There are many ways to make your home its stylish best. Here are few suggestions that will help you to create a home interior that is uniquely yours.
Make small spaces stand out with bold patterns and colours. The trick is to offset with mirrors or artwork that will bring a sense of broader space. Just be careful not to make the space appear smaller than it really is.
Use patterns as accents. As patterns are often over / under used, try to apply them to just one aspect of the interior space. For example, have patterned upholstery or soft furnishings or one particular way or piece of furniture. It will standout, give a sense of play and look terrific!
Add colour to hallways and passageways. Given these spaces can be of any size, breadth or shape can benefit immensely from beautiful, bold paint. Any colour can bring a sense of place to these areas and are a wonderful backdrop for any artwork. This is simple an opportunity for style that shouldn’t be overlooked!
Display your collectibles. You went to a great deal of effort to invest in collectibles so don’t hide your pieces whether they are part of a larger collection or not. Always present them in accessible places like side and end tables or even designate a piece of sturdy furniture to exhibit your items to their best advantage. Avoid clutter and encourage balance with a thoughtful arrangement that will draw interest.
Wall-High Shelving. You can create a sense of grandeur with shelves that extend from floor-to-ceiling. Display your books, o’jet d’art and other hierloom pieces for all to see.
Decorate Your Walls. You have so many choices that can include art, but should extend to wallpaper or even trompe l’oeil. This will give your space any kind of historical or decorative appeal that you wish – imagine the impact of a Mediterranian landscape or an English countryside!
Mix Contemporary with Old World. Many interiors benefit from a blend of current and past interior looks. It only takes an ornate lighting fixture, a curvy piece of furniture or carefully arranged decorative ornaments from prior design periods to make a contemporary room behold Old World charm. It will have a feeling of newness combined with established and timeless allure.
Choose interior colours that create contrast. If you live in Canada, where there is an abundance of white snow outside, contrast the mood with noticeable interior colours. Likewise if you have rainy and overcast outside views, brighten up the interiors with colours that elevate the mood to a cheerful plateau.