When you decorate your home with interior decorative items you use color, texture and pattern to create visual interest. You use shape, line, form, scale and mass to create movement. You use light to create mood. The decorative items you choose to decorate your home each have a purpose, to add to the beauty and comfort of your surroundings. When you decorate, you design an interior landscape that is entirely according to esthetic scence. We are with you to fulfill your desires and thoughts.


Understanding how the particular items work in interior decorative design will increase your chances of success in redecorating projects. Understanding the difference between architectural elements and decorating items is key. Windows are an architectural element but window treatments can be changed. The treatments, then become the decorating items. Built-in cabinets and closets, though not integral to structure, are architectural in nature. Freestanding bookcases and display cabinets can be moved around, painted or stained another color, or even altered in size. These items, then become the decorative items. Walls and ceilings are architectural elements as they remain fixed in place. But the color and texture of walls and ceilings can be easily transformed. Paint is a decorating item. A wall is not.


Decorative items are those that enhance the architecture of your home, add visual interest and comfort and can be easily changed. Upholstered furniture and cabinetry contribute mass and scale to your scheme. The fabrics and finishes you choose add color and texture of the premises. Replacing the lamps, tables and accessories create flow within the room.

A decorative items can be anything from a large sectional couch to a small music box. It can be an antique rocking chair handed down from Grandma or a brand new dining table. It can be a clock, a vase or an area rug. Within this broad classification are two distinct kinds of items: common and personal. A common item would be the sectional couch. The antique rocker would be a personal item. Family photographs are personal items often seen arranged on a wall in a pleasing pattern. The pattern, then, becomes a common decorating item. That pattern can also be reflected on different item of the premises.


When you choose a specific style, it’s very like having a map to follow. Styles have certain characteristics that guide you in your selection of decorating items. If you have a more adventurous bend, you may decide to take an eclectic approach. If you make use of patterns and repetition, choose your decorative items to achieve visual interest through color and texture, and movement through mass, scale, line and form, and light it all skillfully, your design will be a success.

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