Go Lighter After you find the perfect color for a wall on a paint card, buy paint that's one step lighter. Colors look darker on the wall, so the lighter shade will deliver more punch than you'd expect.
Like this idea alot, but the boxes would need clear doors on them, so the jewelry won't tarnish... Jewelry Box: When it comes to accessories, you're less likely to waste money on a duplicate (or buy yet one more piece) if you can clearly see what you already have. With this in mind, hang jewelry inside shadowboxes on a walk-in closet wall or above a vanity.
lovely guest room - I like the mix of prints with white bedding. Pink/red gingham blanket, flowery-like bed skirt (can make this easily), and blue accents. Little antique frames on wall with oval mirror. Could dress it up more with garden-themed prints, my sketches or photos from our garden.
To add faux architectural interest in the living room, cover one blank wall with a collection of cheap frames—find them at discount stores or flea markets. Paint the frames the same shade as the wall color—it's an effect that mimics texture. Choose a high-gloss paint finish on the frames to add shimmer and sophistication and to make them pop from the wall."—