By Jolanda Lytch. interior. Published at Friday, January 12th, 2018 - 18:54:44 PM.
If an all-white look isn't quite your style. primary color palettes are also popular with cottage styles. However. they're often in softer shades. Consider using colors like raspberry. robin's egg blue or cornflower yellow to add some visual interest to your neutral foundation.Choose eclectic furniture.
As you bring the space together. focus on using a variety of throw rugs. seat cushions. blankets and pillows to make it feel as warm and inviting as possible.One thing we don't talk about quite as often is window treatments. With cottage interiors. you want the room to feel as though a refreshing breeze could come through the window at any moment.
Does your career call for you to host business dinners in your home? Ponder your dining area and its formality.Think about the comfort level of your space. whether it'a a home office. living room or bedroom. Being thoughtful about your requirements and how your design can best satisfy those needs will pay off as you proceed.Remember that design is 90 percent inspiration.
Interior designers know how to select pieces that fit the scale of the room — and when it is acceptable to work outside of the scale. Ultimately. there is no right or wrong; if you like the way a piece feels in your space. then it is the right scale for you.Keep the Rule of Three in mind.Design rules seem to be made to be broken. but this classic is certainly worth mentioning.
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