Home Style: Six hot looks in summer bedding

If you were to rank your home-decorating projects, chances are “get new bedding” is low down on your list. We often sacrifice the style in the private spaces in our homes because they are out of the public eye. But think about this: Your bedroom is your sanctuary, and it’s up to your bedding ensemble to set the tone for this all-important space. I’ve found that remaking your bed with a new ensemble completely transforms the look of the entire room.

Let’s check out six hot trends in bedding.

Written By Mary Carol Garrity

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Kate Moss Has More In Common With Home Decor Than You Think (PHOTOS)

Kate Moss has a completely unique personal style that frequently inspires us to try new looks. But what we haven’t noticed, until recently, is her flair for color. Her ensembles frequently get us thinking about new color combinations for our outfits…and interiors. When the golden goddess wore one of her favorite combos, black and white, it had us rethinking that classic duo. A little bit of gold (or bronze) with black and white is something very special.

Even better, the black and white scheme also works with other colors (like deep teal and red), making it incredibly easy to find products that fit this decor. And it also allows mix and mingle your metals in the form of all your home accessories. Click through the slideshow below inspired by Kate Moss, to prove how this color palette can work for you.

Written By Raydene Salinas

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Know your home’s architectural style

Victorian or Colonial revival? Modern or contemporary?

Even if you’re just curious, knowing the style of a home can be helpful for buying, selling, remodeling or decorating.

Deborah Burns, executive director of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, said many homes have easily identifiable styles — a Colonial has a symmetrical facade, a small portico and a center hall, and a bungalow has a central roof dormer and a foundation made with patterned concrete blocks. But she also cautions that not all resources offer the correct information, and not all homes have a set style. It’s hardest to pin down suburban homes, she said.

Written By Margaret Ely

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From Sustainability to Durability, Fall 2013 Home Decor Trends Address Style Currents with Long Term Design Thinking

As the shelter industry looks forward to fall 2013, home decor trends are embracing a range of aesthetics while focusing, in principle, on issues of smart, sustainable growth. With a selection of new designs launching specifically for the fall season, EuroStyleLighting.com announces the top four things consumers can expect in modern lighting and home decor.

“This year we’re seeing the general acceptance of principles that leaders in the design community have long embraced—chief among them are a commitment to innovation and beauty,” explains Cori Magee, In-house Design Expert with Euro Style Lighting.

Written By PRWEB

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Home Style: 15-minute summer mantels

Celebrate the season by giving your mantel a 15-minute summer makeover. Your mantel display is the eye-catching focal point of the room, so trick it up for the season. But don’t spend much time. Light and breezy — and super-simple — is the name of the game when it comes to summer decorating. That way, you can get outside and enjoy the sun! Here are three simple but stunning mantel displays to inspire you this summer.
– Soft and serene, an asymmetrical display can be intriguing yet delightfully simple. We started by creating a strong visual element on the left side. Pillar candlesticks were the perfect pick. They bring in arresting height, yet because they are clear glass, they don’t overwhelm. Together, the three of them make a statement.

Written by  Mary Carol Garrity

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