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Written by on March 5th, 2011 No Comment

Home DecorHome furniture forms an integral part of home décor. Home furniture not only allows you a space to place your things and a room for sitting, but it gives a new angle and style to the house on the whole.Home décor itself is a very pleasurable experience and it gives everyone a fair chance to have a sense of belonging to some place which they call their home. The taste of home décor varies from person to person. It totally depends on what an individual likes or dislikes and what is preferred to be made a part of the house.

As the winters are nearly at the end and the spring is all set to bloom, the latest trends for home décor for the new season are out too. For home furniture this season, going natural is the main theme. The use of pinewood, jute, natural grass and bamboos is very widely seen at different furniture shops for home furniture. A raw and unfurnished look in natural tones of these materials is being preferred for home furniture this season.Teaming up the home furniture with nice and comfy neutral colored cushions, green rugs and runners are very much in fashion. It makes the look of a home very eco-friendly and fresh. Moreover, home décor also includes the use of bamboo sticks placed in nice big jars and wheat straw, jute and bamboo photo frames. They complete the homely look of a house.

If you are a water lover and a beach person then going blue for your home décor is an excellent option this season. The use of coral colors is very much in demand and for home furniture, the upholstery of denim is a must have if you are opting for the shades of blue for your home.To sum it up, this season is all about eco-friendly stuff and materials. Therefore, try to spend wisely on home décor and look for those things that you already have. You can make little bit changes in them and have an entirely new look for your home décor without spending much in these days of recession.

From: fashioncentral

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