Good home decor is not all about expensive accessories – even a beautiful motif on home furnishing can amp up the interior with a fun and joyous vibe.
One can bring out the fun side with interesting customized ideas and fill up the walls with vivid designs and colors, says Rishabh Sarpal, the concept interior designer of Rishabh Sarpal Atelier.
From floral and botanical to geometric and damasks, he suggests ways in which one can paint your home beautifully. This is a lifestyle news.
Bold black and white
High contrast: black and white, in the interior, definitely add a little drama. With its timeless look, a black and white pattern draws an emotional response. Through its use in fabrics, rugs, upholstery or solid surfaces, one can infuse a wow factor in the decor.
Repetitive patterns can give a visual boost in the decor. A combination of patterns on the walls creates a nice symphony of colours and patterns that bring some surreal effects to the living space.
Large patterns are an excellent way to decorate a spacious area, making the space look closer. However, to avoid overpowering interior, furnish the floor with loud patterns so that it won’t visually steal attention away from the main pieces. One can laminate wood flooring with irregular patterns that stand out prominently, or a smooth grey flooring to tone it down.
The most common pattern one can engrave on the walls of the home is – floral and botanical. In fact, these styles go well with all types of interior and decor pieces in the living room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen or installations on the accent wall in the entryway. Moreover, the timeless versatility of the beautifully engraved patterns can effortlessly add joy and delight to the interior of a home.
The classic pattern, polka dots, is a la mode in interior decor. Numerous variations are used in stylish and original ways to render a classy and modern look for the living space. Further, one can keep the colour palette in the room simple yet subtle to keep the surrounding overwhelming, but not overly flashy. (IANS)