Decorate With Abstract Art

Decorate With Abstract Art


So you want to decorate your home with some abstract art? Great idea!

Pictures and paintings are extremely personal and reflect every individual in their unique way.

Abstract pieces of art vary from colour to size and luminescent value.

There are many ways to express yourself, art is the one which will show your inner feelings and thoughts in many different ways.

There are a great amount of abstract paintings on the market.

Going through them, and you will find the one that reflects you, your dreams and your hopes.

Enjoy the work of Great Painters!!!

December 17th 2019
Article Written By: Renata Biala

Design Specialist at Decorium
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Budget Friendly Holiday Decor Tips


With all the time and money we always spend during the Holiday Season, all too often we find ourselves scrambling to decorate our homes perfectly for holiday entertaining.

Here are a few tips to Decorate your home for the Holidays and still keep you on the ‘Nice’ list…budget wise:

Use What You’ve Got – Try to create your holiday palette using hues already incorporated into your home decor.

Light It Up – Switch out your existing candles for ones in the holiday hues of greens, reds, and golds.

Bring the Outdoors In – Add touches of nature both inside and out by incorporating pine cones, evergreen sprigs, and poinsettias.

Let It Shine – Add accessories in shimmering gold and silver for a touch of elegance to your table and mantle.

Think Outside the ‘Bowl’ – Fill bowls and vases with tree ornaments and balls for an intriguing and colourful presentation.

Add a Personal Touch – Assemble cherished momentos, past holiday collectibles, and family portraits to create a unique holiday display.

Develop a Theme – Take your Holiday Decor throughout your entire home.  Choose a colour and decor theme and incorporate it into every room to give your entire home a festive, holiday feel.

The holidays are all about enjoying time with your family and friends.  So, when it comes to Holiday Home Decor, KEEP IT SIMPLE and realistic with your life and your budget.


Article Written By: Beatrice Espinola 
Design Specialist at Decorium
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Family friendly living space


When a client comes in and tells me that they need to furnish a living room, – which they are going to be using everyday, with their kids (of different ages), pets, parents and grandparents – the first thing I tell them is that a few things need to be taken into consideration:

Firstly, no sharp edges. This way if their kids are under 4 years old, they will have much less of a risk of get hurt.

Leather covers are easier to take care of and don’t absorb spills.

If they do not want leather, performance fabrics come with protection and are easier to clean and remove stains from.

Stains are also easier to remove on 100% polyester fabrics.

At least one or two seats should have firm seating, so that older people can sit and leave the sofa/chair without any issues.

A lift chair might be a very good solution if they have someone in the family that has a lot of trouble getting up from a seat.

A cocktail ottoman versus a coffee table. Almost everybody wants to put the feet on top of them, so this is a great way to get the best of both worlds.

A tight back on the sofas is a good solution when you have teenagers in the family so you don’t have to spend a long time picking up pillows or fixing them.

The idea is always to choose the right furniture, so that we can all live together in peace and harmony.


December 10th 2019
Article Written By Adriana Glait

Design Specialist at Decorium
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Time to get Cozy. Winter is definitely here!



Looking at the bright side, we anticipate the long and cozy time inside our homes with family and friends, or just curling up on a sofa with a good book in front of the fire.

Making small changes to your home decor will bring happy and warm feelings, and will make you appreciate being inside.

Start with putting some fresh branches from the Christmas tree in a vase on the counter. That will make the house smell like holidays.

Candles on the coffee table and side tables by the sofa will brighten and warm up the space around.

Maybe by throwing a few new toss cushions on the sofa, it will feel like a new season is approach fast.

A colorful blanket or throw on the chair will make you want to read a good book or have a cup of hot cocoa.

Winter is the time to spend more meaningful evenings with  the people you love and care about.


December 6th 2019
Written By: Alla Wolfson

Design Specialist at Decorium
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Winter & Christmas


Winter has arrived and the Christmas season is near, so make your place look cozy and warm with a beautiful sectional from here! A warm color grey with bright toss cushions at play, in colours red, green and blue, enjoy the fireplace with friends and family and you.


November 29th 2019
Article Written By Raffaele Martino

Design Specialist at Decorium
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How to decorate your home for the holidays 

It’s that time of the year again, the holidays are approaching and one of the best ways to show your spirit is to decorate your home in the holiday spirit.

