By Wade Cypher. interior. Published at Friday, April 13th, 2018 - 15:57:27 PM.
but more often than not. it becomes a pain — not only to those you share the space with. but also to your wallet (and sometimes even your back).Look at your space as if you were hiring someone else to design it. Do you simply want a new color scheme. or are you looking to start over? Are major renovations of your space within your budget. or do things need to be done quickly with no monetary surprises?
Choose a shade that fits well with the color palette above — with either a matte or eggshell finish — and you should be good to go. That said. if you're not big into DIY. slip covers are also very common in cottage looks and can go a long way toward making different styles of furniture look cohesive.Use unifying patterns.
Some cottage interiors even go so far as to build their design around an entirely white look. Doing so gives the room a simple and sophisticated feel. If you decide to go that route. just be sure to play around with plenty of different shades. patterns and shapes to give the room plenty of variety.
Having an end result in mind is especially important if you're going to hire someone else to take charge of your design. He or she will base their style decisions largely on the parameters they've been given. so if you're feeling unsure. you could leave yourself open to miscommunication and hit-or-miss guesswork.
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