By . Interior. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 00:37:27 AM.
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.
Mention color in the kitchen and many people immediately think of the old avocado and gold appliances of the seventies. Kitchens have been stark white for far too long and now designers are incorporating bold colors not only on backsplashes and cupboards, but also on appliances if that is something you would go for. Play up the color with another bold accent color, like red, or keep in calm with black and white.
This sumptuous fabric has been trending for a couple of years now and shows no signs of fading from the spotlight. Its sophisticated sheen and cozy, textural feel have a wide appeal. The fact that it works so well in bold jewel colors and brings extra dimension to neutrals makes it more versatile than you might think. This home decor trend is also moving out of the boudoir and into the family room, being used for cushions, poufs, and upholstery of all kinds.
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.
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