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Bedroom design help!


September 30, 2017


First time Spherer

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Evening everyone,


New here and new to interior design, i have been looking around but couldn't find any ideas my room has White furniture and black electrical wizardy (Theres quite a bit) with white speakers and grey skirting i was thinking of of fitting and anthracite raditor on a red chimley breast with grey walls would this look strange? Design isn't my strongest suit. Skirting colour can be changed, carpet is grey but thats on its last legs aswell.


Many thanks in advance!


October 11, 2017


New York

Regular Spherer

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Interior designing is not just about finding the correct furniture and accessories to use. It is very important to pick the correct fabrics from the best possible materials to the best patterns. The most common fabrics used in the designing department include cotton, silk and wool. The most common fabrics used in the designing department include cotton, silk and wool. For synthetics, you will find materials like rayon, nylon, and polyester. Both natural and synthetic materials have their advantages and disadvantages. Most sofas in homes, have a blend of both natural and synthetic fabric.

Cotton is known to be very strong, hard-wearing and easy to wash. It can last for a very long time and it doesn’t fall apart easily. When used in designing your sofa, you are assured of low maintenance costs in cleaning services.

Another main advantage of cotton is that it doesn’t stink. During your usual day-to-day activities, your sofa might get soaked in various drinks. If it was any other fabric you will have a reason to worry, but for cotton designed sofas, the cleaning process is easy and cheap. Unlike other fabrics, cotton releases stinky substances more easily once in the washing machine.

Cotton is a material that does not stretch easily. To some people, this might look like a drawback but it is an added advantage. The chances of your sofa edges and outlines sagging, bagging and stretching out, are very little. This will prevent your sofa from getting bent out of shape unlike other common fabrics.

No one ever wants to sit on a sofa that is itchy and irritating. Cotton is a smooth, spongy and breathable material. These qualities put it among the most comfortable fabrics making it look good and feel even better.

Although cotton is widely used in interior designing it has its own drawbacks. Unlike other competitor fabrics, it wears out very fast and depending on how tight the weave is, it can be prone to wrinkling and damage. It is not a stain resistant material unlike the synthetic fabrics which are becoming more common in the market.

When looking for a fabric for your sofa interior designing, it would be best if you regard cotton as your upholstery material of choice very carefully. It would be a perfect choice for a sofa which will be placed in a rarely visited room. Cotton is also very affordable material which can be easily purchased from various fabric shops.



October 18, 2017


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