Spanish interior design features a coastline inspired color palette of blues, greens, whites, and browns. The warmth of terracotta reds and oranges are other major players in Spanish interior design color schemes due to the widespread use of terracotta tiles for flooring and roofs. The elements of stone and ceramics are very common in Spanish design along with pottery, wrought iron pieces, candle holders, and carved wooden panels. Wall finishes in Spanish interior design feature heavy texture made with stucco or plaster for interesting visual depth.
While planning a house, many people tend to overlook the importance of the kitchen. For a huge majority of the population it is just a mandatory portion that has to be in a house but it is not given the appropriate amount of thought process and planning that it deserves. The modern interior decorators while [...]
Harder than oak and more stable than maple, bamboo is popping up everywhere in the home design world, in crushed bamboo furniture, throwaway plates and flooring. It has the added cachet of being environmentally friendly. To the surprise of many, bamboo is a versatile plant that not only feeds the hunger of pandas, but is [...]
Add some character to your living room with a smart interior design idea of picking pleasant decorating color scheme. Exciting patterns, natural materials, striking colors and beautiful textures will soften the look of your floor. Pile on the cushions – stick with the same color spectrum and instead get creative with the endless options in [...]