Photograph a space:
Take a photograph of a room you are decorating prior to making ant decisions as to where to place furniture . This way you will look at the space more objectively before you start planning the interior.
Wicker can help to lighten the mood and bring the outdoors in. Put it in a sunny corner or mix with upholstery.
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Beach combing can provide with wonderful, unexpected finds which can add a rustic feel to your interior. For example a rugid shell can warm up a stairway or entrance hall an introduce a relaxed, coastal theme.
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Adding your own decor to store bought lamps can really brighten the room and boast your own creative stamp
Define a space by adding an eye catching mirror to introduce drama and light
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Clustering candles can really emphasize the mood. The larger the surface, to larger the candles should be. Remember to differ the heights.
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When choosing your interior decor, pick you favourite colours rather than those that are fashionable at the time. This way, you will create a scheme that you love and enjoy living with
Embrace a small room and go for a bold bright colour to add impact.
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Plates in different texture, sizes and patterns can make a very fresh wall art arrangement. Place the most dramatic plate in the centre.
Consider adding a ‘touch of tartan’ to create a contemporary but sophisticated ‘Highland Look’ for your country home interior! Look no further than www.tangleweavedesigns.co.uk