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Random luck: "self-made" interior in the attic floor

They say that the case is the pseudonym of God. If this is true, then the apartment in question will indeed be sent to its new masters of heaven "Randomness" - this is the word that most often pops up in the story of David and Louise about their new apartment. Spouses for a long time chose the dwelling and considered a lot of proposals until one day they "accidentally" stumbled upon a recently restored building with a one and a half century history. They hoped to buy an apartment in one of the freshly built wings, but absolutely "accidentally" found themselves on the attic floor in the main part of the house and realized that they no longer wanted to leave this place. From this apartment you could go out on the roof, from where you could see a beautiful view of the town and the green hills. The decision was made quickly.But the head of the family did not want to transport furniture from the previous place of residence, fearing that large-sized objects simply would not squeeze into the narrow doorways of the new apartment. However, by the time of the move, it turned out that he completely "accidentally" forgot to deal with this issue, and some of the furniture still ended up in a new place. Later it became clear that the doorways were not so narrow, and almost the entire situation had migrated from a past life to a new one. But furniture is not an interior yet.And while the owner was looking for a suitable designer, the wife tried to create a feeling of coziness and home warmth in the new home on her own. She moved furniture, picked up textiles, accentuated. The faceless kitchen needed bright, appetite-awakening details. The living room, facing the sunny side, needed to be refreshed with cool shades of sky and sea. And for the bedroom it was enough to buy new curtains (she was already perfect, the hostess decided). When everything was done and it became clear that the need for a designer had disappeared, the owner of the house had only to shrug his hands. How could it have turned out so great? The wife shrugged. Our opinion There is nothing in a "self-made" interiorterrible. And, as this example shows, it can turn out organically and beautifully. The main thing is to maintain color balance and correctly place accents. In particular, it is better to select bright spots of close shades, but the correct "temperature" must be observed: cold colors - for rooms with access to the sunny side, warm - for rooms with a lack of natural light. wealdentimes.co.uk

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