Wood blinds can be middle ground for different tastes

Sep 27 2010

Wood blinds can be middle ground for different tastes
Wood blinds can be middle ground for different tastes
A couple with very different tastes have designed their home to accommodate both of their interior design preferences without a clash of their preferences according to Toronto Life.

Bernard Le Corre has a tendency to decorate with traditional furniture, such as eighteenth-century, French armories and cabinets, while his girlfriend, Lesley Macmillan, leans toward the quirky penguin-patterned loveseats and feather lamps.

Their Toronto home now boasts a wrought iron garden gate at the entrance that is around a century old and opens up onto their 2,700-square-foot residence, which reflects strong French influence, but is also unmistakably unique.

Le Corre and Macmillan have found a comfortable middle ground in impulse shopping. The news source reports that they've changed their dining room table three times and are always on the look out for fresh additions to their home.

"You see it, you love it, you get it," Macmillion told the news provider, and it has seemed to work out for the couple thus far.

Those looking to blend a traditional look with a fresh, modern feeling may want to hang wood blinds in the windows. These window treatments can lend an air of sophistication to any space, and also evoke a calm, natural appearance.
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