The bedroom shouldn’t just be where you go to lay your head to rest, get to sleep and wake up just as exhausted less than eight hours later. Your bedroom can be a haven. A room where you can turn a dim light on instead of the entire room to create a soft ambience that highlights a focal point inviting you to snuggle up in bed. To relax, unwind, get tucked in and ready for a full night of comfort. Overly wild walls with bright reds, warm oranges and luminous pinks might be great to wake up to, but winding down requires a little subtlety.
Want to be taken seriously at work, to project yourself to the higher-ups as a professional who’s worthy of promotion? Your desk tells an entire story about you. It can project professionalism, tell management how seriously you take your job, or if you are really just content to have a job with no real ambition to climb the career ladder. That is how much of an impact your desk can have.
Framing wedding photos are never as straightforward as picking your favourite and running with it. There’s just too many to choose from.
Decorating a children’s bedroom or nursery needn’t be difficult. If you are sick of the bland walls and need some inspiration to inject colour, fun, and educational wall art into a child’s room, check out the ideas below.
5 Design Ideas for a Children’s Bedroom / Nursery
A number of plants grown in Britain are imported, but even those grown locally are often hybrids of heirloom plants. The plants with the brightest foliage and biggest of petals usually spring to life in Spring and Summer, then peter out by August, September.
All is not lost. You can harvest your colourful petals, dehydrate the flowerheads, possibly some stems, and frame them to use as real botanical art you can enjoy when the garden goes to ground.
Who said you had to buy expensive acrylic paints, specialty art paper, and get expensive paintbrushes dirty to create your own art?
Art is what you make it and you can have a whole bunch of fun in the process using mixed media, which just means more than one type of medium. Art is meant to be relaxing. To give your mind something to get engrossed in without overthinking it.
What simpler way to do that than by upcycling used tea bags.
Ever found yourself looking at a framed piece of artwork and seeing dust particles in the frame, fingerprints or smudges on the art, glazing or mount boards, or even wondered why there’s a sheet of paper over the back of the frame?
A lot goes into picture framing and not very much of it is all about aesthetics.
It’s easy to go down to the shop, pick up a card, put a name on it, stick it in an envelope and either pop it in the post or hand it to him. Not much thought. Nothing that really says, “Dad… Thanks so much for everything you have done this past year. You are awesome. I really appreciate everything.”
For a Father’s Day gift that’s really fitting this year, make it bold, print it, frame it, and make it extra special.
Every year, in June, there’s an awareness week specifically to help you “breathe easy”.
In light of the Breathe Easy awareness week, and the fact that a lot of people are in dire need of anything that can calm their minds, we are sharing some of our best tips for photography and framing that you can use around the home, the office, or your garden summerhouse.
Your home décor affects more than how your home looks. It has an impact on the mental health of everyone in the home, self-perception, confidence, mood, and if you need to work from home, it will affect your productivity too.
If you have never taken the time to consider the types of prints to frame and display, it’s definitely worth considering, because there’s a lot more to home décor than framing a single print you like, tapping a nail in the wall and hanging it.