As you get set to redecorate your living room or bedroom, you are likely focused on the sofa, the bed, and other large statement items. We’re here to remind you–all pieces work together to create balance in a room!!
This week’s Decorating Solutions Tip of the Week comes from one of our newer designers. Samantha Price works out of our Oak Creek store. She says it’s important to select the right furniture to fit your space.
She goes on to explain, “Our clients sometimes do not realize that furniture also carries a visual weight that needs to be balanced. Even when the pieces selected fit to scale in a room–if everything picked is visually heavy, it can still result in an over-crowded, cluttered, and uninviting room. On the other hand though, if everything is of lighter weight, it can lack definition, contrast, and interest and will feel as though everything is just floating about the room. Balance is KEY and an important aspect to work through in a design.”
Tune in next week for another #DSTipOfTheWeek!
Home design is not only a visual experience. It’s also very experiential, and hands-on. Creating designs with texture is a way to truly bring out the FEEL of a room!
This week’s #DSTipOfTheWeek comes from designer Rhonda Vivoda, who is based in our Corporate store in Waukesha. Rhonda likes to bring her designs to life with rich textures.
Here are her Top Three Ways to add Texture to a design project
*Use an area rug over carpeting. It anchors the room, along with adding color and texture.
*Throw Pillows. These are an inexpensive way to change the look and feel of a room. They add pops of color and different textures.
*Gorgeous Greenery. Real or artificial always adds softness to a room and can add a different texture.
Our Decorating Solutions designers are burning the midnight oil coming up with many more quick and easy design tips for you. Check in next Monday for another #DSTipOfTheWeek.
As we can tell from the arctic temperatures, Winter is still going strong here in the Midwest. Cozy comfort is the style many of us are seeking.
A soft carpet beneath your feet is comforting this time of year, but are you sick of the same old boring carpet? You don’t have the time or money to do a reinstallation? There is a way to make a subtle change without undergoing a complete redesign. It’s time for another Steinhafels #DecoratingSolutions Tip of the Week to give you a burst of motivation!
This week’s comes from Interior Decorator Rhonda Vivoda of our Waukesha Corporate store. Rhonda explains, “It’s okay to use an area rug over carpeting. It anchors the room together, while adding color and texture.”
That’s right. It may seem like a decorating taboo, but it’s OK to put an area rug over carpeting. This is especially true in apartments, where tenants are often stuck with a drab wall to wall carpet. Get a snazzy area rug to add some personality! It can be a textured, patterned, or simple flat woven rug–whatever works best for you space.
We post a different quick and easy decor tip every Monday. Check in next week for another #DSTipOfTheWeek.