5 Easy DIY Home Décor Ideas

Home décor experts from Mobel are all about providing easy yet stunning DIY projects to spruce up you home without spending too much money. Dig into our unique and amazing DIY projects library for interesting ways to infuse personality into your home.

Wallpaper the Stairs

Give your home a complete facelift by adding gorgeous wallpapers to the stair risers. It is one of the easiest ways to enhance the interior of your home and create an eye-catching centerpiece.

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Artful Lampshade

Plain white lampshades when given a personal touch, offers a unique alternative to the sea of plain lampshades found out there in the mass market! Add a paper design of your choice to the inner lining of the plain lampshade or simply draw a design on the outer surface to give your bedroom or living room an artful treat.

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Mason Window Jars

Did you ever think that mason jars can be amazing elements to add charm to any window? Well, they do. They beautifully dress up your windows and make them look good. So, you see, you don’t need to burn a hole in your pocket to bring home beautiful window treatments. Add candles or flowers to the mason jars and hang them from the top of the window by using some command hook and jute.

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Stencil Text On Fabric

Pair marker with a stencil and give new look to fabrics. Use them to stencil your favorite quote on pillow cover, table runner, cloth napkin- basically anything you can think of! When you have stenciled the quote on the fabric, leave it to dry for a couple of hours. Finally, press the fabric before washing to prevent any ink bleeding.

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Put Memories In A Bottle

Regular picture frames can be found everywhere, try something new. Take your favorite photos and display them inside unusual-shaped bottles. Get hold of some pretty tiny shells, some decorative beads or colored sand and place them in the bottom of each bottle.  Next, roll up the photo and slide it inside the bottle. Finally, seal the bottle with a fancy cork and some pretty trinkets.

 

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4 Reasons Why Home Shoppers Are In Love With Wallpapers

It takes seven hues to put a rainbow together and as you step inside Eastern India’s biggest home décor address, Mobel Furniture Store, you will realize the sheer impact colors can have on the mind. Wallpapers with various colors are back in vogue as more and more people opt for it to transform and dramatize the interiors with a distinctive blend of pattern, shine and texture. Apart from Furniture for very space, Mobel offers an unlimited dose of breathtaking designer wallpapers which is sure to put your home on trend with the latest changes in the interior designing world.

Covers Cracked Walls Easily: Unlike wall paint, wallpaper has the unique ability to easily cover cracked or damaged walls. In cases like these, textured wallpapers are a boon. They work exceptionally well in these conditions as even the slightest of wall imperfections are comfortably hidden beneath the wallpaper.

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Durability: Even the best of wall paints eventually chip off or fade when exposed to sunlight and areas in home where there is high traffic. However, paints with the right finish can last up to maximum 5 years. Hence, the need for retouching surfaces every 5years.

On the other hand, Wallpaper will be your companion in the long run. Experts are of the opinion that a one-time application is good enough to last for at least 15 years.

 

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Expense: When it comes to taking a look at the price tag, wallpaper is expensive compared to wall paints. However, you must keep in mind the durability factor. Although wallpaper is expensive, it is but a one-time investment. Because it lasts longer, it is actually quite reasonable in the long run.

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Various Design Patterns: Wallpapers come in a wide array of design elements or patterns. There is no dearth of variety when it comes to selecting the right wallpaper. Until the right pattern in the right color comes your way, keep browsing through the wallpaper catalogues.

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What is your favorite pattern and color when it comes to picking a wallpaper for your home? Comment below and let us know.

8 Top 5 Curtain and Blind Styles to Choose From!

Curtains, shades, blinds and all kinds of window Treatments are undoubtedly one of the most important elements of Interior Design. They hold and blend the colour schemes used in the décor, set the tone of the room and also go on to create a bold style statement if done up right. In some cases, they are also used as primary accents that build the character of the entire room layout and décor. But in order to achieve that, one needs to know the various types of curtains, shades and blind stylesso that one knows exactly which to choose for making your room look good to glam!

Top 5 Curtain Types to choose from:

Curtains are unlined and lightweight fabrics that are used to cover windows in order to filter out light, sound, draft and also as a decorative component. The most popular curtain types include:

Cafe Curtains: This curtain style includes covering only the bottom half of a window. In some cases it is paired with a valence (drapery style on the top part of a window) for a stylish and different look to a room.Cafe-CurtainsSheer Curtains: A style that we all love, the translucent fabric that gives a stylish and chic look to your room. It filters light, provides a certain amount of privacy and is often combined with heavy fabric drapery for ornate interior designs.

