Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:27:25 PM
An oversized chess set along with a massive letter A indicate that this is a space for fun. Nothing is so wonderful as waking up to a sunny room and crisp white sheets. By creating contrast with light flooring and dark cabinetry, this space becomes a bit mysterious and a lot mod. The artwork in this home is on display and easy to spot amid the black and white decor. Two Douglas fir flooring styles in two separate homes, each featuring hanging light fixtures and minimalist modern furnishings.
What happens when artwork takes center stage in a home? Rather than adding art as an afterthought, even a single favored piece can easily serve as a perfect anchor for the rest of the room. The following images explore a variety of ways to make home artwork serve as more than just a focal point, but as a unifying feature within an interior design. The techniques employed here are clever and diverse: some of these interior artwork ideas perfectly complement the color palette, others unify the design theme, and some enhance the character of the structure itself.
This Image 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.
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