Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:08:18 AM
Tie-Dyed Clothes. Remember when bright, tie-dyed colors were all the rave? In the early eighties, everything was a starburst of six and seven different colors that didn't really match and could make your eyes water with the brightness of the design. Home furnishings have begun to incorporate this design again, with wall hangings of tie-dyed starbursts, throw rugs in the pattern, bedspreads full of tie-dyed spots, and even some couches artfully designed in such a manner. If you like the bright, anything goes style, this may be for you!
If the garage sale flopped, here's a creative way of using the old furniture in a new way for a look that will stun everybody. Polka dots, psychedelic prints, a riot of colors and hint of glimmer are ideas associated with retro. Painted furniture give an interesting tone to the existing furniture pieces. Club this painting technique with a decor to match. Pull out those posters and slide them under the glass topped tables, upholster the old couches with brighter colors and floral prints. Accessorize your room with gramophone and records if you still haven't thrown them yet.
A functional and useful antique piano bench is the traditional duet bench with music storage, these benches can be attained in many finished and styles as well as in new condition. The main advantage regarding design is the ample storage as well as roomy bench seat. This bench was sold originally with many American upright and grand pianos. While this model bench serves its function as a bench, it will also compliment your interior design as well. Buying a new model has many advantages, the most important being the overall useful condition, a sturdy bench being a necessity for any pianist.
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