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Lace Curtains: This gives the same effect as the sheer curtains with the exception that these are made from lace fabric.

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Gathered Curtains: This style involves using curtain and drapes that are pulled up half their heights and are tied to the sides.

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Bishop Sleeve Curtains: These types of curtains are very much trending and involves having vertical panels of the curtain where it is pinched up at regular intervals to get a series of blousy sections followed by a gathered pleat.Bishop-Sleeve-Curtains

Top 5 Shades & Blind Styles:

Unlike curtains, shades and blinds are window treatments that fit inside a window frame. Various options exists which can be used to create a stylish and modern look to your home. Some of the most popular options are given below:

Balloon: This refers to the old stage curtain style where series of draw strings hang vertically across d width of the window, that gathers up the material when pulled. Festoon style or the ‘London shade’ is similar to the Balloon with the exception that both the edges on the two sides are not gathered. Hence, Balloon gives a semi circle look while Festoon gives d style a tail.

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Cellular: This style involves a crisply pleated fabric shade that folds up neatly together when drawn. Basically in this style, the shade is made into a honeycomb providing insulation to a certain extent since pockets of air are held in between the honeycomb structure.

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Roman: The Roman shade is a chic style where the shade creates a flat panel when closed. The folds are spaced and occur at regular intervals and overlap each other when they are drawn up.

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Roller: This style consists of a simple and flat shade which can be pulled down at any height and again rolls up to the roller at the top when it is drawn.

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Blinds: These refer to shades made out of wood, metal, plastic or fabric that remains suspended in a string mesh. When drawn up, the entire treatment goes out of ones view.

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Trendiest Curtain & Drape Styles – The top 5 Window Treatments for your home

Let’s get this straight…curtains might have seen the light of the day for its utilitarian purpose such as providing privacy or filtering light, sound and draft, but in modern times nobody can deny its crucial role as an Interior Design element. Not only does it set the tone and look of any particular room but also goes on to create a bold style statement with its various drapery styles and window treatments.

Curtains Vs. Drapes –   Know the difference

Curtains are the unlined, lightweight fabrics that one uses to cover a window. Curtain styles are primarily simple and the length usually is till the window sill or sometimes down to the floor level.

Drapes on the other hand are the heavy and lined fabrics that are usually used to frame a window over and above a curtain. Draperies are fixed and almost always till the floor length. Use of patterns and intense colours, coupled with its sheer bulk and the drapery style makes it something that gives your room a bold statement.

Top 5 Curtain Styles for a glam Interior design:

Pinch Pleat Curtain: This refers to the curtain style where three narrow pleats are pinched together at regular intervals to give the curtain a trendy look.

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Pencil Pleat curtains: This style is all about creating folds in the fabric in such a way wherein thy are gathered tightly and spaced narrowly so that it resembles a row of pencils all along the breath of the curtain.

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Goblet Pleat Curtains: This style is similar to the pencil pleat with the exception that at regular intervals, a part of the fabric is left ungathered and blown outwards so that it gives a look of a goblet. Sometimes, the fabric is stuffed with stiff paper to give give the curtain the best goblet look. Out of all the pleated curtain looks, this is the newest and trendiest to have.

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Tabbed Top Curtains: The Tabbed Top look is one of the most popular styles doing rounds nowadays due to its simplicity and convenience. This informal look is achieved by sewing loops of fabric on top of the curtain panel and then simply hanging it from a rod.

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Shirred: The shirred curtain style refers to tightly bunching the fabric all along the curtain rod.

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Top 5 Drapes to give character to your Interior décor:

Jabot: A panel of pleated fabric, tapered in length, which hangs down on both sides of a window. It can also be used in sections. Perfect for making a style statement without going overboard.

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Swag: A panel of pleated fabric hanged in semi circles, horizontally along the top length of the curtain. Styles include single swag or multiple swags depending on what suits the room. A swag is typically combined with a jabot or a cascade to achieve a more grand or ornate look.

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Cascade:A combination of swag and jabot where a panel of pleated fabric creates a swag style and then hangs down on one side of the window.

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Scarf: The scarf drapery style is all about taking a long panel of fabric, draping it all along the top part of a window and letting it fall to the floor on both the sides.

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Valence: Any kind of drapery treatment done on the top part of a window, typically to cover window hardware sections. Valence is greatly used as an decorative element in any interior design project.

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