Interior. Wednesday , October 11th , 2017 - 16:42:51 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?
Like we mentioned in the beginning, an interior designer never stops growing and never stops learning. Tips and ideas are always welcomed so we thought we might offer you some. Let’s start by saying that, if you plan on decorating your own space, you need to find your own style. Borrowing someone else’s won’t make the space feel like home. So surround yourself with items that represent you, that have a story to tell.
Whether you go with bright shades or neutral tones, a chevron pattern will still be more stylish than a plain set. So add the jazzy feels to the nursery or your own bedroom! We love a chunky chevron slapped onto vases too. Whether you add some fresh floral or use it for styling the coffee table, it’s fun, funky and trendy! Distressed or full of color, make your family photos even more adorable with this added pattern. From wall frames to the side table, the print will make it pop!
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