Most people don’t really give a lot of thought to their home’s decor. In many cases people have the feeling that there isn’t much they can to improve the look and feel of their home because they have the idea that this means an overall redesign that might even involve rebuilding it from scratch.
This is an idea that’s gotten even more momentum because of certain television programs that feature destroying old homes to create a new ones. A tour of the Inviting Home website will show you that this misconception isn’t true. You can indeed do a lot with almost any home without having to destroy it first.
Inviting Home’s website, invitinghome.com, approaches home decor with the idea that there is an unlimited potential in the design of any home, all that’s needed is some thought, a bit of the right advise and a wide inventory of everything from hand carved Corbels to all the touches needed to make an ordinary fireplace the focal point of a room.
While the structure and exterior of a home is often (sometimes literally) carved in stone, there’s a lot that can be done with the interior. Sometimes all you need is to add a detail here and there to add a touch of depth to what may have originally been a flat, featureless wall. Things like a carved crown molding, corbels and wood brackets will add a touch of elegance and refinement to a room without the need for major structural changes.
I think that when first faced with such a project, most people can be kinda overwhelmed but by taking things one bit at a time it’s easier to see how just the right changes can accomplish a lot.
Something that I appreciate about Inviting Home’s site is that rather than just slam product in your face until you buy, they’re also about being informative and helpful. Their “Decorating Ideas” section is loaded with page after page after page of inspiring material covering everything from “ceiling decor” to “Green Design”. There is another invaluable resource in their Home Improvement Blog with timely articles about every aspect of home decor.
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