By Shonda Deleon. interior. Published at Friday, September 21st, 2018 - 02:07:39 AM.
Edit: You know that old adage “Put on your jewelry and take one piece off”? You can apply the same principle to your design. Look around the room to seek out any elements that don't fit in with the rest.Think About Added Value: If you can't decide whether or not a piece fits in with the rest. think in terms of added value. Does the piece add anything in particular to the space? If yes. keep it.
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.
We tend to react more positively to rooms that feature plenty of negative space because they're easier for our brains to categorize. Since the openness of the space allows it's function to become perfectly clear. we're able to start appreciating design choices much sooner.Use becomes clear without clutter.They're easier to use
Let us show you why. If you're a regular reader of Freshome. you've heard about the virtues of negative space. This seemingly-small move can make a huge difference in your interiors.Keep reading to learn more about why this feature is absolutely crucial. as well as practical tips on how to pull it off in your own home. With just a few small tweaks. you can use this maneuver to open up your designs.