It’s that time again for another look into the online world of DIY disasters. Welcome to another Friday Faux Pas from Terry’s Fabrics， after scouring the web this image struck us as particularly awful.decorative pillow covers
What was that old saying？ “.orange and green should never been seen.” Well that may not quite be the saying but in this case it should definitely apply. It may have been cool in the 1970’s to mix an avocado bathroom suite with terracotta patterned tiles and a rust coloured carpet but now a day’s most of the above is a no go area. If the matching sink， toiletlinen sheets， and bath wasn’t enough green for your liking you could always accessorise with green fluffy toilet seat cover， rug and matching towel combo.
Orange is a big colour at the moment in fashion and in the world of interiors with it being one of pantones colours for last year along with emerald green this year， both these colours are beautiful in their own right and can look nice together in an otherwise neutral room. ？Of course， everything should be done in moderation. Keep an eye out for next week’s Friday Faux Pas.
Who says interiors have to be immaculate and considered fully decorated to give it the wow factor. Plain ivory or white walls can be given an informal chic style simply by resting a large picture against it – perfect if you don't want to start banging picture hooks into wall plaster which may not be that stable.
Hello there! I am so excited to show you how to make your very own West Elm knock off Bentwood Pendant today! I had been swooning over West Elm's Bentwood Pendant Lights for months, but I just could not bring myself to spend $189 on one for our family room. I had to figure out a way to make one for myself. After A LOT of head scratching, I finally figured it out and LOVE the results.
For many people, textiles are an overwhelming passion. A chair may be an object of sculptural beauty, but a textile holds more tactile appeal. And, with their woven or printed patterns, textiles demand to be considered thoughtfully, as if contemplating a painting for its use of colour or ingenuity of composition. Strangely enough though, textiles and rugs are often wrongly viewed as the poor relations of larger or bulkier household items like furniture or lighting.