It’s hard to believe March is nearly behind us. That’s one-quarter of the year! Where did it go?
On this blog, the month of March was devoted to color and texture in interior design, how to care for antique furniture, and revisiting clients. Let’s revisit some of our favorite posts from the past month.
Feeling a bit of spring fever, we started the blog with a feature on how to use houseplants as accessories in your decor. There’s just something about bringing nature indoors that calms the soul.
In March, we also continued our five-part series on how to clean and wax antique furniture. This series has been a real hit on our Facebook page, and our videos walk you through the process step-by-step.
Obviously, most antique furniture is made of wood so in keeping with that theme, we offered you a feature on how to add warmth and mood to your interior design by using wood. Both light-colored wood and wood with a dark finish convey a natural warmth when used indoors, but our feature shows how you can create different effects by using wood of all tones.
Again struck by spring fever, we talked about how to create your ideal outdoor room. There’s no reason to keep your antiques indoors when you can enjoy vintage iron garden gates, wrought iron chairs, and other antique iron decor items outside. Our article showcases some superior spaces in the great outdoors.
Finally, we revisited our clients Bruce and Julie, who use antiques to decorate their children’s bedrooms. Yes, we offer you visual proof that children and antiques not only can coexist but can thrive! In fact, we consider Bruce and Julie the experts on this topic since they have a houseful of antiques plus eight children under age 14.
As we bid adieu to March, we look forward to April. We wish everyone better weather in April, and we’ll be on the lookout for the latest design trends and stunning antiques to share with you here!
Aimee owns EuroLuxAntiques.com with her best friend, Greg. Aimee sources amazing antique furniture, vintage lighting, & high-quality reproduction furniture to help her customers decorate their homes in a unique way. She loves her 8 (you read that right) fuzzy children and is renovating a 1920s bungalow in South Carolina. Connect with Aimee on Google+ or sign up to receive this blog in your inbox!