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Guest post: 7 Interesting Ways Fabric can be used instead of Furniture
Hello everybody! I have another guest post for you! I like guest posts because they bring variety on this blog and i think today's theme is so interesting and inovative! The author of the article is Martina Simon, thank you for making it for my blog!
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7 Interesting Ways
Fabric can be used instead of Furniture
We love to find new and interesting ways to decorate our homes.
From floor coverings to wall hangings, we enjoy choosing and using fabrics to
enhance our space and complement our room’s decor. Choosing the right furniture
to go in a room that’s not too big and fits the space perfectly is important.
Fabric is available in a wide choice of colours and patterns with
something that will suit everyone. The perfect way to finish off a room is to
find the right pattern and colour fabric and use it for a piece of furniture.
Here are some great ideas from Volga Linen on how to use
fabrics instead of furniture.
Ever since the days that people have covered their earthen floor
with fresh green rushes, we have used some kind of floor coverings. Although
laminate might now be considered yesterday’s news, all kinds of rugs are still
in use made from hand-tufted wool rugs to soft alpaca fur. Available in a huge
range of patterns and colours, everyone can find something to match their
The latest styles of sofas have included a mix of patterned and
plain fabric in a choice of colours. More casual seating such as beanbags and
chair-shaped beanbags offer extra choice of seating arrangements. Rattan
furniture offers practicality with smart looks.
Fabric can be used on canvases as pictures to join your colour
scheme together and it can be used on items such as photo frames. The use of
scatter cushions, bolster cushions and pillows can also help to bring colour to
a neutral room.
Curtains are not only useful to cover windows, but they can be used
instead of doors to cover storage units. They can be matched to the decor of
the room and offer a simple way to conceal your belongings.
Use fabric to redesign your old furniture and give it a new lease
of life. You can use throws to give an old sofa a facelift, the seats of old
wooden chairs can be re-covered and a scratched table can be polished and
decorated with a cloth runner. You can also re-cover an old headboard with
fabric to match a newly decorated room. Using quilting squares to make your own
bedspread to cover your bed offers a personal touch to your bedroom.
Use your craft hobbies to create beautiful objects for your home.
You could embroider a sampler or a tapestry, make rag rugs for your floors,
make some decoupage pictures or use some of your own art. You choose the
colours and the fabrics to match your room decor and the space will be uniquely