Pick From A Variety Of Shabby Chic Home Decor StylesThe 481 Blue White Damask pattern is available in a wide selection of home decor products from wall art, to duvets, to custom size rugs and curtains, and even baby comforters or custom size shower curtains.
Style Your Entire Rooms DecorEntire Shabby Chic themed collections are available for your bedroom, bathroom and almost any room in your house. Have you thought about a cool new floor mat for your entryway?
Personalize This DesignLet us change the background color or any color within this design to ANY color you like. We can also digitally add a personalized message anywhere within the graphic. Our custom options are pretty much infinite. We can adjust the orientation or the central object within this specific 481 Blue White Damask design.
Get Ready for Your Little One with Beautiful Baby BeddingThose three trimesters planning for your infant to arrive can seem so long. You've probably been skimming through every bit of advice about pregnancy, child care, and more. You've been struggling with baby names and doing your best to find all the coziest little onesies. Now, it's time to set up a nursery.
The baby bedding in the baby bed, where they will be sleeping, might be very different than the decor you will use to create their little room. Bedding sets generally come with comforters to put over their crib for aesthetic appeal or to crawl on during the day. There should never be loose bedding or accessories in a baby's crib while they sleep as it is a safety hazard.
In contrast, your little one will still need blankets during the colder months. They put them down to play on when on the floor. What do you imagine cradling your infant in? Of course, you want anything your baby cuddles up with to be safe, but you also desire for it to be attractive, which makes 481 Blue White Damask a perfect option. After all, millions of photos will have that cute bedding as a backdrop.
Too Little & Too DullIf you have a compact bathroom, be sure your principal tone is not too dark. Choosing a primary dark tone for a compact room is a costly mistake! Heavy tones can easily make rooms seem congested because they prevent light from hitting the walls. Softer tones will allow sunlight to bounce around the room, thereby generating a more inviting area. Heavier tones do the opposite, as they soak up natural light, stopping it from filling the room.
“Accessible design is good design.” Steve Ballmer