When it comes to neutrals, there is a new shade that has been a hot shade for several years now. Grey, once associated with dreariness and gloominess, has now gained popularity among top interior designers and architects. Since grey has more depth than white, it helps create a sophisticated backdrop for your home.
Metal has been a major trend for a while now. And by metal, we don’t mean virtuosic tunes of Black Sabbath or Metallica. We’re talking about metal shades and hues that are finding their way to interior designer’s most ritzy look: metallic home décor. Inspired from fashion runways around the world, they are a major trend in home décor today– from furniture to accessories to wall paint.
Pantone recently announced its colour of the year 2020 —Classic Blue. After a vibrant colour in 2019 and purple and violet tones in 2018, this hue will dictate colour trends in home décor, fashion, beauty and even food in the coming year. Classic Blue happens to be a favourite for interior designers since it is a colour you can easily rely on. As a matter of fact, Pantone’s colour choice of the year embarks the gradual return to traditional decorating styles for home décor.
Painting your home walls is the quickest way to spruce up your home interiors. If you don’t have a plan in your mind and follow the guidelines aimlessly, it could turn out to be a disaster. Looking for wall painting ideas? Follow these 10 steps to painting your home walls like a pro.
In our last few series of blog posts, we spoke about everything you need to know before painting your house, designs and colours to inspire you and secrets of a perfect paint job. Now that the task of painting your house is covered, let’s talk about a few maintenance tips that can help you extend the life of your paint.
It’s quite prevalent to see souvenirs from vacations displayed proudly in people’s homes as décor pieces.
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