By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Monday, May 14th, 2018 - 01:52:44 AM.
How to Mix Patterns Using Color. The easiest way to mix patterns is with color. Feel free to mix florals, plaids, modern motifs – whatever – as long as they share a common color palette.
Personal Art. Hanging art on the wall is a great way to add personality and character to a space. It’s even better if it’s not the kind that’s mass produced and sold in big box stores. The term “personal art” means it’s something unique to you (and no, it doesn’t mean you have to have any artistic talent). It could be personal photos framed and hung on the wall, something made by you or a loved one, a wall-hanging purchased on a vacation, or something else personal and meaningful. The idea is that it’s something you won’t find in anyone else's home.
Details on window treatments are simple. Contrast lining fabric peeking out from the sides, cording or wide contrast banding, or tab tops with buttons or ribbon details dress up the window but not too much! Add a simple swag of fabric or fabric tie-backs if you must. Floors in a casual style room are hardwood, tile, stone, or stained concrete. If carpet is used, it should not be too plush. Rather chose sisal, berber, or long, shaggy styles or subtle geometric woven patterns.
Many pieces of upholstered furniture are covered in neutral colors, such as tan, gray, beige, or off-white. But other colors are used, too. Soft pastels give a peaceful feeling. Or try darker tones such as navy, rust, olive or forest green, wine, and cranberry for punch.
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