A garland is the easiest way to decorate your space for any occasion, and things like that are easy to do yourself. Today I want to share some simple and cute garlands for Valentine’s Day to come. All of them are so simple that you don’t need a tutorial to create them. Let’s start.
Paper is the easiest material to work with: you can cut out various hearts, donuts and other things and make a bold garland out of them. You can fold some hearts or red or pink paper, 3D paper hearts are an easy idea to make, and you can secure them on a thread with a ribbon. There are lots of different ideas to try out in different cute Valentine’s Day colors.
When you’re ready to sew, sew some cute hearts on the fabric you like: colorful flowers, burlap, metallic faux leather, or felt. Make hearts – as many as you want and decorate them with bows and buttons out of the fabric you like. You can also use letters or large colorful pompoms for hearts. To avoid sewing, take some burlap and paint some hearts on it. Then attach it to a thread. Enjoy!
Open layouts always remain in the foreground and we are combining more and more rooms into one. Nevertheless, their functions are different and we need a slightly different decor that would not be so divisive at the same time. The same goes for floors, and floor transition ideas have become very popular. How can a transition be created in a stylish way to avoid problems? Here are a few ideas!
Seamless and gradual floor transitions are a great idea to give your entryway a very modern look. Rock geometric or mosaic tiles on the most walkable area and cover the floors all around with laminate. Create a gradual transition with an uneven edge and even tiles that easily blend into others if there are tiles all around.
Sharp transitions are classics that never go out of style. Simply cover the entrance area with one type of tile and move on to another type, creating a sharp edge that is immediately visible. Two different types of laminate, laminate and tile are welcome - choose different ones for a bolder contrast.