Are you looking to make some major updates on your home? Do you want a neutral color pallet with pops of color, but don’t know where to start?
This week’s Decorating Solution’s Tip Of The Week is a little different than most. Instead of just one simple tip, our designer is sharing some of her step by step, insider knowledge from a recent project!
Ida Grossman is an interior decorator at our Greenfield store. For this project she was tasked with helping a couple revamp a childhood farmhouse. Ida says she wanted to create beauty & function by applying these basic elements of design:
Contrast—Adds interest to any room design. In this room, a sharp contrast is seen between the dark brown of the sectional fabric & the wood finish on the tables and the ivory found in the carpet, tufted ottomans, and fur accent pillows.
Proportion—A room that is out of proportion feels wrong to the human eye. The large elements in this room are proportioned correctly, making it feel right.
Color— Repetition in a room creates movement as the eye follows the path of the repetition through the space. Notice how turquoise, the pop color in this pallet, is positioned throughout the room.
Balance—Achieving balance in a room is key. In this design balance is achieved through the varied use of colors and textures.
Even if these concepts don’t directly apply to your project, hopefully this post gives you some insight into what will work best for you. If you need any help, feel free to call your local Steinhafels or stop in–one of our designers would love to help you out!
You can read more about Ida’s project in this recent Onmilwaukee.com ARTICLE.
Take some of the guesswork out of interior design! We post a quick and easy decor tip every Monday. Check in next week for another #DSTipOfTheWeek.