Wall decorative  moulding  is a fantastic feature to use in the home and the variety of styles and finishes means it works in almost any interior scheme.

It is important to choose moulding that reflects the style of your home. Contemporary homes should stick with simple mouldings with little detail while elaborately detailed Victorian homes look great dressed in detailed decorative mouldings. Experienced designers can mix and match d├ęcor, but it’s harder to integrate different styles in the same space.

Moulding should enrich the look of a room, not overpower it. Select the width of crown and other mouldings based on the height of the ceiling in the room. The higher the ceiling, the wider the moulding should be. Test the size by holding up samples of moulding or cut a piece of cardboard to size to see how the moulding will look when installed.

Minimalism doesn't seem to disappear without a word. The style is evolving throughout different shades of grey, neutral palettes, modern forms and simplicity. The less is still more!

Let's explore the world from more colourful and bright side. Amazing glass pendants can create really unique interior.

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Metal mesh comes in various patterns and textures and could be painted any colour, which makes it a very interesting material for interior features.

It can be incorporated into joinery design.

Or work as a partition a bedroom and an en-suite.

Or as a staircase and staircase railing.

Standard lacquered, painted or wooden veneer finished wardrobes are too boring? Here is an idea - wallpaper coverings! Wallpaper coverings for the wardrobe doors will make it look stunning, the storage will be hidden and highlighted at the same time. It is not necessary to choose wallpaper with a painting or bold pattern, plain and textured papers will do the job just fine.
It is important to check the width of the roll along with the width of the wardrobe door not to have any joints. Before buying any wallpapers and adhesive for such job, double check with the supplier that this will work they you planned as some of the wallpapers might be too fragile.

Recently saw this amazing idea of making a feature out of your staircase. Adding a bit of colour will make the stairs more special and interesting part of the house.

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The sisal fibre is traditionally used for rope and twine, and has many other uses, including paper, cloth, wall coverings, carpets, and dartboards.
As a carpet it adds depth, warm and texture to your home. It is quite rough in texture, but not as rough as coir. If you want to sit on the floor as part of your lifestyle then it may not be what you want. If you want a rustic look but not so coarse, then seagrass or jute maybe a better bet for you.
On the other hand sisal flooring is deemed to be very aesthetically pleasing and makes for a practical floor covering - it is one of those products that have successfully made it onto the pages of the world's glossy magazines and always seems to be fashionable as a result.

There is no right or wrong size for a ceiling rose but it`s important that the proportions are right for both the room size and ceiling height.  The height of the ceiling is as important as the overall dimensions of the room.  Homes with low ceilings are better off with small, plain ceiling roses and this is also the case in a lot of minimalist, modern homes.  Properties with high ceilings can take much larger or more ornate ceiling roses. It`s also a good idea to consider the furniture and other decor in the room before selecting a ceiling rose.  
A sitting room with delicate furniture will generally look better with a delicate and modestly sized rose, whereas a room with a strong centrepiece, such as a heavy oak dining table might be able to carry a larger and more striking ceiling rose.  The other general ‘rule-of-thumb’ is that the rose should not overpower the light itself – i.e the diameter of the rose should not be much greater that the diameter of the chandelier.

Ceiling roses come in a wide variety of styles, from plain, flat circles to huge, ornate affairs. The style you choose will largely depend on your existing decor and any existing decorative features.  If you live in a period property, you may already have some coving or cornicing in the room you wish to install a ceiling rose in.  With the huge variety of styles on offer, it should be possible to find a good match to the existing plaster decoration, or at least a rose that nicely complements it.  If your ceiling just has plain coving, you will have quite a lot of freedom when it comes to choosing a rose. Likewise, if your ceiling has no coving or other decorative plasterwork, you are starting with a blank canvas.  Just remember to take into consideration any other architectural or decorative features.  A period fireplace, for example, might not look right in a room with a very modern, contemporary ceiling rose.


1. Ceiling rose and lighting pendant size work well along each other. A dining table will look stunning over there.

2. Very gentle and elegant ceiling rose with no straight borders. Very beautiful.

3. Looks nice, but you can probably notice that a bigger pendant would look more proportional in here.

4. Room with a great ceiling height can allow to have sophisticated coving and a ceiling rose.

4. Modern and minimal interpretation of the ceiling rose.

5. Works well with the rest of the ceiling mouldings.

Reference: Decorative Coving