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Installing Dark Hardwood Floors in Living Room

September 03, 2019 By: Administrator Category: Living Room

Installing Dark Hardwood Floors in Living Room – It is necessary to pay attention to the comfort in a living room. The contrast of color becomes a supporting factor for the comfort. If the floor in the living room is made of wooden and has dark colors, you can paint the wall with bright color paints and decorate the room with bright and cute adornment. It is useful to balance the contrast of the color. There are some arrangements for the color contrast in your living room.

Harmony in combining colors will be created if the dark colors on the floor are blended with bright colors on the wall or the decoration. It is going to be lovable if the dark-colored floor is contrasted with bright-colored furniture. This will attract your guests’ attention to look at things with brighter colors. The harmony and the comfort will appear further. Bright colors, such as white, pink, orange, and yellow, can be used as the color for the wall and furniture. This will create balance  in the room and make the interior brighter and sweeter.

dark hardwood floors in living room

dark hardwood floors in living room

dark hardwood floors in living room with fireplace and TV

dark hardwood floors in living room with fireplace and TV

dark hardwood floors in living room with white interior

dark hardwood floors in living room with white interior

Dark hardwood floors in living room with white sofa sets

Dark hardwood floors in living room with white sofa sets

Beside use of such colors, use of  natural materials, such as stones and woods, also make the atmosphere in the living room cozier and lovelier. You can also “break” the darkness of the floor by putting a brighter-colored carpet. If it is combined with the proper color, the dark-colored floor will make your living room more modern and more elegant.

Next, the dark-colored floor, especially hardwood floor, can be used for all of rooms in the house because the color is unique and more neutral compared to other colors. With a perfect combination, the dark-colored floor can be used for rooms with modern and traditional styles.


12 Modern Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings

September 03, 2019 By: Administrator Category: Ceilings

Many designs that you can plan for your own home. One way to make the ceiling is formed concavely. The ceiling that concave rarely made ​​in this modern era. Usually the ceiling is made horizontally. However, in the ceiling that concave can you create by giving a fan on hanging up on the ceiling. With the ceiling that concave then the fan is not too stuck down. By giving this furniture the ceiling did not feel empty and more beautiful.

When creating the ceiling that concave usually has a height of the ceiling is not so high. As seen there is a picture that the ceiling is only as high as the room door, but because it is made concave room look more spacious and comfortable. therefore you can give a sizable fan for the ceiling that concave gives room for the wind metaphors. But in this election there are many kinds of shape. There is a fan that does not have some that have the lights. If your bedroom does not have lights then you could switch with lights which is owned by a fan in the hanging on the ceiling up.

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in bedroom with green wall paint colors

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in bedroom with green wall paint colors

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in bedroom with grey wall paint colors

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in bedroom with grey wall paint colors

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with dark brown sofa

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with dark brown sofa

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with dark furniture

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with dark furniture

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with fireplace and TV

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with fireplace and TV

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with fireplace and white furniture

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with fireplace and white furniture

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with fireplace

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with fireplace

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with hardwood floors and fireplace

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with hardwood floors and fireplace

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with hardwood floors

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with hardwood floors

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with leather sofa sets

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room with leather sofa sets

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings in living room

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings with cream wall paint colors

Ceiling Fans with Lights for Cathedral Ceilings with cream wall paint colors

The lights also have a variant. There are at left open but some of them are covered by the glass and aluminum to add the beauty of the lights. From its fans also have some kind of, some have three propeller rod to five rods. Therefore you should be careful in choosing most appropriate fans for your room. One thing that should not be forgotten that the combination of colors between the fan and the room around. When the ambient room has a natural atmosphere then you can choose a fan that has a brown color to reinforce their natural atmosphere.

Besides to the room, you can put a fan with the lights in the room to the other. It can be in the family room, living room or workspace. With your own innovation to create the atmosphere of being what you want.

If you have a large room that can be added to the amount of fans in the concave ceiling for air circulation for the better.


How to Choose The Best Paint Colors for Kitchen Cabinets

September 02, 2019 By: Administrator Category: Kitchen

There are a lot of opportunities within your kitchen cabinets to add a punch of color. But how do you put together a scheme of colors that look good together? With so many colors and shade variations, it can be a challenge, can’t it? But what a great challenge that is.

Well, cabinet is the most important thing that leads the coloring of your kitchen. Therefore, without a nice color of cabinet, your kitchen will look old fashioned.

Interior experts revel in the complexity of putting together a color-rich palette, especially in a kitchen. “White cabinets? No problem,”they say. “But you’re missing an opportunity if you don’t introduce some color somewhere else in the room.”

Okay, which color– or colors to put together? That seemingly simple question drives homeowners to stare at paint chips until they’re dizzy and to cover their walls with so many samples that they look like crazy quilts. In actuality, normal human eyes can distinguish about 7 million different colors. Some go together, others don’t. It helps to understand color theory, but even if you know that nearly every warm color has a cool complement, that doesn’t mean you’ll like that particular combination.

No wonder so many people choose white, since it is an amazing warm color which complementarity mixes with any other color. But there are many whites; cool, warm, and neutral. So where do you begin?

Blue paint colors for kitchen cabinets with hardwood floors

Blue paint colors for kitchen cabinets with hardwood floors

Gray paint colors for kitchen cabinets with dark hardwood floors

Gray paint colors for kitchen cabinets with dark hardwood floors

Green paint color ideas for kitchen cabinets with laminate flooring

Green paint color ideas for kitchen cabinets with laminate flooring

Green paint colors for kitchen cabinets with white wall colors

Green paint colors for kitchen cabinets with white wall colors

Orange paint colors for kitchen cabinets with white wall colors

Orange paint colors for kitchen cabinets with white wall colors

Red paint colors for kitchen cabinets with very soft orange color on wall

Red paint colors for kitchen cabinets with very soft orange color on wall

Soft yellow paint colors for kitchen cabinets and wall

Soft yellow paint colors for kitchen cabinets and wall

White paint colors for kitchen cabinets with blue wall colors

White paint colors for kitchen cabinets with blue wall colors

White paint colors for kitchen cabinets with red wall paint colors

White paint colors for kitchen cabinets with red wall paint colors

First, consider the light. Natural light greatly affects the perceived color of a surface. Northern light is cool, for instance, and it’s often best to counter it with a warm color. But as the sun moves or drifts behind clouds, colors shift and change. Artificial lighting changes colors, too. That’s why it’s so important to apply samples where the colors will be used and in context with other colors and materials—which also affect perception.

Also consider the reflective qualities of colors and surfaces. Dark, rough surfaces swallow light, while pale, smooth surfaces reflect and magnify its effect.

So, if you like the cute-looking cabinet, choose the color that is not too bright nor too dark. Since both such colors will affect perception too much. Or, if you really insist, mix the bright color with the dark one, or use the dark color with enough lighting.

You can also put track trends into consideration. Which colors reign? True, white remains the classic choice for painted cabinetry. But if you’re looking for something trendy, paint companies introduce new palettes every year. And don’t just change white to black and back again to white. Try different colors to make your kitchen always look new, but do not overdo it.

The last thing is, consider letting the design style of the kitchen be your guide. In general, classic, traditional kitchen designs benefit most from classic, traditional kitchen cabinet paint colors, like creams and whites. Classic-style kitchen cabinets will all look great with bright whites or subdued creams.

If your kitchen is a modern one, you can choose light or warm colors together with shining ones for your cabinets. This mixture will allow them to look rich-ish and elegant.