Tropical furniture like wicker is perfect when you’re trying to build a space with a theme to it. Tropical bedding matches perfectly with wicker chests and drawers, and you can easily find bedding and curtains from manufacturers like Tommy Bahama to help complete the look. If you think outside of the usual picture frames and collectible trinkets, you can build a room to fit almost any style when you use alternative materials.
Got an old wooden door lying around? Sand it down and refinish it, then hang it in your living room or kitchen for a vintage look. Add some hooks to it and attach it to a wall outside for a rustic looking space for garden tools. If you have a circular saw, you can cut wood to fit old tables that are missing faces and then cover the face with a mosaic for something crafty.
Iron is a great accessory because it’s shaped in so many distinct varieties. Floral patterns, like wrought iron ivy, look excellent when mounted to wooden doors in the home. You can also use metal fixtures to hold both candles and small plants too. Black is the standard color, with matte being a popular finish. Of course, bronze also works but is a bit more exotic.
It’s a myth that outdoor wicker patio furniture won’t look nice inside the home. Lots of people build sunrooms for this very reason, but you can easily turn your room into a vintage paradise with a few wicker pieces. Bed frames are popular, as are chests and end tables. Wicker baskets are also good for various rooms around the house, especially during Christmas time with a bunch of fresh pine cones.
Bio: Wicker Paradise sells all weather wicker furniture and rattan pieces for back yards and interior design. Modernize your space with an attractive piece from Wicker Paradise.
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