Colours in your home

5 Interior Colour Combinations

Five colourful combinations that work great in the home. The key with the selection that we’ve chosen here is the neutral base. The colour comes from the furniture and accessories. As we’ve said before this is a great way to be able to easily change the look and feel of a room. Bethvictoria.com

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Decorating

Decorating the Dorm

This is the time of year when students around the world are getting ready to move away from home to start their university life. One of the most important aspects of this move is decorating the ‘dorm’ room. Making it homely, fun and a good environment to do work. ORGANISE    DECORATE        …

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Colours in your home

5 Top Colour Combinations

We’ve chosen five rooms with colour combinations that we think really work. From subtle combinations to brighter pops of colour. Take a look at colours that you wouldn’t normally think to put together and the classic combinations. This mix match of warm hues works well in this dining area. The neutral colours of the wall, …

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Colours in your home

Colours of Spring 2015

This is Pantone’s colour report for Spring 2015, we’ve found some items for your home that use these colours for some home inspiration.   (1)  These polka dot ‘Harlequin’ wedgwood plates include a few of these spring colours! Strawberry ice, Aquamarine, and a custard woodbine mix.    (2) Emma Bridgewater Pink Wallpaper Vase and Candle. …

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Decorating

Painting Your Home

Thinking about painting the exterior of your house? Heres a guide on what colours work together, from the roof to the walls to the shutters and doors! The table is from a vintage magazine on decorating. With some useful advice! After all anyone can see the outside of your home! Bethvictoria.com

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The Home Library

Whether you’ve got hundreds of books, hundreds of DVDs or you’re starting your collection a home library or simply the right type of book shelf will be a great part of your home.      These simple bookcases from places like ikea and other home stores are a simple and a reasonably low cost way of …

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Decorating

The Student Room

At the start of every university year a big part of the build up is how to decorate your room. There are some essentials to add to any university room to give it a fun and homely feel. So here are some little ideas for decorating and some little DIYs to keep to your student …

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Colours in your home

Colour in your home: Red

There are many ways to get the colour red into your home other than painting a wall in that colour.     Or painting different pieces of furniture and even doors in a high gloss red is an easy way to add a bright splash of colour to your room.   A little bit of up …

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DIY

Left over paint?

Some fun up-cycling ideas to use your left over paint on. 1) Paint some jars! Make yourself some fun bright jars and glass bottles to make vases, stationary pots and candle holders! You can also paint the outside of tins!               2) Give your old furniture new life!  Give …

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Colours in your home

Colour in your home: Blue

Blue is a calming relaxing colour, but you have to be careful that the lighter blues don’t make your room feel cold. You need to find a happy medium between to cold of a blue and too dark of a blue that will give the feeling of sadness. Flowers, pillows, candlestick and books add the …

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