Ideal Trends For the Fall and Winter
An emerging aspect of the choices people make these days while doing home makeovers is the social trends, particularly on social media. It is possible to have a look at your favorite celebrity’s bedroom or living room when they update their Twitter and Instagram or even Facebook photo portfolio. Not to mention that there are apps that can help you in making some of the decisions as well. So what does this mean? Well, it means that you can replicate a home decor style from a celebrity who has probably hired a pro and leading interior designer and paid for it with hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars.
Interior Design Styles For The Cold Seasons
So how do you decide which trend to go with? A myriad of factors is involved ranging from the size of the space you need to work on, or just picking a trend that will be easier to shift from. Some trends are not easy to move on from because of the investment incurred and at times these are recommended to individuals who can simply just sell the house with this interior design style or decor along with the house as a furnished space. By this, we are referring to using rare pieces of art and sculptures worth a lot of money. If you want to emulate such styles particularly for the fall/winter but on a budget that doesn’t involve Picasso paintings and gold sculptures, then some accessories include:
- Retro Graphics
Glitter means shiny and you can achieve this modestly without commissioning a well-polished bronze sculpture that requires your attention every other week. This means a metallic finish or marble surfaces. If its accessories, then a vase with bright colors plus glass coffee tables that might be slightly ornated with reflector glass to some degree. The point is to have bright or glass surfaces that are reflective so that even modest lighting in the room exudes a beyond average glow.
A million-dollar painting can transform even a meek yet dusty space into a sensational attraction because it increases the worth. Take for instance art galleries that are set up in make-shift warehouses that tend to attract even the wealthiest of clients. Sometimes all it takes is simplicity. Therefore, if you have taste in fine art, then graphics on linen, geometric shapes on towels, and simple pictorial prints dotting the walls will grab everyone’s attention and they might not even notice any flaws around.