Family photos are the most personal part of your home. If you enjoy having some out, here are a variety of ways to use them:
If looking at the black screen is not desirable, there many options for integrating your TV using wood framing or stone. If you want to hide it completely, cabinetry such as this one from Horchow or an antique cabinet won’t call attention to the TV. On the other hand, this Rochebobois photo uses the screen by accessorizing to give balance.
A good formula for ceilings is the trim color plus 50% white. Cream is better for the ceiling than a dead white. It is also a good place to save $ as it does not need to be washable. Use a reflective, glossy glaze on a low ceiling for height and a matte finish in a darker color on a ceiling that is too high. Don’t use a roller for high gloss, it will create unwanted texture.
Have you tried Chalk Paint? It has been popular in the U.K. for twenty years. Now it is trending in the US as an inexpensive way to give furnishings a fresh look! It can be a do-it-yourself project or achieve the look through others painting. The thirty colors can be used separately or combined for a deeper color. Do you want fabric to match? The natural dyes in chalk paint allow you to do this. (If you are going to donate it anyway, you might as well experiment!)
bulthaup designed this interior fitting system. You can arrange then re-arrange and even re-arrange to your heart’s content. Utensils are securely held by V-shaped channels. bulthaup is located in Scottsdale, AZ or bulthaup.com