Impress Using Laser-Cut Vents and Return Air Filter Grilles

Posted by Pattern Cut on 5/18/2015
Efficient ventilation is no longer just a professional advice; it’s a must-do home improvement project for every homeowner. Investing in appropriate ventilation isn’t just for comfort, but will also have positive benefits to the general health of occupants, and will help lessen the load on your wallet. For this reason, a number of products and systems are recommended for installations, including vents and panels. Aside from air conditioning system, the air return vents, panels and grilles are the traditional installations used in promoting efficient ventilation.

Ceiling Medallions for the New Home

Posted by Pattern Cut on 4/30/2015 to Architectural & Decor
Ceiling Medallions for the New Home
Ceiling medallions are moldings that are installed in the center of a ceiling, typically around a light fixture or ceiling fan. In today’s economy everyone is looking for creative ways to design living spaces using items in a way they ordinarily wouldn't; such as ceiling medallions. This trend, as well as the traditional uses of them has seemingly exploded in the interior design of new homes over the last few years.

Flex Molding for a Special Playroom Setting

Posted by Pattern Cut on 4/14/2015

Many homes have rooms that have been designated as the playroom. These rooms keep the children’s messes corralled in one area of the home. It is a place for kids to run away with their imaginations and creativity, without Mom and Dad having to worry about stepping on those pesky and painful Legos kids adore.

Reduce Allergy Symptoms with Clean Air Filters

Posted by Pattern Cut on 4/14/2015 to Tips & DIY

Spring has arrived, and with it comes the coughing, sniffling, sneezing, irritated red eyes from allergies. If you have children, you probably know that they are the most susceptible to allergies, and spring is one of the worst times for plant pollen allergies. Spring and summer are often called the peak allergy seasons.

Baroque Interior Design: 6 Important Elements

Posted by Pattern Cut on 4/13/2015 to Architectural & Decor
Baroque Interior Design: 6 Important Elements

Thinking of having your home or hotel designed or redecorated the Baroque way? Indeed it's an interesting way to showcase a lavish lifestyle, impress guests, and wake up daily to luxuriously beautiful surroundings. This extravagant style goes a long way back, but continues to be utilized for many upscale homes and establishments.

Here are the 6 important elements you need to keep in mind when browsing for furniture, lighting, and decors you'd like to include in your Baroque interiors:

Simple Design Upgrades when Renovating your Home

Posted by Pattern Cut on 3/20/2015 to Architectural & Decor
Simple Design Upgrades when Renovating your Home

We have all probably watched the show “This Old House” on home re-design and renovation or similar shows on HGTV.  As many of us know from experience that taking an older house and upgrading it to a newer home can be an expensive and challenging task especially if you are doing it yourself without the hassle of costly labor and inconvenient intrusions from a work crew. You have to do both the exterior and interior of the home and make it look new again.

Suppose you have an older house with an interior that is constructed of cedar or pine tongue and groove which still looks wonderful after a good cleaning.  Yet still, some key things are missing or seem inconsistent with how you want the overall interior to look.  You're going to need to add some extra things. Here are a few good ideas.

Plinth Block Installation

Posted by Pattern Cut on 3/2/2015 to Plinth Blocks
Plinth Block Installation
If you’ve purchased some beautiful plinth blocks, you’ll need to know how to install them. Here is a simple guide.

History of Corbels

Posted by Pattern Cut on 2/16/2015 to Architectural & Decor
History of Corbels
The word corbel comes from the Latin word curvus, which means “raven.” In French, the word for corbel is corbeau, which means “crow.” A corbel is a bracket built into or projecting out from a wall, supporting the weight of a structure above it. Its shape resembles that of a crow’s beak, inspiring its present-day name.

Revamp Your Home

Posted by Pattern Cut on 1/30/2015 to Tips & DIY
Revamp Your Home
Your home is the center of your life. It’s where you eat, drink, sleep, laugh, cry, fight and love. Sometimes, it’s easy to take your living space for granted. Your life is full and busy and you don’t have the time or energy to really pay attention to the details of your house. Then one day you take a good hard look and realize that the walls could use a coat of paint, the carpets shampooed, the tile steamed and the floors redone. While you’re going to the trouble of taking care of these things, why not give your home a little oomph; a little something extra to make you fall in love with it all over again?

All That Glitters: Victorian Redecorating

Posted by Pattern Cut on 1/25/2015 to Architectural & Decor
All That Glitters: Victorian Redecorating
The Victorian era was so named for the reign of Queen Victoria (reigned: 1837-1901), one of Great Britain’s most beloved and long-lived monarchs, and was characterized by dark woods, deep textures, and gilt.

The Mouth to Your Chi

Posted by Pattern Cut on 1/9/2015

Your house is the biggest investment you will ever make in your life.  Not only in terms of equity, but many of your memories, happy, sad and in between are made in your home.  Your house is so much more than a dwelling.  It’s the place you bandage scraped knees, spend hours doing school projects, celebrate birthdays and anniversaries.  

Maximize Architectural Columns Use Inside Your Home

Posted by Pattern Cut on 1/2/2015 to Architectural & Decor
Maximize Architectural Columns Use Inside Your Home

Architectural columns have been used for thousands of years as accents and support for palaces and other forms of structure. While these architectural accents are traditional used for impressive palaces and structures, these can also work in residential homes. Architectural columns can work for a variety of home improvement projects, and can help boost overall home value and aesthetics. Here are creative ways on how you can use architectural columns inside your home.

The Rich History of Rosettes

Posted by Pattern Cut on 11/29/2014 to Architectural & Decor
The Rich History of Rosettes
The rosette used today in design and architecture has quite a rich history. A rosette is a round, stylized flower design, used extensively in sculptural objects from antiquity, appearing in Mesopotamia and used to decorate the funeral stele in Ancient Greece. It was adopted later in Romanesque and Renaissance, and also common in the art of Central Asia, spreading as far as India where it is used as a decorative motif in Greco-Buddhist art.

Know Your 'Capitals'

Posted by Pattern Cut on 11/25/2014 to Columns, Capitals & Features
Modern architecture owes a number of building concepts from the ancient Greeks; one of the most enduring is the use of ‘capitals.’ Derived from the Latin 'caput' meaning ‘head’, capitals are located at the topmost portion of a column and help spread the load that thrusts down upon the former. More than their structural utility, capitals are also highly utilized for their decorative attributes. Today, capitals are often used for ornamentation purposes.

Laser Cut vs Handmade Wall Ornaments

Posted by Pattern Cut on 11/11/2014 to Ornaments, Corbels, Medallions & More
Home is where the heart is. We love our homes, and we decorate them to feel cozy, and practical, and warm, and sometimes cold - we make our homes fit our personalities. So, when you’re in that home decoration, or redecoration, phase, and all you can think about are rugs, and paintings, and wallpapers, and different pieces of furniture, your mind might wander to wall ornaments. They can look beautiful and classy, or hip and modern - it all depends on which ones you choose. And speaking of choices, are you going with laser cut or handmade wall ornaments?
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