Published at Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 - 09:17:26 AM. Wall Unit. By tommy.
Bookshelves and Wall Units - Tips For Decorating Them Have your bookshelves become an eyesore rather than the important design element they should be? Bookshelves often end up becoming a catch-all for unrelated objects. With a little bit of planning and the creative use of accessories they can become an important design feature. Here are some tips for how to arrange bookshelves. - If you have matched sets of books then put them together on the lower shelves, stacked side by side, to create a solid foundation. If you do not have matched sets, then group books of similar size together on the bottom shelf. - On the middle shelves arrange groupings that include accessories and books. The accessories could include a small piece of art on an easel, decorative plates or bowls, candles, statues or other collectables. - For added interest make sure each grouping includes a variety of heights. Lay a couple of small books down on their side, next to a tall vase or candle holder. Also try to include a variety of shapes. - Add color with candles or plants to your groupings. Include a variety of textures including wood and glass and metal all in one grouping. - If you have oversized books too tall for the shelf they can be placed flat with other books stacked on top of them. - All of the books should be brought to the front edge of the shelf for a neat, uniformed look. - It is usually a good idea to remove the dust jackets and display the books binding. - Use the top one or two shelves to display art or other accent pieces. This will help create a balanced display. An organized and balanced arrangement can make your bookshelves a beautiful design element. Keep them feeling fresh by using seasonal items as part of the presentation. Click here to see ideas for decorating with accessories.
Kitchen Wall Units - Get Them Installed by a Professional Kitchen wall units are a great addition to any house, especially a house that is looking to boost up its kitchens appearance and usability; they really can make a kitchen come alive with a feeling of cosiness and domesticity. The most important thing to remember when installing kitchen wall units is to make sure that a professional actually does the installing; you will reap the benefits of a proper installation, in the same way that you would rue the day you get any household furniture installed by somebody who does not do it for a living. The reason for this is simple; however easy it may seem to bang a few nails into a wall, there is an art to installing many household furniture items, an art that is under appreciated by the vast majority of people, but an important art all the same. So, the next time you feel like letting your neighbour come over and put up some kitchen wall units, check whether he knows his spirit level from his spanner, or his hatchet from his hammer and quiz him on a few essential general knowledge questions about the installation process and you can bet your bottom dollar that a blank look will fall across his face. The great thing about kitchen wall units is that if you buy them on the internet, you will often find companies that offer installation as part of a package fee; these can often be fairly reasonably priced, and many of these companies are not unknown to be partial to a little haggling...just dont push your luck too much or you may be calling on your neighbour to install them after all! Also, by sourcing your wall units on the internet, not only can you can often find very reasonably priced items, but you can also view the companies previous works in order for you to assess whether you want to go with them or keep looking. In any case, when you are finding out about your kitchen wall units, the most important thing to do is to make sure that you like the set of units, as they will often be a fixture in kitchens for many years to come; so, after you have decided on which ones you like, all thats left to do is to get them installed professionally...go on, treat your kitchen!
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