Valentine’s again! This worldwide holiday became a cliché with endless displays of huge teddy bears and never-ending corny heart ornamented gadgets. It almost became impossible today not to consider doing at least a little “surprise” for your partner. This holiday still brings out the romance in many people and if you’re running out of ideas, here are some creative ideas to help you spice things up!
Chinese-style decoration can instantly evoke a reflection of serenity and tranquil calm. With most of us engrossed in a fast-paced urban lifestyle, it helps a lot when we can come back home to a peaceful dwelling that allows us to escape this never-ending rush. Therefore Chinese-themed interiors accomplish this goal in a unique style by ushering in harmony and balance!
From exotic botanical prints to futuristic designs and eccentric folk strokes, the trends this year are fun and bold. Colors are misty, such as pastel lemon, rose quartz, and mineral gray and patterns are full of exotic flavors with international influences from South America and the Orient.
The year of the rooster brings a whole new tranche of interior trends to liven up our spaces!
So what are the key trends of the year? Scroll down to discover the decor trends that will rule the roost in 2017!
As the days draw closer to Christmas, it’s a perfect time to enjoy the unmistakable sounds of shoppers and merrymakers preparing for the holidays. Our streets will soon be transformed into magical wonderlands of modern and traditional Christmas ornaments! Some displays are so incredible to inspire wanderers from all over the globe to visit them every year.
The elucidating December Festival of Light in Amsterdam and London’s spectacular light extravaganzas are truly magnificent when they twinkle in Christmas lights, and many other cities around the world are arguably just as festive and brilliant!
Let’s take the long way around the world to enjoy some of the most whimsical Christmas mosaic lights along the streets!
It is the time of the year when families get together, hearts rejoice, and serenity prevails. Just like a mosaic, pieces of genuine love and joy assemble to form a grand masterpiece called Christmas. Bring a unique touch to your home by decorating it with a set of ornaments that
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What lies in wait for you in the Year of the Monkey 2016-2017?
Here are 8 fascinating facts about the Year of the Monkey to help celebrate this holiday:
his month’s color palette is veneration to passionate tinges, transcending all districts and decorative standards.
I recently mentioned in my previous article a craze of intense shades raiding the boutiques, galleries and stores displays. Where I also stated, a serene color harmony in 2016’s palette.
Valentine’s Day has become a long way from its roots as a day honoring St. Valentine. The holiday currently settles in nicely between New Year’s and approaching spring, suggesting us a chance to demonstrate our love and affection. The collection of decorative standards began to emerge as the day altered love and relationships, where it became a great opportunity for sending cards and other gadgets. Red, for example, the passionate color and passion is important when it comes to you and your Valentine. According to the psychology of color, perceiving red increases the heart rate, reminiscent of being in love. However Valentine’s Day wasn’t always about the pearly pinks and rosy reds, and choosing quixotic colors and color palettes beyond pink can launch a world of decorative possibilities!
Wondering how to pick a new color combination to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year?
Want to get started on your Valentine’s special decor inspiration?
Curious about color combos that evoke passion, lust, comfort, and plain old love?
In this article I’ll help you narrow down the latest trends of colors and color combos, and how to make your Valentine’s Day more enthusiastic, with serene and chalky hues! You will also get inspired by the serene color harmony in 2016’s palette, which I aforementioned in previous color forecasts.