By Reena Fausto. interior. Published at Monday, April 16th, 2018 - 03:45:13 AM.
One of the questions we get asked all the time is whether it's worth it to hire an interior designer and — as much as we'd love to help — that's not really something we can answer for you. Hiring a designer is an incredibly personal experience. Some people wouldn't dream of starting a project without professional help and others can't justify the expense. Where you fall in that debate is ultimately up to you.
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.
Incorporating pattern is another way you can bring together the hodgepodge feeling that sometimes comes with cottage style designs. Historically. floral patterns were very popular. but to make the look more modern. consider using a chevron or geometric pattern.Cottage looks are all about embracing comfort. so you have plenty of opportunities to work pattern into the room through textiles.
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.
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