Interior design musical inspirations 6: the green, green grass of home
Designing your home with music can be an exciting time there are many different designs you can choose from and you can let your imagination run away with you. It is your home so you can completely do what ever you like and build it to your tastes.
Although it is up to you whether you go completely wild, always remember to keep balance in mind as too much of a good thing can look tacky! There are many different musical inspirations you can choose from and “The Green, Green Grass of Home” is fast becoming a popular theme as it leaves you with many ideas and avenues to go down.
One of the beauties of this type of theme is that you are incorporating natural countryside surroundings into the home. This means using earthly colours and also various shades of green. There are many different accessories you can buy to suit your individual tastes and needs range from a bed cover, curtains and cheap table lamps.
Finding this theme is not as easy as you may think, but by going online you will be able to find interior design ideas within a matter of minutes. Also you will save a lot of money on costs as buying bespoke items can be quite expensive sometimes and you will be able to find items by designers and artists that have been specially crafted to suit 'The Green, Green Grass of Home' design.
To complete the look it is important that you use green rugs; they will complete any room and give the effect of the grass. They range from many different designs, styles and shades of green and you can either go for a small piece or even a fluffier larger one to give more of a grassy effect. Green is going to be your predominant floor colour – grass; but you'll also need to consider the walls, soft furnishings and furniture.
As 'going green' remains one of the biggest trends in interior design, along with the main focus being on home life adopting this song title as inspiration for a room or home will certainly tick all the right boxes! Look for window dressing which are natural or make them yourself. Cheap Roman blinds are a good way to start or simple pencil pleat curtains are easy to make, don't forget it's the heading tape which provides the standard three inch pleating effect, you don't have to make the pleats by hand per-say!