Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 14:00:49 PM. Living Room. By .
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Small rooms tend to have small windows too which can make the space feel even tinier than it is. Give the illusion of larger windows by using drapes strategically. Get a rod thats wider than your window by a foot or two on either side. That way, you can open the curtains fully, but give the illusion there is more window behind the rest of the curtains. Also try layering your drapes in different shades to give them a flowy, light look and stick to lighter colours to brighten up the room.
Some of the best ways to incorporate texture are through books, pillows, blankets, throws, rugs and plants. Additionally custom window treatments always add much needed texture to a room in either a complementary color or pattern. Like jewelry, texture is crucial, but do not get carried away. Make an impact by creating textural contrast. For instance focus on a variety of materials and textures to add interest, like a deep pile rug, painted brick and a combination of smooth metal and rustic wood. With so many fabrics and pieces to choose from, I recommend touching and feelings fabrics before finalizing a purchase. All too often clients call on our team because they tried coordinating a space on their own only to purchase and return items because they were the wrong size, not comfortable or the colors just did not flow. Impulse purchases are not always successful. Take your time.
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