home decor. Saturday , December 24th , 2016 - 22:36:02 PM
A mix of vintage and modern, retro and contemporary, rustic and Asian dcor - in essence, a fusion of two or more design styles is what defines eclecticism. So, if you want to find a place for that chest of drawers that your grandma gave you as part of the family heritage amid your modern home, with the eclectic dcor style, you can safely fit it in. Do remember that this style does not allow you to create mere confusion. It allows you to create harmonized confusion so that everything blends in and stands out together. It is also a budget-friendly decorating style, particularly for small apartments such as a studio apartment. Still not sure about it? Let's take a look at some images so that you can understand this decorating style better.
Another way to play with light is to play with the actual light in the room, although this technique alters the feel of the room (and possibly its utility) more than you might want it to. For instance, a home office is usually bright, so make it dim instead―eliminate any room light (ceiling fixtures, etc.) and use small, strategically-placed reading lamps instead. Or go the other way in the living room―instead of a dim room for watching TV, make it bright by uncovering windows, and installing multiple light sources. The great thing about playing with light in this way is that it's easily reversible if you change your mind.
The next thing to do is decide whether you just want to rearrange the room or completely give it a face lift. In that case, you will have to finalize on a budget. Try and plan your shopping in such a way that you can avail discounts and concessions. Simple buys like rugs, lamps, curtains, and bedspreads can help you give a fresh look for your room. Do not forget to mix it all up. Before you buy rugs, keep your pet in mind, as you may want to camouflage its fur.
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