When building a basement
Giving the space volume and new perspectives, so the role of indoor lighting is to "dress up" the setting, to bring out certain details, to attract attention or create a certain type of atmosphere. General lighting is designed to evenly distribute light in a room and/or concentrate light to different points of interest. There are many choices if lighting designs but because of minimal ceiling heights in basements the main fixture used is the Hi-hat or canister light. This hi-hat is installed inside the ceiling cavity and is only noticeable from it's outward facing finish. As a main luminescent source, these must be chosen in order to satisfy the requirements of the role of the room. The basement is usually low on natural brightness. Unless you plan on spending a lot to get regular sized windows installed the lighting choices and designs should be deployed to make up for the lack of natural brightness.
Backyard. Published at Saturday, October 06th 2018, 14:53:00 PM by Shelby G.
Cast Iron Plant
Autumn Joy, Matrona and the Postman are all top varieties of sedum that can withstand the harshest environment and long periods of drought. Autumn Joy and Matrona have thick, fleshy green leaves that store available water for the plants to use in the future. In the summer and fall the plants brighten up the desert landscape with colorful sprays of pink and red flowers.
Bedroom. Published at Saturday, October 06th 2018, 14:52:59 PM by Shelby G.
Your bed is the space in your room that is totally yours
It's important that your bedding be comfortable, and that you love it. Lots of pillows (and maybe even a stuffed animal) are good to snuggle with, and can help support you if you like to study or use your tablet or laptop in bed. If you think about how much time you spend in your room now, and add the other rooms in your house that you spend time in, you'll get the idea: the dorm room becomes your living room, as well as your bedroom and office.
Backyard. Published at Friday, October 05th 2018, 15:01:16 PM by Shelby G. Quick Front Porch Decorating Guide - The Key to Easy Decorating Ideas!
We get asked often the question "What can I do to decorate my porch without a lot of effort?" Or, "I'm not a great decorator, what easy decorating ideas do you have that looks great?" Front porch decorating is much like decorating any room of your home. Think four things: color, theme, focal point and purpose.
How will you use your porch the most? Will it be a gathering place for relaxing in the evening? Perhaps you want a place to listen to music or share an intimate glass of wine? Will you be entertaining on your porch? Do you want to create a private nook for reading or writing? Knowing how you will use your porch will help you select the right furniture and accessories.
Backyard. Published at Friday, October 05th 2018, 14:53:03 PM by Shelby G.
Living room. Published at Friday, October 05th 2018, 14:52:58 PM by Shelby G.
Decide on which part of the living room to use as your focal points in designing it. This tip is most useful to people with large living rooms. The focal points are important to be decided upon since it will make decorating your living room a lot less tedious.
2. Choose Your Lounging or Hang Out Area
Decor. Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018, 15:00:59 PM by Shelby G.
Lighting plays an equally important part of French decorating, including the use of chandeliers and traditional French sconce lighting. Using colors, textures, lighting, furniture and some choice accenting accessories, you can give yourself the warm rustic look and feel of French country decor.
When it comes to the basic components of a French country home, keep in mind what creates the warmth and inviting feeling. Many French homes are colored in deep, rich colors and decorated with furniture that is as ornate as a work of art. Combine this with the accents of wonderful French urns, lamps and other accessories to help complete the look and feel of rustic home decor.
Decor. Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018, 14:37:36 PM by Shelby G.
Here are a few quick tips before you get started on your own unique ornaments. Instead of making a pattern you can also use cookie cutters to get your desired shape to. These ornaments can be a little messy especially if your little ones are helping, so you will want to have Que tips on hand in case you squeeze out to much puffy paint on your ornament. Que tips are always great for those quick fixes. You can also use other materials instead of cork board to make your ornaments for example: felt, cardboard or even scraps of wood, no need to run out and buy some cork board if you don't have any on hand. Get creative and see what you have lying around the house you will be surprised at what you can find to make fabulous ornaments.
Cork boardPenScissorshole puncherPuffy paintRibbon
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