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Good color flow is another way to bring peace to your home, especially if you have an open floor plan. Gradual and pleasing color transitions, as well as repetition of color, give a sense of order and calm the chaos.
Clutter creates stress. Using larger but fewer accessories calms down visual clutter. When there are lots of little things to look at, there is a lack of focus in the space. Don't make your decorative items fight for attention.
When choosing where to put a pair of chairs, consider the focal point of the room. In this space the beautiful mantel is what draws the eye. All of the other furniture in this room, including both pairs of chairs, is positioned in a way to accommodate and accentuate that focal point.
For furniture longevity and mobility, choosing a neutral fabric is key — that way you can add large pillows in multiple colors and patterns. It's especially fun to have a different pillow for every season.
In a room proportioned for multiple sitting areas, using a C-shape configuration for a sofa and a pair of chairs can work perfectly. Try putting the chairs at perfect right angles for a cleaner, more streamlined look; to achieve a less tailored feel, angle them.
For a subtle aesthetic that creates just the right amount of dimension, choose a contrasting piping in a slightly darker shade than the upholstery.
White is a good choice if you are a collector of objects or art. Nothing makes color and pattern pop like bright white. And it gives even kids' scribbles a gallery-style backdrop