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Interior Design Tips: Simple Ideas for Decorating Your Walls With Frames

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If you are planning on redecorating your home, you should think about improving your home by using photos and pieces of art. These elements, combined with the appropriate framing, will help you give your interior space character. In addition, you can use various styling tricks and tips to bring out your preferred taste and personality. Here are some simple tips to help you achieve the best results during your framing project.…

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How to Make Your Guest Room Seem Larger

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Guest bedrooms tend to be the smallest in the home. If you have larger bedrooms, then these are usually occupied by the family members you share your home with. As such, guest rooms tend to be the smallest ones available because they get the least-frequent use.  The trouble with this approach comes when guests stay at your home overnight. If you feel a little embarrassed about the amount of space your spare room affords your guests, then read on to discover the tips that leading interior designers use to make small guest rooms appear bigger than they actually are.…

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Why Blinds Are Best For Your Child's Bedroom

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Decorating your child’s room can be quite exciting. Most parents will be focusing on accessories such as lighting, cabinetry, bedding and more to ensure that the theme and colours seamlessly blend in. Window furnishings tend to be the last consideration as they are simply purchased to complement the overall design of the room. What these parents are not considering is how crucial their choice of window treatments can be to the well-being of their child.…

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2 Stylish And Functional Window Dressings To Consider For Your Sunroom Or Conservatory

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Sunrooms and conservatories are a popular feature in many Australian homes. Featuring large windows as the dominant feature instead of solid walls, they’re a wonderful space to spend time in when the colder weather means that it’s unpleasant to be outside for long. The windows have a greenhouse-like effect, allowing the warmth of the winter sun in and providing a visual connection with the great outdoors. For many people who have a sunroom or conservatory, the very feature that makes them an attractive space during winter can make them rather unpleasant during the warmer months.…

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2 Simple And Inexpensive Ways To Transform Your Outdoor Living Space

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It’s no secret that Australians love their outdoor living spaces. Whether it’s a deck, patio, verandah or balcony, having a comfortable and attractive outdoor space to spend time in is a top priority for most homeowners. However, not all outdoor living spaces are created equal, and you may have one that doesn’t quite capture the desired feeling of your space being an al fresco extension of your indoor living space.…

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Window Coverings: Designing Your Home with Interior Plantation Shutters

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Interior plantation shutters are the ideal alternatives to blinds and drapes. Therefore, you should consider choosing this option if you are redesigning your home. In general, a plantation shutter is built using a solid frame onto which louvres are placed. This design has an elegant appearance which can complement both traditional and modern homes. Also, the louvres are made from solid panels, so maintenance is quite simple. On the other hand, the performance of your plantation shutters will depend on your design choices.…

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3 Design Options When Choosing External Window Shutters

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External window shutters can be installed for purely decorative purposes, or they can have a practical application, such as keeping out draughts during the winter, providing shade in the summer and increasing the security of your windows. When you decide to install external window shutters, you’ll need to choose a style of shutter that complements your style of windows and the construction material of your home. Here’s an overview of three design options to consider when purchasing external shutters:…

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2 Stunning and Contemporary Ideas For Your New Bathroom's Vanity Unit

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If you’re remodelling your bathroom then you’ve no doubt spent a considerable amount of time deciding on the look and style you’d like to create. Bathrooms may seem like a simple task to complete but they can be deceptively difficult to get right. Unlike many other rooms, bathrooms have relatively few features, so you need to ensure that each element makes an impact in the space. While bathtubs and showers may seem like the stars of the bathroom, the vanity unit you choose is also an important focal feature of the room.…

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Finding Environmentally-Friendly Timber for Flooring

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Timber flooring is a timeless interior design element, adding tonnes of class to your rooms and able to fit in with just about any style imaginable. The problem for some people, however, is the impact using all that wood has on the environment. In this age of climate change and disappearing forests, people are more concerned than ever about using wood anywhere they can avoid it. And it’s a legitimate concern, but it doesn’t mean you have to forgo a real timber floor.…

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Two Key Factors When Making a Choice of Patio Awnings

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No matter how you find staying outdoors enjoyable, chances are you would like to have some protection against the scorching sun or the biting cold when the climate changes. Homeowners who have outdoor living spaces but have not installed a shelter will find they end up utilising these spaces less when summer and winter roll around, as the al fresco lifestyle would be unbearable. Luckily, you do not have to resort to the construction of a permanent structure for you to make the most use of your patio.…

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