Add a warm glow to your table this holiday season with this Tuscan Iron and Amber Glass Candle Holder Set. This set of 2 candle holders is the ultimate Mediterranean accent. The rustic brown metal and iridescent amber red glass will add warmth and charm to any space. Enjoy them in your living room, dining room, bathroom or bedroom. This set would also make a wonderful hostess gift. For more information visit www.cheapchicdecor.com.
We are always looking for interesting tips to decorate on a budget. In the article "Cheap Ways To Decorate An Apartment" in SF Gate, great ideas are given for decorating an apartment on a budget. They also take into consideration the fact that a rental apartment expensive permanent alterations are not desired or possible. Check out their cost effective ideas. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/cheap-ways-decorate-apartment-1835.html
Wine holders today run the gamut from traditional to unique and funky. There are so many types of wine holders available today, it is easy to find one that suits your style. If you are short of space, try a wall-mounted rack. Wall mounted racks can also serve as a unique wall decoration. They are functional as well as decorative. Wood and metal are the prominent materials used in wine holders today. Check out the different wine storage options shown below. For more interesting wine storage ideas visit http://www.cheapchicdecor.com/.
Game tables are a great gift for the whole family. They provide a wonderful place for the family to gather and enjoy each other. One of our favorites is the Butler Multi Game Card Table. We love pieces that are functional as well as decorative. You can play a variety of games on this stylish table that is veneered with an antique cherry or black finish. The game table includes all the game pieces, cups, dice and a deck of cards necessary for playing chess, checkers, backgammon, blackjack/ card games and cribbage. For more information visit www.cheapchicdecor.com.
We are often asked what to do in a room where something is not right in the design, but you are not sure which element is the problem. HGTV's Linda Woodrum has a great answer for that problem. She states that it is often a good idea to bring in someone else (a friend, spouse, etc.) to the space to give an additional opinion. She added that when you are working on a room, "Sometimes you're almost blinded by being too close to it, and that's where it helps to have a collaborator. " By bringing in another set of eyes, things can become more obvious. For more information check out Linda Woodrum's interview with Kathy McCleary on HGTV.com. http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/decorating_basics/article/0,1000138,HGTV_42791_4426624_04,00.html
Vertical lines in your decor will add height to a space. Painting vertical stripes on your walls or using wallpaper with vertical stripes, brings your eye up and down giving the illusion of more height in a room where there may not be any. Drapes can also be used to accomplish this. Long drapes give the appearance of height. Hanging your drapes on a rod higher than the window will give even more height to a space. Vertical lines can also be used to accentuate a tall room or tall windows, bringing more focus to this asset. For more great design ideas visit http://www.cheapchicdecor.com/.
We are often asked for ideas on how to add a Tuscan element to to decor. The ehow article " How To Decorate With A Tuscan Theme" offers interesting tips on how to accomplish this. For example, using simple window treatments and distressed, rustic furniture. Check it out athttp://www.ehow.com/how_6521023_decorate-tuscan-theme.html.