One of my favorite ways to make a room interesting is through texture. My rule: choose one aspect of the design and make it textural. Sometimes that means corduroy pillows or woven-web seating materials. Maybe one day we’ll be able to go over those kinds of ideas in another post; but, today I’m focusing on providing visual texture to the materials used in your structural elements . I tend to believe there’s no such thing as too much visual texture—the above is a perfect example; from the metal facing on the kitchen island, to the brick and tile across the back wall and the wooden slats in the loft space, this place shows just how much texture a room can contain.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
If, like me, you’ve ever wondered how to make the leap from what you’ve got now to what will help you create your own personal statement with decor, this is for you. Here are a few of my thoughts on where to focus your energy and budget when working to get from where you are now to where you want to go.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
Above photo via HOBRONTO CONTRIVANCE.