Doris Trevino. dinning room. August 04th , 2018.
1. The Entrance Way - first impressions are made walking into that front entrance so think of what people first see when coming into your entrance way. It must be clean, the floors should not be scratched or worn carpets laid down and no dead plants hanging around in pots? Is should be bright and airy looking and the walls nicely painted in a light color?
Screaming rock or rap music, jackhammers, car horns, ringing cell phones, crying babies--there's no ignoring the pervasive noise in our chaotic culture, the modern equivalent of medieval torture, only worse, because there's no escaping it! It would be different if it was like a train whistle in the night that we've long since became inured to. But modern noises are assaultive in their sudden, jarring burst upon our senses. When you hear tires screech, a co-worker yell across the room, or your teen's bedroom walls vibrating from the decibels emanating from inside, don't you long to fly away to a warm, quiet, lush, soothing tropical island? And car alarms! They don't work anyway; there should be a law banning them. They're enough to make us call the realtor and pack that night! Is there no hiding place from the din? No refuge from the chaotic thrum and pulse of daily life? The world's noise level is ratcheting up along with the temperature. Call it Global Deafening. Help!
5. Bedrooms - all the bedrooms should be cleanly painted again in light colors, no hot pink walls in that pre-teen girls bedroom with pictures of her teen idol on the walls. All toys should be packed away in boxes neatly stored in the closet and the closets clean and organized. Matching bed covers and curtains look beautiful and the room should not be cluttered at all.
The place where the family conjure should be comfortable and livable. Combine your decor ideas with your lounge and dinning room if possible, especially if you have an open plan room. Here you could continue your choice of wood or leather for both rooms, which will create an even bigger illusion of space. Remember to hang overly big mirrors opposite each other if your living area is on the small side. Keep it simple but elegant with a few splashes of your favorite colors here and there.
Now pick a favorite character. Santas and snowmen are always popular. Ms. Claus is another popular one and gives off the essence of caring and giving. A tip here is to use a smaller figure, if this is to be used as a centerpiece for the dining table. Nobody wants to have to look over or around the centerpiece while talking to someone on the other side of the table.
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