Interior decorating normally follows a set rule i.e. once you start decorating in a certain theme or style it should be followed throughout the room. But then what happens to the home decor items that your friend gifted last Christmas or the beautiful chandelier your grandmother gifted you or that stylish 3 piece wall artthat you picked up from the thrift shop? Just because these items do not fall within the decorating style you are following does not mean that you should never use it. In fact, a creative interior designer should be able to blend a few off-style designs with the theme that is followed in the room without creating a cluttered look.
If you are to name a room in your house that may not be put to use 365 days a year but needs the utmost care and attention in decorating and maintaining, then it is the guest bedroom. The guest bedroom should not only be modern and functional but should also be welcoming. It should create a visual impression in the mind of visitors that they feel like staying back and enjoying your hospitality and friendliness. Here are few simple tips for decorating a warm and cordial guest bedroom.
What makes a bedroom glamorous? Is it expensive cots with detailed and elaborate carvings or chandeliers with beautiful crystal droplets hanging from it or is it the presence of unique metal wall art that add to the glamour quotient of a bedroom? All of this definitely creates a style statement in your room. But what most people neglect is how beautiful and stylish headboards can change the overall appearance of the bedroom.
The light and glossy rock - marble- has long been associated with flooring. In fact, there was a time when marble was considered to be such an integral part of flooring that one could hardly imagine using any other material. But times have changed. Even though marble is still popular as a flooring option there are many other ways in which marble can be incorporated in modern home decor to accentuate the beauty and glamour of the room.
You can be a professional at decorating or you can be an amateur. While experience provides a professional with innumerable decorating ideas, an amateur will be at a loss as to where to start and where to end. Whatever the state you are in, there are certain mistakes in home decor which are likely to be made irrespective of your experience level. These are mistakes which should be avoided at all cost. Here are few of those must avoid mistakes.