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Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
upholstered pieces, avoid fabrics that are all the same texture. If you prefer a unified look, match the fabric colors but choose different weaves or fibers. You can also introduce contrasting texture with pillows, throws or carpets — even layering one carpet on another.
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
those pieces are, make sure they are in plain sight. But don’t go overboard, you don’t want to break the “excess clutter” rule!
Lauren Liess Interiors
cartoony for pieces that will stay in the room for some time, like lamps, curtains and rugs. And consider versatility. I have been seeing more and more daybeds in kids' rooms lately, and I love it. You can put one in an infant's room and use it to rest on during nighttime feedings, then transition it to a toddler
bold piece of art looks fantastic against a neutral wall and furniture. A series of prints can make an impact too, whether they're framed identically or have an eclectic mix of frames.
Christian Gladu Design
unexpected piece in the kitchen, like this long antique bench, instantly makes the room feel more approachable and can show another side of your personality.
Tim Cuppett Architects
The dark pieces do not have to match; they should complement each other.
Michelle's Master Bedroom.
yellow pieces make the room.