Latest Furniture Designs For Living RoomLatest Furniture Designs For Living Room

What's on your floor can add to the decorating style but if you can not afford new floors in your living room then you can mask your current floors with small rugs with a contemporary design - either a geometric print or a plain sisal rug. If you are lucky enough to be able to afford new floors check out bamboo floors or slate or clay tile. Sleek lined furniture with chrome accents goes nicely with this look and you might try shopping at consignment stores if you are short on cash.

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Transitional Living roomTransitional Living room

Whilst maintaining themes throughout your space make sure that you do not add too many and also that there are not too many dominant pieces in any given space. By their very nature the quality of a natural wood finish can be very alluring and eye-catching so avoid using tons of this material everywhere.

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Traditional Living roomTraditional Living room

When it comes to decorating your living room you have to decide what is best. It's easier to browse online because you have plenty to choose from. Plus you can do it from the comfort of your own home.

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Bathroom Lighting FixturesBathroom Lighting Fixtures

You don't have to settle for ordinary when it comes to bathroom basins. This is your opportunity to make a change that will upgrade the look and give you a fresh style in there. Yet it isn't expensive and it isn't hard to do on your own. While you need it to be fully functional there is no reason why it can't be beautiful too!

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Bathroom FlooringBathroom Flooring

As with the country and traditional bathrooms cast iron baths are a must. Either a roll-top or slipper bath will do and although you don't want holes or rust the more dilapidated it looks the better. Even consider running sandpaper over the paint work and claw feet. It's always worth looking out for old fittings at antique shops and car boot sales.

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Bathroom FaucetBathroom Faucet

A full sized standard tub or combination shower and tub measures 32 inches by 60 inches. A standard toilet is 20 inches by 25 inches and the vanity is usually 19 inches deep and space will determine the width of the sink vanity. There are many small bathroom floor plans that easily incorporate these fixtures in a bathroom as small as 5 feet by 8 feet. Of course a larger area naturally provides more options. An additional 2 feet of space will allow for a very useful linen closet perhaps placed at the end of the tub. However storage can be taken into account to include spacious medicine cabinets and narrow depth cabinets for the wall above the toilet. Lighting and ventilation must also be looked at ahead and if a window does not already exist fluorescent lighting is available in abundant styles some with ventilation fans incorporated into the design.

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Bathroom Decorating IdeasBathroom Decorating Ideas

The fantasy design is ideally exclusive to only larger bathrooms as with all futuristic interior design large open spaces are what brings the room together. Steam cabins and whirlpool baths are the ideal choice for showering and bathing. Or combine the two will a well designed bath screen and a glass shower panel. Because of their minimal effect Walk-in showers also work well with modern tiling chrome shower fixtures and classy shower lighting.

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Bathroom CurtainsBathroom Curtains

Don't be afraid to decorate with bold colours when tiling or painting getting the contrast right with the chrome and the gloss. If using curtains be subtle with the designs and colours but preferably go for stylish roller blinds.

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Bathroom Cabinet IdeasBathroom Cabinet Ideas

Over the past decade with the popularity of TV shows like Changing Rooms the trend for old-fashioned bathrooms has seen a real upsurge. A rare gem of an old slipper bath or rusty traditional faucet may be found at a scrap yard or in a skip but thankfully manufacturers are keeping up with demand with skillfully crafted traditional bathroom products.

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Backsplash For KitchenBacksplash For Kitchen

Marble Kitchen Counters. Marble has an unrivaled classic look that always seems to be in style. For lovers of white kitchens in particular a marble counter offers more variety than almost any other material. Marble is known more for the patina it develops with use than for its durability. It’s a softer stone than granite and can scratch and stain easily;; the cost typically ranges from $70 to $100 per square foot installed.

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