By Mckenzie Hames. interior. Published at Friday, June 29th, 2018 - 20:49:48 PM.
To think like an interior designer. start thinking in odd numbers. There is more visual interest in three pieces on a mantel than in two pieces on that same mantel. This is called the Rule of Three.Symmetry is nice. but to make a space energized. consider sacrificing some of your symmetrical comfort and use odd numbers in your arrangements.
Cottage style interiors revel in being anything but cookie cutter. In these rooms. each design element usually has its own backstory. especially where the furniture is concerned. It's best to forgo purchasing unified sets in favor of hand-picking more eclectic pieces that catch your eye.Traditionally. cottage furniture has a vintage feel to it. too.
Placing a few sheer panels around your window frames is an easy way to achieve this aesthetic. They. too. could benefit from a healthy dose of pattern.Add plenty of accessories.Regular readers of Freshome know we're typically big fans of using restraint when it comes to accessories. but cottage style décor is an exception to the rule. These interiors are all about feeling cozy and lived-in.
you may be able to create an a la cart selection that allows you to take control over the tasks you can handle and farm out the rest.Do you have a sense of your own personal style?Of course. personal style is going to factor in to this decision. Whether you do it on your own or you hire a pro. you need to be happy with the end result. The easiest way to make sure that happens is by having a firm idea of the aesthetics that appeal to you.
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