Transform a room with solar screen shades

Aug 10 2010

Transform a room with solar screen shades
Transform a room with solar screen shades
After a while, even the grandest rooms may become a little drab. Homeowners who want to put a fresh spin on a space can easily do so with some quick, inexpensive flourishes. HomeBeautiful.com suggests a few tactics that can be used to entirely refresh an area of the home.

One simple method is to put a tray of flowers, wineglasses and other flashy bottles on a living room table. Even if these items aren't used for drinks, the glass can capture light and make it seem like a good time is just around the corner.

For storage, savvy homeowners may want to consider removing upper cabinet doors as a substitute for much more expensive glass shelves. This way, trinkets, collectibles and valuables can be safely on display.

The news provider also reports that painting certain items of a room can also be an affordable way to change things around. Adding a splash of color to lampshades can put a few points of dazzle in corners.

Another suggestion is to paint curtain rods, which can beautifully reflect against shades. Particularly, solar screen shades can function to give a room a valuable source of light and space by reducing glare but not blocking the view.
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