Do you own a holiday property? Are you considering having one built? Are you unsure of what type of theme would be the nicest for that holiday property? Fret no more.
I am again here to clear up the most regular questions and/or mistakes in property design.
I have been in the interior design business ever since I was a teenager plus I’ve learned a great deal about design lessons through the school of “starting over again” plus I’m here to help you spare yourself the tremendous headache of having to start all over. Does that sound good? Let’s get started, then! This week we’re going to discuss the paradise valley manor. Now, the paradise valley manor style is not limited to a holiday property- but once I start explaining the characteristics, you’ll see why I say this. The paradise valley manor is easily characterized by the use of light tan stone. This is not actually the same as the southwest type that heavily relies on a desert look. The paradise valley manor type is identified by its similarity to an oasis in the desert as opposed to the desert itself. I bet with that particular description you can take a shot at what I’m about to say next. Water works! That’s right. Fountains, hot tubs plus pools are needed for the paradise valley manor. If you’re not a person who is interested in having water fixtures, then the paradise valley manor type really is not for you. As with any of the properties we have spoken about with tan brick structures, you will want to have dark brown custom leather furniture. Perhaps a tan cloth furniture would be okay, but the dark leather furniture is the best option.