Kitchen And Dining Items

Kitchen Accessories-Appliances-Table Linens-Cookware/Ovenware - Dinnerware - Cutlery

Browse through Home Decor Center's wide selection of kitchen and dining accessories. We have many great items for the kitchen such as appliances, linens, tableware, and more!

Kitchen and Dining Home Decor Accessories

Home Decor Center offers a wide selection of dinning ware from simple to elegant. Your table should be the centerpiece of the room, without accessories it will be just a table.

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Every good cook needs a good kitchen stocked with loads of kitchen accessories. Home Decor Center understands this and wants to help you on your way to having the total accessorized kitchen that you need!

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A home decorating tip offered by Home Decor Center:
Stenciling A Wall Border

Its simplest form is that of a stenciled border in flat tints used either in place of a cornice or as the border of a wall-paper is used. This, of course, is a purely mechanical performance, and one with which every house-painter is familiar. After this we come to borders of repeating design used as friezes. This can be done with the most delicate and delightful effect, although the finished wall will still be capable of withstanding the most energetic annual scrubbing. Frieze borders of this kind starting with strongly contrasting color at the top and carried downward through gradually fading tints until they are lost in the general color of the wall have an openwork grille effect which is very light and graceful. There are infinite possibilities in the use of stencil design without counting the introduction of gold and silver, and bronzes of various iridescent hues which are more suitable for rooms of general use than for bedrooms. Indeed in sleeping-rooms the use of metallic color is objectionable because it will not stand washing and cleaning without defacement. The ideal bedroom is one that if the furniture were removed a stream of water from a hose might be played upon its walls and ceiling without injury. In the olden days a pink and silver room belonging to a young girl, where the salmon-pink walls were deepened in color at the top into almost a tint of vermilion which had in it a trace of green would be a favorite. It was, in fact, an addition of spring green dropped into the vermilion and carelessly stirred, so that it should be mixed but not incorporated. Over this shaded and mixed color for the space of three feet was stenciled a fountain-like pattern in cream-white, the arches of the pattern riled in with almost a lace-work of design. The whole upper part had an effect like carved alabaster and was indescribably light and graceful.

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