By . Interior. Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 23:02:46 PM.
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.
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.
Not typically included in a palette of neutral colors, new shades of blue are making their way into the more versatile set of colors used in todays home decor trends. By using darker hues in the same family along with a complementary accent color, blue can be used in a wide variety of combinations. If most of your furnishings fall into the typical beige palette, using blue is the new, more understated way to make a statement.
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.
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