By Yves Florence. Interior Decoration. Published at Tuesday, January 09th, 2018 - 01:05:49 AM.
One of the colour combinations that appears frequently in nature is finding its way, yet again, into contemporary design. The soft, unassuming spring green that offers visual hope and expectation is kept grounded and secure with a close association to its natural cousin, an equally soft sort of natural, sandy brown. This is a great colour pairing for a nature-loving space in the modern world.
It takes a special color to appreciate the noble neutrality that khaki embodies, and plum is just such a color. With plenty of vibrant energy, plum combines with khaki to give itself support and a foundation while forcing the traditionally bland hue a little closer to the limelight. The colour combination is still relatively neutral, but with a fun twist.
Rugs come in all shapes and sizes, which is convenient when you want to designate zones within your home. The spot next to an entryway table, for example, can become its own unit regardless of how large or invisible the actual architectural design of your entryway. Visual cues like this go a long way in bringing larger spaces down to more manageable and comfortable ones…and they don’t have to break the bank.
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.
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