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As with choosing everything else that has to do with home interior decoration, choosing a carpet can be a very difficult component of making the home look homey and welcoming. The reason is not farfetched. There are lots of things to consider when choosing a carpet: the color of the carpet, most importantly, the quality of the carpet, the design, and style of the carpet, the pattern or print on the carpet, and finally, the style of the carpet.
When choosing a carpet, the most challenging and difficult part of the decision-making process is choosing the color. Picturing the color of the carpet in a wide space can be difficult when all you have to go on is a tiny strip of the carpet. When the pictured color on the strip of carpet turns out to be different from the actual reality of the entire carpet covering the floor, the overall result may be too vivid for comfort or outright scary and a tad disappointing.
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If you are trying to decorate a new house or say give an empty room a makeover; then it becomes pertinent to ask the question, what part of the decoration should come first, and what part should go last? In a living area like the living room or bedroom, the sofa or couch gets given the priority. The first thing to choose is the color of the sofa or the couch. This is because fabric colors for sofas and couches are often very limited. You do not get as many color options, shades or hues for fabrics of sofas as you get for wall paint. The styles of quite a lot of sofas only come in about four or five different colors (unless you are getting them custom-made, which is always more expensive). So then, you are better off getting the sofa first, so that you can tailor the wall, carpet and other things to match or fit the sofa. Otherwise, getting a sofa in your preferred style, to match the wall or the carpet that you already have, may prove to be a very difficult task indeed.
When the issue of the sofa has been settled, the next item on the color to choose list is the carpet. Again, the reason is the same as that for choosing the sofa first. You can get paints in any color that you want. If your particular color of choice is not custom made, you can mix any custom made colors to get any shades or hues that you want, presenting a nearly endless possibility of different shades and hues of colors. One of the cardinal rules of interior decoration, as regards color selection, is, to begin with, the component that has more restrictions in choice, and leave the element with the largest range of selection for last.
The same logic applies in all the other rooms too, like the bedrooms. You can get pretty much any color, material or print for the beddings, so make a selection of the carpet first. The beddings are a minor investment when compared to the color of the paint; and since the beddings can be changed on a whim whenever you decide to, the color of the paint should come first before the beddings are selected.
Neutral colors are the best when selecting a color for your carpet. The effect that carpet has on a room cannot be overemphasized, and too many bright colors in a room can be very distracting and over the top. Besides, the costs of replacing carpets are not cheap. And unless you have the money stacked somewhere that you have earmarked for changing carpets every other year as fashion trends improve and change, your best bet is to keep the tone of your carpet neutral. The brighter colors are better expended on cheaper things like the beddings, framed arts and sometimes, decorative throw pillows.
These days, people prefer neutral colors in earthy tones, not excluding gray and the popular beige, taupe or light brown. Neutral colors do not have to be lackluster, they can be made to make a statement. And to give the carpet a little extra character, textured carpets are better. Frescos and strips add depth to the carpet, without making it look insipid or being the entire focus of the room.
Another thing that is good for carpets is to choose carpets with streaks or splotches of color in them instead of solid, simple colors. They are attractive and more practical, since the splotches of color help to hide any dirt that would otherwise be very glaring on a single toned carpet.
The way and manner in which a carpet will be used is also a major determinant in what color the carpet will be. In a room with lots of foot traffic, maybe with little children, household pets and busy parents, a white carpet should be totally out of it. White carpets are less inclined to hiding dirt and soiling than colored and patterned carpets, so neutral colors that will do a good job of keeping soiling hidden is best for a home like that. Even though a dark colored carpet may do a very good job of hiding stains, it does not do nearly so well in hiding dust and lint. In fact, it shows dust and lint more than any other colors. So a carpet that is not too dark nor too light will hide both stains, dust, and lint; and last a long time before having to be changed, as long as it is vacuumed when it should be.
Kilims are one major element or component of interior decoration. After the furniture has been settled, the wall color selected, the floors covered, and the lights done; the next thing is to select the curtains and fix them, to give the home an all-around look of perfection and perfect balance, as well as equilibrium. Windows need to be given special treatment, and curtains are one major way of doing that. Everyone wants to see elegant and beautiful shades, drapes, blinds and curtains in their home. These window covers add color, grace, and style to windows. Not only that, they give protection from outside prying eyes and help maintain privacy. They also help to control the quantity of light and air that enters a room. Curtains and drapes are majorly used in accomplishing this feat. And even though folks use these two different terms interchangeably, there are actually some differences between them.
