Monthly Archives: September 2013
- 27 Sep
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All of Payless Decor's wood and faux wood window blinds will come with a valance. This valance will hide the metal portion of the headrail of the blind and the mounting brackets used in installation. It will make the overall appearance much sleeker and more elegant. We also sell the Premium Fauxwood Valance separately on our website here:https://www.paylessdecor.com/Blind-Parts/Payless-Decor-Faux-Wood-Decorative-Crown-Valance.asp. Please note that this valance will only attach to the headrail of a 2" fauxwood blind. It will not fit over a vertical blind or any blind with a large headrail or track system. Read below to see how to attach your fauxwood valance clips quickly and easily.
On the back side of the valance you will see a groove. The clips you have received to attach the valance over the headrail are g
- 9 SepRead more »
Fall is a time to get wrapped up in warm materials and colors. As the weather gets cooler, you can take advantage of the opportunity to wear jackets and scarves with wooly textures and you can do the same to your home. Try these tips to bring your decor to its rightful autumnal place.
Using wood, wool, cashmere and other natural items for your decor can make your home feel like it's right in season, interior designer Lauren Nelson told the San Francisco Gate. He suggests using lots of woven materials that are based in nature to get the feel of the time of year when the leaves are changing and we turn toward winter. The dynamic change in the season can also inspire a new range of colors to choose from.
Nelson suggests using combinations like dark walnut wood with navy blue an
- 9 SepRead more »
Combining patterns is the perfect way to energize an outfit, but it's an even better way to stimulate a room. It can be a challenge, but when executed correctly it's absolutely worth the risk. Don't be afraid to go big with these tips on how to mix prints.�
One of the most failsafe methods of combining patterns is to limit your color scheme to two hues. House Beautiful recommended being extra careful by keeping one of the tones neutral to complement whatever second color you choose. For example, mix lemon zest with an optic white and use natural accents to taper the combo. Bamboo blinds are a great accessory in a room with wooden floors, and keeping the pigment simple gives you the freedom
- 5 SepRead more »
Fall is just around the corner, and with it comes a new school year, some of our favorite holidays and a fresh�color palette to work with. As fun as summer decor was, it's about time for some crisp colors and autumn-inspired accessories.�
If you want to completely redo a room, there's no better time to do it than fall. Your kids are out of the house for longer periods of time, and inspiration is everywhere - just look outside! The cool temperatures in autumn are offset by the plethora of oranges, blood reds and mustard yellows - all warm colors - around you. If you're wondering what other hues to use when decorating with these toasty hues, white or cream blinds and shades will keep your space clean and chic. F
- 3 SepRead more »
Polka dots can be girlish, chic, sophisticated or playful. They're one of the most versatile patterns out there, and look great on their own or with other patterns. But how can you get the exact look you want with polka dots?
This print makes for an amazing little girls' room. The best part is that polka dots are now available as decals, so you don't need to use wallpaper if you want to surround yourself with them. Consider using white polka dots - not only do they match everything, but the blankness isn't as imposing as a color would be. Just paint the room your child's favorite shade�and stick a few large dot decals on the walls! We love this look with billowy custom window treatments.�
To decorate a chic room with polka dots, you have to think big, and you