Have you ever noticed that the House was built in the 1960s and earlier, it looks like the sport more details in their architecture? Wider prints, archways, niche, built in cabinets and book cases. Details such as columns and corbels are used along with an interesting space dividers and doors are detailed.
Builders of the 70 who discovered that by doing away with unnecessary detail, they could cut costs and build more homes that increased profit margins. Of course, it is a good "business" move, but it left us all with a plain, uninteresting room. Therefore, posts an interesting home missing 1.970 "interest architecture" now we crave.
With the new step toward focusing on the indoor living space across the country, a trip to your local home is outlet now produces a wide selection of decorative molding, wood for the Cabinet and the details of the "do it yourself" kit door for bringing the architecture right back into our homes.
The architectural Detail is the "bones" of interior design and is usually the first consideration when pondering spaces make over. Normally, the room was stripped of all furniture and window coverings to reveal what that really has to offer.
With a bit of the detail added by the developer, it's up to us as the owner of the House to put it back.
Gypsum is one way to add architectural interest to a plain room such as molds, corbels, columns, fireplaces, light shirts and further details are made with a permanent fixture on the walls of enclosing and ceilings.
As our country has taken a new stance of conservation over the last decade, we see more and more "fake" (fake) goods that were introduced to the world of interior decoration. One example is a new, very ornate moldings made of resin. This is a detailed mold appears to be carved and painted wood. But they are plastic and wood material that holds well to abuse, rot and insects, and is more durable and long-lasting than wood moldings common. The same material used to make products for exterior decking areas.
So how do you go about adding architectural interest to your room? Here are some ideas:
Use 1 x 6 boards around the inside edge of your ceiling to create a "frame". Filling the gaps between the pieces of wood with paintable Calking the joints and smooth or compound. Paint the sky blue very pale and then paint the new frames of the same color to your walls. This creates "tray ceilings" instant so popular with builders of new homes and is a cheap but great way to add instant details into the ceiling. Continue the project by adding crown molding to frame new in the level of the wall will add a more finished look.
Create your own columns easily:
Create two rectangles, the open end of the box pre-sanded wood that measures 6 x 6 "(you will then add a 6 x 6" up to each box). One will be used as the top of the column, and one for the bottom. Before adding the peak for each box, attach the 4 x 4 post sanded in between them with a heavy duty bolts. Add to the top of the box and then stands upright and press in place between the ceiling and the floor with a rubber hammer. Finish the top and bottom with crown molding and paint to match the color of the walls. Measurements 4 x 4 "posts You will depend on the height of your ceiling do not forget to include the length of the top and bottom of Your merge fields for your final measurement. The entire column can now be decorated with ornamental Plaster casts or Raised stencils for more detail. the short column can be created in the same manner for use as a plant stand.
Corbels are additional outstanding architecture and becoming increasingly popular. It can now be bought at a local home store chain or special website (just do a search for corbels on the internet) or find super deals on auction sites. Corbels come in different varieties and sizes, and can be used under Your fireplace mantle, beneath the tip of your kitchen cupboards, on the inside of the door width or to create unique door elements by placing them on the outside edge of the door or window, then adding wood or glass shelves to top is used to display the collection.