Whether you're decorating your first home or your fifth, great design is in the details. We've put together a list of the best ideas for your home.
Need Texture In A Room? Add Faux Fur
Faux fur has quickly become a luxurious way of adding a bit of depth and variety to a space. If you look at a space and everything is neat, tidy and clean, you want something that's sumptuous and cozy. It'll really elevate the space.
Buy Two Great Pieces A Year
If you're not in a position to renovate a room all at once, try aiming to buy two quality pieces you love every year. Good things hold their value, and in ten years you will have a beautiful collection of twenty things.
Scale To Your Sofa
It's so simple, you'll kick yourself for not thinking of this rule: A large room should have large furniture, medium rooms should have medium-sized furniture and small rooms (you guessed it) should have more petite furniture. Scale the rest of the furniture to your sofa.
Practice Before You Paint
When initially loading your roller with paint, make sure the roller nap is fully and equally saturated. Before you begin painting, test the roller on an extra piece of board to ensure it applies smoothly and evenly.
Go Dark In Dim Places
Paint a room that doesn't get a lot of natural light a saturated colour. Adding some pigment makes the space feel intentionally moody and romantic.
Centre Your Furniture On A Rug
If you're setting furniture - like a dining table - in the middle of the room, your rug should be big enough so that all the furniture, including chairs, fits comfortably on top.
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