Home Decor. Tuesday , October 29th , 2019 - 07:13:02 AM
If you’re comfortable with black as a colour then painting an entire feature wall in black won’t be too much of stretch. Whether this is in your lounge, bedroom or bathroom, consider the overall natural lighting of the room. Black looks best in rooms with ample light to prevent the room from feeling too dark. Black also works well on interior doors to contrast white walls. Incorporate subtle hints of black alongside earthy colours to add a sense of drama and elegance. Think pendant lighting, dinner table seating, plates & cutlery or a vase.
Move over framed prints and gallery walls, wall hangings are on trend for 2019. Textural wall hangings hark back to the 1970s but rather than strictly bohemian, you’ll want to bring yours into the 21st century with geometric colour blocks. If you’re not keen on textile tapestries then perhaps a geometric statement rug? Using rugs as wall art is a very popular trend at the moment, and set to continue into next year.
Plants are on trend for 2019, not only for the instant boost of glamour they add to a room, but for cleaning the air, we breathe. Even if you have a small space, a plant or two can instantly add sophistication and ambience. You can’t go wrong with introducing any kind of textured or patterned leaf plants in wooden or terracotta pots. If you don’t have green thumbs, then artificial plants are the next best thing. Use fabrics, wallpapers and colours that are nature-inspired.
Any content, trademark/s, or other material that might be found on this site that is not this site property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Marcelrich claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.