Interior / June 13, 2018 / Richard Odilon.
In-window shades provide an excellent way to keep the vintage trim visible. Unlike hanging drapes, in-window shades add a slightly modern touch to your home thus making it even more attractive. The best thing about this is that you do not need the 'Midas touch' to make it happen.
In the past, it was common to see huge and lavish paintings or floral wallpaper all over the walls in the house but these days, people are more interested in using accent pieces and other decors. If you browse through some images of modern homes online, you’ll see that these homes are never overly decorated. The fewer decors there are, the better.
If we would speak about music we would describe rhytmas the beat of pulse of the music. In interior design, rhythm is all about visual pattern repetition. Rhythm is defined as continuity, recurrence or organized movement. To achieve these themes in a design, you need to think about repetition, progression, transition and contrast. Using these mechanisms will impart a sense of movement to your space, leading the eye from one design element to another.
Interior design’s biggest enemy is boredom. A well-designed room always has, depending on the size of it, one or more focal points. A focal point must be dominant to draw attention and interesting enough to encourage the viewer to look further. A focal point thus must have a lasting impression but must also be an integral part of the decoration linked through scale, style, color or theme. A fireplace or a flat tv is the first example that most people think of when we talk about a room focal point.
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