Published at Sunday, May 13th, 2018 - 12:57:22 PM. Interior Decoration. By Yves Florence.
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Color blocking is no stranger to the design world, but it is still a fresh, modern twist on combining colors. Three or four colors tends to look best in color blocking – enough to give each color a respectable piece of the color block pie, but not so many that the chunks become overly fragmented. For a true budget watcher, you can DIY any number of of color blocked pieces, small and large.
While it doesn’t make much financial sense to start up a collection just so you can display it in your décor, this strategy is a win-win for the decorating collector. Display any number of collectibles on your walls, in frames, or on shelves in your space to serve as beautiful and inexpensive visual cues and great conversation starters.
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