For this week’s Decorating Solutions #TipOfTheWeek, we ask you to embrace infinity… and think outside the box!
This week’s tip comes from Amber Ferry, one of the new designers at our Oak Creek store. Her personal design style has a sophisticated vibe–an eclectic mix of styles that seamlessly blend bold, timeless colors and geometric forms. So it makes sense that her first tip is about Circles!
Amber explains, “Circles represent infinity, completeness, and movement. The circle brings the idea of no boundaries into a visual reality, and makes a room feel larger. Circles also represent unity and harmony. By adding a few round elements into a room with sharp edges and straight lines, you can soften and relax the room.”
Amber has some simple ways to incorporate circles into interior design–items you can find at your local Steinhafels!
– Mirrors and artwork with round frames
– Circle accessories that mimic each other’s shape
– Round tables
– Round ottomans
– Round rugs
– Round pillows
We post a quick and easy decor tip each Monday. Check in next week for another #DSTipOfTheWeek.
Do you love your room’s decor, but feel the lighting doesn’t quite ‘work’? A fix may be easier than you think. As the character Brick Tamland exclaimed in the movie Anchorman, “I love lamp. I love lamp.”
Wise words indeed.
Brian Mueller is an interior designer based in our Vernon Hills store. He has this week’s Decorating Solutions Tip of the Week!
Brian explains, “No room is complete without good lighting. No matter how many ceiling lights you have in a room, you always need lamps to soften the mood. Feel free to mix and match different table and floor lamps so they are not all ‘matchy matchy’, and to add character to a room. It’s also another way to bring different finishes and textures into a room. Steinhafels has so many different types of lighting to offer! Also, swap out that ceiling fan in any room for a chandelier to instantly add character to a room. You can even add a crystal chandelier to a room without making it formal, and without defining a particular design style.”
Check out some stylish and simple examples below.
Our designers are hard at work on many more quick and easy design tips for you. Check in next Monday for another #DSTipOfTheWeek!