The gallery wall is one of the most creative and fun home design elements of 2016 that’s carried into 2017. Basically, this design feature is an aesthetically pleasing assembly of photos and artwork that takes up a large portion of your wall, usually in a hallway or in the main living area. It’s a great […]
The Doctors’ very own Dr. Rachael is having her first baby – welcome to the world of ModernMoms! With her due date around the corner, Dr. Rachael meets and shops with the interior design team in her hometown, Chicago. On the show, The Doctors unveils the finished project to her, for the first time, on-stage. Below […]
Home and interior design are in a constant, ever-advancing state of evolution. But since humans have sought shelter in caves, the primary purpose of our homes – shelter – has remained constant.
Decorate your toddler’s bedroom with colors, a theme and furniture that’s suitable for her now and that can grow with her as time goes on. Updating her nursery into a “big girl’s room” that fits her personality will last longer than the nursery you designed for her. Ask her for input on her bedroom decor, if possible.
A baby room, or nursery, is a room that will be remembered long after the baby has grown into adulthood. Decorating the nursery is, in one way, planning ahead for how the months and years after birth will be reminisced. Also, the decorations in a nursery will be some of the earliest things a newborn will set eyes upon, and parents rightly want to make those decorations stimulating and pleasant for the child. Decorating a baby room is not difficult, and remembering a few key steps before actually setting the room up can save time later.
Whether made by a professional artisan or by your children in school, arts and crafts can make a room stand out. Crafts run the gamut from designs painted on a wall to hand-sewn pillows, from hand-thrown pottery pieces to carefully constructed wall art. Choose to make and decorate with crafts that give your room a modern edge or stick with folksy crafts that give your room a down-home, Americana feel.
A teen’s room gives him a place to study, hang out and do his other hobbies, in addition to the obvious sleeping he does there. If your teenage son lets you near his bedroom, make the decorating process a joint effort. Involving him in the process allows him to express his individuality in the bedroom decor. A decorating plan before you begin the process ensures the decor works well together and stays on budget.
If you are among millions of people who call a cubicle a workplace, consider yourself lucky. Although, you may see it only as a table with three low walls, a cubicle is your sanctuary and an extension of your home. A cubicle, which usually comes in a bland color of office gray, is a blank canvas, where you can creatively decorate using ideas that will suit your personality and style.
Decorate your baby’s room with a color scheme or theme that relaxes you and makes you feel content, as your baby will feed off your feelings, especially in the beginning. His room is supposed to a tranquil retreat that makes him feel secure. Keep the main parts of the room, such as the walls and furniture, neutral so they can grow with your child if you don’t want to put time and money into redecorating the room in a couple years.
Most people concern themselves with furniture and accessories when decorating a room. However, the walls are a huge part of any room and can greatly alter the look and feel of the room. Decorate the space with color, patterns and texture that add style and character to the room. Change the wall decor in any room at any give time to give the entire room a makeover.