Product DescriptionDecorating Without Fear is the step by step, how-to book that will allow even the least gifted person to create their perfect home environment. Everyone wants a beautiful home that reflects their personality and is a true sanctuary and retreat for their family. While some people have an innate understanding as to how they can create a beautiful room and others have the cash to hire a decorator, many more are intimidated and unable to seek help. This book takes the fear out of decorating and allows you to achieve a beautiful home that is right for you. It addresses the big questions to determine what type of environment best fits your personality through a trademarked color test and provides step-by-step instructions that will allow you to achieve just that.
In this video I will show you to decorate your school locker and personalize it to show off your personality. I used the “Ugly Doll” theme for this idea and with the help of Print Artist, i copied Ugly Dolls from Google Images and made some clouds to make the dolls say funny little quotes. Please use my ideas and make them your own. Have fun with your kids and use things they love.
Items needed: Print Artist, craft paper, double sided tape, heavy duty magnets, dry erase board, markers, paper cutter, Letters, and whatever else works for you.
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Interior Designers are key buyers for the High Point Market, where organizers plan special events and seminars that target the designer segment. Renowned designer and blogger Tobi Fairley gives us a whirlwind tour of her “day in the life” of the world’s home for home furnishings.
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Product DescriptionJettison the old rulebooks about home décor and “undecorate” your space. As the founder and creative director of DwellStudio—which is famous for its brightly colored, graphic textile designs for home furnishings—designer Christiane Lemieux challenges tradition in a quintessentially American way, championing a fresh, unconventional approach to creating a beautiful and comfortable home. Lemieux emboldens readers to push aside stuffy, professionally-designed décor, showing them instead how to infuse their own personality into their home.
Undecorate profiles twenty homes from all over the country, revealing their owners’ love of imperfection and penchant for surprise and unusual juxtapositions while inspiring readers to follow their own whimsy and practicalities in their personal spaces. An anglophile creates an English manor in Hollywood, mixing British flea-market finds with midcentury furniture. A car fanatic turns a vintage Airstream trailer into a master bedroom and situates it in the middle of a vast industrial loft in downtown Chicago. A couple transforms a log house in Nashville, Tennessee, by blending their modern and eclectic styles with the home’s rustic charm. Though the designs differ widely, the spaces all express an open-minded attitude. Some homes embrace their contexts, while others transcend them. All are shaped by instinct and imagination and share innovative ideas that readers can use to organically and elegantly create their home to match their lifestyle and tastes.
Lemieux gets to the essence of the homeowners’ distinctive styles, pinpointing the transformative ideas, thoughtful details, and useful solutions that make each home memorable. With more than 200 full-color photographs, Undecorate will both inspire and guide homeowners to a new outlook on home design.
San Diego Interior Designer Rebecca Robeson http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b9TYyYnzFU Behind the scenes Trade Secrets. Interior Designer Rebecca Robeson designs a fabulous bedroom/Dorm room makeover for her college age daughter Sharrah. Watch the project unfold as Rebecca takes you behind the scenes of this “one of a kind” YouTube Interior Design Video where reveals all of the steps along the way to create a custom bedroom design just for YOU!
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Music: Party Club by Josquin des Pres
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Product DescriptionTurn your room into a castle with this removable, reusable, repositionable princess castle mini mural. It’s perfect for use on a feature wall and measures 34 inches wide by 36.5 inches high. Constructed of 3.5 mil heavy-duty self adhesive vinyl. Remove and place.
Our Interior Design technology gives you 1) a new complimentary offering that no one else has, 2) an immediate increase in conversions on products and 3) a new detailed source of BI about your clients including info on pets, paint colors and design passions!
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Use What You Have Decorating : Transform Your Home in One Hour With Ten Simple Design Principles — Using the Space You Have, the Things You Like, the Budget You Choose
ReviewFinally, finally, a practical home-decorating book for the reader who is not a millionaire! Rather than call in a professional design consultant to tell you which walls “must go” and throwing out everything you own in favor of new and expensive designer fabrics, furniture, and fixtures, Ward starts with what you already have and makes dramatic transformations by arrangement, use of color, and a few inexpensive additions of objects or materials. Her idea is to use what you already have and like, and operate on a budget you can afford to make your home more satisfying and aesthetically pleasing to you without being a slave to passing trends, fads, and radical transformations that end up making you feel like a stranger in your own home.
Among the many tips and guidelines, Ward starts with the top 10 decorating mistakes that professionals all know about, but that anyone can recognize and fix. She covers diagnosing problems that jar the eyes, offers suggestions on items to banish and others to borrow from elsewhere in the home to create more visual appeal, talks about how to shop for furniture that will work with what you already own, offers tips for new homeowners and people just starting out to make older furniture work in new spaces, and covers the kinds of dramatic improvements possible through the use of the right artwork, accessories, and lighting. This is a great gift book for newlyweds, new homeowners, or anyone interested in creative, lively home Decorating without breaking the bank. –Mark A. Hetts