By Yves Florence. Interior Decoration. Published at Tuesday, January 09th, 2018 - 01:05:49 AM.
If you go on a nature walk and stumble upon an eye-catching palm frond, a gorgeous leafy stem, some early summer blossoms on a branch, or any number of natural wonders, consider treating those things like art. Bring them home (if permitted) and mount, hang, pot, or otherwise display them for you to enjoy for long after the fact. Nothing says “budget keeper” like a bold display of free Mother Nature.
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.
Got a mirror that you don’t use? Throw some handles on the side and turn it into a tray. Got a plate or bowl or frame that’s just gathering dust? Have some mirrored glass cut to fit and turn it into a mirror to hang on the wall. Repurposing objects not only extends their life, it also enhances your enjoyment of the thing in your space.
Animal prints are considered by many to be a neutral, but they’re far from boring. Pair two or three different animal prints together, and you’ve got a delightfully adventurous and sophisticated aesthetic. The budget-friendly component comes into play here with the fact that a little bit of animal print goes a long way. You can keep the scale small and still have a big impact, design-wise.
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