Unfold Your Style And Blaze Ahead With Custom Look For Your Home

An optimistic person pursues new adventures and passions regularly. Each personality type has a different kind of influence on decorating their home in an ideal way. The custom style creates a story of your life. Amidst the busy lanes, workplaces, and malls, you can come home where the focus is only on you and your loved ones.

A classic decor style with subtle colors, warm tones, coupled with beautiful figurines and frames, is a perfect example. For a calm personality, light shades of beige, and sky-blue colored walls will be the best. Enthusiast personalities can be best suited with bright colors, depicting a high-spirited and joyous way of life.

From Where Do I Grab the Ideas?

Few examples of where you will find several ideas that can aid you in adding a marvelous look to your home are;

  • A home and garden television program
  • Home design in a magazine spread
  • Online pictures of an interior designer
  • A layout selling furniture and home decor items
  • Seminar display rooms
  • Expositions related to home improvement
  • Open house models
  • Book cafes, and libraries to understand their way of decorating newsstands, and books for the book reader

Always look for ideas everywhere you go. Keep the ideas in your mind and pull out each one as you get the resources for decorating your home. Several different sources combined will present you with a custom look that aids in re-creating your home.

A custom look indeed needs time, effort, and ideas. Moreover, it needs a creative perspective and a high level of imagination. Enjoy while you take part in decorating your home, and your home will turn out into a brand-new blazing frontier of joy and happiness.

Mirrors and Art

If you have a bit of artistic ability in yourself, you can flaunt it to create an incredible eye-catching masterpiece. Installing a mirror in your bedroom, and painting the surrounding wall with sweet captions and words is very soothing for the eye. Also, an antique sofa set with custom covers, paired with a lovely ornate mirror and a quote on the background, is a beautiful idea.

Nautical Decor for People Who Love the Sea

Nautical decor has become a trend. The varying colors of the sky, and the bright sun giving tan lines, with the sand and seawater on your feet, is a breath-taking experience. Those who have experienced this are in love with the beaches. You can create masterpieces with sea treasures, such as sand, shells, corals, driftwood, and many others. These items are free, and making a home decor unit out of these will offer you a priceless reminiscing memory every time you see the decor.

You can add different types of curtains, fabrics, sofa sheets, and cotton canvas to add a variety to your home. Also, you can get these items custom-made with a wide range of options available online at a nominalprice that will offer a dazzling look to your home.

Baby’s First Christmas Ornament

We have all seen Christmas ornaments for Baby’s First Christmas. They all look non-personal. You can make one that is personal and special to your child. You can use a glass bulb or you can use plastic in any color. You could also use the ones from a craft store that is clear and can be opened. If you use one that can be opened you could put a little keepsake inside as well. To make the glitter footprints use white school glue. Spread white school glue across a sheet of wax paper. Take the wax paper and place on the bottom of your child’s foot. If your child’s foot is not being cooperative tickle the top of the foot near the toes. They will extend their toes allowing you to do this part much easier. Now place the foot against the bulb. Having someone help you is very helpful. Roll the foot a little to make sure the glue print is a good impression. Wipe your child’s foot with a wet wipe. Over a bowl pour the glitter onto the bulb. If need be press lightly to make sure it adheres well. Allow to dry overnight. Use a spray polyurethane to spray two to three light coats over the entire bulb to make sure the glitter does not come off. Let dry until no longer tacky. Its now ready to hang on a tree. You could also do this with a hand print.

Clear Mushroom For Your garden using Vases And Bowls

What a clever way to use old invaluable glassware. Thrift stores are full of it. They often dump it by the trash can full. Before using glassware I plead with you to make sure the glass has no value. But if it does not there are endless ways to make these. Use epoxy to attach the bowl to the vase. If they are too heavy you may need to bury the base a little bit into the soil to help them stand up. If they break they are easy and cheap to replace. The designs are endless. I imagine someone handy could figure out a way to light these up. Maybe pain with a clear glow in the dark paint? Can you imaging a garden with a bunch of these throughout at night time all lit up.

Lamp & Bowl Art For Your Garden

I found this great idea on the internet and wanted to share. These are mushrooms made from bowls and candlesticks and the larger ones are made from lamps. They are so unique and would be a great spruce up for recycled art in your garden. The best thing is you can source the materials from your old items or cheaply at any thrift or yard sale.

There are a variety of methods to make these and vary on the items you are using. The easiest is to drill a pilot hole through the bowl and into the candlestick or lamp post. Screw a large heavy duty screw through bowl and into lamp post or candlestick. You need to use a drill bit designed for the metal you are using. If you have a smooth surface between the inside of your bowl and the stem then you can use epoxy.

To paint you will need a spray paint like Krylon that is designed to adhere to metal. You can paint them traditional type colors or get really funky with the color choice.

Make them yours. You can also glue little accessories on them like little gnomes or fairies. Moss and pebbles glued on the the base where it sits in your garden will make them loo like they have been there for a long time.

 

Ways to Modernize Your Victorian Home 

The best part about older, traditional homes is their character. The aged interior and exterior characteristics often date the rooms and inspire a lovely sense of nostalgia. Victorian homes, especially, are known for their unique features, including complex and decorative interior trims, steep pitch roofing and asymmetrical architectural details. Still, there’s no reason why your Victorian home has to remain fixed in the 1850’s. Instead, there are many simple ways to modernize your old Victorian in a way that brings your rooms into the 21st century. Your new “Modern Victorian” home will look fantastic, emphasizing both the Victorian-era characteristics and some chic, contemporary designs, too.

Bring Your Fireplace into the 21st Century

Fireplaces will either instantly date or modernize a space. Victorian-era fireplaces can make a room feel heavy, dark and extremely traditional, so why not renovate it to make it look a little more contemporary? By installing a wall-hanging model that’s electric or ethanol burning, you can integrate a chic, simple design that will make the space look entirely fresh. Modern fireplaces, even in a room with other Victorian elements, will give the entire ambiance of the space a renewed feel.

Install Modern Light Fixtures 

Another way to showcase the old architecture of your Victorian home in a creative, 21st century style is to install modern lighting. While not all modern light fixtures will fit with Victorian designs, something that is more mid-century modern or Scandinavian modern will do the trick. Remember to mix old with new and new with old. Mixing the styles of lighting and eras will lead to a unique final product that flows together in a contemporary fashion.

Incorporate Cutting-Edge Artwork 

A final idea for modernizing an older home like a Victorian is to incorporate some interesting, engaging, cutting-edge art pieces. Picture this: You have a classic Victorian room that’s square and lined with dark wooden trim, and you add a colorful, abstract painting to the middle of a white wall. The artwork will instantly raise the level of your home’s aesthetic and make it more intriguing, rather than classical or predictably Victorian. Just because the architecture looks one way doesn’t mean that every detail in the interior of your home has to reflect the era.

By installing a wall-mounted fireplace, hanging some modern light fixtures and incorporating cutting-edge artwork, you can revamp your Victorian home and transport its interior design into the 21st century.