By . Interior. Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 23:14:15 PM.
When meeting people, first impressions count and the same holds true for your home. When people walk through the door, the feeling they get from your entryway will set the tone for what they expect from the rest of the house. If your entryway is boring, they are not going to expect much when they walk around the corner. Depending on how much space you have, the entryway is the perfect place for a killer light fixture and some art. If you have room for a console or small table and a chair, make sure that you choose dramatic upholstery or statement accessories. No matter what your decor style, this is where you want to elicit a wow from your family and friends.
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.
Vintage items of all kinds are popular in home decor, but no other sector of design has more choices than lighting. Whether they are truly vintage, repurposed fixtures, or reproductions, vintage lighting is taking center stage in living rooms and kitchens everywhere. Even within the vintage home decor trend, there is a wide range of how old the fixtures appear.
This contemporary grouping uses a typical neutral palette that is very popular in todays contemporary rooms. In addition, the sofa is easy care and comfortable and the upholstery fabric has texture that spices up the neutral color. The graphic accents in the tableaux are also neutral, however the pillows have a trendy chevron pattern and the solid pillows add more texture with their fur coverings.
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