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Placement means everything for interior design
Feb 8 2011
For interior designer Rhonda Staley, the layout of a home should draw a person in. Staley combines elements of traditional European elegance with a strong desire to incorporate old materials into her new designs, according to Cedar Valley Home & Garden.
Incorporating wood blinds into your decorating scheme could improve the overall appearance of your home.
"Rearranging furniture, reupholstering furniture with new fabrics, adding new pieces and updating accessories can breath new life into a home, create a more cohesive look and better traffic flow," Staley told the news source.
Staley recently completed work on a charming old home in Eastern Iowa and used the spatial requirements to her advantage. She transformed the look of the client's bedroom to draw in guests. Originally, the bedroom protruded out of the corner of the room and the fireplace was hardly used at all.
To improve the layout, she decided to incorporate a sitting area near the far window and placed upholstered cornice boards and silk fabric over the bed and window areas. The result is a room bathed in light and maximizes the use of the space.
A natural touch to your home decorating scheme could come in the form of wood blinds. This renewable resource provides a warming touch to your abode that will improve its overall appearance.
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