The style and elegance of Trend products have come to life at the residence of Trend Group CEO, Andrea Di Giuseppe and his wife, Frederica Bisazza, Image and Communications Manager of the company – in the exclusive South Beach area of Miami Beach, Florida. Remodeling their prominent apartment at Portofino Tower, Andrea and Frederica began […]
Fall is in the air and that means Halloween is right around the corner. Whether you go all out and decorate your house from top to bottom, or enjoy the simple pleasures of carving pumpkins and trick-or-treating with the kids, Halloween has been known as the unofficial start of the holiday season. Here are some […]
It’s that time of year again! Are you getting ready for a full day (or weekend, for many of us) of entertaining family for the holidays? Here are some of our favorite DIY decorating ideas for Thanksgiving that are easy and beautiful. 1 – Mood Lighting Fill some hurricane vases with corn kernels, acorns, chestnuts, cranberries, […]
We know after gifts, dinner and chocolate, your wallet becomes much thinner than before. Here are some inexpensive craft ideas on how to decorate your home for Valentine’s Day without breaking the bank. Paper Curls Valentine’s Wreath String of Hearts Garland Modern Valentine’s Day Artwork Public Display of Affection Every Lasting Love Paper Bouquet
Granite Transformations is keeping you up to date on the latest color trends, decorations and home décor of the 2012 fall season. From beautiful centerpieces to fall inspired entryways, our Fall Trends & Decorations board on Pinterest is sure to help inspire you this fall season. Whether hosting a Thanksgiving party for the family or […]
Moving into a new home can be an exciting yet intimidating undertaking. Your new home is like a blank canvas, ready for your creative juices to flow and make your new dwelling into a warm and inviting environment. The following are some helpful tips to make your home a comfortable haven you and your family will want to rush home to.
When people think about the holidays, many things come to mind: family, kids, warmth, gifts, and – most unforgettably – decorations! When it comes to holiday decor, a lot of emphasis is placed on the outside of the house, the living room and the dining room, with the kitchen being generally neglected. Kitchens, however, are great places to display holiday cheer, and with the following advice your home’s dedicated cooking area is sure to be a holiday hit:
The secret to budget decorating is being creative. Creative people aren’t afraid to wallpaper a door or put plates on a wall as art. When redecorating on a budget, knowing how to repurpose or recycle an item is just as important as knowing where to buy new items without hurting your wallet.
Your bedroom is that one place in the world where you can relax and unwind after a tiring day. Different people have different requirements when it comes to designing their bedrooms. Some people may want to have a soft and cozy appearance, while others like suing a lot of bring and solid colors to make the ambience more fun-filled. Whatever be your choice, you can add your own imagination and some of our bedroom decorating ideas to make that special place in your house look like your own paradise.
The French provincial decorating style is a manifestation of the décor used in France’s provinces during the 17th and 18th century. Typically, people living in the provinces belonged to the lower classes and did not have too much money to spend on decorating their homes. So, they came up with a distinct style of their own which proved to be cost effective. The French provincial decorating style is based on the imperial designs used in courts and homes of the rich and wealthy. The only difference is that it doesn’t cost as much. Exempting expensive textiles, embroidery, costly furniture and a collection of gold items, the French provincial style does not lack in charm or appeal in any way. Here are the basics of this beautiful decoration style.