By . Interior. Published at Wednesday, June 06th, 2018 - 10:25:26 AM.
First of all, a neutral color palette is most common. Monochrome palettes that use a lot of brown, beige, cream and white are common. Today, gray is also a trendy neutral for contemporary rooms, and black and white is always a classic choice for this interior design style. Any pops of color come from striking accessories or additions like artworks, statement rugs or bold accessories.
Leather sofas and chairs are nothing new, but this natural material is finding its way onto new home decor pieces such as desks, nightstands and headboards. Luxury bedrooms are incorporating real leather and suede to create an opulent feeling that is gender neutral. It is even being used in custom kitchen designs as a surface material for walls and cabinet fronts. Try adding a small leather covered accent piece or even leather lighting to a space for more dimension. Or, choose a distressed leather that lets natural flaws show, creating a more casual look.
Pillows can be transformative decor piece, adding a jolt of color or print, along with an extra dose of comfort. But just the same, you can have too much of a good thing. For a while, the trend was for piles of decorative pillows on the sofa, the bed and in armchairs. Now we know better because to many pillows can make an otherwise streamlined space feel cluttered. Instead, give more power to your accent pillows by using a carefully edited collection of colors, sizes and motifs to elevate your space. This chair features just one small but dramatic accent pillow. More of them would not make the chair any more special.
With interior design, it is entirely possible to have too much of a good thing, especially where furniture is concerned. Just as important as the pieces you put into a space is the sense of space itself. A room overcrowded with furniture will never feel spacious. All your pieces should be in an appealing arrangement and fulfill your needs with regard to function and comfort. Do not let furniture impede traffic flow through the space or restrict movement. If a room ever feels cramped, remove a piece or two of furniture and see if it eases the feeling in the space. Rearranging the pieces in the space might also solve the problem. This Bamax dining room has enough furniture yet it feels open and airy.
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