Curtains, also referred to as curtain panels are coverings for windows. They can be short, of medium length, or even be floor-length. They are lightweight can be made from a number of different materials like linen or cotton.
Drapes, on the other hand, are as long as the window is to the floor. They are mostly made as pleats and are always made from heavyweight materials like silk or velvet. Drapes do a more excellent job of blocking out light than curtains. They can also be called drapery panels or draperies.
Depending on personal choice and preference, as well as the existing décor of the home, there are different types of curtains to choose from:
Eyelet or Grommet Curtains:
Of all curtain types, grommet curtains are by far the most widely known of certain types. They have a casual and simple design and are extremely easy to close and open. Their fabrics or the materials they are made from are usually light or slightly heavy. The one distinguishing feature of eyelet or grommet curtains is the silver rings that they have at their header. More than most any other types of curtains, grommet curtains consume a lot of fabric.
These are curtains that are translucent. They are light, very much so; do not have much to offer by way of privacy, and they help to filter light. Most of them may obstruct the view of the interior of the house from outside, but they do not obstruct the view of the outside from inside the home. Sheer curtains do not block light; and if the purpose of a curtain is to block light, then you should look much further than sheer curtains.
Rod Pocket Curtains:
These can also be referred to as casement curtains. The curtain rod or pipe is inserted into pockets that are sewn across the header of the curtain panel. Lightweight materials are best used for rod pocket curtains. And to give them a more ordinary, casual and regular look, they are best sewn and used without any linings.
Tab Top Curtains:
Tab top curtains are curtains that have loops at the edges of the top. Mostly, they are often made to be firm. It would be difficult otherwise to draw them across the curtain pipe. For that reason, use tabletop curtains on windows that do not need to be opened regularly.
These curtains are classic and present a formal outlook in pleats. Forming the pleats is done by sewing the header tape to the back of the curtain on the top. When the panels are pulled together, the curtains form pleats. After the pleats have been formed, hanging hooks then need to be placed into the header tape. The panels will then hang from rings. The rings utilize a cord and pulley system in order to close and open the tapes. There are several types of pleated curtains:
· Goblet Pleats are triple pinch pleats. When goblet pleats are done, they topmost pleat ends up looking like glass. In order to ensure that the glass shape is rounded and full, it is best that they are lined.
· Pencil Pleats: These are pleats that are formed singly, in tight, neat and ordered folds. It is most appropriately used in bedrooms.
· Pinch Pleats: These are the commonest types of pleats. They are sequences of pleats, evenly spaced, triple, double or single; pinched in the middle and forming fans both below and above the middle pinches.
· Tuxedo Pleats: These are larger than most other pleats, and they are usually inserted on a pipe informal places. The pleats are made in such a way that they resemble tuxedos and they are best for formal or contemporary occasions.
· Cartridge Pleats: These look like pinch pleats, except they have much wider spaces and they have rounded tops.
Valances and Pelmets:
These are the most suitable curtains for drawing rooms, bedrooms and restaurants. Pelmets are ornamental structures used to conceal specific fixtures found above window casings. Mostly, they are wooden. They are box-like and their shapes are flat. They can be embellished in such a way as to add some decorative elements on them. Valances, on the other hand, have a much softer appearance and they have pleated or gathered headings.
This is essentially a scarf for the window. In order to create a very soft frame for the full window, scarfs are the way to go. They, however, do not do much to block the sun, light or air and wind. They are mostly just decorative in function and do not have many practical uses other than the looks of them.
Curtains exist in many beautiful and elegant patterns - floral designs, animal prints, dotted designs, striped designs; and materials like silk, velvet, linen, and cotton. Putting these curtains in the home creates an air of elegance and homeliness in a home. Curtains should be selected in such a way that they complement the existing décor of the home. In addition to covering windows, they heighten the overall appearance of the home when they are selected in the right designs, materials, color, and patterns.
