By Eliane Raphael. Interior Decoration. Published at Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 - 22:29:37 PM.
In a small space, using symmetry in décor placement is a classic way to bring order and calm. This type of structure and balance in turn makes a small space, such as this landing-turned-nook, feel larger than it actually is. Consider symmetrical placement with lighting, throw pillows, furniture placement, etc.
While initially it may not be considered a “budget item,” the choice of flooring you make will last much longer – and thus stretch your budget – if you choose something that will wear well. With children or pets in the house, choosing something with a forgiving (e.g., camouflaging) print or pattern is a good direction to lean.
While these colours are relatively close in paternity, there’s enough difference in their colour temperatures to make them good partners for each other. You can maintain a sort of monochromatic aesthetic with these two hues, which adds to the sense of calm and serenity but takes away the potential for blandness. That’s a decorating win-win.
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.
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