August 09, 2020
For many consumers, interior design can be intimidating and overwhelming. By following some key guidelines and trusting your instincts, however, you can turn any room into a beautifully designed space.
When choosing things like paint and overall color palettes, sticking to neutral or classic colors is a fool-proof way to ensure your décor is timeless. If you love bold colors, try incorporating brighter hues with accessories or accent walls to avoid a look you may tire of quickly.
Mixing patterns and textures in the same color family is another way to create a luxe look without overdoing it. Think cozy knits and rich textures mixed with sleek finishes. Contrasting patterns like stripes and florals can work surprisingly well together if they share common colors.
Take inspiration from transitional design styles by blending modern pieces with traditional décor. The juxtaposition of “old” and “new” will always feel fresh and on trend. Less is more when it comes to accessories and home décor pieces. Too many knick-knacks or throw pillows can make a room feel cluttered and chaotic.
Most importantly, choose what you love and what makes you happy. Don’t try to force a certain look or style if you feel it does not fit you. Using these principles and some creativity, you can create beautiful interiors like a pro!
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February 28, 2021
You might be familiar with the classic design styles, like traditional, farmhouse, industrial, and eclectic. You also likely know about minimalism and how it focuses on streamlining and keeping your décor to a bare minimum. Today we take the leap and discover the wild and wonderful world of maximalism.
February 21, 2021
Every year trends shift in all aspects of the design world. From paint colors to vanity and mirror silhouettes, to overall design styles, some things stay consistent and others tend to fade away. If you are looking to update your bathroom or are simply curious to see what this year's popular aesthetics will be, keep reading!
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