Published at Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 - 22:36:36 PM. Interior Decoration. By Eliane Raphael.
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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.
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.
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