Complement wallpaper with horizontal fabric shades

Sep 10 2010

Complement wallpaper with horizontal fabric shades
Complement wallpaper with horizontal fabric shades
Metro Canada recently reported that wallpaper can add a dazzle to any room, wherever it is applied, and listed the most effective ways to use this colorful material so that a room can feel refreshed and attractive.

One key aspect of decorating with wallpaper is to not overdo it, as papering every room in the house can make it far less appreciated overall, and may even make a home feel a little overwhelming. Instead, homeowners should focus on one area.

"Pick a feature room like your dining room, powder room or bedroom," interior designer Michelle Mawby told the news source.

It's also important to make sure that the new colors and patterns of the wallpaper blend with the existing theme of the house, so rooms don't end up clashing with one another due to the improvement.

Mixing and matching different themes can also be a way to create a touch of excitement to a home's design. The news provider suggests using modern wallpaper in a traditional house or vice versa.

Horizontal fabric shades are a composite of roman and pleated shades, as well as venetian blinds, and are available in a variety of different colors and patterns. This versatility guarantees that they can be neatly complement any room in a newly wallpapered home.
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