By . Home Decor. Published at Sunday, April 08th, 2018 - 04:02:27 AM.
Do you like a wide variety of styles in your home? Maybe you can't decide whether your favorite decor is farmhouse rustic or mid-century modern. Or you can't stand things that are too "matchy-matchy." Do you like to think outside of the box when it comes to home decor--maybe even think up new uses for traditional items? Perhaps you enjoy incorporating knick-knacks from your travels into your home to remind you of your favorite getaways.
In a formal style interior, a central focal point draws the eye. It might be a beautiful picture window looking out to a perfectly manicured lawn. The focal point might be a fireplace in the center of the longest wall. Or the focal point might be an exquisite piece of furniture.
In interior design, mixing patterns is one of the more advanced things that you can learn to do. Doing it well can be the difference between designing the room of your dreams and going back to the drawing board. The first thing you'll need to know is this: Patterns don't have to match. I repeat, patterns do not have to match. Like with many elements of decorating they simply have to coordinate with and complement each other, and there are any number of ways for that to happen.
Think of a black room as you would a little black dress. It's a great foundation but you need accessories to give it life. Plan your room as you would an outfit.
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