By . Living Room. Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 13:43:59 PM.
There are certain rooms that look particularly rich, interesting and balanced. While interior design can not be boiled down into a formula or specific steps, layering is the key to an exquisite room. The challenge in design is to encourage all of the elements to interact together in a unique and inviting way. The elements of design are like the language of a room. Each corner should pull you in.
Have you ever looked at a room and thought something was missing? Never underestimate the power of texture. While often overlooked, it puts the finishing touch on any room. Pattern is your friend, but texture is your lover. Texture goes beyond appearance to create a feeling. It can add a sense of warmth, comfort or character to a room. A room in which a variety of textures are incorporated will likely be one in which color recedes into the background. In a neutral room, the best way to add interest and personality is through texture. Texture can easily be added to a space and just as easily changed when you are ready. And, including texture in your space will give it multiple layers and dimensions.
Color has the ability to transform a room. From a bold colored sofa to a standout travel souvenir to a colorful piece of artwork, pops of colors are a great way to develop style and scheme. Color scheme depends a lot on the space and the personality of the person primarily using the space. Think about the room and its purpose. How will the room be used? Are there specific travel trinkets or antique pieces already in possession that should be a part of the room? I myself prefer the bright, but people will find comfortable and inviting. A treasured piece of artwork, an area carpet or a collection of any kind are all sources of inspiration. From your anchor point, add items within the same color family to add depth and interest to a room. Do not be afraid to experiment with color. The harmony of objects in a space becomes apparent as items are added or edited.
Bring in a touch of nature. A natural element or two, like houseplants, rocks, or even a tree trunk will add warmth and charm. This could be a stand alone decorative element, a tall vase filled with graceful branches, or incorporated into a larger whole, perhaps a slate fireplace surround.
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