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Adding a new element to a room can liven up the existing decor
Oct 19 2011
A sure way to keep a room's design scheme from getting stale is to introduce new elements that create unexpected combinations within the existing décor.
Faux wood blinds have the rich look of wood, but are easily maintained.
Window treatments offer myriad ways to do that, because they can influence how much natural light comes into a room, pull together the overall look of a space and help coordinate contemporary and traditional furnishings.
According to RemodelingCenter.com, a website of Better Homes and Gardens, antique lace panels are compatible with traditional upholstered furniture as well as the clean lines of modern design.
"By mixing different combinations of fabric color and pattern, as well as the accompanying hardware and hanging placement, a myriad of looks are possible," states the website.
Another versatile window covering that is at home with both modern and traditional looks are faux wood blinds in a range of colors and wood tones.
The selection from Blinds Chalet have the look of real wood, but the composite of man-made materials and wood particles allows them to be fully washable and unaffected by humidity. Additional options that coordinate with faux wood blinds include decorative fabric tapes and cornice style valences at affordable prices.
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