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Make sure you’re never late with a clock. Hang one in a prominent place, such as above the television or over the kitchen countertop. Choose a design that stands out, including clocks with big numbers and brightly colored hands to those with natural coloring and a numberless design. In your bedroom, place a traditional-style alarm clock on the shelf next to your bed for a fun and charming, albeit noisy touch when it’s time to wake up.
If you are a fan of bedrooms that pop, you’ll love this design. The bedroom has a yellow and black modern theme. It beautifully lit and with fantastic designs on the wall. It makes it look like the bed and lamps are framed in. in the center of this area are two unique wall hangings that look like sticks put together or coral from the ocean. It flows well with the overall design of the bedroom.
Originally we started with a plasma cutter that Austin designed and built from tools and supplies he had available. It was a game changer for us and the signs created from this machine were so well made that people would ask us if they were laser cut. We now own a Bodor fibre laser cutter that guarantees quality cuts with the most intricate detail. Every new sign is pushing the envelope in design.
If you aren’t into the bright and beautiful colors that we have seen so far for this theme, then check out these colors. This room features that beautiful canvas art of trees and birds which contrasts with the green area rug and red rocking chair. The crib is black and white, which can be considered gender neutral. I really enjoy the fact that they thought out of the box and went with something a little less flashy than the others.
If you look around the whole room, you will see that there are many pictures of individuals from the past. This is the type of room that you would expect to see in a museum or one of those historical bread and breakfasts. The rest of the room is set in bright white and black accent pieces. One would think that whoever create this room was hugely into the past.