Importance of Matching Patterns and Designs in Home Decor
Everything need not to match! Rooms can benefit from the extra texture, pattern and color from other like items. When additional patterns and colors are carried in, a room’s gains extra depth and dimension. Try to avoid two couches with the same colors and patterns, instead have two matches up the unique patterns like one with a pattern and one that is just solid. If you do opt for solid colored couches, such as white, add some throw pillows, blankets and rugs to create a luxurious appeal. One pattern may not be your taste, but if it goes perfectly together then different colors and textures helps to pull a space together.
We all want to save a dime and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with looking for discount, shopping for sales and looking for bargains. Shopping from high end stores and decorating our homes is an expensive adventure. But you never want to skip corners and hold back on quality. So, don’t buy the cheaper couch simply because it is cheaper but don’t find any style or your personality touch in it. The money you save now won’t make any difference in your place when you have to replace the couch with in 1 year or so. Just because of that the material has not held up or the frame is weakening and about to give or it wasn’t able add any accent and appeal in interior. Always buy the best quality that you can afford even you opt sales or discounts and if it means saving up for it do. The quality will be worth the wait a while.
Contrast, which is what’s achieved by mixing and matching of different patterns and colors for providing a visual appeal. We tend to settle towards spaces that give our eyes multiple elements to examine within a unified whole, so keep this goal in mind when shopping for the items that will ultimately fill your interiors.
That’s a common thinking, when it comes to contrast, there is such a thing as too much. After a certain point, too many points of visual interest become overwhelming and our eyes need somewhere to rest and reset them. Spaces that are well designed strike a balance between these two extremes to create a pleasant look.