Have you hit a brick wall with your decorating? Have no clue what you want to do next? Well put your next room in the hands of lady luck. Let her decide where your inspiration shall come from!
Take 3 6 sided dice (or 1 and roll it 3 times) Each number will represent a different room, color and style. See the lists below to find out what you will be decorating and then post pics of your finished results! A virtual dice roller can be found here
If you cant trust yourself to stay with the numbers you rolled, we can roll the dice for you
- Max 10 pictures per entry, including an overview. You may link to more in an album
- Pictures may be no more then 800 pixel wide
- State which Room, Color and Style you rolled.
- State which game you are using. TS2, TS3, TS4
- Have fun: Remember this is a challenge not a contest
- The forum's Challenge & Contest Rules also apply
This challenge will close: July 26th 2015
Participation prize We are looking for a nice PP for this.
- Bedroom - Can be either a Adult, Child or Nursery Room
- Living Room
- Dining Room
- Study - Can be a Office, Library or Hobby Room
- Black - When it comes to interior decorating black has gotten a bad rap. People tend to think decorating with black is dark and depressing. But this isn't the case. The reality is that at least a little bit of black is essential in every room.
- Metallic - Decadent gold, demure bronze, lavish silver and refined nickel brings a warmth and regality that just can't be achieved by their matte counterparts.
- Red - Due to it's dramatic glamor and bold energy, decorating with red takes a certain amount of courage and confidence. But when done correctly, rooms decorated with red can be warm, inviting, and sophisticated.
- Green - There are few colors as fresh and rejuvenating as green. Green is the color of rebirth, renewal, and growth. It's soothing, energetic and peaceful.
- Purple - Deep versions of this color signal luxury, while softer takes are famously soothing. A powerful purple piece can add passion to a room and will really pop when set against a complementary background color.
- Grey - In decorating circles, gray is the new white—and has been for a while. It’s a more elegant neutral that gives depth to subtle colors and makes bold tones pop. But getting gray right is tricky: The “temperature” of a particular shade—cool or warm—can evoke very different feelings and have an enormous impact on the mood of a room.
- Art Deco - is a style that’s the embodiment of the Roaring 20’s, exuding bold and flashy. It borders on the bombastic yet maintains a fundamental elegance.
- Tuscan - draws its inspirations from old rustic villages in Italy. Tuscan interiors feature a rustic, sun-baked look characterized by stone patios; sturdy furnishings with elegant iron accents; terra-cotta tiles; textured wall finishes; elegant, detailed murals and trompe l’oeil designs.
- Vintage - is all about creating a sense of charm and history through old eclectic pieces. Vintage interior design is about embracing the things of the past and enjoying them just as they are by repairing or refinishing them.
- Gothic - is characterized by dark colors for the walls, ceilings and floors. However, you generally want a large open space with this style because you can make a small living room look and feel even more cramped with Gothic interior design. Gothic style can deliver an immense atmosphere of luxury and mystique.
- Zen - In Japanese, Zen refers to meditation. In interior design, it reflects balance, harmony and relaxation. Although Zen interior design is not a proper design style and does not come with strict rules, it is often associated with Minimalism, simplicity and purity of lines. It is more a way of arranging a home and creating an atmosphere that offsets the stress and hassle of daily routine.
- French Country - is rustic, old-world, and welcoming. Wood beams, furniture with delicate, carved details, stone or brick floors covered with rugs, and fireplaces are prominent features. Copper pots, baskets, iron candle holders, pottery, colorful linens, old paintings, and clear glass vases are common accessory choices. You may also see window boxes containing clay pots of geraniums and lavender on window sills.
Great Style Guides can be found on our Pinterest account!
Check out the first round - second round of this challenge for some great inspiration!