By Emeric Eve. Interior Decoration. Published at Friday, May 18th, 2018 - 05:27:22 AM.
While bookcases tend to be used for their namesake – books – a good way to add a designer aesthetic is to mix other objects with the books. Leather-bound and antiqued volumes pair nicely with wood-potted plants. Paperbacks look well with abstract sculpture. Bold spine backs may be well balanced with white ceramics.
A solitary mirror is capable of transforming a small space into one twice its size, visually if not physically. Designer mirrors can gouge the budget, but if you have access to a great frame, simply have some mirrored glass cut to fit. This is a fantastic way to get a designer look for a DIY price.
This is a cheap decorating tip that applies to any season, any space. Add immediate visual interest by mixing up prints and patterns. Plaid and floral, stripe and ikat, dot and geometric. Keep at least one quality of the patterned pieces similar, such as scale, color family, shape, etc., for the mix to appear harmonious rather than chaotic.
Grey is a major contender for neutrality in the contemporary home. It’s trustworthy, stable, and chic. But it’s not, in and of itself, vibrant or exciting. Which makes fuchsia a perfect color pair to create an energy balance and eye-catching modern aesthetic. Keep the fuchsia proportion small, as it packs a big visual bang for its physical buck.
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