Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Using Accents to Infuse Your Home with Personality

Whether you have just closed on your forever home, signed a new leasing contract, or been wanting to breathe life into an existing room, you may be wondering what direction to take your decor. As you assess your space, you might find yourself craving some sort of style theme or identity that never before existed in your home. Inspiration from magazines and design books are plentiful and could open your eyes to the living area of your dreams. Below are ways to achieve translate two popular decor sensibilities into your home.

Artful Bohemian

Bohemian decor can lend an Old World warmth to any room. Handmade Pakistani rugs are accents can do double-duty as both art pieces and practical floor coverings; utilize them to introduce color and print into your space. Furniture carved from tropical hardwoods like teak, sheesham, or mango trees come with beautiful grain patterns and can lend a rustic charm to upholstered chairs or benches; look for live-edge pieces to bring an alluring, found-and-crafted quality to your home.

Rustic Farmhouse

Farmhouse decor is popular because if its inherent country comfort and simplicity, with some utilitarian notes. A white color palette pops against natural textiles like burlap and linen that can be used to accent seating areas; galvanized steel or zinc-covered tables can bring in the spirit of the outdoors to any dining nook or social area. If you are looking for a fun DIY project on a rainy day, installing a shiplap wall can lend your home a cottage-like feel.

You can easily tie together the personality of your home with some well-placed accents threaded throughout a room. When you shop intentionally for certain attributes or take on simple at-home projects, you can create a space that will transport you and your guests to another place or even another time period.

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