Bold colors are striking, but patterns create a sense of energy. Depending on how they are used, they can make a room playful and exciting or calm and tranquil. Patterns add great dimension and comfort to a space. Keep things interesting with an accent chair or ottoman in a dramatic pattern to make a statement. Artworks and rugs are I think the most effective ways to introduce bold color and pattern into a room. I love a bold wallpaper in a small powder room. Mixing and matching patterns is also perfectly acceptable.
It might be helpful to start by building upon one bold pattern in a room. Depending on the tone you wish to set, add patterns that either contrast or complement it. To make multiple patterns work together, you need to make sure you are using patterns of different scales. Using too many small patterns will make a space seem very busy. Do not be afraid to use a larger scaled pattern it will make a great statement in any room, and it will add color that speaks for itself. To create a balanced ambiance, choose solid colors in muted tones that play off bolder patterns. A successful mix of patterns in a room will include a variety of scale and a balance between organic and geometric shapes.
Display as centrepiece. Tables and cabinets are the best areas of your home that can be easily decorated with house plants. They are meant to be studded with a beautiful centrepiece, and what can be better than sparkling natural indoor plants placed on them. Some of the best indoor plants like cactus will add oodles of elegance and style to your tables and its interiors.
Look at lighting. How much natural sun comes into the room? How much light will you need for the spaces intended purpose? To illustrate: A kitchen is likely to need more supplementary lighting than a home entertainment center.
We have talked about adding visual interest to your home. One of the easiest and fun ways to do that is by getting your hands on wool upholstery, buying handknit blankets or throw pillows. Another way to add modern texture to rooms is to think curvy. Look around for tufted sofas, mid century chairs such as bubble chairs or round glass tables to add stunning geometric contrast.
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