When striving to create a statement in the home, most people will immediately opt to incorporate healthy doses of colour and patterns. However, textures also have the power to fashion a big impact in a small space.
Layers of textures work to add a dimensional feel to the room. They harbour the ability to create focal points, and are often more interesting than colours and patterns as they not only appeal to the visual senses, but the tactile as well. Furthermore, textures are a particularly convenient way of generating a modern style as they are often temporary fixtures for the room as opposed to the paint on the walls or the patterns of the carpet. Hence, you can continuously update your room’s look according to the seasons without spending a small fortune!
It sounds simple enough, but the reality is that like many elements of interior design, there is a certain skill in crafting the right effect. When textures are applied incorrectly, it can make a space look cluttered and dilute that impact you are after. We have prepared several elements to consider when looking to blend textures in your room so you can achieve the most optimal effect for your sacred space:
Remember that opposites attract
Combine textures in a concentrated area
Blend similar textures of the same colour palette
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