Do you have a holiday dwelling? Are you looking to have one built? Are you not really sure what type of theme would be perfect for that holiday dwelling? Worry no more.
I am once again here to clear up the most asked questions and/or mistakes in dwelling design.
I have been in the interior design business since I was a teenager plus I’ve acquired a lot of design lessons through the school of “starting over again” plus I’m here to help you spare yourself the sizable headache of having to start over. Does that sound wonderful? Let’s get started, then! This month we’re going to discuss the paradise valley manor. Now, the paradise valley manor style is definitely not limited to a holiday dwelling- but once I start explaining the characteristics, you’ll easily see why I say this. The paradise valley manor is essentially characterized by the use of light tan stone. This is not the same as the southwest style that relies on a desert look altogether. The paradise valley manor style is distinguished by its similarity to an oasis in the desert as opposed to the actual desert itself. I bet with that description you can think of what I’m going to say next. Water works! You got it. Fountains, beautiful hot tubs plus pools are necessary for the paradise valley manor. If you’re not someone who is fascinated with water fixtures, then the paradise valley manor style is most definitely not for you. As with any of the dwellings we have talked about with tan stone structures, you will want to have dark brown custom leather furniture. Perhaps a tan cloth furniture would do, but the dark leather furniture is a better move to make.
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