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How decorations can change the atmosphere in your house

Today’s life is full of stress, which makes it very difficult to find a calm and peaceful area that allows you to recharge for everyday activities. A disorganized home cannot provide you a balanced and calm space to return to after your work day is over. Emotions are the most important thing you need to take in consideration when you set up the house atmosphere. Use decorations and colors that make you feel comfortable.

One can easily create the perfect sanctuary with some simple tips and steps. Keep in mind that the choices you make when it comes to interior design will have a great impact on your perceptions. Clutter is the number one enemy to home harmony. Believe it or not, those piles of papers on the kitchen counter or the struggle you face when you are in a rush and you cannot find your keys can weigh you down and create tension. Clear the house clutter and stay organized.

Colors can change your mood and behavior. For a quiet and relaxing place stick with soft tones such as blues, greens, beiges, whites and greys. If you look for something more dynamic go with bold colors and different patterns or textures. It is essential to create a chromatic harmony between furniture, walls and floors. Add an accent to neutral rooms with soothing colors for things like tables, chairs, sofas etc. and a dramatic hue for décor.

From wall hangings to a refrigerator door covered with family photos, the entire environment should reveal our personality and desires. Bring a smile to your face with items filled with positive memories like fun excursions. Remove the couch you associate with bad feelings and create a family gallery or make your own art. If you have to redecorate, do not waste time on Camplace and browse magazines for decoration ideas.

Incorporate natural elements into your living areas for fresh and inner calm. For instance, you can recycle some wood to make a simple but unique storage stand for your hallway to inspire. Plants like bonsai trees or bamboo provide oxygen for the indoor air. Enhance your room with natural scents like essential oils, homemade candles and sprays. You can use different sources of light or a combination of floor lamp, natural and indirect light.

If you have small rooms, there is no need to panic. You can make them appear wider with inexpensive mirrors. They offer versatility and can add a touch of glamour. Furniture should always be simple and natural. In case you have a limited budget, you may repurpose some of the old things and give them a more exclusive image. Bring your closets to life and paint them to match the interior.

For the bedroom is best to pick neutral or pastels bedding and mohair or fleece covers, but accents are fine too. Cushion or leather headboards are ideal for comfort and stylish décor. The furniture arrangement of the living room should have a focal point. Keep it set into a comfortable and intimate group. Consider white and natural shades or use bright colors and soft textures. Do not forget to add extra pillows onto the couch and hang some family pictures.

The kitchen area should be cluster free. Whether you use it for drinks or meals, create a bar area for extra fun. Place flower vases on the counter for instant refresh. If you like a rustic image you can display cooking utensils, pans or pots as long as they do not overcrowd the room. Transform your bathroom into a leisure corner with flowers on consoles, candles by the tub or a bath tray to enjoy a glass of wine while you take you bubble bath. No matter the influence you select for home interior, remember that details make the difference in the atmosphere you generate.

Biografie in Czech

Přikláněji se zejména k modernímu umění, často s výraznými sklony k minimalismu, ale ani tak ozdobný styl jakým je například secese jim není ani trochu cizí. David Meloun(*1972) vystudoval umělecko-průmyslovou školu v Turnově, obor umělecký kovář. Po jejím dokončení v roce 1990 zakládá společně s otcem Karlem Melounem studio „Meloun“ a od té doby se věnuje volné tvorbě. V jeho tvorbě je na první pohled patrná láska k umění, silný cit pro detail a zpracovávaný materiál. Již více než 20 let se pravidelně zůčastňuje kovářských sympozií v Čechách i v Evropě. Libor Kácha(*1966) začal s kamenem pracovat v roce 1999 a i u něj je patrný blízký vztah k materiálu a umění. Zpočátku se věnoval výrobě kamenných luceren zejména; V letech 2004-2008 působí ve Velké Británii, kde se intenzivně věnuje studiu kamenického řemesla. Jeho práce je možné kromě České republiky vidět i ve skotském Edinburghu St. Andrews, Glasgow a v jižní části VB. Spojením těchto individualit vznikají neotřelé reakce na daný prostor a realitu.


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