Making Small Interior Design Changes
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Making Small Interior Design Changes

Sometimes when people think about transforming the interior design of their home, they think about large, sweeping changes like furniture, paint, and flooring. However, some home design challenges are all about making small, calculated decisions. For example, a simple white orchid might make your entryway look more distinguished, and a nice area rug might help your sofa to stand out. My blog is dedicated to interior design, so that you can make decisions that work well for your lifestyle. Check out these tips for ways to make your home truly unique. You never know, it might help you to make your home more welcoming.


Making Small Interior Design Changes

  • 7 Advantages Of Interior Wood Window Shutters

    22 October 2015

    Wood window shutters are significantly more common on the exterior than in the interior of homes. Nevertheless, having wood shutters installed inside the house provides several advantages. Consider those advantages as you make decisions about decorative and functional coverings for your windows. 1. Easy Cleaning Curtains and drapes can be regularly cleaned to a certain extent with a vacuum cleaner hose. However, they eventually must be washed in a machine or by hand, and some require dry-cleaning.

  • How To Use The Characteristics Of Western Décor Without Sacrificing Your Modern Look And Feel

    29 September 2015

    Many people enjoy rustic, western décor, but not everybody is ready to go "all in" on a country western aesthetic. That's fine. You can still maintain your modern sensibilities while incorporating some western décor to give it more character. Here are a few ideas to get you started. Understand the Characteristics of Western Décor Understanding the underlying characteristics that define western décor can help you pick and choose the elements that appeal to you most.

  • 2 Simple Ways To Prevent Your Hardwood Floors From Getting Damaged

    17 September 2015

    Hardwood flooring used to be associated only with high-end homes, but many homeowners are now upgrading the flooring in their own homes to hardwood. If you have recently invested in a new hardwood floor, you likely want to maintain the pristine look that accompanies a freshly installed floor. Here are two simple things you can do to prevent your hardwood floors from getting damaged in the future. 1. Keep your pet's nails trimmed.