Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Bedroom Decor

Architectural elements and focal points in salvage style are fast gaining popularity in bedroom décor for adding class,
distinction and sophistication to the room without going over budget. Grecian urns filled with yarn balls look fantastic and quite interesting and need not cost a fortune too. Here are some tips to lend your bedroom a touch of uniqueness and originality within our budget:

* Add architectural elements to your bedroom to give it a lavish look such as a fireplace mantel.

* Always look out for opportunities to turn your trash and junk into treasure. Old glassware can be used as candleholders, antique cups can be used as votives and blankets can be used as vintage pillows.

* An illustrious wall hanging can take place of a headboard for your bed.

* Feel free to use items in different ways other than their traditional uses for the customized touch.

* Hanging old baskets in the nooks and corners of your bedroom will add style to your bedroom and makes creative space for keeping your magazines and personal care accessories.

* Ornate birdbaths from someone's fountain can easily be turned into a nightstand or a table centerpiece.

* Salvage antique window frames can be turned into artistic mirror frames.

* Search for some of the most advantageous deals in thrift shops, garage sales and yard sales where you can find home accessories, fabrics, sofa sets and even dinner sets and exquisite items in salvage shops that can be terracotta tiles, ornate wrought iron fences, old pillars and claw foot bath tubs that can make your home look like a heritage property.

* Select a theme for your bedroom and only accommodate items that go well with the theme.

* Turn vintage clothing or decorative tablecloths into decorative pillow covers.

* Wrought iron posts and fences can be used as curtain rods

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