Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Remodelling Ideas for Different Parts of Your Home

If you've been living in the same home for many years, or if you bought a fixer-upper, it's natural that you want to renovate and upgrade your home.

But upgrades are expensive. A new set of kitchen cabinets will cost thousands of dollars. New countertops, bath vanities and hardwood floors will cost several thousand more.

Not willing to shell out a 5-digit figure for your home upgrade costs? Here are few cheap ways to remodel your home on a budget.
  1.   Rearrange your furniture. You don't necessarily need new pieces of furniture - simply creating new shapes, and reorganizing the flow of a living space, can do wonders.
  2. Change your lampshades it will make a huge differences
  3. Repaint your wall or change your wall paper
  4. Alternatively, paint your ceiling a new, fresh color. Some people are experimenting with soft neutral colors on the walls and a bold color on the ceiling, like white walls with a bright yellow ceiling, or light beige walls with an eggplant/purple ceiling.
  5. Hang new photos or art on the walls. For an even more frugal alternative, simply change the frames of your existing photos and art. 
  6. Hang more mirrors, even in places that are above eye-level (like over a fireplace). This increases the light that shines through the house. If you can hang two mirrors in the same room, put them on opposite walls; this will give the impression of a larger room.
  7. Change your kitchen and bath rug and your doormat. Switch to a new shower curtain.
  8. Buy some new cushion and pillow covers, or sew them out of old unneeded pieces of clothing or fabric. Don't have any that are good enough? Hunt for fabric at yard sales.
  9. Get some small decorative items like mini-lanterns, artsy coasters and a new coffee table book. These are more "finishing details" that give a space a modern feel.
  10. Burn candles or put new airfreshner, this brings about a new atmosphere.

How to Choose Your Carpet Color

Carpeting is one of the most difficult components of decorating. There are so many decisions to make: style of carpet (berber, saxony, frieze, etc.), fiber type (nylon, polyester, triexta, etc.), quality, and finally, color.

Color is often the most difficult decision for customers, for several reasons. It can be tough to visualize the color in a large space, judging from a tiny swatch. A color change can have a dramatic effect, and sometimes even though a change is desired, it can be a bit scary.

Occasionally, customers have a hard time because the color they like doesn't suit their lifestyle (for example, they love the look of a white carpet, but have kids and pets and don't want to have to worry about soiling).

Friday, June 26, 2015

Modern Sofas Available in Tanzania- Dar es Salaam: Pendezesha Sebule Lako na Sisi Sasa

A living room, or family room, is where you spend a lot of time relaxing with friends, family, and guests. You’ll want your living room to match your personal style, so that your home says something about your tastes and preferences. Whether you like natural wood surfaces or metallic finishes, modern furniture is a great way to show off your inner modernista. Decorating your living room with a modern sofa or sectional, recliner, accent table, or bookcase can help you pull together a stylish, modern home. 
Contemporary modern furniture looks best when your home is well-kept and minimalist. Large open spaces with clean lines and a cohesive color palette enhances the look of modern furniture in any room. You’ll find a variety of modern shapes and designs combined with high-quality material to create some of the best modern furniture. A sofa or sectional is a key element in any living room. 

A modern sofa or sectional gives you a place to rest after a long day, as well as a space to relax with your family, friends, and guests. Contemporary modern furniture, like sofas, sectionals, loveseats, futons, and living room sets, are made in many different designs with high-quality upholstery.

Modern Bed at your Door Step. Vitanda vya Kisasa

Modern bedroom furniture. Whether you're a true minimalist or have a funky, eclectic style, our collection of unique beds and urban dressers make it easy to create a space you'll love.

Toa oda yako leo Upate Vitanda bora na vya Kisasa

Modern Door Levers or Knobs ( Vitasa Vya Mlango Vya Kisasa

Modern doors won’t have their sharp classy look without matching handles. Standard handles, which we are so used to, with their rounded shape, and brass or bronze finishes will discord with modern minimalist doors. Italian designers brought in a totally new vision of a door handle. Once a regular thing, you wouldn't even notice, door handles of 21st century attract attention on the spot. Stainless steel and polished chrome, satin nickel and brass inlays, angular, sharp and edgy, with square rosettes, they make a perfect match to modern frame panel doors with aluminum stripe moldings, two tone finishes and exotic wood veneers.
Take a look get inspired and let me know your thought of modern door levers.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Tiles for your Kitchen BackSplash

The backsplash for kitchen could be considered as the most important part of your kitchen's design. No matter what material you choose, it's a focal point. Tiles tends to be the most popular choice — for its flexibility in style, budget and application. Whether your backsplash goes up to the bottom of the upper cabinets, reaches all the way up to the ceiling or falls somewhere in between, using one of these inspiring and intriguing tiles can add to your kitchen's unique look.

 Custom mosaic tile. If you have the budget for it, consider going with a design that is all your own. The design here was created with mosaic tiles, expertly trimmed piece by piece to create a stunning custom design. Some designs can be purchased directly from a tile manufacturer, and others can be designed and installed by an artist who specializes in custom mosaic tile design. It all depends on the look you're going for.

 Large-pattern tile. Big, bold patterns are in vogue right now — try placing one on your kitchen walls. Many companies produce overscale patterns that can be customized to repeat, much like wallpaper.  With a large-patterned tile, it's very important to lay out your wall space thoughtfully, so that your design ends up looking even throughout the installation.

Glass backSplash