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When it comes to choosing a design aesthetic. I have an eclectic taste in design however, I do enjoy a lot of contemporary modern interior design pieces to mix in. Eclectic design is a mix of multiple styles in a cohesive way and I find that it is one of the more creative design aesthetics to tackle.
I like to play with textures and sparkle to help make the space evoke a feeling.
1. BEGIN WITH A SPECIFIC PLAN FOR A COLOR SCHEME
The very first step is to create a color palette. You can define this in a design board layout, in a rendering, or even in a painting or mixed media collage to define the overall feel for a space. I recommend sticking to a 4 color max color palette. From room to room, the design can evolve in other ways. In each room, you can create a sense of harmony.
2. LET THE GOLD HANG OUT
Metallic finishes already add plenty of sparkles, but the sheen will make a bigger impact in a variety of colors.
3. PUT INVESTMENT PIECES FRONT AND CENTER
If you truly love something, you’ll want to put it on display. I am in love with the Marble tulip coffee table. That would definitely be my front and centerpiece to display.
I am also a fan of the Egg Chair design and how well is flows with other design aesthetics.
4. FAKE HEIGHT WITH LOW FURNITURE
Create strong verticals and avoid the horizontal. Use low furniture so the room seems taller. Check out the Ibiza chair like the one pictured below.
5. WARM UP A ROOM & MAKE IT APPEAR LARGER WITH A MIRROR
Mirrored panels can be quite elegant and are an important element to give your room a spacious look.
6. DON’T CUT YOUR BUDGET ON THE SOFA
Put some money into a comfortable, well-made sofa that you’ll have forever. I am a fan of the Chesterfield sofa design. I love tufted furniture and the contrast between the tufts and the leather on this sofa create a beautiful texture!
7. PILE ON THE PILLOWS FOR EXTRA LUXE
one pair of pillows looks skimpy. Use two pairs, in contrasting patterns, colors, and textures. Take a chance on small pillows, they look like something that came with the furniture.
8. GO DEEP WITH LAYER IN SMALL SPACES
Small living spaces don’t have to feel cramped. When decorating your small space into a modern interior design masterpiece, you must be smart with your layout. Use space wisely and take advantage of your vertical storage options.
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