By travers. Interior. Published at Wednesday, June 06th, 2018 - 16:29:02 PM.
Geometrics are a great home decor trend for adding patterns to a room, especially if you are not a fan of florals and are weary of the ubiquitous chevrons. The various shapes have a pop art feel and will add a graphic jilt to a space, whether you choose a large rug or just a few well placed accessories.
If anything in the home is trendy, it is accessories and decor pieces. It is fortunate that this is also the easiest part of your decor to switch out in order to get a fresh look. If you are still displaying that lava lamp or have too many mason jars on the counter, it is time to change it up and get rid of the old trends that are on their way out or are already history. Peruse design and decor accessories on line, see what current trends fit in with your style of home and incorporate some of them, retiring the old pieces. This does not mean you have to change everything, just the outdated ones. It is an inexpensive way to move into the current era without breaking the bank.
When it comes to decor less is definitely more. The nicest rooms with the most pleasant feeling always have accessories, just not too many. Unfortunately, conquering clutter is about more than just organization. Yes, you need to have enough storage space to stash your belongings out of sight, but there are many other ways that a home can feel cluttered. Too many accessories, a huge number of pillows, too many things on the shelves, artwork hung without a plan, these are some of the examples. This can be a particular problem for people who collect things. In all cases the cure is simple: editing. Clearing clutter does not mean you can not display your favorite things, it just means you should not display them all at once. A carefully edited collection of accessories or collectibles makes more of an impact than a large jumble. From time to time, you can swap out whats on display so that you can enjoy all your items.
The other way to think about this is decorating in layers. Take a look at the room below. Yes it has a formal air, but it is certainly not stuffy. The sofa on the right has a wooden frame and is very formal. The armchair across the room also has wood, but it is white, and the second sofa is more casual with no visible wood at all. The coffee table and side tables are all different and not formal, yet they work well with the grand chandelier and gold framed portraits on the walls.
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