Adding Accents to Your Home Decorations without Overdoing it
Your Denver CO home is the place to express yourself and your design aesthetic. That said, you want your home to reflect your own personal taste and style. The items you use to decorate your Denver CO home give it a feeling of personality, however, decorating with your favorite items can quickly turn into a cluttered mess. Without proper planning and vision, your décor can end up looking scattered, unkempt and disorganized.
To learn more about decorating your Denver CO home with accents, without over doing it, check out these simple tips.
Using Framed Prints or Posters
When considering artwork in a space, use prints that complement the color scheme of the room. If you have a fairly neutral palette, you can go bold, bringing more color into the room. Already have bold furnishings or bold colors? Lighten up your walls to create the feeling of more space. You can do this using more neutral tones or black and white prints. Rare Finds has a number of different accent prints and posters to decorate your space. Many of them are one of a kind. Check out some of our wall art accessories here.
Decorating with Knick-Knacks
The best advice we have here is, less is more. Better yet, stick with using smaller items that reflect the overall look and feel of the room. For example, if you have a rustic hallway table, pair it with a small stack of vintage books, a similar table lamp, and maybe some candle holders or a decorative statue. It doesn’t take much to liven up a space, but overdoing it on the small accessories will give you a feeling of cluttered and crowded very quickly. If you have been to our warehouse, you know we have many items that will reflect your style and taste if you need to liven it up or redecorate. Check some of our items out here: https://rare-finds.com/product-category/accessories/
Mixing Patterns and Solids
Accents in a room have a big impact. When you are thinking about the overall feel you want to create, it’s good to have items that stand out and create balance, rather than chaos. Using small items that are the same color or shades of the same color, can help tie the room together visually.