Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:37:59 PM
As a primarily transitional room, the commonplace hallway can often suffer from decorating neglect when in fact its the perfect place to stamp your style and create a welcoming space for guests. The floor is a good place to start. Carpet and tiles are an obvious choice due to high traffic, but as its the first place visitors will see, take the opportunity to be a little more inventive. Layered rugs will elongate the length of the hall and draw the eye through to the end. You could also add a border to a patterened tiled floor to give it another dimension, or paint the skirting boards in a bright colour to frame the space.
A great way to keep your look fresh is to use one nuetral color for your room and change out the pillows and artwork to creat a new look. Here, the grey sofa is paired with a colorblock coffee table whose colors are picked up in the pillows, chair, and collage of art on the wall. The red in this art seems to be spilling off of the canvas, creating a dramatic look leaned against this dark taupe wall.
This Image Color matching often proves to be the most straightforward way to incorporate artwork into the home. This space benefits from neutral basics, with the colorful accents easy to change out in case the artwork changes. Here a mixed-media canvas plays into the structural interior features, like the transition between darker and lighter wood between the living room and kitchen. Gray highlights draw attention to the textured wall and deconstructed forms contrast against the straight lines of the furniture.
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