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Stylish Appeal for your Home – Part 2

Posted on: December 4, 2011

To continue our previous post on Giving Your Home Stylish Appeal – Tips from Pro-Stagers:

Tip #4 – Balance. Avoid “lopsidedness” – the typical lining up of furniture along one wall, for instance. “‘Balance heavier furnishings with pieces across the room.'” And think about pulling items like beds and couches six inches away from the walls.

Tip #5 – Jazz Things Up! The article, written by Michele Meyer, quoting stagers such as Shannon Paige Boysen, Greg Wright and Annie Pinsker-Brown, calls Shades of Gray, White, Taupe, Beige and Silver soothing — and definitely NOT Boring! It all has to do with accent walls and adding, say, a couple antiques for character. Pop in color with accent pieces — vases, pillows and linens.

Tip #6 – Camouflage Flaws. Have a naked corner? Pop in a plant. Scarred hardwood floors? Plants or a well-placed throw rug will help. Unsightly air conditioning unit? Place some shelves right above it.

In short, all the advice talks up the idea of coordination: A “unified room draws the eyes”. And what could be more coordinating than cellular shades in an array of colors? Check Out the Free Samples of Cellular Window Shade Fabrics.

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