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We can’t help but smile when we see certain colors in a room palette. Pink—a universally flattering and well-liked color (most people enjoy some shade of it)—might just be the quintessential happy hue. While pink often shows up in home decorating palettes， it’s usually featured on smaller items， like pillows， throws，？and table linensaccent pillow case baby boudoir， and only sometimes on larger textiles such as quilts. This is probably because there’s some degree of fear factor is splashing a room with an attention-grabbing hue. What if it looks tacky？ What if I get tired of it？ What if it seems too young？personalized christmas gifts
The good news is that it’s easy to do right by this color. Today we’re looking down， and shouting out one of our favorite places to use pink in a room palette： on the floor. Here’s a peek at some showstopping pink area rugs.
If you prefer more subdued， calming colors， look for area rugs in pastel pink shades. These have a softer character that easily lends itself to both vintage and sophisticated modern designs.
Likewise， if you’d like to experiment with just a touch of pink， choose rugs where the shade plays a supporting role. When part of an eye-catching pattern， pink has a youthfulness， energy， and vibrancy that’s hard to beat.
For die-hard pink fans， we’ve got simple advice： go whole hog with a bold， bright hue like fuchsia in a peppy pattern. Let the color do the talking， and keep the rest of your design on the minimalist side， for maximum impact.
What if you like pink， but you can’t quite get past the girly association？ Try coral， a shade midway between pink and orange that has all the freshness and vividness of brighter shades like fuchsia， with a relaxed， grown-up appeal.
If you’ve been gripped by the energy of renewal that Spring brings, you may be turning to your home and tackling?those areas that are in need of some TLC. Brighter, sunnier days can show up smeary windows that have been curtained off throughout the Winter. Bulky woollies might need to be stored away, leaving space for fresh, lighter clothes. Now that you can throw open the windows those tired corners can get a lick of paint, and heavy drapes can be replaced by lightweight linen?curtains. Spring cleaning needed be a massive task – just focussing for?15 minutes on each room can bring some Springtime sparkle into your house, and even the busiest of?us can find this small amount of time for some sprucing. To get you inspired, here are 5 Spring cleaning essentials to put the fun back into housework and the beauty back into your cleaning cupboard.
Good morning, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends! Tis’ the season to start decorating your home with pretty lights, shiny garland, and glittery Christmas balls.? If you have been searching for simple and inexpensive ways to add sparkle to your home then we have the perfect project using our stencil designs! Today we’re sharing a fun DIY project using one of our Christmas Stencils on a mirror. ? Let’s take a look…
We are very excited to launch our new collection for this spring/summer and wish to tell you a little more about the ideas behind it. Our main inspiration came from nature, and this time we are looking into both flora and fauna for print ideas. Below, our brand manager and creative mind Vaida tells a little about our favorite colors and prints.