"Oriental Sweetness" is all about the East: Asian & Oriental influences are all big. Look at old skool floral Japanese textiles for inspiration. The simple, minimal shapes & striking colours are key here.
As for colour palettes for the range, you are looking at strong tones of red, burgundy (wine red) & purple, mixed with brighter shades / neutral tones in alternative combinations. The base for all the colour palettes is made up from Neutrals, white, tan and bark.
Oriental florals are beautifully simple in their form, one of the aspects that I love is the minimal "block" colour approach, similar to pop art, but pioneered hundreds & hundreds of years early. If you look at Japanese & indeed a lot Asian art, it closely resembles what graphic design has now become in a CAD based design world.
I found these balcony at www.usdivetravel.com and www.hotelchatter.com, I love the balcony, because we can see more wider from the top or the side of the house.
Deborah Boland said that there are some do’s and don’t to help you get it right!
1. Do Place Gazebos at the End of a Path
2. Do Choose a Spot Close to Water
3. Don’t Place a Garden Gazebo in the Middle of Your Yard
Install natural linoleum flooring.
Natural linoleum is a great choice on a budget, Linoleum is entirely natural, an ancient recipe that goes back hundreds of years. What's different today is the beauty is enhanced.
Use low or no VOC paint on your walls.
The most common thing people do is paint, so it's important to be aware of the VOC content.
Replace conventional light bulbs with fluorescent.
Perhaps the easiest change you can make in your house is to replace your existing light bulbs with fluorescent bulbs. Even if you only replace one or two bulbs, it makes a big difference.
Add more insulation.
The number-one issue in green remodeling should be energy efficiency. Adding that homeowners should get more insulation as soon as they can and insulate above the building code.
Seal surfaces with paint to prevent offgassing.
Usually, homeowners look at what has the potential to offgas in their home–particularly in the kitchen and bathroom. The number-one offgassing culprit is particleboard, which most cabinets and many countertops are made from.
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Available as a sofa, sectional or ottoman with a choice of fabric and wood color. With the sectional you also have a choice of left hand facing or right hand facing (right hand facing is pictured).