Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:07:56 AM
Contemporary The contemporary style includes all the trends of the late twentieth century. Soft lines, rounded shapes. The interiors contain neutral elements, but also bright colours and focuses on the simplicity of line and shape. Interiors are limited to tone-over-tone combinations, with shades of brown, cream and pure white. Strong stains of colour are often found on walls , carpets and art objects. The design of lighting objects turns them into works of art . Lamps have straight lines and metal finishes. Furniture - pieces with clean lines, fine outlines, surfaces without sculpture or ornaments. Light coloured wood, maple or sycamore , with accessories from stained glass, steel, nickel or chrome. Natural fabrics such as silk, wool or cotton, are used for their texture and neutral shades. However, brightly colored patterns are found in carpets or pillows.
Psychedelic. Okay, so in the sixties and seventies, there were reasons for glow in the dark, psychedelic paint and black lights, though these excuses were usually less than savory and not entirely legal. Today, though, the bright T-shirts and posters have returned, with many individuals covering walls with glow in the dark designs and even painting whole walls in psychedelic paint, installing black lights in their recreation rooms or game rooms for entertainment purposes. This retro design option, coupled with disco lights that are more reminiscent of the late seventies, can really take you back to "the day"', especially if you put in the right music!
Sofas are usually the victims of difficult greasy stains. A dollop on butter is the surest way making the cleaning task supremely difficult. To remove the difficult stains, use a neutral soap. Dampen a piece of rag in a dilute solution of neutral soap water and blot the stain. It will slowly disappear. Avoid using hard detergents, furniture polish or varnish, oil, and turpentine. Using such stuff will discolor a patch on your sofa.
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