Interior. Wednesday , October 11th , 2017 - 16:27:18 PM
Even your storage bins can be filled with more style than the usual “plain Jane” looks. Fill your bookshelves or clean up clutter with your chevron pieces. This may end up being a chic DIY project for you to dive into or maybe you’ll be lucky enough to find this while you’re out and about shopping. From rustic looks to more feminine styles, don’t be afraid of adding interest to your furniture pieces. Yep, even your clocks can come with a bit of funk. Hang them on the wall in the kitchen or balanced on your mantle, they’re a youthful addition to the home.
Another sign that you should become an interior designer can be your obsession with details, like these beautiful natural curiosities all gathered on a shelf. Little things like these can be the key to turning a space from common and boring to outstanding and exquisite. In most cases, it’s the little things that matter the most when decorating a space. Beauty is in the details that make a space feel like home.
Oversized accessories often make a room more interesting. This can be applied to a lot of things, including artwork, light fixtures, furniture and numerous decorations. A large painting displayed on one of the walls in your living room will create an interesting focal point for the space. You can use this strategy to direct the attention toward key elements and parts of the room. For example, display an oversized pendant lamp above the dining table to draw the attention to that specific spot, diminishing the visual impact of everything else around.
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