Ways to transition of your home from Fall to Summers

Changing your home to bring in the summer.

The change should not be too stark, should not cost you much money and need’nt be complicated.

Just as you change your wardrobes, here are some simple ways to help you wave off the heat and bring in some style for summer.

For your contemporary living room, transform it using some bright color cushions, slip covers or curtains. Instead of deeper colors, go for Neons, Orange, Red, Green, Yellow, etc. They add vibrancy to your living space.

Go for a light colored rug. If cushions are bright, go for pastel color shades of rugs. This adds a dimension of texture to your setting.

Remove the cozy patterns, warmer textures and blankets from your bedroom. Make your bedroom airy and fresh by adding the cool crisp white duvets.

If you have a garden in your house, with the summers setting in, add a water body to the area. This would make the area usable for a sit out, make the area cool, fresh and airy. How about choosing some animal objects for your space. These could be frogs, tortoise, reindeers, cranes, dogs, flamingos, etc.

Bring out patio furniture and improvise by arranging an outdoor table with a big umbrella to give off an island appearance and freshen up the paint on existing chairs.

Other popular choices could be to have some exotic pots in your area. Pots could be in trendiest colors such as Yellow, Parrot Green, Turqoise, Orange, etc. Make sure the design is plain and simple.

Add some paintings to your living area. Bring in abstract splash of colors when the sun starts to rise. Add in seasonal flowers to make a beautiful flower arrangement.

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Decorating your Garden in Style

Your outdoor decor can elevate the entire setting of the place

Beautiful gardens can be created in small spaces. The trick is selecting critical design elements that bring you pleasure and not to stuff everything into a tiny garden!

Decide the focus of your garden. Choose between having a flower/vegetable garden, a sit out garden, a play garden, etc.

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Using gorgeous plants, beautiful accessories and apt furniture can transform a confined location into a relaxing escape. Urban, Romantic, Sun, Low-maintenance, Rustic, Terrace and Minimalistic.

Invest in a range of planters and garden objects in unique shapes. Other popular choices could be to have some exotic pots in the area or a fountain.

Go for earthy lights, candle stands, driftwood pieces that sparkle your garden during get together.

Paint the back wall a rich vibrant red for a stunning contrast feature against the luscious green foliage. If you have lots of pots and planters in different sizes, a coat of the same bold shade can tie them together.

Have a unique cemented path in the middle of your garden. It brings a rustic feel to it.

Make a list of all the different kinds of flowers you want to have in your garden. Consider the climate you live in, and the growing season. Choose plants that have similar water requirements and are environment friendly.

Use rattan furniture that’s subtle and goes well with your setting. Use plush armchairs that are bold and fashionable to complement your garden.

Durable materials used in outdoor furniture

Choose material that is weather resistant, washable and environment friendly. Go for pieces that speak volumes and light up your garden.

How about getting a little more east to our homes this season?

Bright flashes of hot reds, ornate wall murals and rich wooden cabinet carved to perfection – traditional Chinese interior design is recognized across the world.

Bringing in more of East has created a style which reflects “subdued luxury” as well as retaining the clean sharp lines of traditional Chinese Interiors.

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You can achieve the modern oriental look by keeping to a neutral colour pallet including smokey grey’s, sandalwood and mahogany – add Cream and gold for an Oriental twist.

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The picture described shows a Chinese script sofa concept. Along with it a Table depicting a Japanese man pulling the cart. The Chinese bar along with it takes you back into history. The tassels on the bar stool, the Chinese fan on the wall along with the Chinese chandeliers’ add so much of depth to this oriental concept.

Keep the furniture clean and simple, but don’t be afraid to “glam it up” with reflective lighting and crystal. Finish off the room with beautifully smelling flowers and candles to really add a calming mood.

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You could also experiment with some gorgeous Chinese Lights in the living area.

Decorate your restrooms with Lighted Monks or Buddhas. Don’t forget they are all Oriental origin and can bring the feel of a spa at home.

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Accessorize your garden with some a unique Buddha planter. They symbolize peace and sanctity in the house.

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Asian style interior design takes its cue from Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese and other Eastern cultures. Asian design influences contemporary interiors with spaces for relaxation, feng shui furniture arrangements, Asian-style upholstery, use of silk, Chinese statues, etc.