Jyotsna Nitika. Furniture. September 25th , 2017.
Diane has enjoyed decorating since she was a child. While she leans more toward a french country style, she finds beauty and interest in all decorating styles of today. She recently developed a liking for the industrial style and the industrial items she has recently discovered. She believes it is important to embrace new ideas and new creations and tries to keep an open mind when it comes to styles and trends. Her website is is a place to find industrial furniture and accessories for your home or business and was created to keep her busy doing something she loves since she has recently retired. You can join her in her new found love of the industrial/urban style by browsing and perhaps choosing a new piece for your home today.
The old bicycle wheel can be put to great use. It can be adapted to look like an edgy wall hanging, a magazine and letter holder, or a chandelier! The wheel can be used for making a comfortable chair or round table. It can be used for growing money plants, if the cycle wheel is made to lean on a wall, thereby allowing the vines to extend through the gaps. You can also place decorative flower pots around the wheel. Another great idea is to use discarded shoes, boots, and stilettos for growing small plants!
Tuscan Tuscan style decorated interiors contain a rustic , sun-drenched look characterized by stone floors, simple furniture and the elegant iron elements. The walls are painted with textured models and drawings in oil. The colors are reminiscent of the Tuscan hills. Brown, dark pink, navy and burgundy. The floors are made of terracotta tiles, mosaic stone and boarded floors. Accessories consist of candles with metal stand to recall the rustic theme. Painted ceramics.
Dramatically larger numbers of the Amish population living outside Michigan means that there's a very good chance the various pieces of wood furniture like living room and dining room sets, kitchen tables and chairs, entertainment centers, bedroom sets, office furnishings like desks and filing cabinets and so much more have been hand-built by craftsmen residing in nearby states, including Pennsylvania and Ohio.
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