Well Fall, it’s been nice knowing you, but according to weather reports we could be seeing our first flurries this week. That means it’s time to bring out all those throws you’ve been storing for the summer, and cuddle up on the couch with a good book or Netflix, your dog or cat, and a glass of wine.
Just because you are cozy doesn’t mean you have to be sloppy. You can snuggle in style! That’s right.. the cold weather offers a whole array of style options, including faux fur.
That brings us to this week’s #DecoratingSolutions Tip of the Week, from none other than one of our Menomonee Falls-based interior design gurus–Aaron Keller!
Aaron explains, “Faux fur can add a unique and elegant texture to any room. Don’t be afraid to have fun and experiment with faux fur pillows or rugs. These are examples of faux fur in homes I completed for clients. Remember as with any throw blanket it should not be folded, but rather tastefully draped on furniture.”
So go ahead.. drape that throw blanket wherever you like. Like Aaron said, have fun with it! We post a quick and easy decor tip each Monday. Check 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.