Room colors for interior design in Middle Eastern style. Oriental interior colors include saturated magenta, red, ocher, green and blue color shades. The color azure and all shades of turquoise colors, rich red and juicy orange color shades add brightness, warmth and peaceful feel to modern interior design in Middle Eastern style. Tastefully decorated, Middle Eastern interiors are sensual and festive, but colorful palette feels cozy and comfortable, spiced up with unique atmosphere of Eastern hospitality. Interior design materials and decorating ideas. The most common materials used in oriental interior design and decor are teak wood, ivory,wrought iron and ceramics, mother of pearl, silver, brass, copper and gold-plated metal. Enamel, forging, stamping, basketry, carving and inlay are traditional techniques for creating stunning home furnishings in Eastern style.
Decorative finishing the ceiling. Regarding the ceiling we can recommend you to paint it in a warm or white. By the way, the fabric right under the ceiling is perfect draping. And if you want to do something more original then fasten beams of dark wood at the ceiling and lay a reed or bamboo stalks on them. By the way, bamboo plates are not just for flooring, but for the ceiling. They are fixed directly to the basic ceiling or on a crate of suspended one, and everything contributes to the creation of an extraordinary sense of presence in real African hut. While much of the African décor you find may be in browns, blacks, and other earth tones, you can add boosts of color throughout the room with beautiful accessories. African colors echo the brilliant reds, yellows, and oranges of a sunset, as well as the brilliant greens and blues of the grass and the sky. Use these colors in pottery pieces, throw rugs, afghans, lamps, pillows, and other décor.
Put the finishing touches in your home with accents that capture the feel of French Polynesian life. Oversized planters with large palm plants and broadleaf tropical plants are a good start. Tropical flowers are abundant on Polynesian islands and are commonly seen in the hair of Tahitian women; look for fabric patterns or framed art with motifs of hibiscus, orchids or white gardenia, which resemble Tahitian tiare flowers. Fresh or silk flower arrangements will brighten rooms. Drape gauzy white material over a four-poster bed or hang it from ceiling hooks to resemble the mosquito netting used in tropical locales. Include several framed photos of Polynesian beaches and landscapes or even a wall-sized mural to bring a piece of paradise into your home.
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