Home Interior / July 1, 2018 / Laurette Gautier
Use furnishings to highlight the focal point. Bear in mind that accessories are meant to bring attention to your room’s focal point and to create balance. As such, the furnishings should be minimal to prevent overcrowding and to prevent the accessories from drowning out the focal point. Do make sure that the furnishings blend with the room’s color scheme and the focal point’s theme and motif.
Analyze your inspiration piece and develop a theme name for it. For instance, a needlepoint pillow with a botanical design on a black background may inspire a title like "formal botanical garden." Be descriptive with your theme name and all sorts of supporting ideas will come to mind. Botanical prints, striped walls, greens and floral colors, formal fabrics and furniture, dark woods and black accents all fit this particular theme.
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