Monday, February 28, 2011

How to Create an Inviting Entry Hall

Your entry hall is the first thing most people see when they enter your home. You want the first impression of your home to be positive and welcoming. The décor should also reflect your personality and taste. It is easy to achieve a warm and inviting feel. There are many comfortable touches that you can add to your entry hall. First, a chair or bench will provide a good place to rest or pull on boots. A table to hold mail, keys and collectables is also useful addition to the space. If there is not enough room for a table or chest, a shelf will work as well. A mirror is a great idea, for vanity and to enlarge the feel of the space. An umbrella holder, coat hooks on the wall, or a coat rack, provide an accessible place to store guest’s belongings. A clock for the wall, tabletop or shelf will advise of the time. Large vases on the floor with arrangements will add a finishing touch. Matching accessories, such as candleholders with coordinated candles, sconces on the wall or vases filled with fresh flowers will complete the look of the space. Overall, a few thoughtful touches will bring a warm and inviting atmosphere to your entry. Visit http://www.cheapchicdecor.com/ to see the large selection of furniture, wall hangings and accessories available for your entry hall.








Thursday, February 17, 2011

Add a Tuscan Feel to your Living Room

Tuscan decorating is casual, eclectic, warm and rustic. Adding a Tuscan feel to your living room is easy to accomplish.  It can be done first with color.  Bring a warm red, yellow or green into the space with a centerpiece for your coffee table and decorative wall art.  Adding candles and throw pillows in the same warm shades will add to the look.  Accents can also add to the Old World feel of your room.  The addition of accessories such as rustic looking vases, wood and wrought iron furniture, metal or ceramic wall hangings and lamps will add an Old World ambiance.  Wrought iron furniture and accessories will add to the feeling.  The relaxed Tuscan look will compliment any décor.  Check out the wide array of Tuscan furniture and accessories available at http://www.cheapchicdecor.com/


Thursday, February 10, 2011

Cocktail Tables Are More Than Just Tables



No living room, family room or den is complete without a cocktail tableThe cocktail table is the entertaining center of your room.  It is the perfect spot to display accent pieces, serve food on beautiful trays or place magazines and TV accessories.  Cocktail tables are not limited to the traditional rectangular table anymore.  Chests, ottomans, trunks and tables of infinite sizes and shapes are now taking the place of the traditional coffee table.  The materials being used range from wood, to metal, to leather to fabrics.  Ottomans are often used in place of a traditional table, providing a comfortable place to prop your feet or place a tray.  A decorative trunk or a bombe chest will bring an interesting focal point to your room.  Check out the wide array of products to use as a cocktail table at http://www.cheapchicdecor.com/.

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