Sri Lankan Home Decor Ideas

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In the kitchen of the same Atlanta house, a linen curtain runs on a track spanning the room and can be pulled "to conceal the mess of preparation," Webb says. Steel-and-glass casements frame views of the pool and garden. KWC Gastro faucet.

HANG AN INTERIOR CURTAIN

A linen curtain runs on a track spanning the room and can be pulled “to conceal the mess of preparation

 

This Kansas City house's dining room, a former loggia, is "light, bright, and airy," homeowner and designer Zim Loy says. "I accomplished that with lots of white paint." She bought a beat-up old $60 table at an estate sale and gave it a fresh new look by the painting the base high-gloss white. Its curves echo the arms of the Barbara Cosgrove chandelier.

Paint an Inexpensive Piece of Furniture White

Gave it a fresh new look by the painting the base high-gloss white. Its curves echo the arms of the chairs.

In the second-floor hallway of a California house, designer Betsy Burnham overlaps Turkish runners from Rugs & Art, drawing the eye to a Moroccan-inspired reading nook. The vintage carpets "can transform a plain hallway into a decorated space," Burnham says. "A really faded, tattered rug is instantly Bohemian." The window seat is covered in Tibet woven silk from S. Harris. Pillows by Hollywood at Home; garden stool from Rolling Greens.

Dress Up Hallways with Turkish Runners

in the hallway of a house, overlaps Turkish runners from Rugs & Art, drawing the eye to a Moroccan-inspired reading nook.

"Float furniture away from the walls: It creates more intimate seating," designer Betsy Burnham says. She did just that in the living room of this California house. The console table separating back-to-back sofas is decked with vintage goddess figurine lamps and Chinese monkeys "for a Tony Duquette, William Haines flavor." Sellarsbrook rug, the Rug Company. Rectangular Cocktail Table, Baker.

Move Seating Away From the Walls

Float furniture away from the walls: It creates more intimate seating. The console table separating back-to-back sofas is decked with vintage goddess figurine lamps and ornaments.

Swap out your formal chairs (in this case, bright blue and green ones) for a few rustic metal ones. Designer Ramsay Gourd did this to create a more casual atmosphere in the dining room.

MIX-AND-MATCH CHAIRS

Swap out your formal chairs (in this case, bright blue and green ones) for a few rustic metal ones.

 

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