make is focusing on their rooms individually, rather than considering the entire house as a whole. By connecting rooms with colour, you’ll create a continuity and balance that makes for a far more relaxing and harmonious space. But the benefits don’t end there.   What Are The Real Benefits?   Connecting the rooms in your home through colour has many advantages. The most noticeable difference you’ll see is an aesthetic continuity that extends throughout the whole living space; instead of seeing each room as a separate entity, you’ll instead create a space that feels more complete. This doesn’t mean that you have to use exactly the same colours throughout the whole house though; but selective repetition of colour creates a scheme that is far more pleasing on the eye. Not only this, but linking through colour actually makes the house feel larger as well. Whereas competing colour schemes will create a sense of boundaries...

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Posted by on Apr 18, 2014 in Decor | 0 comments

The Hidden Art of Décor: Why the Finish Matters most

The Hidden Art of Décor: Why the Finish Matters most

The UK property market has been peaking for some time now, with London in particular blazing a trail in both the domestic and international markets. With this trend set to continue unabated for the foreseeable future, there are likely to be a high number of real estate transactions in terms of both residential and commercial properties. As a consequence of this, home-owners are likely to spend more on remodelling their houses in the coming months, either with a view to maximising resale value or modifying the space to suit their precise needs. Crossing the Finish Line: When a House becomes a Home Refurbishing your home is a unique and costly past-time, however, and one that is subject to several strange anomalies in the modern age. More specifically, it is unusual because you can undermine months of hard work with a poor quality finish, which should theoretically be the easiest part of the project to complete. So while stripping an interior, selecting materials and fabricating the space may account for...

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