By . Home Decor. Published at Monday, April 16th, 2018 - 06:10:02 AM.
Trust yourself and your own sense of style. After all, it's your house so it has to look good to you. Remember also that patterns don't have to be full of wild colors. Patterns made up of neutral colors and shades are great for adding interest to dull spaces.
But painting the walls a solid color isn't the only answer. Imagine what a difference it would make if the ceiling in your living room was suddenly painted in a funky pattern, or all of the trim was painted a color other than white. Imagine a half-painted wall, or a feature wall. No matter what you decide, paint equals an instant transformation.
Rooms decorated in a casual style have light fixtures made of wrought iron, tin, pewter, or wood. Simple chandeliers look old in wrought iron or antiqued metals. Or electrify a hanging pan rack or hang a rack of antlers. Add small fabric-covered lampshades on the small candle lights. Or select a chandelier that burns real candles for a really warm, homey feeling.
Many pieces of upholstered furniture are covered in neutral colors, such as tan, gray, beige, or off-white. But other colors are used, too. Soft pastels give a peaceful feeling. Or try darker tones such as navy, rust, olive or forest green, wine, and cranberry for punch.
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