DESIGN CONCEPTS FOR INTERIOR DECORATION

PATTERNS CAN BE CREATED BY PLAYING WITH THEM.
You don't have to stick to one design in a room; two or three prints can easily be mixed. Consider the scale of the pattern: smaller, busier designs work well on smaller surfaces, such as pillows, or tertiary elements, such as rugs. It's best to utilise large, dramatic designs with lots of white space around prominent pieces.

PLANTS CAN BE USED TO ADD DECOR TO YOUR HOME.

Indoor plants provide depth and character to any house, whether you want to make a statement or simply fill a corner. Any place can benefit from a splash of colour, and an industrial setting can benefit from a breath of fresh air. Plants can be cultivated in dirt pots, cups, and wall pots, among other containers.

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Large artworks have the potential to overpower a space. Select a collection of tiny artworks that are grouped together. If little paintings appear to be too small, hang them on each side of a sofa rather than in the centre. You'll be astounded at how wonderfully this basic inside trick works.
ONLY USE MULTIPLE ELEMENTS OF THE SAME ELEMENT. Individual components are less intriguing than clusters of smaller items. Almost all interior pieces, from works of art to cushions and vases to pendant lamps, adhere to this norm. The parts don't have to match perfectly; they just have to appear the same. It would be possible to arrange clusters of different-sized earthen pots.


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