You don’t have to be Marilyn Monroe to possess a dressing table. It is every woman’s prerogative. And if you haven’t got yourself one already, you can successfully put together one. Who wouldn’t like a walk-in wardrobe, or a dedicated dressing room? No stress, if you are pressed for space. Work with what you have and create a lovely niche for yourself.
Dress it Up!
Transform a centre table into a vanity zone. Prop a mirror by the wall as a mirror will complement the setting and the purpose. Add fresh flowers and your daily cosmetic supplies for the look to work. An interesting textured wall looks very stylish and adds a hint of glamour.
The dining area is perhaps one of the most important zones in your home, given that it’s the one place that brings the family together. And so, creating a warm and welcoming ambience to make meal-times more enjoyable for your family and guests is imperative. Today the market is flush Continue reading “Add joie de vivre to daily living” »
A grand opening
There are treatments and designs today that will transform your entrance from ordinary to extraordinary. For the home owner whose abode faces buildings on all sides, expansive, foldable doors ensure privacy, even as they create a seamless floor plan. Besides, they act as a clever screen between two large areas and, you can even increase the style quotient with unique door patterns.
Use steel, the malleable nature of which makes it great to work with. Be it straight laced, curvy patterns or even abstract art, the possibilities are endless. And textures can differ too. Importantly, the finish you give your overall entrance should ideally highlight all the hard work that’s gone into the door design.
double doors with glass
Work with glass-paneled doors for that lovely old world charm. Red, blue, green, yellow… a wide spectrum of colors will work. Brick walls and high ceilings will accentuate the look. Use a simple door frame to bring the look together.
The ring door design is strikingly bold and will inspire even the most traditional of mindsets. Perforated steel sheets also look lovely on a sliding door.
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