An easy way to decorate your home is to spread a little holiday spirit in each room. A great way to decorate your home is to start with some colour. Add some coloured accent pillows to your family room. Red and green are a great option as well as some earthy tones.

Next, another great way to add holiday cheer in a room is to add some extra lighting. Using brass gold and chrome lighting can really add to your room and make it brighter.

Lastly, the holiday season is the time of the year in which you always have guests coming over. A great way to entertain and show your holiday spirit is by using a nice bar cart. The bar cart can be decorated with some nice holidays glasses, some greenery as well as little accessories.

Don’t be afraid to add some color into your space this holiday season and enjoy!


November 22nd 2019
Article Written By Yuval Elbaum

Design Specialist at Decorium
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Finding Your Home Design Style – Fashion Influence on Design


One of the most common concerns I encounter with a number of clients is that they’re not sure what their ‘Design Style’ is, when it comes to choosing furnishings for their home.  My advice to them is simply this…”Look In Your Closet”.

While not an exact science, most Interior Design experts have discovered that the fashions we choose to wear – fabrics, colours, patterns, and accessories – are a great indicator of how we like to live our lives and what makes us feel most comfortable.

Fashion apparel is a simple blueprint for influencing what happens aesthetically in our home decor.  It can show if you prefer a linear, modern look or if you lean more towards curves, as well as your colour preference such as soft neutrals or bold colours.  Looking at your choice of jewelry can also show if you prefer the cool chrome and silver metallic finishes or warm golds and bronzes; or if you like to mix it up for an eclectic look.

When trying to find your Home Design Style, yes it can be as simple as Looking In Your Closet!

Just remember that, both in Fashion and Home Decor, it’s important to find a style and trend that allows you to express yourself freely and shows off your unique taste.


November 15th 2019
Article Written By Beatrice Espinola 

Design Specialist at Decorium
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How to decorate a room with texture and patterns.

Decorating with texture and patterns makes a room interesting and alive. By mixing faux fur and quilted fabrics, you can create a simple, relaxed space. Rough textures are more likely to make a space feel intimate and grounded, while smooth texture bring a sleeker tone to the room. As with anything else when it comes to interior design, the key is to create a balance. Without enough textured elements, a space can feel cold. But the most important part is to create your own little sanctuary, using the textures and patterns that make you feel good and happy.

November 8th 2019
Article Written By Renata Biala

Design Specialist at Decorium
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Message Chairs. Furniture that can change you life!


Are you looking for furniture that can change your life, or at least make a difference in your overall well being?  Consider a message chair with all the health benefits!  There has been a great deal of research into message therapy and it’s benefits, and if you have a message chair of your own, you can enjoy them on a daily basis.  All message chairs are not created equal. The Cozzia Message Chair is the ultimate in therapeutic relaxation.

Here are several benefits that you can discover by relaxing in a Cozzia Message Chair:

  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Improved mood
  • Manage lower back pain
  • Lessen headaches
  • Spark creativity
  • Boost immunity
  • Loosen the muscles and joints
  • Decreases the stress hormone Cortisol by up to 50%
  • Releases endorphins, reduces anxiety and slows down the heart rate

Stress is a part of everyday life.  Yes, drinking calming teas like chamomile, meditating,  and using a weighted blanket can help you relax.

But, if you have the budget to purchase a Cozzia message chair then it could change your life!

Imagine reaping all the positive benefits of sitting in a Cozzia message chair everyday in the comfort, convenience and privacy of your own home.

Here’s to relaxation at its best!


November 4th 2019
Article Written by Ellen Zworth
Design Specialist at Decorium
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Time for gold and silver!


This is the time of the year when you can really express yourself.

No limits!

If you like gold and silver, it is the right season to introduce these two colors into your home.

You don’t have to change the whole decor, small accessories, like toss pillows or throws will bring the festive spirit.

Gold and silver accents are always glamorous and special.

Start small, adding something like a few plates for the kitchen, small shades for the lamps and maybe a small decorative rug with shiny gold or silver thread.

Enjoy the season!

November 1st 2019
Article Written by Alla Wolfson
Design Specialist at Decorium
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