Monthly Archives: May 2016

Your small bedroom will be look so pretty and different one

How to change the small rooms to be large is simple, then just learn more :

1) Create a Focal Point 

Every room needs a focal point, an eye catching spot that establishes a hierarchy so you don’t see just-a-jumble. Many times, the focal point is the head of the bed, which you can amplify with an arrangement of bold pillows. In a small space, your eye might also be attracted to the window. Rather than let these two strong elements compete for attention, place the bed in front of the window to meld cohesively. Or, dress one element the bed or the window neutrally, so it recedes and the other can take center stage.

2)Keep Things Open 

It might be tempting to buy the biggest bed possible to feather-a-luxurious-nest. But doing this in a small space tends to cause a more cramped feel. Instead, choose a bed with small stature that won’t choke the room, such as an iron bed with a see through headboard and footboard. Or pick a bed with no footboard at all, such as a platform or storage bed. Doing so will keep the middle of your room open, making it-feel-larger.

3)Go for It

There are two ways to treat a-smal-bedroom. You can make it dark and cozy with saturated berry reds or chocolate browns. Or, you can boost daylight with barely dressed windows and a light bouncing color on the wall, such as cloud white or sunshine yellow. Either-way, don’t take a weak approach. You can be bold in a small space without risking too much money or effort.

4)Sneak In Storage

In tight confines, every square inch is potential storage. Sure, you can stash sweater boxes under the bed, but if you boost the bed frame on blocks and add a voluminous skirt, you can hide a set of luggage under there. Place a storage ottoman under the window to hold extra bedding. Use a chest as a bedside table to gain drawer space. Make the most of your closet with an organizer system. And look for wall space where you can hang abookshelf.

5)Seize Opportunities in a Small Bedroom

Look for ways to make your small-bedroom-special. Decorate a bedroom with punchy fabrics and expressive patterns. Choose interesting lighting, such as a charming chandelier or sculptural table lamps. For a small bedroom idea that makes a statement, try an unusual headboard, Pick one that is extra tall, brightly upholstered, or curvy. And use artwork to show off your personality. It doesn’t have to be pricey framed snapshots will do. Remember, this is the most personal space in your home, so decorate a bedroom with what makes you happy.

Pretty Backyard With The Fire Pit Ideas

unduhanDo you know That there’s anything better than sitting around a bonfire eating toasty marshmallows-and-listening to crackling wood ? However, lives in an apartment and can’t enjoy such pleasures unless someone else is throwing a party. Here are some inspiring fire pits that you can use and practise it :

1. This artistic DIY mosaic fire pit is perfect for the bold color lover. Kristy O, of 3 Peppers, provides-detailed-steps of laying the pavers, creating the pit, and choosing the mosaic tiles for her Florida backyard project.

2. Giving old items new purpose is an art form. Sarah, creator of House and Fig, has that art mastered. She shows us in just seven steps how to turn a washing machine drum into a DIY fire pit. Talk about an upcycle.

3. Making a fire pit multipurpose isn’t something you’ll hear too often. Robin and Mike from All Things Heart and Home had a stellar idea to use their fire pit for not one, not two, but three purposes! Check out the how to on this fire pit tabletop game board.

4. Do you have a unique landscape feature that goes unused>>? Convert it into a fire pit!!! Lucy couldn’t keep the fish in her koi pond because of predators. Instead of constantly restocking, she let the water feature dry out. Now it makes a beautiful addition to her patio.

5. This DIY brick fire pit saved blogger Jim a pretty penny, costing only 1.35$. Most of the materials were leftovers scrapped from project sites. Check out Jim’s step by step guide on how to create this unique inground fire pit.

6. This tabletop fire pit is so neat. Karen shows us the detailed steps for making this portable fire pit on her blog, The Art of Doing Stuff. She goes as far as creating the glass enclosure and teaching us a cool trick with a spaghetti noodle.

7. If you aren’t afraid to get your hands dirty, this project is for you. From Man Made, a postmodern male’s hands on creativity blog, Chris shows readers how to create a concrete fire pit from scratch. Those who take on this project will really-enjoy Chris’s detailed explanations and images.

8. Morgan Satterfield of the Brick House needed to replace a-failed-attempt at a DIY cinder block fire pit. Testing out a new skill she picked up from friends, “Morgan explains a basic welding project to create this sleek, square fire pit”