5 tips for accessorizing your interior
While the actual designing of the furniture and cladding makes up the bulk of the interior design, it is the addition of accents and accessorizing which makes the interior holistic and wholesome. It consists of small decoration pieces, selection of trinkets and baubles, along with artwork and proper placement. You have to know how to set the accessories in a particular setting to make the most of your ambiance and design. Today, we will be discussing 5 tips to help you get a better handle of accessorizing.
The most important aspect of any holistic interior is a nice, complementary centerpiece. When the entire interior is set up according to the desired and approved layout, you have to make sure to select the perfect accessory to be the centerpiece. In the image below, you can see how the decoration piece is set just so under the main lighting attraction, making it the absolute attraction of this part of the interior.
- Mantle décor
If you ever design a fireplace mantle in your home, know that there are several ways to implement the actual décor. Most people use rather Christmas-y trinkets – such as wreaths and mistletoe – even after the holiday season. But a good mantle design needs to embrace the spirit of your interior concept. The mantle design below is accessorized by baubles that actually conceptualize the overall theme of the interior and complement it as a whole.
- Side tables
While most living rooms have side tables as furniture accompaniment to the sofa or couch, most of the time they are left bare. To make the most of your interior design, it is advisable to set them up with suitable accessories that go with the theme of your design. For example, in the interior below, the side table is set with a heavy candelabra, which may be juxtaposed to the simple overall design, but is suitable enough to be complementary.
While green interiors may be trending a lot across the globe, accessorizing with actual potted plants is an age old, timeless tradition. Knowing where to put your greens within the context of an interior is a must. In the interior below, the planters are actually sidelined to highlight the accents of the theme, which make them all the more attractive.
These may be a predetermined factoid of an interior design, so having small complementary trinkets within the niche design is an absolute must. If you see the interior below, each niche is lit up with LED strip lights that highlight the bright baubles with contrasting accents, which make up the overall design of this part much more unique, suitable and holistic.