By . interior. Published at Sunday, January 21st, 2018 - 21:17:41 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.
If you have a bold headboard in your bedroom. complement it with softer nightstands. Put a vintage clock in a room with a modern sofa.As you looked at your inspiration rooms. how many of them were filled with one type of furniture? That style may be great for sales ads. but not for a stimulating space created by an interior designer. Be brave and fight the compulsion to be matchy-matchy. Complements are so much more flattering!Accessorize.
Cottage design is all about creating light. bright and airy spaces. When designing these rooms. this should be your primary consideration. starting with the color palette. Since many cottage interiors have an eclectic edge to them. color often ends up being a strong. unifying factor.As always. start with a neutral base. In this case. clean whites are the gold standard.
Don't be afraid to look at some outside-of-the-box sources to find the best buys. Keep an eye out at local antique stores. thrift shops. yard sales and flea markets. You never know what treasures you'll stumble upon (provided they're in sturdy. functional condition. of course!).Once you bring your finds home. all you need is a few coats of paint to tie them together.
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