Carving pumpkins and hanging bats and skulls in and around your home can get old really fast, especially if it’s something you do each year. Halloween may be fun and eventful for the young ones, but it can also be the perfect opportunity for you to redecorate your home in a not-so-scary theme. Overblown haunted house and cemetery themes are so passé; this year, “un-decorate” your home for the scariest holiday of the year with these understated décor themes. There’s no need to go over the top to create Halloween décor that the kids—and adults—will definitely remember.
Halloween is one of the few holidays that lets you be as crazy and creative as you want to be with your home decor. If you’re looking for a stylish treat to make your Halloween decorating extra special, then here’s a delightful trick for you to try. We’ll show you how to turn your heartwarming Christmas tree into a heart-stopping centerpiece that’s guaranteed to turn heads on Halloween night.
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Are you dying to turn your home into a house of horror? With its sleek silhouette and jet black needles, the Treetopia Basics – Black Tree makes an excellent choice for a skeleton-inspired tree.
When it comes to home decorating, Christmas may be the easiest and most popular occasion for bringing out the interior decorator in you. The key to every Christmas décor scheme is the Christmas tree. Your Christmas tree décor can essentially only go two ways: you can either stick to the traditional method of decorating or break free from the shackles of Christmases past and find new ways to make your tree more distinct and personal. While some traditionalists may insist on combining the two, this still counts as a way to infuse your tree with your own unique touch.
If you’re tired of using the same Christmas decorations every year, then it’s time to think outside the old ornament box. To freshen up the look of your tree or holiday spaces, turn to your favorite pastime or profession for inspiration. We’ll show you how to use old trinkets, knick-knacks, collectibles, or the tools of your trade to add style and personality to your usual holiday decorating tradition.
Just a few weeks have passed since fashion week, so it’s not surprising if you’re still experiencing a “fashion hangover.” The deluge of design inspiration and fashion-themed ideas from this world-famous event is a wonderful resource for home décor schemes and party themes that will help you bring the world of fashion into your home. If you’re planning to throw a stylish fall party, you’re in luck. With just a few fashion-themed tips and tricks, this post will show you how you can recreate the excitement of fashion week at home with your very own “fashionista party.”
If your autumn home décor is looking a little drab and a bit uninspired, look no further than the chic city of Milan for some hot, stylish hues and ensembles that you can apply to your seasonal tree. The fine line that divides fashion and design has always been a subject of debate. In the translation from the runway to your home, this ambiguity helps to add interest to your interior design. The jury’s still out on whether haute couture borrows from interior design or vice versa, and this post aims to show that it could go both ways. While the latest fall fashion can provide some design inspiration for your home, creative home décor can also provide some design cues for haute couture.
From Elsa Schiaparelli’s 1937 lobster dress to Lady Gaga’s iconic meat dress, food has long been a visual treasure trove for designers hungry for inspiration. Lately, fashion shows have been a smorgasbord of culinary-oriented clothing and accessories, with Moschino serving up fast-food styled dresses and Kate Spade models toting bags shaped like Chinese take-out containers.
Decorating a Christmas tree might seem like a walk in the park, and it might even be, but if you want a tree that will wow everyone who lays eyes on it, there are a few guidelines to be followed. Think of your tree as a blank canvas on which you can create a masterpiece that reflects your personality and aesthetic sensibilities. If you’re just going through the motions, it will show in the way you set up and decorate your tree. Getting an expensive tree is not the be-all and end-all of holiday decorating so it’s important to give YOUR tree YOUR undivided care and attention.
Welcome to the second half of our series on home decorating and design based on fashion. Just like in our previous article, we’ll discuss how you can translate the hottest trends of Fall Fashion Week 2014 into fresh and fabulous looks for your rooms this fall season.
The month of September was abuzz with activity as New York, Paris, Milan, and London pulled out all the stops at their respective Fashion Weeks. In honor of this prestigious industry event, we present a two-part series focusing on how you can incorporate the hottest 2014 fall fashion trends into your home decorating. Look to the catwalk for a wealth of colors, fabrics, patterns, and accessories that you can use as a source of inspiration for adding style and excitement to your interiors.
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