Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:36:46 PM
As a primarily transitional room, the commonplace hallway can often suffer from decorating neglect when in fact its the perfect place to stamp your style and create a welcoming space for guests. The floor is a good place to start. Carpet and tiles are an obvious choice due to high traffic, but as its the first place visitors will see, take the opportunity to be a little more inventive. Layered rugs will elongate the length of the hall and draw the eye through to the end. You could also add a border to a patterened tiled floor to give it another dimension, or paint the skirting boards in a bright colour to frame the space.
We love the hit of vibrancy created by the matching indigo art and scatter cushions in this example, the pop is very unexpected in a stark white room. A green accent piece breathes fresh life into a predominantly brown room, borrowing its beauty from natures own color scheme. Similarly, cohabits well with brown, evoking an autumnal atmosphere. Pink artwork will have a warming effect on your home décor, and is perfect for softening the cold hard lines of ultra contemporary pieces.
This Image Keep a look-out for a second-hand, mid-century-style desk for your home office to give it a retro look. Team with other mid-century finds, such as this Ercol chair and retro lamp. And Use the space above your desk to create a big moodboard and attach your favourite postcards, fabric or wallpaper swatches and other bits and bobs to give you inspiration as you work. Stick cork tiles to the wall and paint in a colour to match your scheme so you can easily pin up your favourite things.
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