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    How to deal with narrow spaces when designing your home

    Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

    Creating spaces where none exist is the brilliance of interior decoration. Great interior experts create an illusion of space in constricted quarters. God is not making any more land. Thus, limitation of land arrives on the scene of building every moment- often as a crux equation. Thankfully, narrow spaces can be dealt with in an […]

    Creative ideas for fabrics at home- cushions

    Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

    Cushions are a fantastic way to introduce the exotic element of home décor. Not only do they come in motley designs and colors, they also bring an experimental flamboyance quite akin to bizarre and really “beyond the box”. Beautiful cushions compensate for the blandness of sofas and chairs. They give new life to an also-ran […]

    Home design- task lighting

    Monday, June 28th, 2010

    Lights bring a different mood to the aesthetic fiber of a house. In its accented, diffused, kaleidoscopic, psychedelic, vantage forms, light creates a compartmentalization of space akin to nothing else. At places, diffused lighting works far better than the full glare. Vice versa is just as true. Of late, task lighting has received high acceptance […]

    How to hang fabrics properly and gracefully in your home

    Sunday, June 27th, 2010

    A home can look cluttered and dense if the fabrics keep dangling from every nook. It creates a feeble impression in the minds of the visitors and kills any brilliance that might be presented by the home décor. Fabrics can be done in a very stylish manner. First of all, fabrics chosen for the wall […]

    Home design- tips of making the most spaces with pictures

    Saturday, June 26th, 2010

    Land is out of god’s yard. This has led to rampant vertical construction and skyscrapers. Today, many people live in constrained spaces. They cannot fight with this geographical anomaly but they can present a brave face and harmonize across what they have got. Pictures on walls can create an illusion of space. They can be […]

    How to do up small spaces in home- living with children

    Friday, June 25th, 2010

    Space constraint is becoming a crux equation today and not many can enjoy the luxury of big lobbies and courtyards, for those parents who have to suffice with a living room and a couple of bedrooms, ordained for themselves and the children, the idea is to maximize space even within the constraint. Ensuring a small […]

    What can you do about lighting in the home office?

    Thursday, June 24th, 2010

    You are already under strain at your workplace. Rummaging through files, working on computer adds a lot of strain on your eyes. It is instrumental in palliating the strength of the eye. In due course of time, it also brings about a bout of headaches. All these are easily averted in a workplace that believes […]

    The basics of central heating

    Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

    A Central heating system provides warmth to the complete interior of a building. For central heating, the entire heat is generated and developed over a single place. Generally, for large buildings, it is the mechanical room. The heat is transferred via steam pressed through conduits or air moving through ducts or water forced through pipes. […]

    Preparation and planning for ceramic tiling

    Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

    Ceramic tiling can add a lot of aesthetic brilliance to your home but installing it is not a cakewalk. It does require a professional hand. First of all, once you have pasted the ceramic tile to the floor, it is too late to make any alteration. This is why it is often prudent not to […]

    Painting with stippling, shading and distressing

    Monday, June 21st, 2010

    Painting is an artistic vision poured into the perceptible medium of canvas. It is being followed in hundreds of kinds. Let’s take up a few methods here. Stippling is a method where an artist uses dots to bring texture, tone and shadows to a drawing. At places where the painter needs accented darkness, he uses […]

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