By Elvera Dobbs. interior. Published at Sunday, September 23rd, 2018 - 20:28:32 PM.
If not. leave it out.Are you ready to add negative space? Negative space is an often overlooked component of many professional-looking designs. We're here to make a case for why it should be considered a must-have. Use the post above as a reference point and. if we've convinced you to join #TeamNegativeSpace. use the tips above to add this feature to the rooms of your home.
In this case. however. we'd advise resisting the urge to lean too heavily on a theme. Rather than building the whole room around your passion. simply incorporate these items into the design. That said. whatever your hobby-centric items may be. give them positions of importance. maybe even make one your focal point.Whenever possible. play around with bold colors and patterns.Play with pattern
According to PinterestPinterest put out their top 100 list of pins list and it looks like decorating with sage green is a favorite among pinners. Sage green is neutral. calming and can flow nicely with nearly any design style including the most popular at the moment: Farmhouse and Mid Century Modern. Sage varies in lightness and saturation.
But don't forget to add accent lighting that lights up the shelves or washes the bookcase wall with illumination. If installing recessed lights isn't possible. consider using battery-operated LED lights and light strips.Seating: A comfortable reading chair and footstool. a bench or a built-in reading nook are all great home library ideas.