Embellish with touches of your own style! It’s time to showcase the things that are most important to you in the home. It’s the best way to make your home truly your own. It doesn’t matter if it’s right or bad; more is always better.
Mix the old with the new
Blending old with new successfully is crucial to creating a distinctive stylistic blend. Combining vintage and ancestral pieces with modern classics or hot new finds from the mall never fails to provide a stunning effect.
Create a massive gallery wall
Creating a gallery wall is a simple and effective method to infuse your house with your unique style. Use a mix of graphic, hand-drawn, and vintage motifs to create a unique design. The use of a wider variety of hues, styles, and patterns into works of art is currently a key movement in the world of visual expression. Frames made of wood and metal can be mixed and matched to make for a more casual, eclectic design. Below you’ll find a plethora of advice on how to put together a gallery wall.
Focus your decorating efforts on a single object
Now is the moment to make room in your home for the things that are truly meaningful to you, whether it’s a big vase or a used chair. The key to achieving the desired effect when decorating is to centre your efforts around a single focal point.
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Combine patterns, colours, and materials in a daring way
There are no limitations on your choice of bold floral prints, squares, or abstract patterns. When combined, unconventional materials like dark wood, metal, rattan, and concrete create an eye-catching effect.
The easiest way to incorporate colour, pattern, and texture into a room is to start with a neutral colour scheme. Pick an item with sentimental value (such as a family heirloom or vintage find) and use it as the “anchor” of your design. In order to make it the focal point of the room, group posters, candles, and other ornaments around it or set it in the centre of the table.Share this post!