With the old year turning into the new, ancient, archaic and old trends in interior decoration are now giving way to more modern and globally accepted yardsticks for interior decoration. Some of the interior decorating trends in the new year are these:
These days, overwhelming and overly bright colors are not only overrated, they are also outdated. Neutral colors; layered textures; earthy colors like gray, taupe and beige; metal finishes; natural colors like the green of leaves, the blue of the sky and the green of the sea; and simple geometric shapes are the in thing in this season of interior decoration. Raising a normal, boring neutral color combination to a more modern and socially acceptable palette can be achieved with only a few textures, prints, and shapes. This new season, bear it in mind that neutral is the new black. Not only is neutral comforting, but it is also warm, cozy and presents a very appealing resting place for the eyes. Too much color can look bizarre, garnish, outlandish…well, you get the idea.
Marble has for a while left the interior decoration scene. But it is back now, with a splash and a bang! Bolder, brighter and more beautiful. The shining surface of marble will complement anything that you need it to go with. Be it a dining room table, a kitchen counter, a fireplace or a coffee table. Marble infused with some swathe of color like green or soft pink, or whatever your favorite color is, comes out looking like something you paid a million bucks for. Marble presents a comforting, eye-catching equilibrium to the warm hues that you may already have in your bookshelves, the rugs or the sofa. Marble has made a very epic comeback, and we are pleased to have it take the decoration scene.
Even in the fashion industry, monochrome or monotone attires is taking the world by storm. Why can it not apply in the decorating world too? Keeping all your room components in nearly the same hues and shades, or going for a single-color ensemble – as long as you can carefully maintain it, of course – gives a certain level of comfort and warmth to your home. Imagine a bathroom with white tiles, white walls, white Jacuzzi or tub, in summary, a white everything, wouldn’t that be a sight!
Shapes and patterns are chic and stylish and that is because of their versatility in interior home decoration. Whether the intention is to make the living area modern or to make it in the classical and traditional way, you cannot go wrong with geometric patterns. Having their root and origin from marble floors of the ancient Roman empire, they make the perfect decorative elements for homes with velvet curtains and bring an atmosphere of love to old knickknacks. They are also good for modern decorations because don’t they just remind us of things that we love? When geometric patterns are left alone, as distinctive and unique decorative elements, they just pop. And they do best with whites. White walls, white floors, and white, just like monochrome.
Keeping home interior decorations diverse and borrowed from different cultures, different places and different scenes from all around the world is a new and modern trend in interior decoration in this new season. Setting a multi-cultural theme can make your living space eclectic. And why keep it insipid when you can make it bold, complex, interesting and full of character? Global can be achieved by looking around at antique stores and picking something that you like different shelves. Don’t worry about trying to make them fit in together. Misfits always fit in together.
This new season, flat sofas are ugly. And then the whole family can sit around on a curved sofa and have fun and exciting conversations while looking into each other’s eyes. Forgotten will be those ones when all you see is the side of the other person’s head. Besides, curves add a sense of unity, orderliness, and harmony to the living area. Curves are sleek and elegant. You like them on your cars, why not in your living area?
Those days are long gone when our kitchens are just an open expanse of white, cream and off-white. This season, break up the endless white with strips of black to add contrast and create an air of sophistication around your kitchen – even if the only thing you can cook is water.
This season, save tabletop space by getting rid of your conventional tabletop lamps and investing in new sconce lamps. They are to have in your home, and they are beautiful, featuring elegant, non-shiny finishes and large arms for a swing. They create an impressive and artful profile, making them stand the test of time, and be more useful for many seasons and years to come.
One of the easiest things to do this season to give your home a facelift and get rid of outdated linoleum is to paint your floor. It is cheap, it is a less costly alternative to an entirely new hardwood floor, and it is trendy to boot. Give it a try, and you will not regret that you did.
Now, this may seem really extreme, and it really is not for the faint of heart. But there are a lot of drastic, thrilling and exciting changes to stiff and unbending practices in interior design and home decorations. Right now, everything is fluid and flexible, and you can do whatever suits you or best catches your fancy. In this case, getting rid of that stock and standard couch in your living room, and towing a slightly different path by being bold, daring and maybe a tad eccentric and progressive. A settee, a chaise, a bench seating or single chairs facing each other will make for a more interesting arrangement. As we said, this is not for the timid or faint of heart.
Recent trends in decor tell us that trendy is not always trendy, and if you want to stay one step ahead of what is trendy, then you have to be fast. Because even trendy gets very stale very quickly.