Let the Color Yellow Brighten Your Home! “Introduce the colour yellow in a Dining Room which is regularly used for entertaining, this bright colour will stimulate conversation,” says interior designer Kelly Davies. #InteriorDesign
Patterns are back according to multiple interior design experts. It’s time to start incorporating some character into your décor to give your living room, dining room, or any room that wow factor. However, decorating with patterns can sometimes be difficult. Too little and you make little to no difference. Too much and you run the risk of looking tacky. Click Here to Read More: http://blog.nextdayblinds.com/blog/2015/4/28/patterned-shades-are-making-a-comeback.html
St Kilda East house, Melbourne by Taylor Knights. Taylor Knights is an architecture and interior design firm based in Melbourne, Australia.
Sunny Designs Rustic Oak Breakfast Nook
This charming Breakfast Nook set includes three seats/ benches and a full sized table. Made from quality oak wood and slate, it offers plenty of options for filling out your home and bringing your family to the table.
“Since shades and blinds are usually a one time purchase, by keeping those in whites or very neutral colors that work with your trim color, you can change all the other things in the room without competing with the window treatments,” says Mike Sills, Next Day Blinds Fairfax, Virginia store manager.
Go (Olive) Green "Olive greens will be popular in 2015," said interior designer Capella Kincheole. "The shade is warm, organic, and neutral for almost any other color you pair with it." #InteriorDesign