Sure Shot Ways to Making Guestrooms Special

August 25, 2009  //  Posted by: House Xpert  //  Category: Decor Themes, DIY, Guestrooms, Home Care, Home Decor

Guestroom, Home Decor,Well if you can’t turn your guestroom into a Hilton Suite, with a little bit of effort and lot of creativity you can turn any spare room of your house into a welcoming place for your guest. Here are some of the tips on how to make guestrooms special:

Start by filling it up with a comfortable bed that doesn’t squeak on every movement. Invest in a good quality mattress and pillows to go with the bed and spread clean crisp linen which will make the room appear inviting.

Get rid of all the unnecessary clutter from the room but don’t push it under the guestroom bed which will pale all your efforts. Put some floral arrangement, an armoire to hang their clothes and a comfortable chair to complete the look.

You can even add some magazines on a small stool or if you have a spare television connect it to the guestroom for providing your guest with some form of entertainment.

To make your guestroom special you don’t have to go overboard but browsing discounted stuff on any home décor store you will surely be able to find the stuff you have been looking for at extremely reasonable rates.

Hiding Scars on Walls, Ceiling and Floors

August 19, 2009  //  Posted by: House Xpert  //  Category: Floors & Roofs, Repairs & Maintenance, Walls and Ceilings

Home Improvement, Home Care, Walls, Ceiling, FloorLooking for options to cover the greasy hand stains on your walls or is the orange juice spill on your carpet that is making you frown? Here are some amazing tips to hide scars on walls, ceilings and floors:

Invest in some bright sunny tapestry to cover up the ugly scar in the walls. Available in many different materials, tapestries can be easily put up and also removed for cleaning purposes.

Another great options for taking away the attention from the scars is to buy bamboo or colored woven mats that can be hanged and can even be used for covering the floors. Besides being inexpensive, these mats are durable and require less maintenance

How about getting some discounted rug or area carpet to cover the ugly marks on your floor? Not only will it give an instant facelift to any drab room it will surely help in making any room to appear more welcoming.

Bakelite Vases to Flower up Homes

August 12, 2009  //  Posted by: House Xpert  //  Category: Home Antiques, Home Decor, Home Furnishings, Home Improvement, Home Styling, Interior designs

Home Decor, Home Improvement, VasesIf you have small children running around in the house then in all probability you are searching for home décor articles that doesn’t only look good for are also extremely durable. Bakelite vases could be one such useful accessory that can be used to decorate your home with flowers.

Bakelite is basically a thermosetting plastic that can be molded into any desired shape creating beautiful artifacts. Bakelite has been used by Dura Vase Company to create solitaire vases with beautiful aluminum base that were known for their strength as well as elegance.
Also bakelite vases require very less maintenance. Just cleaning them with your regular auto wax will restore the shine of these vases and also remove any signs of tiny scratches.

Remember to use only good quality organic wax for cleaning as once the damage has been done to the bakelite vase surface it is next to impossible to restore. So use bakelite vases to flower up homes and add color to your home décor.

Ceramic Tiling for Walls Add Beauty with Durability

August 06, 2009  //  Posted by: House Xpert  //  Category: Home Care, Home Design, Walls and Ceilings

Home Improvement, Wall, CeramicWith lovely looking prints, durability and ease of cleaning are some of the reasons while people are looking to use ceramic tiling for walls. Mostly used as a backsplash or counter covers in kitchen, bathrooms and showers you can easily install these ceramic tilling which are water resistance and are also stain resistant.

Ceramic tiling for walls evolved more than 4000 years ago and was used to create the interiors of royal palaces because of their beauty and elegance.

Available in various different shades, it is easy to color coordinate and create dramatic patterns and new designs.

There are two different kinds of ceramic tiling for walls: porous and non porous. As ceramic tiles are preferred at places which usually get damp and moist, select non porous tiles that will prevent the water from clogging, will be easier to clean and would therefore be more hygienic. SO create a wonderful bathroom by using ceramic tiles.