Interior. Wednesday , October 11th , 2017 - 16:31:32 PM
Not everyone is meant to be an interior design. Knowing what it takes and what it means to be a designer can help you figure out whether you need professional help with your home projects or whether you have a good chance of being successful all by yourself. For example, if you’re aware that several different prints and patterns can coexist harmoniously and you know how to work with them, you have a pretty good chance of making it in this domain. Check out this crazy combination. Could you come up with something similar?
Dishes can easily carry these prints as well. Soft zig-zags or neon tones can play up your kitchen’s colors and make dinner more fun. Here’s another fabulous DIY project to dive into. Upcycle an older dresser or chests and add some personality to its overall design with either paint to decals. From the side tables to the coffee tables to the mantle, your trinkets can show off your personal style as well. Chevron pops and will bring attention to the smallest of details.
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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