Today in Decoration Sundays: rustic style through wood paneling, bright fireplaces, pollen green around your house, and plaids everywhere.
Wood panelling is a classic way of decorating your walls. It has its advantages as it helps to insulate the room and also cover any uneven surfaces but it can look very dated and be more expensive than other types of wall treatments such as wallpaper or paint.
Fortunately there is a new trend that is emerging that renovates the traditional wood panelling look and helps lower its costs: using reclaimed wood. You don’t necessarily need to use reclaimed wood but using it will help the environment and it’s going to be cheaper. Also the advantage of using this type of material is that the look is going to be very unique and different: one of a kind. Not two walls are going to look the same as the materials are all going to be unique and very different.
There are other things that will make panelling more modern, such as using it in just one wall. Jump to the article to see all the photos and learn more about this type of wall covering.
In Ireland many, many houses have a fireplace and it’s a fantastic feature that instantly creates a focal point in any room and helps to decorate it. A working fireplace will not only add a focus to your room but also warm it in winter. But unfortunately sometimes people find it difficult to decorate houses with fireplaces.
This is the article you are looking for either if you have difficulty decorating your rooms or just want inspiration to do it. It presents several different types of fireplaces and decor to go along as well as giving ideas when you don’t have one but want to create that focal point they create.
Go to the article to read more and get inspired.
And colour is a great way, as well, of creating a focal point. A splash of bright colour in a contrasting colour can do wonders for any space. And in this article they will help you use pollen green to go with the bright colours of the summer.
You can introduce this colour in many different ways in your decor. You can paint your entrance door with it like in the photo above, you can use it in your shower walls to help you wake up in the mornings, use accessories in that shade, etc. The possibilities are endless and it’s a very bright and cheerful colour to have around you in your house.
Jump to the article to read more and see all the photos using this colour in the house decor.
And we finish with a classic pattern: plaid. Tartan, plaids can look a bit old and dated. Very wintery. But careful choices and mixing them with other patterns will provide you a very modern look and not at all winter like.
Plaids being a geometric pattern can be mixed with other patterns quite easily and used in the right amount and in the right colours will look wonderful in any house. The trick with them is not overdoing them. Too much tartan in your decor and you will suddenly have all the Scotish clans in your house. But a little bit used in either your upholstery, accessories, carpets, or even as a wallpaper will make any room warm and cozy.
Jump to the article to see all the examples and get inspired by the photos.
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