Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 23:06:14 PM. Interior. By .
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Balance in your furnishings is approached in two ways. The first is the pieces themselves. No matter what the style of the decor, you want a balance among the pieces to keep if from feeling too heavy or crowded. This living room is a good example because the sofa has a very hefty feel because the thick frame sits directly on the ground. The occasional tables on both sides are leggy, which balances out the heavier sofa. The style of the table lamp and the multi-light floor lamp also contribute a lighter feeling. The second way to consider balance in a space concerns the placement of furnishings and accessories as well as the size of the room. Big, heavy furnishings will never feel right in a small space and vice versa. How your furniture feels in the space in relation to the doorways, windows and any other architectural elements that are present is also key, and this comes down to placement. To remedy this, it usually takes just a little re arrangement.
Bold and sunny, yellow is a joyful color that is not all that common in home decor until now. Perhaps more associated with an old fashioned farmhouse kitchen, the sunny hue is making its way into all rooms of the house in small does, of course. With fashion, not everyone looks good in yellow, but that is definitely not the case in home decor. A pop of yellow as an accent color is unexpected and cheery, and farm more current that the usual red or orange.
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