Most people think about colors, furniture, and layout when they want to update their home or office. Most people don’t think about important design elements such as lighting or even interior doors. Creatively designed interior doors can add personality and character to a space, improve the flow of natural light, and also serve as flexible partitions to break up an open floor plan or connect two rooms. For example, your bedroom and bathroom doors can easily be replaced with a different style. You can add panels, glass, refinish your doors with paint and upholstery, or change your doors to pocket doors or a sliding barn door. An interior door adds a beautiful architectural detail and style that creates a focal point in a place where people’s eye will be drawn to it. Here are a few ways you can update your doors subtly or boldly either as a DIY project or with professional help that will elevate your space to a luxurious look and feel.
Independence Day is just a few days away and whether you celebrate 4th of July or not, it’s always nice to see people in a patriotic spirit by displaying red, white, and blue. So why not incorporate these colors into your home decor? It’s the perfect color combination that has a nice contrast between warm and cool tones. Plus, there are many different shades from bright cherry red or burgundy to baby blue or navy and adding a touch of neutral such as white balances out both colors. Check out some ideas and tips for incorporating red, white, and blue home decor into your design style to celebrate the holiday!
Trims, molding, fireplaces, and beams are beautiful architectural features of a space that can be highlighted and celebrated for 4th of July. Paint your architectural trims a different color such as dark navy or burgundy. Contrast it against a white or neutral wall. Add bold, colorful tiles to your fireplace. By doing this you will create a focal point by calling attention to a room’s architectural elements which naturally draws the eye to the character of the space upon entering.
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